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Informative Workshops help to handle Dyslexia & the onset of Adolescence On 1st September 2018 a workshop on "Introduction to Learning Disability" was conducted for the teachers of Grade I to VI at DPS Nashik. It began with an activity which involved the teachers to write 5 sentences about themselves with the non-preferred hand (i.e. right-handed teachers would write with their left hand and vice-versa). The handwriting was then analysed and discussed to understand the complexities faced by a child with dyslexia. The workshop also included a reading activity which focussed on the problems faced by an LD (Learning Disability) child while reading in a classroom scenario. The teachers were asked to identify such students and take measures to give them complete school support with the help of the School Counsellor. The session worked as an eye opener as it widened the knowledge and awareness of teachers regarding this sensitive subject. Adolescence is a transitional stage of physical and psychological development in a child’s life. It is a very sensitive period for a child as the child goes through a lot of hormonal and emotional changes. Keeping this in mind, DPS Nashik conducted an informative session on “Dealing with Adolescents" for teachers of Grade VII to XII. 22 teachers attended the session and discussed the problems faced by adolescent students and the techniques to deal with it. Teachers were briefed about the serious impacts of corporal punishment on the academic development of students. Different case references and examples were shown to teachers to better handle the students at this age. The session also focussed on 'No Touch Policy' and addressed the importance of the state of mind of teachers while they are dealing with high school students. #LearningDisability #Dyslexia #LDLearning #InformativeLearning #Adolescence #Teenage #PeerPressure #HormonalChanges #TransitionalStage #NoTouchPolicy #DPSNashik
Grand Raksha Bandhan Celebration at DPS, Nashik To familiarise the students with the Indian culture and traditions, a special assembly on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan was conducted for the students of Pre-Nursery to Std. II on 30th August 2018. The students gathered in the assembly area and witnessed various presentations by their friends. Principal Ma'am and Headmistress Ma'am also graced the occasion. The students delivered wonderful speeches in English and Hindi on the importance of Raksha Bandhan. Tiny tots dancing on the famous tunes dedicated to the precious relationship between a brother and a sister was a treat to the spectators’ eyes. The celebration helped to inculcate moral values in the young minds. #DPSNashik #FunLearning #Assembly #RakshaBandhan #SchoolActivity #2018
DPS, Nashik steps up to achieve 'Clean India' The students of DPS, Nashik undertook a campaign 'Swachhta Hi Seva.' The students, in their earnest zeal, made a promise to keep the surroundings of the campus neat and tidy. Cleanliness has become a way of life for DPS, Nashik- not a one day wonder but an ongoing process. The students, under the aegis of a teacher, have also adopted the village ‘Manori’ to organise cleanliness drives and make people aware of the importance of keeping the surroundings clean. They clean the roads to make the residents aware of how even little hands can make a big difference. This definitely motivates the elders to play their role in keeping the surroundings clean. Events like these are a must to inculcate right values in the students and help the country achieve its bigger vision of 'Clean India, ' which is a cherished dream of our Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. It will turn into reality if each one of us joins hands for this noble cause. #DPSNashik #CleanIndia #CleanlinessCampaign #SchoolActivity #2018
DPS, Nashik’s Swimming Sensations DPS, Nashik’s U-14 girls' team consisting Rishika Dollin, Saumyaa Gupta, Neha Wahval and Sharvani Darvekar secured the 1st position in the 4 X 100 Medley Relay organised on 17th September 2018. The team has been selected for the D.S.O. State Level Competition. DPS, Nashik congratulated the students for this grand feat. #DPSNashik #Swimming #GirlsTeam #MedleyRelay #2018
A Visit to the School Library to encourage Reading DPS, Nashik teachers took the onus of upgrading the reading skills of their students with a visit to the School Library. Grade VII to IX were made to understand the library resources and Subject Enrichment Programme. The librarian, Samruddha Ma’am explained how to make the proper use of reference books. Rita Ma'am provided our budding readers with many insights into the authors' lives and their books. The most important thing which the students learned was ways in which they could utilize the mountain of information in the library, not only for a specific purpose but also for research and to select appropriate books on certain topics. This activity also helped to cultivate the reading habit in students. #DPSNashik #FunLearning #SchoolActivity #Library #2018 #readingskills #reading
Terrific Rally by our Table Tennis Champions DPS, Nashik's Anjika Badak (VIII), Simaran Kaur (VII) and Anushka Dasgupta (VIII) demonstrated their mettle in the D.S.O. Table Tennis Division Level Tournament, organised at Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jilha Krida Sankul, Jalgaon. The team secured the 2nd Position in the U-14 Girls category under the guidance of the Team Manager- Sneha Rane. #DPSNashik #TableTennis #DSO #Sports #2018
Dharavi Rocks' with a Drumming Workshop by our Drummers The aspiring drummers of Delhi Public School, Nashik were fortunate to conduct a workshop for the band ‘Dharavi Rocks’ of Mumbai. DPS conducted this workshop in collaboration with the Acron Foundation which works for the welfare of slum children and waste collectors. This was an educational project wherein 10 drummers of Delhi Public school, Nashik between the age group of 9 to 15 years along with Mr Vinesh Nair - Drummer Coach got a chance to showcase their talent and teach minute skills required to play the drums to the ‘Dharavi Rocks’ band children. The band comprised of students between the age group of 7 to 22 years. A beautiful practice room has been created in Dharavi for the children. The organisers, especially, the founder was super elated with the display of talent by our students and appreciated them for their mentoring skills. They are waiting for more such sessions in the future with Delhi Public School, Nashik. This will upgrade and improve the budding talent of the children from Dharavi under the mentorship of Dipsites. With strong-willed support and faith, such events culminate into a positive step for the growth of students. #DPSNashik #dharavirocks #mumbai #slum #music #learning #students #drums #rhythmteacher
Field Visit to Air Force Station, Borgad On 26th September 2018, the students of Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Prep of Delhi Public School, Nashik were taken for a field visit to an Air Force Station in Borgad. The objective of this activity was to give the kids an opportunity to explore the different venues at the Airforce Station. It was also organised to make them understand that the Airforce aims to fly, fight and win in Air, Space and Cyberspace. It was explained to the children that the Airforce has aeroplanes to protect the nation. The field visit to the Air Force Station, Borgad motivated the students to explore the venue and learn new things. Safety measures and precautions were explained to the students using placards and signboards and questions put forth the same. The students progressively created explanations and answers for each question which was asked to them. Refreshments were served and projection images of the missiles were shown on the LCD to the students. The Field visit was very informative and the children enjoyed it a lot. #FieldVisit #DPSNashik #Airforce #RoadSafety #Learning #Motivation
Coins: A Way to understand Indian Heritage Grade IX students of Delhi Public School, Nashik visited the Coin Museum. Trained researchers specialized in different numismatic periods delivered a brief account of the artifacts used in the early medieval, medieval and late medieval period to the students. This information helped the students to understand the sources of learning and studying history. The museum showcases a large number of coins, bronze statues, terracotta pots, ancient jewellery etc. It also includes three models which demonstrate the evolution of Mint from manual to mechanical. The students were amazed to know about the four Coin Minters in India: Mumbai with a symbol of diamond, Delhi with a symbol of s rounded dot, Hyderabad with a symbol of a star and Kolkata with no symbol. The visit offered the students an insight to discover the rich hidden heritage of India. #DPSNashik #SchoolActivity #FunLearning #CoinMuseum #Coins #History #Heritage #2018
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