• "Blue is the ocean; blue is the sky; Blue are blueberries; we put them in a pie"

    Colour Day – ‘Blue’ was celebrated on 19th April 2024, Friday. Blue is the colour of sparkling sea, sky, loyalty, strength and wisdom. The motive of celebrating the day was to make the students aware of its significance and to develop the fine motor skills by conducting various activities. It was a pleasant and fun filled day for all kids. All the students including teachers were dressed in blue as well as the classrooms were pre-decorated to enhance the surroundings.

    To make the day more exclusive children brought blue coloured objects like toys, decorative items. Excitement and enthusiasm was visible everywhere. It was an amazing learning experience.

  • Mother's love is a priceless treasure, celebrated with joy and enthusiasm during a special assembly organized by Chenab House on 09.05.2024. Students delivered emotionally-charged dance and musical performances. Regardless of nationality, culture, or gender, children share a profound emotional connection with their mothers. Delhi Public School Hathras hosted a heartfelt Mother's Day Celebration, where teachers emphasized the importance of a mother's role through engaging activities.

    Children expressed their love through unique and special cards, fostering warmth, gratitude, and appreciation. The day left a lasting impression on every child's innocent heart, highlighting the significance of honoring and caring for mothers every day. Bulletin boards adorned with these heartfelt messages conveyed a powerful message of humility, respect, and obedience to parents.

  • "Shades of yellow stimulates our little ones with happiness, energy and optimism"

    As the part of colour day celebrations, the pre-primary wing of Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated "Yellow Colour Day" on 3rd May 2024. A day dedicated to the yellow colour was marked with children dressed in different hues and tints of yellow. Children were not only beautifully dressed in their favourite yellow dresses but also brought yellow objects to make it a complete "yellow Day"!

    Cheerful children attired in yellow outfits were sparkling with optimism, enlightenment and happiness. Beans of yellow shades carried the promise of a positive future flashing creative thoughts in the young minds. They spent the day with utmost enjoyment.

  • The students of Delhi Public School Hathras participated eagerly in various activities to honor Mother Earth on 22.04.24 i.e Earth Day. These activities aimed to raise awareness about the importance of conserving natural resources and inspire students to contribute to a more beautiful planet.

    A special assembly featured performances by the school choir, a song, and a dance dedicated to Earth. Students' efforts were applauded and encouraged to express gratitude towards Earth for its abundant gifts. Additional activities like Poster Making and Paper Bag Making allowed students to showcase their artistic talents and promote environmental awareness. The week's event sparked emotional concern and motivated youngsters to actively protect, cherish, and respect Mother Nature.

  • World Malaria Day, All the students came together under the theme "Accelerating the fight against malaria for a fairer world." To raise awareness about the causes of malaria and the preventive measures needed. Students staged a street play to educate students about the dangers of malaria.

    The goal was to emphasize the importance of investing in new tools and utilize methods more effectively to prevent, diagnose, and treatment for malaria. The initiative to share vital information and encouraged their peers to prioritize their health and seek medical attention if they experience any such symptoms.

  • ADVENTURE CAMP 2023 - 24
  • “Camping is where the Adventure begins”

    An Adventure Camp was organized on 21 March, 2024 by the group of AIM ADVENTURES under the supervision of teachers and professional instructors from Climb Up. Students of Class Nursery to Class VIII participated in Day Camp.

    It offered a positive and safe environment where children could gain confidence and self-esteem. This camp helped them to develop basic athletic skills such as balancing coordination and to enjoy the adventures. The students arrived bubbling with excitement as they headed to participate in such activities for the first time. Many activities that enhance the gross motor skills were set up on the field.

    It encompassed an array of adventure activities like Commando Net, Commando Crawl, Trampoline, Zorb Roller, Rappelling, Zip Line, Dancing Bamboo, Parallel Rope, Ladder climbing, Ladder walk, Balancing Beam Hanging Tyres and tug of war. The children participated with zeal and were delighted when they completed each task. Every activity aimed at honing a different skill. The students managed to cross the Zip Line confidently. Students had a joyful experience. The camp concluded with unforgettable memories.

