Adventure trip to Lohagarh Farms

Adventure trip to Lohagarh Farms

“What is life but a grand adventure.”

Going on a school trip means more than simply leaving the school premises, it means spending time with each other and bonding in a new environment. While the purpose is essentially to edify, such trips serve a dual purpose of nurturing young minds and strengthening friendships.

Keeping this basic ethos in mind, an enthralling adventurous trip was organized on Wednesday, March 14 2018, for our students of Grades I to VII, to experience the simplicity of life at Lohagarh Farms, Gurugram, It was a day full of fun activities wherein our children had no targets and competitions in mind.  Students were delighted to explore the old rustic life and acquired more information on them. Some of the key attractions for the kids were Pottery, Camel Ride, Bullock Ride, Tractor Ride, Team-Building Activities, Archery, shooting, Tug of War, Mehndi, Mud-Bath and much more. All activities were carried under expert supervision by trained instructors using safety harness. For the younger ones, it was a wonderful way to end the session and for the older children, it was a good stress reliever after the term exams.

The trip was a memorable one, which encouraged the students to keep alive the memories of our old legacy.

Assembly

Assembly

Welcome Assembly

A special assembly was conducted by the teachers to warmly welcome the new students and to share a wide variety of ways of building a bond with them. Students were apprised of the right conduct to be followed in school, some value based talks on caring, trustworthiness, fairness, etc, enlightened our little ones along with a pinch of entertainment mingled with it.

Mother’s Day Activity

Mother’s Day Activity

No word can define a Mother, She’s the Angel sent from above!

The day that celebrates the essence of a mother is Mothers’ Day. Mothers’ Day is something everyone can relate to. Keeping this special bonding in mind, we at DPS, Sector -84 had a special celebration on Mothers’ Day.

The little ones danced and sang for their moms to welcome them and make them feel special. The moms as well as their children had a splendid time making a Chef Cap together. It was a pleasure watching the super excited moms with their dynamic and energetic children preparing unique and special dishes for the activity ‘Cooking without Fire’. The outcome of their efforts was marvellous. Later, they all shared their dishes and had a small party.

Earth Day

Earth Day

Our little crusaders took a pledge to do their bit to save their planet. The one week long celebration included activities like planting saplings, extended craftwork related to nature, animated discussions on the importance of saving Mother Earth etc. They came dressed in green

Parent Engagement Programme

Parent Engagement is an ongoing process that increases active participation, communication, and collaboration between parents, schools, and communities with the goal of educating the child and ensuring student achievement and success. DPS, Sector – 84 has created a Parent Engagement Program that involves families in meaningful ways and gives them an opportunity to be a part of their ward’s learning journey. Mother’s Day celebration was one such initiative.

An insight into the world of our little ones

An insight into the world of our little ones

Welcome Activity

Welcome activities were carefully planned for our young ones to put them at ease and to ensure that they carry back small things created by them to show their proud parents. Nursery and KG students made welcome badges and table mats as expressions of their creativity.

Learning is Fun

“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand”.

A great thought to teach the children of today. The more they experience and explore their ability to learn is stronger.

We at DPS, Sector – 84 firmly believe in Concept Based Teaching. It not only helps the child to be thorough with the topic, but he / she remembers it all through. Various demonstrations happen within and outside the classrooms to prepare the students for future challenges.

The students of Nursery and Kindergarten explored taste through ‘Lemonade / Roohafza activity’ and by tasting various foods to understand that different foods taste different. To explore the sense of smell, students smelled fruits like mango, banana, flower and perfume for fragrance, bad smell of stale fruit peels etc.

To make learning more interesting, students planted saplings to learn more about how plants grow. To understand the basic concept of ‘What Comes After?’, the students played a game with number flash cards.

The hands on activities proved to be a great source of learning.