Archives 2016 – 2017

 

Circulars issued in Academic Year 16-17

Circular No PC/176/16 – Nursery-Grade IX – Academic Session Schedule 2017-18

Circular No PC/175/16 – Grade PP II -Sports Activities 2017-18

Circular No PC/175/16 – Grades VIII & IX -Co-Scholastic Activities 2017-18

Circular No PC/175/16 – Grades VI & VII -Co-Scholastic Activities 2017-18

Circular No PC/175/16 – Grades IV & V -Co-Scholastic Activities 2017-18

Circular No PC/175/16 – Grades I, II & III -Co-Scholastic Activities 2017-18

Circular No PC/172/16 – PP II – Assessment Schedule

Circular No PC/171/16 – Grade I & Grade II – Half Day

Circular No PC/171/16 – Nursery – PP II – Half Day

Circular No PC/170/16 – Nursery – Grade IX – Transport and Mess Facility 2017-18

Circular No PC/169/16 – Grades Nursery to PPII Fireless Cooking

Circular No PC/168/16 – Grades V-VIII Classconnect

Circular No PC/167/16 – SA2 Schedule & Portion -Grades I – IX

Circular No:PC/ 167/16 – Nursery – PPII – PTM

Circular No:PC/ 165/16 – Grade I&II – Academic Fair

Circular No:PC/ 164/16 – Nursery- Grade IX – Class Photograph

Circular No:PC/ 163/16 – Grades I & II – Computer DIY Schedule

Circular No:PC/ 162/16 – Grade IX – Pre-Board Schedule

Circular No:PC/ 161/16 – Grade PPII – Talentino timings

Circular No:PC/ 160/16 – Grade I&II – Academic Fair

Circular No:PC/ 159/16 – PP II – Academic Fair Timings

Circular No:PC/ 158/16 – I, II, IX & X PTM

Circular No:PC/ 157/16 – PP II – Academic Fair

Circular No:PC/ 156/16 – Nursery – Open house

Circular No:PC/ 151/16 – Grade IV – III & II Language

Circular No: PC/155/16 -Revision Schedule-Grade X

Circular No:PC/153/16 – Republic Day Celebrations – Grades III – X

Circular No:PC/152/16 – Verve – Gaming Event – Grades I & II

Circular No PC/150/16 – II Language Option – PP I

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Circular No PC/149/17 – Picnic Guidelines – Nursery – Grade II

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Circular No PC/148/17 – Absenteeism -Grades VI-VIII

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Circular No PC/147/17 – Picnic – Grade I & II

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Circular No PC/146/17 – Picnic – Nursery- PPII

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Circular No PC/145/16 – UE IV Schedule & Portion -Grades III – IX

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Circular No PC/144/16 – Picnic Guidelines -Grade III & IV

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Circular No PC/143/16 – Picnic Guidelines – Grade VIII – X

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Circular No PC/142/16 – Picnic Guidelines Grade VI & VII

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Circular No PC/141/16 – Sankranti Celebrations (Nursery -Grade II)

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Circular No PC/140/16 -Triumph Games Event – Grades III – V

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Circular No PC/139/16 – Picnic – Grades VIII – X

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Circular No PC/138/16 -Visit to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Police Academy – Grades III – V

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Circular No PC/137/16 – Picnic – Grades VIII – X

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Circular No PC/136/16 – Picnic – Grades VI – VII

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Circular No PC/135/16 – Picnic – Grades III – V

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Circular No PC/134/16 – New Year Celebrations – Nursery – PPII

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Circular No: PC/133/16 – Aadhaar Card Reminder – Nursery – Grade X

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Circular No: PC/132/16 – Screening Movie for Grade I, II & VI

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Circular No: PC/131/16 – Screening Movie

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Circular No: PC/130/16 – Christmas Celebrations

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Circular No: PC/129/16 – Christmas Celebration

Circular No: PC/128/16 – Open House

Circular No: PC/127/16 – ASSET Examination 2017

Circular No: PC/126/16 – Fireless Cooking

Circular No: PC/125/16 – Inter House Cupcake Decoration Competition

Circular No: PC/124/16 – Inter House Salad Decoration Competition

Circular No: PC/123/16 – Inter House English Story Telling Competition – Grade II