  • COCK HOUSE TROPHY 2023 - 24
  • DPS Hathras is delighted to declare the conclusion of the school's spirited competition and the conferral of the esteemed Cock House Trophy upon the triumphant house. The noteworthy assembly, conducted on 04 March, 2024 marked the apex of excitement, sportsmanship, and companionship, illustrating the lively spirit that pervades the school community.

    In the determined pursuit of excellence, our Inter House School Report reflects the dedication and determination of our students across various domains.

    Jhelum House emerged as the frontrunner, leading with distinction and embodying the essence of commitment to excellence.

    Chenab House secures an impressive second position, showcasing remarkable achievements and contributions to the school's success.

    Ravi House holds a commendable third place, demonstrating resilience and talent in the face of challenges.

    Ganga House, in the fourth position, exhibits strong efforts, portraying a spirit of perseverance and continuous improvement.

    These rankings are not mere statistics but a testament to the relentless pursuit of excellence by each house. The Cock House trophy stands as a symbol of the collective efforts, teamwork, and the indomitable spirit that defines our school community.

    The Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku presented the Cock House Trophy, amidst enthusiastic cheers and applause. This gesture symbolizes recognition for excellence and outstanding achievements.

  • Amidst the vibrant spectrum of life, our kindergarten learners explored the nuanced simplicity of black and white during the celebration of Black and White Day on February 7, 2024. Clad in monochrome, they engaged in a sensory journey, identifying black and white objects like grapes and rice. Rhymes added rhythm to the day, and discussions on their environment's monochromatic elements enhanced their speaking skills.

    Classrooms adorned with elegant black and white displays created a visually appealing ambiance. The cotton work activity not only sparked enthusiasm but also honed fine motor skills. The day blended fun and learning, illustrating that while life is a colorful tapestry, appreciating the realism in black and white adds a unique depth to our understanding.

  • “In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn”

    CBSE organised Capacity Building Programme on 30 & 31 January, 2024 on Competency-Based Assessment (Secondary Level)- Mathematics. Attended by educators from various Hathras/Aligarh schools, the event facilitated a profound understanding of the topic.

    Expert resource people Mr. Puneet Krishna Sharma from DPS Jaipur delved into innovative assessment strategies, aligning teaching practices with competency-based frameworks. Interactive sessions and collaborative discussions enriched the learning experience of the participants. The event, hosted at Delhi Public School Hathras exemplified a commitment to elevating educational standards.

  • School assemblies are a part of the school's culture. Their purpose is to bring the entire school population together, provide important information, increase school spirit, and foster a sense of community within the school.

    A special assembly on the topic of "Vegetable Market" was organized for students from Nursery to II on December 1st, 2023. A small market setup was created to explain the importance of vegetables in our lives and how they are sold in the market. Children had a fun- filled experience selling and buying vegetables from their peers. They were excited to use the weighing scale and pretend to be vegetable vendors and buyers. This enriching experience gave the students an opportunity to showcase not only their proficiency in handling money but also their marketing skills.

    The occasion was used to reinforce the concept of the health benefits of vegetables. The tiny tots also learned more about the taste, smell, color, and texture of each vegetable.

    It created a positive learning environment that provided our students an amazing experience, allowing them to connect this activity to real-life experiences."

  • Diwali, The festival of light that enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart was celebrated on 09.11.2023. Decorated in vibrant hues, the school had an ambience of joy and happiness.

    The programme began with a meaningful prayer service highlighting the message of Diwali, invoking God’s blessings. A melodious song was sung on the occasion of Diwali by the students. The students showcased the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerizing dance performance.

    The assembly concluded with the Principal giving away the message of a clean, peaceful and a bright Diwali. Children decorated diyas with colors and glitter.Both Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholeheartedly.

  • "Live each moment preserve each memory before your bachpan becomes a story"

    Food fair with fun games was organized on 09.11.2023 to mark as Children's Day.

    The food fair was inaugurated by Ms. Neena Chaku, Principal of DPS Hathras. Thereafter, celebrations begans with food fun activities. Various stalls of food items and fun games put up by teachers of different classes. The fun fete had beautifully decorated stalls of food and fun games. It was a festive atmosphere with children accompanied by their teachers and Participating in various activities.

    In the Food Fete, dance, games and different races were conducted for the children and the winners were given certificates by the Principal.

    May the innocence that they hold, stays forever in their pure heart and bring the best out for each and every one of them.


