School activities play a significant role in the holistic development of students. Co-curricular activities are the application part of skills learned and achieved during academic activities. It enhances our social skills, intellectual skills, collaborative skills etc.

At DPS Aligarh, we settle for student initiated activities that encompasses everything possible under the sun. The range of activities offered include

Art and Craft- The vibrancy of the colours and the intricate and minute evolvement of creative initiatives seem to paint the wall of the Art Gallery. Students throng the very premises of the Art Gallery to relish upon the feast of colours and patterns. Inter House and Intra House activities are a common sight every Wednesday.

Music and Dance- Nothing soothes the wary soul more than music and nothing inspires the soul greater than music. The faculty entrusted with the sublimity of music and dance has always managed to inspire a few souls to produce Musicians and Dancers, lime lighted at every event. Apart from the School activities the students have also held the school flag high at different Inter DPS events as well as Inter School Events at both state and national level.

Theatrics and Public Speaking - Regular activities like Extempore, Speech, Debate, One act plays etc have added to the grandeur of multi Lingual character of the schools. The Language Dept remains at its toes to sharpen the oratory and acting skills of the students. These activities have also rendered in the development of presentation skill.

  • “A Mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take”

    Mother’s day is a special day, for all children and mothers as it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. To celebrate and honor motherhood the students of DPS ALIGARH took an initiative on behalf of all the children to make sure their moms feel special and honored on this day. /p>

    The students put up a special assembly. They started assembly with a beautiful thought on mother. The choir group also sang a song and the students expressed their views on the importance of mothers in our lives. And on this special day class toppers of IMO were given gold medal.

    To show their love and respect for their mother, the young, enthusiastic students made a beautiful mini album and designed a t-shirt for their super moms. Ms. Arti Jha, Principal of Delhi Public School Aligarh extended her greetings to all mothers and educators and also addressed the ability of super moms to handle a variety of demands being thrown at them in quick succession. She also congratulated the class toppers of IMO.

  • “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it”

    Earth Day is a proof that even one person can make a global impact in a positive way. Echoing the same, Delhi Public School, Aligarh celebrated “The Earth Day” through a series of activities on 22nd April. The whole school, whether it was the students, support staff, teachers, guards, admin staff or helpers took part in this “Go- Green initiative”. The celebration commenced with the morning assembly, conducted by the students of Class VIII B, where the importance of preserving Earth was explained to the students through various mediums. Principal Ms. Arti Jha, advised the children to reuse, recycle and avoid using anything that harms our planet. The assembly concluded with a thoughtful note to preserve natural resources, and contribute our bit to the same. The students were reminded of simple doable actions towards saving Mother Earth. On this day, we try to plant a sapling or a plant which helps us from avoiding global warming.

    Array of creative events were organized with a view to sensitize the children about the conservation of natural resources and to motivate them to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful. Our Environmental conservationists from the Kindergarten and the Primary Wing contributed by doing various activities to create maximum awareness and impact. In the primary wing ,It was celebrated through educational and action- oriented activities that were fun. The Teachers indulged them into art & craft activities with clay representing Mother Earth, with blue and green colours symbolizing land and water,to remind the students of their duties towards ‘Mother Nature’ and some significant contributions that they could make to support ‘Go Green’ drive. They were advised to adopt a tree and to encourage the same; students planted their saplings in pots. The tiny tots took an oath on the Earth Day to keep their environment clean and plant more trees.!

  • ADVENTURE CAMP 2023-24
  • "To have an adventurous life, we have to lose the fear of failing"

    Delhi Public School Aligarh provides several opportunities for its students to explore a life outside their comfort zone. One such endeavour was inaugurated by Ms. Aarti Nigam, Principal of Pavna International School ,on March 22, 2023 in PIS ground. The Adventure camp lasted for 2 nights and 3 days and included activities like rappeling, zip lining, flying fox, zorbing, archery, commando net, wall climbing, tent pitching, Burma bridge among several others. The students enjoyed staying in spacious tents with their friends, dancing to the cold with a campfire at night, having sumptuous meals at the beautiful cafeteria and participating in various challenging activities to test their risk taking and decision making skills.

    Classes I to III  had a whole day of activities and Classes IV to VI had overnight camp to make them learn about critical thinking ,organising their things and doing things comfortably on their own. The trip was highly worthwhile, and concluded with enthralling cultural presentations. The students were awarded with certificates by School.

