• “Learning is experience. Everything else is just information”

    Students from Class Nursery to II donned their ‘Chef Caps’ to exhibit their culinary skills in ‘Cooking Without Fire’ held on 20 January 2023. Children participated with full zeal and enthusiasm as they doled out nutritious yet delectable delicacies items. Artifact and food items displayed were a visual treat and were presented in an artistic and aesthetic style. The teachers interacted with the budding chefs to find out the ingredients of the recipes dishes prepared by them. The activities not only provided a platform for the students to foster their creativity and decision making skills but also helped them explore their hidden talents and discover new areas of interest.

  • A man’s country is not a certain area of land, of mountains and woods, but it is a principle – and Patriotism is loyalty to that principle.

    Sacrifices of our martyrs bore fruit in the form of our much treasured independence. But that was not all. This independence became complete only after our constitution was enforced on 26th January, 1950.

    Our Constitution gave all its citizens their due recognition around the globe. It is a day that invokes the sense of patriotism and love for the nation.

    Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated 74th Republic Day with great patriotic fervour. Our students decorated the soft boards with the theme ‘Pride and Patriotism’ to show respect towards the constitution and love towards the country.

    Tiny tots of Classes Nursery to 2 with 100% participation danced on the patriotic song in white attire with tri-colour sashe showing their love for the nation. Students of Chenab house filled the atmosphere with patriotism.

    The Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku in her address apprised the gathering, briefing about the Indian Constitution and its unique features and reminded the duties of a good citizen.

  • “Christmas waves a magic wand over the world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful”

    The much awaited festival of Christmas was celebrated with fervour and zeal by Ganga House students on 23 December, 2022. They presented an array of interesting programmes. The school echoed with Christmas carols and holy hymns sung melodiously by the school choir ushering in the festive season. The students enthusiastically participated and enacted the roles and a group of small children presented a dance on Jingle bells. The children were ecstatic! And Santa thoroughly enjoyed the attention. The students of Class Nursery to II dressed up as a Santa. The children carried home the message of sharing and caring as well as the pleasure and pride of spreading peace, true to the spirit of the celebration.

    The message of the assembly was loud and clear--- Come let us embrace the spirit of Christmas by bringing joy and happiness into someone’s life.

  • “The most beautiful world is always entered through imagination.”

    To enhance creativity, imagination and build confidence; a Fancy Dress Competition was conducted for the students of Grade Nursery to II on 30th November, 2022 by Delhi Public School, Hathras. The students participated in great number and showcased their versatility & expressions.

    Fancy dress is of huge benefit to students especially for students that are in the foundation years for building their imagination and confidence.

    Students were dressed like Spider-Man, farmer, Social Media, Earth, fairies, dolls, junk food, parrot , polythene, crow etc. It was a delight from start to finish with children, in an array of glittering costumes leaving the audience enthralled. They were all smartly dressed up and took part with much enthusiasm.

    The students presented themselves by sharing information about the characters they depicted. They all looked vibrant in their colorful and distinct costumes and played their parts confidently.

    What matters most in such events is not winning or losing, but participation, which ultimately helps to eliminate the stage fear of students from the very beginning.

    Judges had a great and tough time while judging the competition.

    The winners of the competition are:

    • In Class Nursery Sarvagya Sengar bagged the first prize, followed by Kashvi Singh with the second and Bhargav Singh won the third prize.
    • In the Class Preparatory Anvi Agarwal won the first prize, Shree Jee Sharma the second and Darshit Agrawal won the third prize.
    • In Class I Sanidhya Tomar bagged the first prize, followed by Avivyanjna Singh with second and Yunay Singh won the third prize.
    • Araina Agrawal & Bhavik Singhal of Class II won the first position.
    • Ira Singh got second position and Prayan Agrawal came third.

    The competition proved to be great learning experience for the children and gave them a platform to explore in an attractive way.

