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Students of Delhi Public School, Ambala celebrates Grandparents Day “No one can do what grandparents do for young children. Grandparents shower affection on the lives of young children.” Delhi Public School Ambala celebrated Grandparents Day in honor of grandparents as they are the greatest treasures of the family, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest story tellers and keepers of tradition. On this special day, the students got acquainted with their feelings by performing songs and dances. The act performed by the students showcased the special bond they shared with their grandparents. The grandparents also shared some mesmerizing moments and relived their childhood with grandchildren. Students made cards, photo frames and collages for their lovely grandparents and gifted them as a symbol of love. The Principal of the school, Ms. Amita Dhaka, congratulated the grandparents and grandchildren on their special day. She encouraged the students to respect and be grateful to their grandparents as they are the strong foundation of every family.
Delhi Public School Ambala works for the all round development of the students. For this, various activities are organized in the school from time to time. This year the International Literacy Day was celebrated under the theme “Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces”. This theme is aimed to make the education flexible .To spread awareness about education, World Literacy Day was celebrated in the school with the purpose to make people aware of education. Young students of the school expressed their interest in education by reading and sharing books with their friends. The students showed their artistic talent by reciting poetry and making cards. Senior class students read various books and expressed their reaction. Students spread awareness among people by writing short stories and reading newspapers. The Principal of the school, Ms.Amita Dhaka appreciated and encouraged these efforts of the students.
Students of Delhi Public School celebrated Teacher's Day “Teacher has an important role in everyone's life. He is a teacher, who not only grooms our character but also teaches us the tricks of living life." Delhi Public School Ambala celebrates Teacher's Day on 5 September every year to honor teachers in the field of education. Teacher’s day marks the birth anniversary of birthday of former President of the country, scholar, philosopher, teacher and Bharat Ratna awardee Dr. Radhakrishnan Sarvepalli. The students of the school organized Teacher's Day celebrations to show their respect and love for their teachers. The students displayed their artistic talent by making beautiful cards, singing songs in their melodious voices for all the teachers to show their gratitude and appreciation for the teachers. Senior students made Teacher's Day even more special by writing messages, poems and slogans for the teachers. Apart from showing their appreciation for their teachers, the students shared the attractive qualities of their teachers. All the teachers were overwhelmed by their efforts. The principal of the school, Amita Dhaka, congratulated all the teachers and motivated all the teachers to contribute more towards the nation.
Rain Dance, Orange Color Day Celebration
DPS shows its Victory in Inter School Chess Competition
Delhi Public School Ambala celebrated Krishna Janmashtami, an annual commemoration of birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, the most powerful reincarnations of Lord Vishnu. Tiny tots dressed up beautifully as Lord Krishna and Radha. Their innocent looks with flutes, peacock feathers and matkis enlivened Krishna’s childhood. The students showcased their talent by role play on the life of Lord Krishna. School hall was well decorated for the celebration. The spirit of festivity was enhanced with fragrance of flowers, soothing aroma of burning camphor. Aarti, bhajans were recited and songs related to Janmashtami were played. The Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka congratulated everyone on this occasion. She, in her address, threw light on Lord Krishna’s teachings. She said the holy occasion promotes brotherhood and establishes faith in God.
Celebration of Independence Day was a proud moment for every student of Delhi Public School ,Ambala . Everyone in the Campus was geared up and enthused for the momentous occasion. A cultural programme was presented on the occasion.To celebrate ‘Azaadi ka Amrit Mahostav’ students of D.P.S Ambala paid a tribute to the freedom fighters and celebrated these 75 years by singing and dancing on 75 songs of patriotism composed before and after Independence. National flag was unfurled by the Honourable Principal of the School Ms.Amita Dhaka. To keep alive the flame of patriotism and mark the celebration of 75th Independence Day, the premises was filled with national spirit and love for the country. The Principal threw light on the importance of the Day. The celebrations of the red letter day concluded with the National Anthem.
Students of Delhi Public School, Ambala participated enthusiastically in the activities conducted on the festival of Rakshabandhan, a symbol of love between siblings. All the Dipsites tried their best to sustain the importance of this age- old festival. Small children displayed their tender feelings of love by filling beautiful colors in the pictures of the Rakhis and decorating Rakhis. Junior wing students created beautiful Rakshasutras and cards for their brothers and sisters and wrote messages of prayers for longevity of their lives. Senior students also highlighted the importance of their younger or elder siblings in their lives through speeches. They experienced the joy of sharing their thoughts while recalling many childhood incidents. They elucidated the history of Raksha Bandhan with their classmates and teachers. Ms. Amita Dhaka, Principal of the school wished everyone on the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan. She urged to value the pure relationship between brothers and sisters and to celebrate the festival in full spirit with reverence. She suggested to maintain sweetness in this relationship throughout life by investing little care and time for each other.