  • “Excellence is never an accident, and no one can ever dispute that. The ability to recognise barriers as opportunities is the product of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent guidance, skillful execution, and vision”

    There are numerous House competitions held throughout the year, which demonstrate the value the school places on both extracurricular and core curriculum activities. The house that obtains the most points at the end of the year receives the coveted Cock House Trophy as well as the traditional moniker of "Cock House." This year, Ganga House emerged as the runners-up, with Ravi House taking first place and receiving the trophy for the session 2022-23. Our esteemed Principal Ms. Arti Jha congratulated the winning house and encouraged the kids to continue their efforts by utilising all of the possibilities that were available as Participation should be always  prioritised before winning or losing.

  • “Freedom of thought, strength in our convictions and pride in our heritage. Let’s salute the Nation on Republic Day”

    Every year, we at Delhi Public School Aligarh affirm our loyalty to our nation, paying tribute to the sacrifices made by our unsung heroes, and recommit ourselves to create the India of our dreams—one that is stronger and better.

    The special assembly of Republic day was conducted in the school campus which commenced with thought of the day, news and a beautiful poem on the pride of being an Indian Citizen.

    Followed by the mesmerizing song and a magical dance performance through which the students sprinkled colour of patriotism in the school premises.

    Proceeding further, It was also the day to present our learners with token of appreciation and thereby the winners of

    Akhil Bhartiya Rajbhasa Hindi Pratiyogita' which was held on September 7, 2022, at the Delhi Public School in Aligarh that witnessed an overwhelming participation of 270 students from grades 2 to 10 were awarded. The awardees who brought honour to our school received medals and certificates from our esteemed principal, Mrs. Arti Jha. The learners also received the "Face of the Month" award, which is given to students on a class-by-class basis to boost their confidence and self-esteem.

    While wrapping up the assembly, the principles of justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity were emphasised by our Respected Principal.She further guided the students about the reason for celebrating this occasion and the importance of Constitution of India .She also appreciated and congratulated the winners for their efforts, and encouraged them to never give up on their goals and keep pursuing their dreams. The whole assembly was conducted beautifully by Ravi house.

  • "Christmas isn't a season, it's a feeling"

    To celebrate this beautiful feeling, Delhi Public School Aligarh conducted a special assembly on Christmas two days prior to it on December 23, 2022 Friday which saw overwhelming participation and excitement from students of all grades and ages. The adorable students from Nursery and pre-primary presented a beautiful dance number along with Christmas carols and famous Christmas songs. The children got really elated when Santa distributed chocolate from his big bag and greeted them with the warmest smile of the year. With the high spirits of Christmas and the upcoming new year, the Principal Mrs. Arti Jha elaborated how Christmas is not only about gifts and families, but also about love, understanding and respecting the culture that binds us together.

  • “Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future”

    The most happening event of the town  Festiverse…..The celebration of freedom  was organized at Delhi Public School Aligarh on 13th November, DPS Aligarh opened its gates for fun and colourful stalls of apparels, games, edibles to relish and tried to fill lives with happiness and new memories.The event was inaugurated by honourable DIG Mr. Deepak Kumar and his Gorgeous wife Ms.Moni Sandilya alongwith the revered guest, our very own Ms. Priya Jain .

    This event ispired everyone to let their inner child bloom and celebrate the  freedom of one's soul, learn and Smile  at the same time.. This event provided a much needed platform and was highly beneficial in strengthening the parent-child relationship. Our respected Principal welcomed all with open arms and precious words of wisdom.

    The teachers of DPS Aligarh showcased a beautiful musical performance which was loved by everyone. There was also a surprise performance by a talented student of class 2.Talking about the stalls,every stall stood unique to itself and the teachers left no stones unturned to make their stalls the bestest. These kinds of events encourages individuality and fills positivity in our hearts and minds.

  • "Victory is in the quality of competition and not the final score"

    Sports and co-curricular activities ensure holistic development of students by providing learning experiences that are an extension of core educational and developmental experiences. These activities facilitate sportsman spirit, improve physical endurance, promote healthy competition, and foster sporting proficiency levels of students.

    Keeping this in the mind, DPS Aligarh organized various Intraclass and Inter house Sports Competition in the Month of November and December. The school organized number of competitions like 50m race, 100m race, long jump ,hurdle race, shuttle run and ring race for all the different classes. Interhouse Basketball Competition attracted a lot of attention. Students of class IX to XII played extremely well.