Circular No: PC/122/16 – Inter House English Story Telling Competition – Grade I

Circular No: PC/121/16 – DIY 3 Schedule & Portion

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Circular No: PC/120/16 – DIY Schedule & Portion

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Circular No: PC/119/16 – English Story Telling Competition

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Circular No: PC/118/16 – English Story Telling Competition

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Circular No: PC/117/16 – Adhar Number

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Circular No: PC/116/16 – Field Trip to Nehru Zoological Park

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Circular No: PC/115/16 – Appropriate Grooming

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Circular No: PC/113/16 – Annual Day

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Circular No: PC/110/16 – Preliminary Round Quiz for PPII

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Circular No: PC/109/16 – Dated 15th November, 2016 – Fireless Cooking

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Circular No: PC/108/16 – Dated 7th November, 2016 – Let’s paint the school pink

Circular No 108 Nur- PPII Pink Colour day

Circular No: PC/107/16 – Dated 2nd November, 2016 – DIY Schedule

Circular No 107 I&II

Circular No: PC/106/16 – Dated 2nd November, 2016 – SOF Olympiads

Circular No 106 III-X

Circular No: PC/103/16 – Dated 24th October, 2016 – Inter House Karate & Skating Competition

Circular No 103 - I-X

Circular No: PC/99/16 – Dated 20th October, 2016 – Ms. Rakshita Sai as a Pre Primary Coordinator

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Circular No: PC/97/16 – Dated 19th October, 2016 – Inter House Story Enactment Competition

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Circular No: PC/95/16 – Dated 18th October, 2016 – Online Registration for CBSE

Circular No 95 for Grade X Online Registration

Circular No: PC/93/16 – Dated 14th October, 2016 – Inter House Telugu Story Telling

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Circular No: PC/92/16 – Dated 14th October, 2016 – Inter House Hindi Elocution Competition

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Circular No: PC/90/16 – Dated 28th September, 2016 – Annual Day Celebration

Circular No 90 for Annual Day

Circular No: PC/89/16 – Dated 27th September, 2016 – National Conference on Technology Vision 2035

Circular No 89 for IDF IX&X

Circular No: PC/88/16 – Dated 21st September, 2016 – Yellow Colour Day

Circular No 88 for Yellow Colour Day Nursery - PPII

Circular No: PC/87/16 – Dated 21st September, 2016 – Blood Donation Camp

Circular No 87 Blood Donation Camp @ DSE (1)-page-001

Circular No 87 Blood Donation Camp @ DSE (1)-page-002

Circular No: PC/86/16 – Dated 14th September, 2016 – Friday Full Working Day for Grade IX

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Circular No: PC/84/16 – Dated 7th September, 2016 – Happy Time on Saturday

Circular No 84 for Nursery - PPII

Circular No: PC/83/16 – Dated 7th September, 2016 – 9th, 10th, 12th & 14th September is Working Day

Circular No 83 for IX& X SAI

Circular No: PC/82/16 – Dated 7th September, 2016 – Pre-Primary Schedule & Exam Postponement Due to Bakrid

Circular No 82 for Nursery - PPII 02

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Circular No: PC/81/16 – Dated 7th September, 2016 – Inter-House Group Recitation

Circular No 81 for Recitition I&II

Circular No: PC/80/16 – Dated 31st August, 2016 – Grade II – DIY Schedule & Portion

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Circular No: PC/79/16 – Dated 31st August, 2016 – Grade I – DIY Schedule & Portion

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Circular No: PC/78/16 – Dated 1st September, 2016 – Tiranga Yatra

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Circular No: PC/77/16 – Dated 1st September, 2016 – Karate Competition

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Circular No: PC/76/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade II DIY & Group Recitation

 

Circular No: PC/75/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade I DIY & Group Recitation

Circular No: PC/72/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade VI SA1 Portion

Circular No: PC/71/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade V SA1 Portion

Circular No: PC/70/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade IV SA1 Portion

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Circular No: PC/69/16 – Dated 30th August, 2016 – Grade III SA1 Portion

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Circular No: PC/68/16 – Dated 26th August, 2016 – Movies Show by Times NIE