Sports Activity of July Month
Parental love is the only love that is truly selfless, unconditional and forgiving.To honor and appreciate the efforts put in by the parents in upbringing of their wards, Parents’ Day was celebrated by the students of Delhi Public School, Ambala. To express the gratitude that the children owe to their parents for the manifold responsibilities, sacrifices and challenges, they face daily in giving only the best, the students used their creativity in various activities like Show and Tell, Photo Album, Act like Parents, Just a minute and Extempore. Ms. Amita Dhaka, the Principal appreciated the immense love shown by the students and blessed them to be born in an amazing family and to have such lovely parents in their lives.
Delhi Public School, Ambala feels immensely proud of its stupendous students, who with their firm determination, sweat and commitment have come out with flying colors with an excellent result in class X and XII CBSE examination. From XII, Snaeh has topped from Medical stream with 94.4%, Anaamaya Maithani has topped from Non-Medical stream, Sharvi Bansal has attained the highest from Commerce stream with 91.6% and Palak Manchanda has scored the highest from Arts stream with 91.4%. The highest scorers, who have displayed their outstanding efforts from different subjects are in Physical Education the highest score is 99 attained by Snaeh and Jeslyn Verma, Snaeh scored 97 in Chemistry, Gauransh Pundir attained 97 in I.P, Aditi bagged 96 in Music, Palak Manchanda got the highest score of 95 in Political Science and Muskan Rana scored 95 in Psychology. Anaamaya Maithani and Snaeh scored 95 each in Physics, Anaamaya Maithani attained 95 in Maths, Aeishani bagged 94 in Business Studies, Tirath Chandel attained 94 in Accounts and Muska Rana too scored 94 in Legal Studies, Anaamaya Maithani bagged 93 in English, Sharvi Bansal scored 92 in Economics, Snaeh bagged 92 in Biology and Muskan Rana scored the highest in History by bagging 91. Our Class 10th students too have left no stone unturned to bring laurel to school, Abhilekh Yadav bagged the highest score of 97.4% , the other highest scorers are Ritwik Sharma attaining 100 in Maths, Joy Singh bagged 98 in Hindi, Ritwik Sharma scored 98 in English, Bavneet bagged 98 in Hindi ,Joy Singh scored 97 in SST, Abhilekh and Agrima bagged 97 in I.T. The Management of D.P.S Ambala, the Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka, the entire faculty and staff congratulated the students and their proud parents for such an outstanding results and also encouraged the students to believe in themselves and attain the impossible in their unimaginable ways through hard work, perseverance and do their best in their future endeavors and bring laurel to the country.
Reimagining Youth Skills Post- Pandemic. To share and spread awareness of the various skills, which is the need of the hour and how various stakeholders can contribute to ensure the youth of India are Future- ready, World Youth Skills day was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the students of Delhi Public School, Ambala. The students showed their great zeal by participating in various activities like English Declamation, Skimming and scanning, Calligraphy, Show and Tell and Fun with dots, numbers and letters. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the efforts put in by the students and motivated them to stay aware and acknowledge the importance of equipping themselves with crucial skills that prepare them for employment and entrepreneurship.
An auspicious tree plantation week was organized in Delhi Public School, Ambala to create an awareness regarding global warming and its adverse effect on us. A great variety of herbal plants were planted in the school’s Herbal Garden and periphery of the school playground to create an awareness about saving trees. The enthusiastic students participated in various activities like coloring, painting, collage, poster making, drawing, slogan making, English declamation and street play.The students pledged to plant as many trees as possible near their areas so as to create a very healthy environment and contribute in minimizing the climatic changes. The Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the honest efforts of the children for a noble cause and saving the mother Earth.
A world of 8 billion: Towards a resilient future for all- Harnessing opportunities and ensuring rights and choices for all. On the occasion of the World Population Day, the students of Delhi Public School, Ambala expressed their deep concern and care for the healthy growth and Safety of the human race. They showcased their sincere efforts in displaying their talent in various activities like story telling, Calligraphy, Collage, Slogan, Drawing, World Map Activity and Class Debate, with the motive to raise awareness of Global Population issues. The Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka applauded the efforts of the students and urged them to become good citizens and imbibe good values and ethics in their lives.