  • Brown  a natural color which is found in earth, wood and stone. It is a colour which is present in abundance in nature yet it fails to attract the attention of little ones. To introduce the colour brown to little kids, it was celebrated on 11.11.2022. Kids were shown all the things brown in colour which they love to eat/play like cookies, chocolate, teddy bear, etc. Kids were also shown how to make their own brown colour by mixing red and green. Activities like making rat with craft and pasting were done to generate their creativity and awareness about brown colour.

  • “Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of our nation and the citizens of tomorrow” - Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

    We were all children once. We all share the desire for the well being of our children, which has always been and will continue to be the most universally cherished aspiration of humankind." A day marking childhood- Children’s day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to the legendary freedom fighter, popularly known as ‘Chacha Nehru’. The occasion is celebrated with grand splendor. On Monday, 14 November 2022, a Special Assembly was conducted for children with an endearing presentation by the teachers. And, the grand day, Children’s Day was celebrated in the form of a ‘Different types of Sports.’ It was time to PARTY for the children of our school. It was a fun- filled day for the students as they danced to peppy numbers in the break and shared their delicious food with their classmates. The campus was buzzing with excitement and joy as it was a day wherein fun and frolic dominated. There was excitement in the air and the little ones left the school with a bag full of stories about their special day at school. The celebrations came to an end with the distribution of chocolates and gifts in the classes as a small token of love and affection by the school.

  • “The greatest significance of Diwali is to light up new, bright and colourful dreams, fresh hopes and undiscovered ways.”

    The exhilaration and celebratory spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. To add to the festive fervour, students presented a special assembly on Diwali on 21 October 2022. The assembly commenced with an address by the Principal Ms. Neena Chaku, wherein she emphasized on the importance of saying ‘No to Crackers’ and urged children to be sensitive to the environment by celebrating a clean and cracker free Diwali. This was followed by a short skit to emphasize on the need to celebrate a peaceful and green Diwali and to save Earth from excessive noise and air pollution. The assembly came to a close with a traditional Diwali dance performed on a devotional song dedicated to Laxmiji and Ganeshji. The dance performed in colourful costumes and set to live, foot tapping music, highlighted the festivity and good cheer of the festival.

  • 73-year-old Dr Kiran Seth is cycling from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. He started on 15th August 2022 from Srinagar, and will continue cycling towards Kanyakumari where he is expected to arrive on 31st January 2023.

    He is cycling to –

    • 1. Celebrate India’s Composite Heritage
    • 2. Spread the message that Cycling is good for health - physical, mental and spiritual, and for helping the environment.
    • 3. Spread the message of Spic Macay and enrol new volunteers.
    • 4. Promote Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of simple living and high thinking.

    It was a day of honour for DPS Hathras to felicitate Dr. Kiran Seth (Padma Shri awardee), ex-Professor and ex-Emeritus Professor at IIT-Delhi and Founder, Spic Macay. During his interaction with the students, Dr. Kiran Seth lauded the efforts of Delhi Public School Hathras in promoting the Indian culture. He also laid emphasis, especially, on the importance of honing the skill of concentration of the students. He emphasized upon the relevance of Indian classical music helps in activating parallel processing channels of the brain. He also gave many vital tips to the students for increasing concentration by meditation and yoga. He explained the importance of cycling in the life of students. Principal Ms. Neena Chaku averred that personalities like Dr Seth are a great source of inspiration for the younger generation that how a person should work selflessly for the society.

  • “White colour stands for peace, purity, innocence light and goodness”

    The motive of celebrating white day was to make the students aware of the colour white, its significance and to develop the fine motor skills in the students.

    The games and activities for the day included craftwork and cotton pasting. They made flowers using white papers and ice-cream sticks. As a part of the activities, children explained the activity by show and tell method.

    The day was filled with fun. All the little Dipsites were seen fluttering in white dresses and the poise and calm was attained by allowing them to remain quite by meditating so as to instill in them the joy of being with their own selves in peace and tranquility. It was in true sense a day of rejuvenation.

  • “Creativity is intelligence having fun”

    Origami Activity was conducted for class Nursery on September 13, 2022. Tiny tots participated in this creative act with great enthusiasm and zeal.