  • Delhi Public School Hathras organized Eco-Friendly Diwali drive on 06.11.2023, at Bohra Wali Devi, Ramlela Maidan and Sadabad Hathras. Street play was organized to celebrate an eco- friendly festival of light and urging others also to shun the usage of firecrackers. Under this programme, Teachers and the students from VIII to Class XII participated with full zeal and zest. Pledge Ceremony too was undertaken by the performers and locals of Hathras city.

    The Principal said that the initiative has been taken to motivate more and more citizen of Hathras towards celebrating an eco-friendly Diwali. We are working towards saving the environment. The objective of these celebrations was to make the students and parents aware about the ill-effects of bursting crackers. They were at the same time reminded to have a safe and environment-friendly Diwali.

  • Highlighting the significance of celebrating festivals, a special assembly on Dussehra, the festival that resonates the victory of good over evil was presented by the students  The assembly began with the recitation of prayer followed by a thought highlighting that every evil can be terminated with goodness and goodwill, which always leads to peace and prosperity.   They not only enjoyed listening to the story behind the festival but at the same time had a great time dressing up in the lovely attire of Garbha and dancing on the beats of foot tapping Garbha Songs.

    The Principal wished everyone a bright  and safe Dussehra  and pleaded to keep safety and clean environment as their main concern while celebrating various festivals. The event was a learning experience for all of us and enriched us about our rich Indian culture and values.

  • "Green, the colour of life renewal, nature and energy is associated with meanings of growth, harmony, freshness, safety, fertility and environment."

    On 06th of October Pre-Primary students of Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated "Green Day". The motive of celebrating green day was to make the students aware of how colour makes our world a better place and its significance. Students looked gorgeous and enthusiastic in their astonishing green attires.

    The highlight of this celebration were little commentators who stepped forward with zeal and confidence to deliver short speeches on the significance of green colour. Classrooms and boards were decorated with green-coloured objects, giving a peaceful appeal to the environment. Students participated in leaf pasting, tearing & pasting in capsicum, making frog activity. These activities were conducted to develop their fine motor and gross motor skills.

    The shades of green filled the air with freshness, thrill and ecstasy and bliss. It also prompted them to think how green colour energizes and revitalizes our lives. It was indeed an invigorating, reviving and rejuvenating experience....!!

  • "Colour always fascinate us it enlivens our environment and is an integral part of our life."

    Purple Day was celebrated with zeal and zest. Purple colour represents the imagination and dreams, spiritually calming the emotions. It was a pleasant and lovely day for our tiny tots. Tiny toddlers were beautifully dressed in purple.

    Colour recognition was done by showing purple coloured objects, vegetables and encouraged children to speak few sentences. Children took part with great enthusiasm in art and craft activities, thus reinforcing the concept of colour. This day gave the tiny tots an opportunity to identify various items associated with the colour and the entire experience strengthened their learning in an enjoyable manner.

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  • Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna, one of the most powerful and famous reincarnations of Lord Vishnu. According to the Hindu calendar, this festival is celebrated on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksh or the 8th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon. This day indicated the beginning of hope in the older times; hope, that the malicious rule of Kansa would soon end.

    To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated at DPS Hathras with mirth and joy. While this religious importance is not lost, this day signifies a lot more to modern India, it signifies excitement, euphoria and a joyous spirit of enthrallment. To celebrate the extraordinary bond between children and the Almighty, the School took the opportunity to both jubilate and learn with the young minds. The students  dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, complete with flutes, peacock feathers and matkas. The premise was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with Jhankis depicting life history of Lord Krishna. The celebration that followed was truly entertaining and educating.

    The Principal of the school, Ms. Neena Chaku blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave them the message as always, looking ahead instead of reminiscing in the past. Her words truly summed up the efficacy of celebrating festivals of devotion and obedience towards their parents and teachers.

  • "The sky takes on shades of orange during sunrise and sunset, the colour that gives you hope that the sun will set only to rise again"

    Orange Colour Day was celebrated with zeal and zest. Orange is a dynamic colour that stimulates imagination and creativity. Our little kids were dressed in shades of orange, shining brightly. The children were introduced to various other things related to the orange colour. It also symbolizes enthusiasm, hope and prosperity. The children were asked to bring orange coloured objects in the class. The soft boards were beautifully decorated with cutouts depicting various shades of orange. All the students were engaged in interesting activities. Nursery and Prep students were engaged in show and tell, colouring and object recognition activities. The students learnt how to prepare secondary colour. It was shown practically by mixing two primary colours: red and yellow.