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” The students of Delhi Public School, Ambala enthusiastically participated to mark International Yoga Day and convey the message of keeping mind and body fit through various asanas followed by Omkar chanting. The word Yoga is derived from Sanskrit, meaning to unite, this unity signifies the ultimate union of the body with consciousness and thus attaining definitive peace. The students from various classes shared their photos and videos performing asanas with their family members. This celebration is a reminder to incorporate Yoga in every day routine to enjoy a happy life and reduce the effects of stress and other physical ailments.
“Your arms were always open when I needed a hug; your heart understood when I needed a friend; your gentle eyes were stern when I needed a lesson; your strength gave me wings so that I could learn to fly.” The students of Delhi Public School, Ambala celebrated Father’s Day, expressing their love for their fathers on a virtual platform on 19th June,2022. The children were excited to make their daddies proud in a rejoicing, engaging and loving way, showcasing filial respect and gratitude in a spectacular way. It was lovely to see the father-child duo sitting together in color coordinated T-shirts. The enthusiastic students and their fathers actively participated in various activities like dancing to tunes, singing melodies, capturing attractive moments and clicking selfies. The children giggled, embraced and enjoyed those auspicious moments, thanking them for all the things they do for them. The entire occasion was touching, rejuvenating and moved many daddy to tears. The children’s efforts were appreciated and made them realize that the value of a loving father has no price.
Trip to Manali
Trip to Waterpark
Yellow Day Celebration
Fun Races
‘It’s not that we use Technology, we live Technology.’The students of Delhi Public School, Ambala celebrated, National Technology Day to commemorate the day. The day marks the importance of scientists and engineers in helping India achieve technological advancement and keeping pace with the scientifically advanced countries. To celebrate this day the students enthusiastically participated in inter-house Quiz, Collage making, Drawing, PPT making and IT Multimedia Competition. The Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the efforts and endeavor of the students in expressing their views on the role of technology being indispensable in our day to day life.
Mother's Day Celebration
“All labour that lifts humanity has dignity and importance, and hence should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” To celebrate this painstaking effort of the labour force, that work tirelessly, the international worker’s Day also called as Labour Day, was celebrated at Delhi Public School with great zeal. The students were indulged in various types of activities like fun filled craft activity, thankyou flowers and cards making, creative writing “on a day without helpers” and many more. The Children expressed gratitude by giving cards and flowers to different helpers of the school. Thus making the support staff feel special. Laughing is a powerful emotion to change the world into a peaceful and positive place. With this perspective World Laughter Day was also celebrated by the students. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the students’ efforts and was overwhelmed by this act of thankfulness and respect for everyone. She also added that laughter is the language of the soul and a day without laughter is a day wasted. On this occasion of Labour Day and Laughter Day students gave an outstanding performance with their funny jokes, stand up comedy and mimicry.
“Talent is nothing more than a pursued interest”. Delhi Public School always strives to nurture the interest potential that each and every student has. With the same spirit, a real platform was given to the students to showcase their entertainment skills through a Talent Hunt- Marvellous me. Each participant took the audience into their spell through their truly creative and enchanting acts. The Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated their performances and strongly believes that kids prosper best with abroad curriculum that celebrates their various talents.
“Every child is a different kind of flower and all together makes this world a beautiful garden.” To make the students feel special and wishing them the biggest slice of happiness, a Birthday Party along with Sports activities was organized at Delhi Public School, Ambala. It was a Fun Friday which was enjoyed immensely with enthusiasm . The students were overwhelmed and participated with great zeal and fervor. The main highlights of the day were Minie and Bunny race, for the students of Nursery to Senior Prep. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the efforts and believes that students’ learning is not confined to four walls of a classroom but outside the class as it acts as a rejuvenating therapy to change one’s attitude, mind, body and mood.
“Preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known.” Like every year children of Delhi Public School, Ambala decided to take a pledge to bring a change in the life style that would impact not only those within the school but also the community outside of the world. On this special occasion of Earth Day, several activities were organized like G.K Quiz, Best out of waste, Seed germination activity, Fashion show on recycled items, Debate, Slogan, Poster and Collage making. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka motivated the students to take this cause forward by spreading the message and taking action before it’s too late.
