Events & Achievements
Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan- NATIONAL LEVEL CAMP
Congratulations to the achiever of the VVMI
Level-III State Level Camp of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) was conducted by Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) in collaboration with Vigyan Prasar, an autonomous organization under the department of science and technology, NCERT on date 8th January 2023 at Agra College, Agra. We proudly announce that out of 20 State level participants for class VII, our student IDHANT GUPTA has secured 2nd position in it & also qualified for the final round of the National level Camp in May 2023.
All the best...
CBSE North Zone Skating Competition
Bishal Dev Goswami has won two gold medals in CBSE North Zone Skating Competition on Janyary 03, 2023 in different categories.
Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan- Level III
First round of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) was conducted by Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) in collaboration with Vigyan Prasar, an autonomous organisation under department of science and technology, NCERT on date 30th November, 2022 in Delhi Public School, Knowledge Park- V. 152 student from classes VI-X have participated in it. We proudly announce that our three students have entered the 3rd level and will be attending the state level camp on 8th January, 2023 in Agra
Cambridge Curriculum: A New way of learning
Assembly- Prep A
Topic - Save Water
All the students of Prep A had started the Assembly with the prayer 'Loving God', they discussed the importance and uses of water along with the steps by which we can save water. Kids also shared current news and thought of the day.They have enjoyed a lot dancing on song ' Turn off the tap'.Kids had wrapped up the assembly with the ending note followed by National Anthem.
Take away for the kids was- to know the value and importance of water for us as well as for all the other living things and how to save water by doing few important things.
PREP B- CHILDREN’S DAY
Children’s day assembly was celebrated by students of Prep B on 15th of November. The assembly started with a nice thought followed by Prayer, facts about Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, English Rhyme, Dance and National Anthem. Children enjoyed a lot and it was a good informative assembly for the students of class Prep.
PREP C – CLASS ASSEMBLY – BEAT THE PLASTIC
Tiny tots of Prep -C participated in the class assembly - topic “Beat the plastic” with zeal and enthusiasm .
This assembly aimed to create awareness on plastic pollution and on ways to avoid the use of plastic .The students addressed on various topics like the use of plastic, the harm it causes and how to reduce and avoid the use of plastic with confidence. The icing on the cake was the dance performance which strongly propagated the message - Beat the Plastic. Students took the pledge to say no to single use plastic . Our Head Mistress Ma’am encouraged and appreciated the children .
PREP D – CLASS ASSEMBLY- LOVE AND RESPECT
Class assembly started with the blessings of almighty where students of Prep-D presented 7 success mantra. They sung a song which emphasized that respect is not just kids should do, grown-ups can respect kids too, later they performed a dance on love song and thanked father up above for all the love and kindness. The assembly ended with students giving vote of thanks and head mistress ma'am sharing her kind words of love with students.
‘Japan In Canvas’ Competition
Trisha Singh of class IV - B made our school proud by winning ‘Japan on Canvas 2022.’ She was one of 32 winners selected from all over India and her painting was exhibited at the ‘ Japan Foundation ‘ from 16th - 20th December 2022.
Cambridge Curriculum: A New way of learning
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”
Cambridge classes have begun giving the students an opportunity to be active participants in their learning during class times with their teachers. The students of Class I identified the pictures of objects that are source of light and those objects that are not a source of light through an experiment. Languages are being taught through hands on activities like sequencing of visual word cards in the correct order with the help of the rhyme introduced. Cam 2 in their Global Perspective class, introduced themselves through the activity ‘All About Me’.
In class III, the students learnt the difference between a phrase and sentence through a hands-on Sorting Activity. In the science class, the students learnt to form carbon-di-oxide gas by mixing baking powder and vinegar.
To introduce the students of Cam IV to Classic Literature, a visit to the school library was made where the children identified the classics like Huckleberry Finn, Treasure Island, The Three Musketeers, Time Machine etc. The children compared and contrasted them with books of contemporary authors like Sudha Murthy, Enid Blyton. This was followed by a listening comprehension on the same.
Infact, excited students have created a reading corner in their classrooms. They also created their own characters for various stories. In Science, the students learnt the difference between gravitational forces with hands on activities. In Global Perspective, children independently drew the map of India. On a large-scale map of the world, they marked the position of India and its neighbouring countries with stickers.
The students of different grades enjoyed learning by doing.
Name of the activity: PUPPET SHOW – Good Touch Bad Touch
Objective: To help learners understand as to what is good touch and what is bad touch in a simple manner.
Brief Description: The teachers of Nursery presented a puppet show to the learners. The topic of the puppet show was ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’.
The teachers made use of voice modulation and explained the learners about good touch and bad touch. Further, they also explained learners as to what should they do in case they are in a danger situation.
Ms Shivani Kanet, our school counselor, explained the swim suit rule to the children that the body parts that are covered under swim suit are our private parts.
Lastly, Ms Kanet asked several questions to the learners which they answered with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the learners enjoyed the puppet show a lot.
Shastriya Sangeet Pratiyogita
Date: October 19, 2022
Heartiest congratulations to Master Aanjaneya Joshi of class 6. He has made us proud by winning second position in Shastriya Sangeet Pratiyogita (Flute) state-level competition organized by Uttar Pradesh Sangeet Natak Akademi (Ministry of Culture, U.P. Govt). Here's wishing luck to our star flautist!
Inter DPS French Competition
Date: October 15, 2022
INTER DPS FRENCH COMPETITION was held at Bulandshahar on 15th October.DPS Knowledge Park V got first prize in the group song category.
Date: October 15, 2022
Congratulations to all the winners and the participants of Sapphire Lit Festival 2022
HRISHAV RAJ SINGH (9C) Secured FIRST position in “Jhankar Hindi Rap” event.
Subani Srivastava, Shambhavi Jha, Reetika Sinha, Arnav Bhardwaj and Rajyawardhan (Team- from 9B) secured FIRST position in LAGHU NATIKA MANCHAN- ABHIGYAN SHAKUNTALAM (Sanskrit) event.
Divyansh (3D)- Secured SECOND position in ‘Be the Character’ event.
All about me Activity- Cam2
Date: October 12, 2022
Active learning pursued in Cambridge curriculum prepares students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. Students taught through this methodology develop the skills they need to achieve at school, university and work. Students become confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged. These attributes help students to develop attitudes, life skills, and academic skills in order to be successful at a university, job, and life in general. Unrelenting efforts of the trained teachers of DPS KPV is visible in the detailed planning of each lesson done by them.
Topper of FIT- I Exam
We are glad to inform that Naysa Puri of class IX A, Delhi Public School, Knowledge Park-V has topped FIT -1 Exam held on 22nd July 2022, organized by Goethe Institute Max Mueller Bhavan.
Congratulations for the Achievement!!!