    Apart from the track disciplines we also had a couple of field events as well as Interhouse chess tournament and Table - Tennis tournament. Results were announced in the special assembly. Principal Mrs. Arti Jha appreciated the efforts of the Teachers and congratulated the winners. She appreciated the participation of all the participants.

  • “Life shouldn't only be lived, it should be celebrated.”

    Incorporating this beautiful thought, Delhi Public School Aligarh celebrated an early Diwali on October 21, Friday with an array of performances in its special assembly. All classes, from Nursery to XII assembled at the ground for this special occasion. The celebration started with a special prayer and prayer song, followed by sharing the thought of the day, news across the world and the significance of celebrating the festival of lights to fight all our battles against the dark. Diwali, which is also believed to be the longest night is celebrated in not only all parts of India, but also in countries like Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan among several others.

    People participate in festivities, sharing sweets, memories and time with each other during this special occasion. The Principal Mrs. Arti Jha encouraged the students to 'declutter' by sharing what they no longer need with someone who might find it useful in this Diwali. She also added how it is important to understand the significance of this festival, why it is being celebrated not just in India but also in several other countries across the globe. The event also witnessed a special song and dance performance by senior students. The award for the Face of the Month made this occasion even more special, as students were awarded for their exemplary work or contribution to the school during the months of August and September. The event which witnessed an overwhelming number of participants turned out to be a mood booster, as well as a great kickstart to Diwali holidays.

  • “The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless”

    DPS Aligarh organised a fancy dress competition for the Grade II with the theme of Ramayana.The children dressed as the characters from Ramayana were brilliant in their own way. It was a delight from start to finish with children, in an array of glittering costumes including that of Rama ,Sita , and Ravan mouthing famous dialogues of them, leaving the audience enthralled.Through this activity kids were given a chance to connect with mythology. They were all smartly dressed up and took part with much enthusiasm. The students presented themselves by sharing information about the characters they depicted.

    Ms .Suman Singh was the judge appointed for the event, talking about the competition she said “Ramayana has always been an important part and parcel of our Hindu Culture. The great epic teaches about various virtues to be followed in our lives to make it worth living”.

    The newness and adoption of western culture has somewhere effected the knowledge of Our great epics .By these theme students were able to get into the skin of the Gods and Goddesses.

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

    Although it's thought as merely a fun activity , fancy dress is actually quite good for kids, especially for preschoolers and kids who are still developing their vocabulary and imagination. On October 13, 2022, DPS Aligarh held a fancy dress competition for the Grade I pupils in order to foster creativity, ingenuity, and self-assurance. The students showed off their diversity and participated in great numbers. The fancy dress contest had "Nature" as its theme.It was great way to make them aware about the conservation of nature.

    Ms Shalini Jain was appointed as the judge for the event.She enlightened the kids by making them aware of the current situation and the changes in climatic pattern.Furthermore she also told them about the various ways to conserve their environment and keep it clean and green.

  • Delhi Public School Aligarh was  elated to treasure the arrival of Spic Macay's founder Padma Shri Awardee Dr. Kiran Seth on October 10, 2022. He is on his Solo Cycle Yatra from Kashmir to Kanyakumari which began on August 15, 2022 from Srinagar and which will conclude at Kanyakumari by January 31, 2023. In each city, big or small, he stopped and visited educational institutions to talk to students about our composite heritage and other topics like environment and culture!

    The four objectives of this yatra are:

    • To celebrate India’s ‘composite heritage’ and culture.
    • To promote cycling for ‘good health and clean environment’.
    • To spread Mahatma Gandhi's message of ‘simple living and high thinking’.
    • To induct more volunteers into the SPIC MACAY movement.

    The Principals of 12 reputed schools along with distinct personalities of Aligarh,the active members of Spic MaCay attended the orientation and conceptualization of its modules ,which was  followed by Press meet.There were melodious renditions which touched the chords of each and everyone's hearts presented by the students.Principal Arti Jha, welcomed him and addressed the cause and impact of Spic Macay's initiative enlightening the gathering about the composite cultural heritage and glory of our country.The event concluded by a soulful song by Johnny Foster Sir which explained the significance of unity and integrity .

  • A special assembly was conducted by Ravi House on the occasion of Janamashtami, a festival which commemorates the earthly arrival of Lord Krishna. A melodious bhajan was presented by School Choir that added solemnity to the occasion.Little girls dressed as gopis, Radha and Lord Krishna did the raas leela to a beautiful song.The assembly concluded with a message from Regarded Principal Ms.Arti Jha, who elucidated the significance of Janamashtami festival. She encouraged the young minds to be कर्मयोगी by quoting the famous quote of Holy book Bhagvad Geeta कर्मण्येवाधिकारस्ते मा फलेषु कदाचन। मा कर्मफलहेतुर्भूर्मा ते सङ्गोऽस्त्वकर्मणि

    She further said that this festival is the symbol of goodwill and togetherness thereby wishing everyone a happy and prosperous Janmashtami.

