Reverie -Celebration of Imagination, Creativity and Learning. An inter school competition promoting interdisciplinary learning!
The students of DPS 84,Gurugram celebrated Grandparents Day with an abundance of respect and admiration.
The grandparents enthusiastically participated in all the activities which brought out the child in them, through their active participation. The children were very excited to see their grandparents participate in the games and cheered them wholeheartedly.
The Student Council of 2019-20
“If your action inspire others to dream more,learn more,do more and more, you are a LEADER.”
“A book is a dream you hold in your hand”
― Neil Gaiman
At DPS Sector – 84, we aim to build voracious readers who are armed with innovative and creative ideas to bring about a change in the world. ‘The Book Week’ is our initiative to inculcate reading habit in students and make them aware of the wonderful and knowledgeable world of books.
Keeping the tradition, Book Week for the session 2019-20, was organized for them on 16thJuly and 17thJuly’19. Drop Everything and Read highlighted the importance of reading in the school community. ‘Readathon’, a friendly competition to challenge the students to read more books and build up reading stamina, was another exciting programme organised during Book week.Teachers of all classes enlightened the students with exceptional vocabulary words on books. The two days were full of fun and learning, which culminated with Inter house Competitions and declaration of their results.
The second Proficiency Award and Scholar Badge Ceremony for the academic session 2018- 19 was held at DPS Sector 84 across three days, 15th to 17th May 2019. A moment like this, when one is recognized for the hard work they have put through the year, just makes the children strive for more. It was indeed a day of proud children and prouder parents. The awards were for various categories- All Rounder, Out Standing Performance, Proficiency in different subjects indicating an A1 level, Scholar Badge indicating 80% and above in overall aggregate, appreciating Full Attendance and last but not the least- The Rising Star to encourage the ones who had made a tremendous improvement in their grades through the year. This day was not just to recognize the ones who have done well, but also to motivate others to be on this platform in the current academic year. Kudos to all the award holders!
A mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take.
The students of Grades VI A and B conducted a special assembly on the occasion of Mothers Day. After sharing the thought of the day and the important news headlines, two beautiful poems were recited to praise the endless work that mothers do. To drive home the point that we can’t do without mothers, the children put up a short thought provoking skit where one got to realize how mothers are the back bone of the homes. To further appreciate them, the students sang a beautiful song on mothers. And it was not just the children who got a message on the importance of mothers; the school coordinator and headmistress addressed the teachers and advised them to spend time with their mothers and to respect the fact that they are now old. The assembly indeed got everyone thinking on what would the world be like if there were no mothers.
God could not be everywhere, that’s why he created mothers!