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Circular No: PC/67/16 – Dated 26th August, 2016 – Inter House Master Chef Competition

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Circular No: PC/66/16 – Dated 24th August, 2016 – Class Connect & Holidays

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Circular No: PC/63/16 – Dated 22nd August, 2016 – Tribal Museum

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Circular No: PC/62/16 – Dated 22nd August, 2016 – Rain-O-Thon

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Circular No: PC/61/16 – Dated 20th August, 2016 – Pre Summative I

Circular No 61 for Grade Pre Summative Schedule-1

Circular No: PC/60/16 – Dated 19th August, 2016 – Inter School Literary & Cultural Competition

Circular No 60 Compettion for DSE Manikodna-1

Circular No: PC/59/16 – Dated 19th August, 2016 – Birla Science Museum

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Circular No: PC/58/16 – Dated 17th August, 2016 – Sakshi India Spell Bee

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Circular No: PC/57/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 – Evaluation III, Grade II & IV

Circular No 57 Masterchef for Grade 3&4

Circular No: PC/56/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 – Evaluation II, Grade IX & X

Circular No 56 Masterchef Grade 9&10

Circular No: PC/55/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 – Evaluation II, Grade V & VI

Circular No 55 Masterchef 5&6

Circular No: PC/54/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 –Evaluation II, Grade VII & VIII

Circular No 54 Masterchef Grade 7&8

Circular No: PC/53/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 – Field Trip to Nehru Zoological Park

Circular No 53 for Grade I & II

Circular No: PC/52/16 – Dated 16th August, 2016 – Field Trip to Sanjeevaiya Park

Circular No 52 Nursery & PPII (1)

Circular No: PC/51/16 – Dated 11th August, 2016 – Independence Day for Pre Primary

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Circular No: PC/049/16 – Dated 11th August, 2016 – Independence Day

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Circular No: PC/048/16 – Dated 6th August – Extra Class Schedule

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Circular No: PC/047/16 – Dated 5th August 2016 – Karate Competition

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Circular No: PC/046/16 – Dated 4th August 2016 – School Transport Sudents

Circular No 46 School Transport Studetns

Circular No: PC/044/16 – Dated 29th July 2016 – UE II & Bonalu

Circular No: PC/043/16 – Dated 29th July 2016 – IDF Award Function

Circular No: PC/042/16 – Dated 29th July 2016 – Epistemo Global Inter School Competition

Circular No: PC/040/16 – Dated 22nd July 2016 – Showcase

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Circular No: PC/039/16 – Dated 21st July 2016 – School Transport

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Circular No: PC/038/16 – Dated 21st July 2016 – UE II Portion

Circular No 38 Grade III - X UE II portion and Schedule-page-001

Circular No 38 Grade III - X UE II portion and Schedule-page-002

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Circular No: PC/037/16 – Dated 20th July 2016 – Domestic Trip

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Circular No: PC/035/16 – Dated 15th July – PTM

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Circular No: PC/033/16 – Dated 12th July, 2016 – Domestic Trip

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Circular No: PC/032/16 – Dated 12th July, 2016 – Classconnect

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Circular No: PC/031/16 – Dated 6th July, 2016 – 7th & 8th will be Holidays on Account of EID

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Circular No: PC/029/16 – Dated: 21th June, 2016 – Pick up Time and Lockers Intimation

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Circular No: PC/028/16 – Dated: 20th June, 2016 – School Software and ID Cards

Circular No 28 Student Almanac

Circular No: PC/027/16 – Dated: 17th June, 2016 – Master Chef Activity

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Circular No: PC/026/16 – Dated: 17th June, 2016 – Master Chef Activity

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Circular No: PC/025/16 – Dated: 17th June, 2016 – Master Chef Activity

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Circular No: PC/024/16 – Dated: 17th June, 2016 – Master Chef Activity

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Circular No: PC/023/16 – Dated: 17th June, 2016 – Krafty Kids

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Circular No: PC/022/16 – Dated: 16th June, 2016 – Welcome circular and Unit Evaluation Schedule

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Circular No: PC/020/16 – Dated: 13th April, 2016 –Appointment of New Principal and coordinators

Circular No: PC/012/16 – Dated: 7th April, 2016 –Parent Partnership Program– Grade Nursery to X

