• “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.

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