  • “Friends change. Lovers leave. Siblings are eternal”

    A brother and sister’s relationship is one that lasts a lifetime and is characterised by enduring memories. Despite their adorable quarrels, they always support, cheer, and stand by one another. Love and trust keep the seesaw of a sibling relationship in check.On this note Ganga House conducted a special assembly for Raksha Bandhan on August 10, 2022. The performance opened with a thought for the day and the top news stories, which were then followed by a beautiful rendition by school choir and a brilliant dance with the magical rhythm of footsteps by the students from classes 5 and 6 ,to honour the essence of the sibling bond .It was a mixed assembly for both Rakshabandhan and Independence day.

    After Raksha bandhan celebrations ,there was an enthralling dance performance on a melodious patriotic track .The entire ambience of School premises was filled with the colour of patriotism. The tricolour waving in the air was an enchanting view to watch. The assembly concluded by the respected Principal’s address who explained the significance of tying “Rakhi” on brothers’ hands and explained the meaning of this Festival. She also motivated our young learners to take the responsibility to develop our country and do even tiniest bit everyday to make our country shine brighter. Moreover She instilled the true essence of Patriotism in the hearts and minds of the students that ended with slogans of Jai Hind and Vande Matram.

  • “Let's hold the head high, like the birds, fly in the open sky. Bonne Fete Nationale!”

    French Bastille Day, also known as France’s National Day, is celebrated every year on July 14.On this day Chenab house organised special assembly in premises of DPS Aligarh. Special assembly undoubtedly holds a significant position out of all the routine activities in school. The assembly was commenced with morning prayer followed by compering done by students in French only. Students also shared latest updates and interesting facts with children present in assembly ground.

    Musical performance was given by student in French only which left the audience in awe with him. The assembly came to its finale with the students performing energetic French dance. The Principal addressed the gathering with the encouraging words of wisdom. The assembly culminated with the rendition of the National Anthem. It was once again proved that when students and teachers work together they surely create masterpieces.

  • “Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim, the better your practice, the brighter the flame..”

    International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on 21st June to raise awareness worldwide about the benefits of Yoga in daily life. For creating awareness among our students, DPS Aligarh organized a yoga session in which the simple and easy aasanas that could be done easily by children, were demonstrated, also it’s importance was explained to them.

    One may reap numerous benefits for health, mind and soul, by performing yoga aasanas. It makes your body flexible,mind thoughtful and energizes the soul.Thus,Yoga brings balance between body, soul and mind. Respected Principal Arti Jha, addressed the learners and motivated the young minds to include yoga, even for 10 minutes, in their daily schedule as she quoted "Yoga makes you harmonious with nature and teaches you to be joyfully curious about your inner world."

    Following were the activities taken up by the students in the camp under professional guidance and experts in the respective fields :

    “Yoga for Humanity” is the theme for International Day of Yoga this year. So let’s value it and perform it and contribute our bit to humanity.

    Happy Yoga Day!

  • SUMMER CAMP 2022-23
  • “Summer is filled with breaking rules & standing apart, ignoring your head and following your heart.”

    This year in 2022-2023, our children got an opportunity to join Summer Camp – The Quest in Pavna International School.

    The Quest aimed at keeping the students engaged & provided them an even platform to explore and express their creativity, in any form. They not only made memories while having fun but they were able to face their fears, try new things, pushed their boundaries and realized self-sufficiency. They were able to make new friends amidst lot of laughs & learnt team spirit.

    Every activity worth doing has a learning curve.

    Following were the activities taken up by the students in the camp under professional guidance and experts in the respective fields :

    • 1. Sculpture making: Students tried their hands on it and learnt the basics of sculpting
    • 2. Cooking without fire: Everyone can cook and without fire is a boon for kids. Kids enjoyed making different dishes.
    • 3. Industrial designing: Students learnt the use of machine on rough surface of wood, to make it soft. They learnt to cut wood with jigsaw machine.
    • 4. School tour: Students took a tour and enjoyed the breathtaking view of the premises.
    • 5. Dance: Students love dancing and enjoyed a bit more.
    • 6. Drama: Students were informed about the basics and explained about the perspective of doing or watching or creating drama.
    • 7. Team building activity: Team-building games and activities are a fun way to help students learn to work together, listen carefully, communicate clearly, and think creatively. They also give students the chance to get to know each other, build trust as a community and, best of all, have fun!