To promote cultural heritage and diversity of the world’s monuments, Delhi Public School, Ambala conducted a number of activities to strengthen and safeguard Heritage world-wide. The students enthusiastically participated in various activities like School’s Round, Quiz, inter-house Slogan writing, Poster and Collage making, so that they understand the importance of our rich Heritage and preserve them. Ms. Amita Dhaka the Principal of the school inspired the students to celebrate their rich culture and tradition as they are a part of our identity and let’s protect it at any cost.
Baisakhi is a vibrant and peppy festival that symbolizes the season of change, when the old is gone and the new and fresh emerges. To keep up the high spirit of this auspicious moment Delhi Public School, Ambala organized a special assembly full of fervor. The students presented a series of cultural items apprising everyone of the importance of the festival through melodious songs, energetic Bhangra, speech and many more. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka appreciated the students’ initiative and encouraged them to come up brilliantly with their creativity and ingenuity. She wished and hopes that May Waheguru blesses every member of DPS family with growth, health and peace.
“Health is a fundamental human right and one who has health, has everything.” Keeping this view in mind, World Health Day 2022, was celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal at Delhi Public School, Ambala on April 7,2022. On this special occasion all the enthusiastic students participated in the various activities like Food labelling, Placard writing, Slogan, Poster, Drawing, Collage making, Vegetable and fruit crafting and many more. Responding to the World Health Organization’s call for urgent action to eliminate health inequalities and mobilize action to attain better health a Debate competition was also conducted by the senior students and promised to maintain a complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. The Principal of the school Ms. Amita Dhaka motivated students to adopt a healthy living style and keep a good care of the personal hygiene, which is the need of the hour.
‘Science of today is the technology of tomorrow’ National Science day was celebrated by the students of Delhi Public School Ambala on February28 2022 through online activities. This day is celebrated to remember the great invention by the Indian Physicist Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman who discovered ‘Raman Effect’. With an aim to attract, motivate and to enhance scientific temperament among students various activities were conducted for them. Tiny tots enjoyed watching sink and float and bean sprout activities in their online classes. Students of Primary wing participated in activities like ‘Bottled waves’ and ‘invisible writing',’ magnet plays. Games of colors .Senior students actively participated in power point Presentation of different topics and displayed working models. Every child was motivated to prepare project/ model and demonstrated their projects through video. It was indeed a very knowledgeable day in which the main motive was to spread a message about the importance of Science used in the daily life of the people..
Basant Panchmi was celebrated in Delhi Public School Ambala with great fervour and enthusiasm. .Basant Panchmi also marks the advent of the spring season . Basant Panchmi is celebrated to worship Saraswati, the Goddess of knowledge and wisdom who is believed to have descended to Earth on this day.Yellow colour – represent knowledge, is of importance on Basant Panchmi. People wear yellow clothes and make yellow colour dishes and Prasad.Different online activities were conducted for the students to mark the importance of the day.The tiny tots attired in vibrant hues of yellow to mark the importance of the day.The children participated in kite making and enjoyed kite flying . The spring of joy took over when a prayer ceremony worshipping Goddess Saraswati was led by offerings of spring flowers by senior students & staff of the school Principal of the school Ms.Amita Dhaka motivated the students to be progressive learners, setting big goals and putting dedicated efforts as a promising & flourishing human harvest.
Freedom in the mind, strength in the words, pureness in our blood, pride in our souls, zeal in our hearts, let's salute India on this Republic Day. Delhi Public school, Ambala celebrated 73rd Republic Day with immense patriotic fervour and zeal through an online platform. A plethora of activities were organised to infuse the spirit of unity, brotherhood and patriotism among the students. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity and brotherhood. The honourable Principal of school Ms. Amita Dhaka hoisted the national flag amidst singing of our national Anthem. The students of the Primary wing presented soulful songs and dance to celebrate the monumental day. They were shown informative videos, reiterating the importance of the Drafting Committee headed by Dr B.R.Ambedkar. The national sentiments were rekindled by enthralling dance performances by the students of middle wing which were greatly applauded and appreciated by all the audience. Our young innovators showcased their writing skills with great zeal and excitedly expressed their love for nation. The School Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka inspired the students with her motivational words and told all the students to abide by the constitution of their motherland and fulfill all their duties as responsible citizens.
Christmas Day
School Media
Christmas Day Celebration
Childrens Day
Independence Day Celebration