  • BOOK FAIR 2023-24
  • “A book is a gift—one of the best gifts you can give yourself or someone else”

    Book Fair was organised in the school premises on 25-26 August 2023 and inaugurated by honorauble Principal Ma’am, Ms. Neena Chaku. It saw an overwhelming response from students and parents who had come to attend the PTI. A wide range of books from all disciplines of education were displayed, and fiction saw the greatest takers. A lucky draw was organised for book lovers.

  • HEALTH CAMP 2023-24
  • “Take Care of Your body. It’s the only place you have to live”

    We, at Delhi Public School Hathras aim “Healthy Living and High Thinking”. Feeling good about oneself and taking care of health is important for our self-esteem. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle by doing what is right for our body is the most important deed.”

    A health camp was organized on 10.08.2023. It’s organized each year so as to make our students aware about the importance of Healthy body and mind. The team members of Doctors included a General Physician, Dentist, Gynaecologist, Opthamologist for physical examination. Aproximately 400 students and 40 staff members of the school were examined. Doctor’s advised to take precautions against conjunctivitis and they emphasized the students to eat healthy balanced food and to keep himself or herself clean. Highlighted the need for mosquito nets at night and to drink boiled/clean water to prevent diseases like malaria, dengue and enteric. The students were told not be lured by fast food, coloured drinks, cold drinks and cut fruits. They focused on the Personal hygiene and gave instructions for the healthy life style to be maintained.

    The Health Camp ended with a note of thanks by the School Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku.


    Investiture Ceremony is an important event which gives a good start to the activities for the academic year. The ceremony was to badge the leaders of the academic year who would be leading this year’s all the curricular and co-curricular activities and work with the team effort and bring out new and challenging events with all the success.

    The Investiture Ceremony was graced by the presence of Mr. Upendra Gupta, BSA, Hathras. It was indeed an honor of having him as a Chief Guest for presiding the function.

    The ceremony commenced with the lamp lighting followed by motivational school group song and dance with an act by students to show team spirit. The elected leaders were conferred with badges and sash donning ceremony was conducted by honorable Chief Guest and Principal Ma’am. The Active members of different houses such as Ganga, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum House were also the part of the ceremony. The Chief Guest congratulated the members of Student Council and advised them to be impartial and honest in discharging their duties. Further he advised students to learn and follow the instructions given in school so that students become the proud citizen of the Nation. Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku also appreciated and advised them to be the role models and work for the benefit of the students. She also extended a supporting hand to the student council for the smooth functioning of the school. The Head Boy, Ashish Chaudhary and Head Girl, Nishi Sengar along with elected members took oath to hold the school motto ‘Service before Self’ in high esteem. The Vice Head girl, Koyana Singh delivered the vote of thanks. The event concluded with the National Anthem.

  • The aim was to familiarize the Parents as ‘Partners in Progress’ with the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school, teaching methodologies and the co-scholastic activities. The Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku laid stress on the holistic development of the child. She also laid stress on effective communication between the teachers and the Parents and also sought their support and suggestions.

    A student’s academic and all-round development is not just up to the school. The parents need to be involved at every step so as to keep track of the progress their ward is making over the academic year. While it may not be possible for them to do so every day, considering they would be busy with their own professional lives. The school aims Parent orientation programme to discuss various aspects of the student’s schooling.

    This is usually held once in a year for Students to bring the parents up to speed about their child’s progress as well as give them an idea of the various teaching methodologies being employed at the school. By doing so, the parents would be able to implement the learning process at home as well, ensuring the student doesn’t lose continuity in learning. They can also suggest other, more creative ways to teach, which could aid in the better learning of the students.

    The orientation programme ended on a good note with a message that happy, skillful and creative children makes the home a happy place.

  • The Pre-Primary students from Class Nursery to II of Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated ‘Pink Day’ on 07 July, 2023. It was wonderful to watch the little ones' bloom and blossom in manifold shades of pink.