    All the activities were taken up by the students, diligently and zealously. Not only they had fun but also they were exposed to different concepts, which would help each kid for an overall development of their personality.

  • To mark the auspicious occasion of Mothers' day and Red Cross day, a special assembly was conducted by Jhelum house on 6 th May, 2022, Friday to make students understand the significance of mother’s day as it celebrates the existence of mothers and appreciates all they do for their children as well as to tell importance of the red cross day as it celebrates the spirit of the volunteers to provide medical help to everyone without any discrimination.

    Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate everything that our moms mean to us. While it’s not the only occasion we honor our mothers, it is one that lets the most important woman in our lives know just how greatly she is appreciated. A mother’s love is a beautiful thing that can’t be captured in just one word and the people who volunteer to work for the benefit of the people in distress are the most inspiring people of all.

    The assembly was hosted by Ms. Chetanya and Master Puneet. The assembly began with the inspiring thought by Dhratika emphasizing on Mother's day, which celebrates the bond of love and affection between a mother and a child that is everlasting. The news headlines for the day was presented by Agrima Saraswat. A beautiful poem was recited by Manya Arora which was again dedicated to mothers. The group of students presented a melodious song and a beautiful dance performance which really made everyone think about how special is the existence of a Mother and how much they depend on her and need her in their lives. Students of Class VI also presented a Nukkad Natak displaying the importance of first aid as well as blood donation, one donation from us can save the lives of up to 3 people in danger.

    The assembly was concluded with the address by Principal Madam, where she spoke about the importance of our mother’s in our life. Mothers are God's unique gift to children and the world celebrates the supreme sacrifices made by mothers for their children. She also emphasized on the importance of first aid and blood donation as well. And said that we should pay tribute to members and volunteers of the organisation who contribute to humanitarian work.

    #Maa_hai_to_sab_hai !

    #Rakt_daan_hai_mahadaan !

  • “Preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, it’s the only home we’ve ever known.!”

    A special assembly on Earth Day was organised by Ravi House on 22nd April, Friday, to propel fellow students to feel a greater sense of responsibility about protecting our planet.

    Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22. On this day, events are held worldwide to show support for environmental protection. Earth Day reminds us to be loving and caring towards our Earth. It creates an awareness about sustainable way of using our resources and in turn making our environment healthy.The theme of this year’s Earth Day is “Invest In Our Planet”. We can achieve that by acting (boldly), innovating (broadly), and implementing (equitably).

    The leading hosts for the day were Ms.Pavni and Ms.Maryam.The assembly started with a beautiful thought by Yashvi,with an insight that Our planet is more important than the wealth in our banks followed by news headlines by Pratishtha.A beautiful poem recited by Tanmay, written by ParshuramShukla made everyone introspect themselves and shared a glimpse of the benefits that our nature provides us, without any discrimination and a gentle reminder to contribute our bit to its well-being.

    Taking our traditional culture in their hearts and minds, TheDance grouppresented a mesmerizing performance inodissi dance form with the symphony of our environment. Towards the end, there was a felicitation ceremony in which the House Incharge of Ravi house, presented HonorablePrincipal with a sapling to create awareness about planting more trees to make our earth, a better place than today to live in.

    The special assembly concluded with respected Principal’s Aarti Jha address, where she spoke about compensating the actions that harms our environment, rather than banning all the advanced gadgets that we use. Furthermore She stressed on the three R’s –Reduce, Reuse, and recycle. It was an awe-inspiring special assembly.

  • The Birth Anniversary of Lord Mahavira Swamy, the 24 th Tirthankar Prophet of jains, was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm on 13 April 2022 in Delhi Public School Aligarh. A special House Assembly was organized by the teachers and the students of ‘Ganga House’ where all the students learnt about the life and noble teachings of Lord Mahavira. The assembly was started with a beautiful morning prayer to invoke the blessings of the Almighty. Assembly was enriched with a beautiful thought, a new word, News Headlines, dance, and a melodious poem which was recited by Navya Jain, student of class IX. A virtue was delivered by Brahmi Jain , student of class X in which she highlighted the whole life cycle, morals and teachings of Bhagwan Mahavira Swamy.