    The students were amused to see transformation of a square paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting. various things for instance fan, fish, flower, boat, butterfly, dog etc.

    This activity triggered their imagination and enhanced their creative skills.

    The paper folding craft was not only a fun filled experience but it also proved to be a valuable means to develop artistic skills in the little ones.

  • “Colours always fascinate us. It enlivens our environment and is an integral part of our life”

    Purple Day was celebrated for Students of Nursery to II on 06 September, 2022 to make the little kids aware about colours and how they add beauty to things around us. Purple the colour that represents the future, the imagination and dreams, spiritually calming the emotions was thoroughly enjoyed by our little ones. Tiny toddlers were beautifully dressed in Purple. It was a pleasant and lovely day for these tiny tots.

    Excitement and laughter filled the air and the campus was vibrant with colours. It was a special and colourful day for the youngsters. They also brought many purple coloured objects-toys, fruits, vegetables etc. Colour recognition was done by displaying these items and encouraging children to speak a few sentences on each object. Children took part with great enthusiasm in art and craft activities related to purple colour, thus reinforcing the concept of purple colour. They sang rhymes and songs based on purple colour.

    Painting activities and colouring worksheets helped children to explore their creativity. Sorting activity helped children identify and differentiate various colours.

    Purple day celebrations prompted the young ones to think how colour enhances and influences our lives. It turned out to be a remarkable day filled with fun and enthusiasm.

  • To celebrate the joy of colours we have a colour day every month and the colour of this month was Red. Our primary teachers conducted ‘Red Colour Day’ on 22 July, 2022 to introduce kids into the mesmerizing realm of colours which symbolizes action, confidence, and courage.

    The tiny tots looked stunning in their red outfits. The shades of red made the Kids feel bright, lively and cheerful. The day started off with the colour red everywhere. The kids enhanced their communication skills as they confidently participated in the “Show and Tell” activity in their classes describing the Red object. Students from Class Nursery to II did different types of group activities under the guidance of their teachers. The 'Red Day' celebration was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to sort and classify objects based on colours. It was a scintillating day with innocent faces gleaming and reflecting brightness, joy, love and happiness.

  • To commemorate the Birth Anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand, National Sports Day is celebrated across the country on 29 August.

    The idiom “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” holds true even for the young learners. Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to unite people in a way that little does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sports can create hope where once there was only despair. Playing sports, whether team-based or individual, is essential for children as they provide not just physical activity, but also help build children’s self- esteem, confidence, social skills and motivate them to excel in life. On this occasion, on 29 August, 2022 DPS Hathras conducted Special Assembly for the students from Nursery to XII. All students participated in various sports activities with great enthusiasm and zeal. The little ones had fun while indulging in different activities of sports. The children learnt a lot about true sportsmanship and the value of playing games.

  • “Dance is our pulse, our heartbeat, our breathing; it’s the rhythm of our life”

    An Inter House Folk Dance Competition for the students of Class III to XII was held on 26 August, 2022. The students dressed up in colourful costumes swayed to the beats of folk music of India. Participants with their energetic dances captivated the audience.

    The first position was bagged by Chenab House which performed Lavani representing the joyous spirit and valor of Maharsasthra. Jhelum House bagged the second Position who represented Dandia of Gujarat and Third position was of Ravi who opted for folk dance of Rajasthan was closely followed by Ganga House.

  • “Chess holds its master in its own bonds, shackling the mind and brain so that the inner freedom of the very strongest must suffer”

    Chess in one of the games, which very few can master. To make children have mastery of this game, an “Inter House Chess Competition” was organised for classes 3 to 12. The participants showed great enthusiasm and thoroughly enjoyed playing Chess. The matches clearly brought forth the eagerness with which our students were building their skills in Chess.

    Class VI to VIII : Jhelum House bagged the first position, Ganga House came second, Ravi House secured third position and Chenab house came fourth.

    Class IX to XII : Ganga House bagged the first position, Ravi House came second, Jhelum House secured third position and Chenab house came fourth.