    The teachers went over-board and decorated the Soft Boards with multiple posters depicting the impact of the colour pink. The tiny tots also participated in a variety of hands- on activities related to the identification of the colour. The aim of the activity was to help the young ones identify the colour in the various objects they saw around them and were explained the significance of the colour i.e., love, beauty and kindness. They bounded with joy as they learnt that pink colour could be obtained by mixing the individual colours red and white.

    It was an amazing learning experience which had a long lasting effect on each student. All the students were happy and enjoyed to the fullest.

  • “Yoga is not for only one – it’s for everyone, Yoga is not for a day- it’s for everyday.”

    International Yoga Day is observed every year on 21, June to raise awareness about this ancient practice and to celebrate the physical and spiritual skill that yoga has brought to the world. Yoga is a practice which plays an important role in relaxing the mind and body and boosting people’s immune system.

    Today, Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated International Yoga Day. It was attended by the Principal, Estate Officer, Staff members and students of Pavna Cricket Academy.

    Warm up exercises alongwith yoga postures and importance of these were explained. The celebration concluded with the speech by our Principal, Ms. Neena Chaku. She encouraged all the participants to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration and further she said the human body is made up of trillion of cells. For the poisons to be burnt and fresh room to be created, each cell has to receive more oxygen. As a result, each cell is given a boost of new energy. We are revitalized when this occurs in our bodies. We become completely aware and the right synchronization of the body and mind occurs when the trillions of cells in our body are activated.

  • SUMMER CAMP 2023-24
  • “The tans will fade away, but the memories will last forever”

    A Summer Camp concluded at Delhi Public School Hathras amid fun and learning on 26.05.2023. A fete was organized on the occasion of Closing Ceremony of the Summer Camp.

    The summer Camp included numerous activities that helped to develop physical, mental and social aspects. Our main aim was to improve both the immediate and future quality of the students.

    Our students were truly immersed in the activities and they had an amazing camp. It built confidence and memories that will last long. The students were taught to be creative and also bring out their own creativeness. Tie and die handkerchief, roller printing duppatas, block printing pillow covers, ducks, baskets etc., Numerous dance numbers, melodious songs, Mental Maths, Creative Writing, etc. These opportunities gave them a freedom to blossom in new directions.

    Students enjoyed the camp and hoping for more energizing activities in the forth coming months.

  • “Road safety is a state of mind whereas accident is an absence of mind”

    – the choice is yours!

    It is better to start learning good safety habits, right from an early age.

    To create awareness about Road safety, ‘Traffic Rules Orientation Programme’ was held at DPS Hathras on 22 May 2023. Students participated in Orientation Programme was organized by Mr. Ashok Kapoor (Past District Governor, Lions Club International). He emphasised on the essential traffic signals, walking on zebra crossing, driving in lane, following traffic lights, parking the cars, etc. would discipline them for life. Taking lead in this direction, everyone realized the importance of road safety as their first priority. The School acted as a rostrum for providing this opportunity to the students to grow intellectually and become morally upright citizen in the realm of road safety. This initiative gave an insight to the students to reflect upon their actions and ensure road safety for all.

    It is rightly said, “Speed thrills, but kills” and the trauma of the accident leaves an indelible print in the minds of people. We at DPS Hathras believe in “Safety First” is “Safety Always.” So, students were encouraged to become responsible citizens by shaping their behaviour and attitude towards road safety.

    At the end of the programme, the Principal of the school Ms. Neena Chaku thanked Mr. Ashok Kapoor for the valuable time and information he had provided to the students.

  • “There is eternal influence and power in motherhood”

    Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated Motherhood. Motherhood means family, love and containment. Some days are hard and some days are easy but ultimately the joy of raising of small humans is to powerful that not all of us get. It is a universal gift bestowed upon women by nature, conferring a great responsibility upon her. Her unconditional love is an ocean of love and care for her children that never ever ends. To show the love and respect to their mothers, the young, enthusiastic and adorable Dipsities of Hathras presented fun filled, emotional and memorable performances to pay gratitude through songs, dances to commensurate the moments.

    Fun games, surprise activities were organized for the mother’s. It was a pleasure watching the super excited moms with their dynamic and energetic activities. Mother carried back home little token of love made by their kids which filled the air with heart-warming feelings of love, gratitude and appreciation.

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