    The Academic Co ordinator of the school, Mr. Intizar Ahmad concluded the assembly by addressing the gathering of students and teachers. He congratulated all the teachers and the students and appreciated a lot the efforts of the students. He asked them to inculcate the teachings and values of Mahavira Swamy in their daily life.

  • “Health is like money we never have a true idea of it’s value until we lose it”

    World health day is celebrated  on 7th March every year to make people aware about the importance of health so that they can cherish a healthy and happy life.On world health day a special assembly was organised in DPS Aligarh by Chenab house. The assembly was begun with a beautiful thought emphasising value of healthy lifestyle in today’s age .Few interesting facts were also told by students which left audience amazed. Daily news followed by virtue was also a part of the special assembly.The wonderful assembly was culminated by a short but meaningful dance presentation through which students have shown that health workers are warriors n true life saviours.

    Principal ma’am Arti Jha also threw some light on significance of well being and also enriched students-about practices which should be followed  to lead a healthy n disease free lifestyle .

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

    Every time we love, every time we give, its Christmas”. Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of joy for those who need it more … Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It’s a time when family and friends come together and remember the good things they have.

    The much awaited festival of Christmas was celebrated with fervour and zeal by Ganga House on 23 rd December, 2021. The students 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. Tejaswini presented a beautiful and mind-striking thought which emphasized that Christmas was more than just Santa, cards, toys or gifts under the Christmas tree. The true meaning of the Yuletide spirit which lay in the joy of giving and helping those who are less fortunate . This was followed by some interesting facts which were delivered by Riddhi.

    The children were filled with joy and excitement as Santa alongwith beautiful dancers came dancing to the tune of Jingle Bells. To make the students aware about the latest happenings around the world Arpit informed the news .

    At last Madam Principal wished the children and their families Merry Christmas . She thanked all the children , teachers and supporting staff also for co-operating , making this event successful and for spreading joy and cheer by contributing whole heartedly .

    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”..

  • Salad freshens without enfeebling and fortifies without irritating.

    Tricolor salad making competition was held at Delhi Public school, Aligarh for class 6. The objective behind the competition was to inculcate healthy habits and awareness regarding the choice of food among youth. The participants’ creativity was revealed through beautiful designs and patterns formed with different mouthwatering salads.

    The students displayed copious types of both vegetables and fruits salads using commonly available ingredients. The main focus of the competition was not only the preparation of salads but also upon their artistic presentation which carried an aesthetic aspect.

    1 Arpita Gupta 1st
    2 Mudit Varshney 2nd
    3 Vidushi Saxena 3rd
    4 Anubhav Yadav, Kavya Agarwal Consolation
  • The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.” – Denis Waitley

    Delhi public school celebrated the 75th Independence Day with great zeal and fervour all week. The primary students of class V participated in Hindi Poem Recitation competition on the theme of patriotism. (Mera 21st century ka Bharat).

    The Hindi Department organised this events to keep the flame of patriotism burning in the hearts of the students.

    The competition inspired the young poets to come forward and recite .The students came up with different poems on the theme and recited them with great fondness and zeal for the country. They enjoyed the perfection of expression, thoughts, emotions, rhythm and music of words.

    The chief guest then adorned the show by her appreciative kind words wherein she admired the zeal of students and efforts put in training them by the faculty. Sir Swapnil Jain, the Pro-Vice Chairman, Delhi Public School, Aligarh, in his address said, “Students should be motivated to do better in life without being forced into doing something. They should have the time to relax their minds rather than being a part of a never ending race. The students should be able to enjoy their childhood and their time spent in Delhi Public School Aligarh. The ceremony ended with Vote of Thanks rendered by the Head Boy, Chetanya Raj Gautam of Class VI C.

    Result, Hindi Poem Recitation Competition, Class V:-

    1 Aashirya Jain 1st
    2 Nakshtra Pandey 2nd
    3 Aksh Sharma 3rd
    4 Aditya Singh Consolation
  • The Olympics encompass the value of honesty, determination, hard work, and self-discipline. And last but not least, it helps different athletes represent the core values of their country.

    Olympians are like the pillars of country which not only raise the country but also help to develop it.

    The Hindi Department organised this events to keep the flame of patriotism burning in the hearts of the students.

    In order to inculcate respect towards Olympian, an activity was conducted in Class 3 and 4 in which students pasted the picture of their favourite Olympian and wrote about them.