  • “Music gives wings to the heart and takes it to the world of joy”

    The students of Delhi Public School Hathras participated in Inter House Music Competition on August 17, 2022. It was held for the students of Classes III to XII. They did take us to a world where music was the language. The students prepared and performed under the guidance of House Wardens & members for the competition.

    The young aspiring singers enthralled the judges & the audience with their wonderful mellifluous voices.

    Ravi House was the winner, Ganga House came second, third position was bagged by Jhelum House, and Chenab House got fourth position.

  • Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu.

    To celebrate the extraordinary bond between children and the Almighty, Delhi Public School Hathras organized the event in Wonder land on 17th of August.

    The students dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, carried flutes, and matkas. The celebration that followed was truly entertaining and educating.

    A lot of fun-filled activities like painting, pasting, dance etc were part of the celebration.

    The purpose of the joyous celebration was to inculcate value of sharing and respect in the students.

  • HEALTH CAMP 2022-23
  • On 05.08.2022, a Health Camp was organized for students from Class Nursery to Class XII. All eminent and famous doctors of Hathras were invited. All the doctors emphasized the necessity for personal health and hygiene. The doctors advised the students to eat healthy balanced food and to keep himself or herself clean. Workshop for Girls too was conducted by the Eminent Gynaecologists.

  • Carrom is one of the most popular indoor games in our country. It is a scientific game and is based on Physics and Geometry. It requires thorough knowledge of angles, deftness of touch, keen sight and superlative control of nerves besides mental and physical fitness. It also requires skill and deep concentration. Delhi Public School Hathras organized Inter House Carrom Competition on 29th August 2022 for Classes III to V. The competition was held in the school sports room for all the four houses .The students excitement and enthusiasm for the competition filled the room with spirit of energy and positivity. All the participants played very well. Excellent sportsmanship was the highlight of the event.

    Ravi House bagged the first position, while Jhelum House and Ganga House stood second and third respectively. The contest enriched one and all. The pupils found the competition fun-filled and educative.

  • On 22.08.2022, Class Nursery to II celebrated Pink Day. The tiny tots came dressed in Pink and brought Pink colour objects.

    Dressed in Pretty pink and adorable accessories, dolls of DPS added vigour to the day. All the students looked charismatic in their pink colour attire.

    The teachers too dressed up elegantly in pink to encourage the students.

    The wonderland was embellished in pink using balloons, soft toys, dolls and props. The young ones enjoyed the activity and understood the aesthetic sum of pink colour. Thus the goal was successfully achieved.

  • SPLASH POOL FUN 2022-23
  • A sultry day of summer has been the joyful for our little champs as they got a chance to beat the heat with the soothing coolness of the splash pool. Water play activities for children strengthen motor skills, build balance and the ability to propel and navigate. Keeping all these things in mind, Delhi Public School Hathras Keeping all these things in mind, Delhi Public School Hathras organized a fun pool organized a fun pool party for the students of Class Nursery to Class II today i.e. Friday, 08 July, 2022. The splash pool was abundantly decorated with balloons, balls and children were in full mood of having a cool aqua fun day. The tiny tots turned in colourful swim suits and whilst everybody had enjoyed playing in the water.. The fun continued when they had posed for their lovely pictures being clicked to be treasured as beautiful memories.

  • DPS Hathras organized a tree plantation programme. The students and teachers participated in the plantation drive. The Teachers and Gardeners guided students on how to plant a sapling. The aim of the program was to plant more than 100 saplings in the school campus. Ms. Neena Chaku, Principal of the school applauded students for their participation.

  • On 22.04.2022 every year, Earth Day is celebrated to remind the students of their duties towards ‘Mother Nature’. As a part of environmental education, "Go- Green" initiative was taken to engage the whole school community in making a difference. Earth Day was celebrated through educational and action-oriented activities that were fun. The students presented a beautiful song and dance quoting the relevance of earth and its beauty. The celebration’s motive was to instill in all, the responsibility towards the safety and conserving the earth.

  • REPUBLIC DAY 2020-2021
  • Delhi Public School Hathras Celebrating 72nd Republic Day Virtually.

