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DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL ANAND - CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

A typical working day at DPS provides an exposure to academic as well as non-academic learning—classroom teaching, hands-on project work, sports, cultural activities, literary activities, excursions, computers, social work and community service. We inculcate not only high academic standards, but high behavioural standards as well.

EVALUATING KNOWLEDGE

The system of evaluation employed lays stress on learning outcome of a group rather than assessing individuals in absolute isolation. The focus in junior classes is on exploration, experimentation and on building and strengthening conceptual basics. In higher classes formal evaluation, encompasses both academic and non-academic learning, and the focus shifts to gauging the student’s comprehensive patterns

BEYOND BOOKS | CHILD, TEACHER, PARENT PACT

While academics will be honed in classrooms, a plethora of on- and off-campus activities will take care of the artistic and cultural aspirations of the students. These activities help develop critical skills such as confidence, personality, leadership, teamwork, creativity and management.

HOBBIES AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT

Pursuit of hobbies and craft will be encouraged and special periods, under the guidance of experts, will be allocated for the same.

OFF-CAMPUS TRIPS AND PROJECTS

These will be regular features of the school’s curriculum. Students will be taken to historical sites, eco-preserves and museums. Outstation trips for senior students will be organised for getting to know this incredible country better.

PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS

As one of the key stakeholders, parents are encouraged to voice their opinions and concerns. And we are committed to addressing the same for the success of our partnership

SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD

We encourage parents to support their child’s educational experiences by offering an appropriate level of help and taking interest in the child’s school experiences.

THE TEACHER-CHILD RELATIONSHIP

In this relationship, the child is allowed to relax and express his/her feelings freely. The teacher then responds and guides the child, constantly observing the independent characteristics of the individual child.

TEACHER-PARENT COMMUNICATION

An open and transparent dialogue between the teacher and parent is a must for the growth of the child. This at our school will be achieved by PTA meets. From time to time we also conduct workshops and lectures on parenting tips and tricks and encourage parent-teacher interaction.