  • Values are an integral part of our life and to contribute to this endeavor of celebrating freedom, Class 1 and 2 conducted Fancy dress competition with the theme – Freedom Fighters. It was a salute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our nation from our future leaders . The students dressed as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Laxmi Bai, Jawahar Lal Nehru , Chandra Shekhar Azad, proud Indian citizen etc., and spoke few lines about them. The students were excited and displayed their best to make this competition a relevant one.

    Tiny tots were blooming with the zeal and enthusiasm.

    Result of the Fancy Dress Competition:-

    1 Emmanuel Lal 1st
    2 Atharva Varshney 2nd
    3 Gitika Varshney 3rd

    Class I-B

    1 Roshani Sharma 1st
    2 Jeevika Varshney 2nd
    3 Akhand Gupta, Bhavya Gupta 3rd

    Class II-A

    1 Naira Varshney 1st
    2 Kavya Tawri 2nd
    3 Nandita Rathi 3rd

    Class II B

    1 Tanav Varshney 1st
    2 Vanya Singh 2nd
    3 Arjun Yadav 3rd
    4 Aarna Jain Consolation
  • Inhale the future, exhale the past

    Olympians are like the pillars of country which not only raise the country but also help to develop it.

    Delhi Public School Aligarh focuses on the physical, cognitive and psychosocial development of the students. To bring awareness about the physical well-being Yoga activities for young learners of PG-II were organised. Students performed enthusiastically and showed interest in maintaining fitness at such a tender age. They performed ‘Om chanting’, ‘Surya namaskar’, ‘Flexibility show’, ‘Balancing the body’, etc on the occasion of Yog Diwas.

  • The inherent talent of students of Delhi Public School Aligarh is nurtured through a plethora of co- curricular activities and competitions. To develop creativity the students are exposed to various competitions ranging from poem recitation to story writing, show & tell to poetry composition etc. For the same certain class competitions were organized from Playgroup to Class VI. Class PG & Nursery had Poem recitation where 7 toddlers gave wonderful presentations. Class Prep had Show & Tell competition. 16 students from Prep came up with great performances. Classes I & II had Hindi and English Story Telling competitions respectively. From Class I there were 23 participants whereas in Class II there were 14 story tellers who put a magical spell on the viewers. Class III had English handwriting competition. 33 students showcased their calligraphic skills in it. Class IV had Hindi handwriting competition in which 28 students participated. Class V was given the task of writing story with “Honesty” as the theme. 9 story writers impressed the judges with their writing skills. In Class VI the students were asked to compose their own poetry and the theme was “Nature”. We had 11 budding poets creating a wonderful world of imagination through their nature poetry. All the participants were outstanding. But as the rule says there are few who excel and emerge as winners. So, here are the results of the same-:

    Class Nursery, Result – Poem Recitation Competition

    1 Anaisha Gupta 1st
    2 Vaanya Varshney 2nd
    3 Ishani Varshney 3rd
    4 Yuvan Sanwariya Consolation

    Class Prep, Result – Show and Tell Competition

    1 Gaurika Mishra, Naisha Maheshwari 1st
    2 Anaisha Garg 2nd
    3 Abiram Yadav, Arayna Thakur, Iflah Shahid 3rd
    4 Shyra Parashar Consolation

    Class I A, Result – Hindi Story Telling Competition

    1 Umaima Shahid 1st
    2 Gitika Varshney 2nd
    3 Enaya Saini 3rd

    Class I B, Result – Hindi Story Telling Competition

    1 Mayra Sharma 1st
    2 Sanidhya Sharma 2nd
    3 Akhand Gupta, Ayaank Singhal 3rd

    Class II A,B, Result – English Story Telling Competition

    1 Vyom Jain 1st
    2 Nandita Rathi 2nd
    3 Kavya Tawri 3rd
    4 Anaya Solanki Consolation
    5 Arnav Bhatnagar Consolation

    Class III A, Result – English Handwriting Competition

    1 Nipun Gupta 1st
    2 Avant Veer Jain 2nd
    3 Abdul Qawi 3rd
    4 Aakrati Pathak, Arsh Harkut Consolation

    Class III B, Result – English Handwriting Competition

    1 Ballabh Rathi, Kartik Kunwar 1st
    2 Prateeksha Biswal 2nd
    3 Rudra Makhija, Shanaya Sharma 3rd
    4 Aaradhy Sharma, Yuvraj Singh Consolation

