DPS Mysore School

Education of Excellence

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Curriculum

 

Delhi Public School, Mysore follows the CBSE syllabus. We lay great emphasis on a child's all-round development. For us academics is as important as extra-curricular activities. We work towards bringing out the latent talents of our children and hone their skills so that they achieve perfection in their respective spheres. There is a thoughtful balance between teacher-directed work and child-directed activities. Young children learn from everything they do since they are naturally curious. If their explorations and discoveries bring pleasure or success, they will want to learn more. Our children form attitudes about learning that last a lifetime. It is not surprising therefore that our children remain adventurous learners throughout their lives.

 

Kindergarten

 

  • An Innovative child-centric approach
  • Emphasis on understanding the child; his concentration levels, memory, reasoning & creativity
  • A system of “Continuous Informal Evaluation”, based on class work, theme-based worksheets and observation sessions is followed
  • Biannual Results to monitor the child’s development
  • The school follows a non-detention policy in the pre-primary classes.

 

 

The Primary & the Secondary Schooling Years

 

  • Learning structured to empower the students to share their thoughts and ideas
  • The Curriculum is designed to encourage team work
  • Learning through group discussions, projects as well as hands-on activities and experimentation.
  • Emphasis is laid more on 'learning by doing' rather than rote-learning.
  • Our Teachers act as Facilitators and Guides throughout the learning process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happenings

  • Induction of Staff & Orientation of Staff and Parents
    Induction of Staff & Orientation of Staff and Parents

    New Staff induction and Staff Orientation

    Principal Mrs. Geetha Kandaraji conducted a 2 days induction and orientation programme for the teachers. The main objective of the orientation programme was to transform the teachers into creative and learning teachers. The newly recruited teachers were engaged with the existing staff through social collaboration, development and competency training opportunities and the creation of leadership paths.

    The principal motivated the teachers through her presentation to acquire and improve their skills of teaching and be cognizant of the latest development in their subjects to envisage a better learning outcome.

    Parents’ orientation (Senior Classes)

    Orientation conducted for Parents by the Principal Mrs. Geetha Kandaraji provided a preliminary view of the academic year and helped them equip themselves to provide support and cooperation to the school for their wards’ overall development.

    The parents were acquainted with the conundrums that students face and were guided about helping their children cope with them.

    Parents’ Orientation (Kindergarten)

     

    Principal Mrs. Geetha Kandaraji addressed the parents of Kindergarteners in the orientation programme and enlightened them about the role of parents in facilitating better learning among children. Parents were asked to reiterate all that is taught in school by playing with their children, telling them stories and nurture the creative skills.

    Written on Friday, 20 June 2014 03:26 in Happenings Read 1527 times
  • Children’s Day out at DPSM
    Written on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 04:40 in Happenings Read 1097 times
  • Children’s Day out at DPSM- 29.03.14
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