  • Delhi Public School Hathras organised various programs on the occasion of CHRISTMAS.

  • Tree Planting by Toddlers of Delhi Public School Hathras on Republic Day.

  • Guru Nanak Dev ji was the first of the ten Sikh gurus and the founder of Sikhism. His birth anniversary of is observed as ‘Gurpurab’ across the globe.

    This year Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrated virtually on the 30th of November 2020.

    The tiny tots also presented the bhangra to the traditional bhangra drumbeats & a traditional sikh song ….

  • Delhi Public School Hathras organised various activities on the occasion of Diwali. Kids of class Nursery and Prep decorated the Diya with mirrors and painted them with the colours of their choice. Students of class I & II had Diwali fun party by creating paper crackers.

    Class III made wonderful rangoli by their own that symbolises “Colours to Beautify Your Lives”.

    Students enjoyed the diwali fun activity.

  • The exhilaration and celebratory spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. To add to the first festive fervour, students of DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL HATHRAS presented a special virtual assembly on Diwali.

    The assembly emphasized the importance of ‘No to Crackers’ by a puppet show.

    This was followed by a melodious song by juniors. A beautiful dance was also performed by the talented toddlers wishing all a very happy Diwali. The assembly came to an end with fabulous rangoli by the students. These highlighted the festivity and good cheer of the festival.

  • Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated the Navratri festival virtually. The students from class III to VIII attired in traditional dresses added to the festive mood. Students were told about the importance of nine days of Navratri.

    Special assembly on Dussehra was also organized in the end to tell the students about Ramayana.Students decorated dandiya sticks and shared thought ,facts ,speech on the particular topic.

  • Online initiative by Delhi public school Hathras – Students from class Nursery to II enjoyed sharing facts related to dusherra. Later, they made a sketch of Maa Durga. Kids were quite happy with the activity and shared their creativity.

  • A special assembly on the occasion of Navratri festival, was presented by the children of the Delhi Public School Hathras. Celebrating the victory of good over evil. The students showcased Dandiya and Garba through their performance.

  • It is celebration time once again. The festival of Navratri comes with the promise of nine days of non-stop fun, dance and festivities. Here is a self Choreography by Dps Hathras’s student for Navratri.

  • 2nd VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY 2020-2021
  • Presenting 2nd Virtual Assembly by DPS Hathras’s students. Pre-Primary, Primary and Seniors divided in 3 groups. Theme Teacher’s Day.

  • 1st VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY 2020-2021
  • Presenting 1st Virtual Assembly by DPS Hathras’s students. Pre-Primary, Primary and Seniors divided in 3 groups. Theme National Sports Day.

  • DPS Hathras’s celebrating virtual Rakhi with tiny tods.

    In Intra class activity Students of grade Nursery to grade II have made different colorful rakhis with waste materials ,and their charming parents encouraged them a lot..

  • COVID 19 ASANYUKTA MUDRA 2020-2021
  • Small initiative taken by the students of DPS Hathras along with their dance teachers by doing Mudra (In Indian classical dance, mudras are single hand gestures or double hand gestures, that can be meaningful or simply aesthetic. They also accompany a wider bodily expression that will give full meaning to the dance)during Covid 19 Pandemic Period.

  • DPS Hathras’s seniors are celebrating virtual Ganesha Chaturthi by performing Ganesha Stuti in a pure bharatanatyam dance form….

    May the Lord Vighna Vinayaka removes all the obstacles and showers all with bounties…

  • INDEPENDENCE DAY 2020-2021
  • DPS Hathras’s celebrating virtual Independence Day with toddlers. Students of grade Nursery to grade II have shown their respect to our motherland by hosting and making flags with the help of their parents.

    May the Lord Vighna Vinayaka removes all the obstacles and showers all with bounties…

  • Online Classroom… an initiative taken by Delhi Public School Hathras.

    Along with academics, students are also learning new skills and dance forms in their respective online activity sessions.

    Here, student of DPS Hathras presents a Semi-classical dance form with wonderful music cover by Indian Raga.

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