    Class IV A, Result – Hindi Handwriting Competition

    1 Parth Godani 1st
    2 Kavya Gupta 2nd
    3 Akshita Agarwal 3rd
    4 Ridhima Varshney Consolation

    Class IV B, Result – Hindi Handwriting Competition

    1 Labdhi Jain 1st
    2 Vansh Varshney 2nd
    3 Pankhuri Maheshwari 3rd
    4 Roliranjan Varshney Consolation

    Class V A,B, Result – Story Writing Competition

    1 Dharvi Varshney 1st
    1 Mriganka Agarwal 1st
    2 Anirudh Singh 2nd
    2 Anjani Singh 2nd
    3 Ishika Varshney, Navika Sharma 3rd
    4 Aditya Singh Consolation

    Class VI A, Result – Poem Composition Competition

    1 Shorya Singhal 1st
    2 Gati Maheshwari 2nd
    3 Chirag Agarwal, Sankalp 3rd

    Class VI B, Result – Poem Composition Competition

    1 Chirag Maheshwari 1st
    2 Vartika Bhargava 2nd
    3 Arpita Gupta 3rd
    4 Zoya Jamal Consolation
  • FATHER’S DAY 2021-22
  • Life doesn’t come with an instruction book- That’s why we have fathers

    H. Jackson Brown Jr.

    Although we do not require a particular day to express love to our father, Father’s Day is indeed an opportunity to showcase it. Father is the only one who inspires his child the most and also one who the child looks upto and acknowledge in every possible way.

    Delhi Public School Aligarh never misses any opportunity to instill family values in the students.

    To encourage the tiny tots to showcase their love for their handsome dads, an activity was conducted in classes PG- II –“ SELFIE WITH MY DAD”

    Let’s have the look at the beautiful memories of the day captured in the camera.

  • Delhi Public School Aligarh takes initiatives in every aspect to encourage its students to get involved in environment saving enterprise.

    Few activities were planned and conducted on World Environment Day on 5th of June in various classes. Students participated enthusiastically. Classes PG, Nursery & Prep. Toddlers drew flowers/plants using different seeds on a sheet paper.17 students participated and showcased their talent. Classes I & II created a scene of the sea in the form of collage using different materials available at home. 17 and 21 students from I & II respectively participated in it. Classes III & IV did tree plantation where 22 from class III and 17 from class IV students laid the foundation of green planet and gave their contribution. Classes V & VI were the most talented group who converted the waste plastic bottles in beautiful creative pieces. 13 creative hands from Class V and 17 from Class VI showcased their creativity using the waste plastic bottles.

  • My mother holds a heart of gold,
    She’s always brave and bold!
    I am sending her ,a hand to hold,
    Came last night in my dream He told!

    Words cannot express the emotions that a mother carries for her children deep in her heart. She works for the family recklessly without demanding anything in return. A day can never compensate her endless efforts. Mother’s Day was celebrated on 9th of this May as a small effort to make her realise the pivotal role she plays in the family. The students from PG to Class VI did various activities to show their love and concern for their mothers. We present to you the collage of beautiful pics sent by our little darlings with their beautiful MOMS!!!

  • Earth Day is observed on April 22 consistently to raise awareness for Earth’s environment. The theme of Earth day 2021 is ‘Restore Our Earth’.

    We at Delhi Public School Aligarh believe in imparting values for holistic development of the students. The activities conducted on Earth Day were to encourage them to reflect on what we are doing to make our planet a more sustainable and living place. The climate change and the pandemic have reminded us of the harm we’ve caused. Thus, we must Restore Our Earth not just because we care about the natural world, but because we live on it. Keeping the theme in mind various activities were conducted.

    In Classes PG-II , total 61 students participated( Class PG – 1; Nur.- 4; Prep- 8 ; I- 21 ; II- 27) The students participated enthusiastically and showed incredible creativity through their activities like making a flower with dry leaves, making an animal with dry leaves etc.

  • Earth Day is observed on April 22 consistently to raise awareness for Earth’s environment. The theme of Earth day 2021 is ‘Restore Our Earth’.

    We at Delhi Public School Aligarh believe in imparting values for holistic development of the children. The activities conducted on Earth Day were to encourage them to reflect on what we are doing to make our planet a more sustainable and living place. The climate change and the pandemic have reminded us of the harm we’ve caused. Thus, we must Restore Our Earth not just because we care about the natural world, but because we live on it. Keeping the theme in mind various activities were conducted. In Classes III- VI , total 48 students participated( Class III– 13; IV- 12; V- 11 ; VI- 12) Children participated enthusiastically and showed incredible creativity through their activity of poster making.

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