Circular No: PC/011/16 – Dated: 7th April, 2016 – PTM on 9th April, 2016 – Grade Nursery to X

Circular No: PC/010/16 – Dated: 7th April, 2016 – New academic session – Grade Nursery to PPII

Circular No: PC/008/16 – Dated: 1st April, 2016 – Ingredients for Master Chef Activity on 2nd April – Grade V & VI

Circular No: PC/007/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Materials for Fun Fab Activity on 2nd April – Grade III & IV

Circular No: PC/006/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Materials for Krafty Kids Activity on 2nd April – Grade V & VI

Circular No: PC/005/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Materials for Krafty Kids Activity on 2nd April – Grade III & IV

Circular No: PC/004/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Ingredients for Master Chef Activity on 2nd April – Grade III & IV

Circular No: PC/003/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Ingredients for Master Chef Activity on 2nd April – Grade IX & X

Circular No: PC/002/16 – Dated: 31st March, 2016 – Ingredients for Master Chef Activity on 2nd April – Grade VII & VIII

Circular No: PC/001/16 – Dated: 29th March, 2016 – Welcome to new Academic Year 2016-17 – Grade I & X

 

Student Council Members

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Osamah Meet Pandey Anushka Jain P Neharika
OSAMAH ASHRAF SHEIKH MEET PANDEY ANUSHKA JAIN P.NEHARIKA

 

Sports

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P Kavya Shan MAry George Romir Solanki
P. KAVYA SHANA MARY GEORGE ROMIR SOLANKI

 

Cultural

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CULTURAL SECRETARY DY. CULTURAL SECRETARY
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SAKSHI SARDA MEHULI DAS

 

Displain

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DISCIPLINE-150x150 Parul P. Anvita Reddy
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MARCHING FORWARD Ms ASMA MD. FARAAZ TANISHA AGARWAL TIYA SACHIN BAGGA

 

Samurai

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IGNITING SPIRIT Ms GAYATRI P MOHAMMAD SULEMAN SHUBHANG AGARWAL ALINA HUSSAIN

 

Saprtan

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Trojan

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Holidays

The desirable behaviour related to a learner’s life skills, attitudes, interests, values, co-curricular activities and physical health are described as skills to be acquired in co-scholastic domain.

The process of assessing the students’ progress in achieving objectives related to scholastic and co-scholastic domain is called comprehensive evaluation. It has been observed that usually under the scholastic domain such as knowledge and understanding of the facts, concepts, and principles etc. of a subject are assessed. The Co-Scholastic elements are either altogether excluded from the evaluation process or they are not given adequate attention. For making the evaluation comprehensive, both Scholastic and Co-Scholastic aspects should be given importance. Simple and manageable means of assessment of Co-Scholastic aspects of growth have been included at DSE in the comprehensive evaluation scheme.

Work Experience, Clubs and Sports activities at DSE cater to the enhancement of skills in the co-scholastic areas. Students indulge in an activity of their choice and are graded for the same regularly.

Scaling Heights to reach heights….

A long journey, now stepping into the next year is indeed very gratifying and special to the entire DSE family. Delhi School of Excellence is affiliated to the Central Board of Education (CBSE). With a committed motto- ‘Knowledge is Power’, the Management has left no stone unturned to establish an institution with a sole conviction that the ultimate goal of education is simply not amassing facts but inculcating, imbibing and practicing lifetime values-the need of the hour in today’s scenario.

Beginning with a baby step in a journey of thousand miles, the institution has spread its wings to earn a place of pride and reputation and is catering to the global needs of the present day students. The standards have been kept high and every student under the DSE umbrella is groomed, guided, tutored and mentored with dedication and a sense of belongingness.

In preparing our curriculum, we have sought out the best practices in teaching programmes and examination boards. The information given here outlines the broad aims  of our teaching at different levels in order to provide an idea of how a child will progress at Delhi School of Excellence.

 

 

   PRIMARY CURRICULUM (Grades I to IV)

In Grades I to IV, the focus is on encouraging inquiry, exploration and on inculcating confidence in key learning skills such as Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Information technology capability, problem-solving and observation. Children are encouraged to speak and perform at assemblies, concerts, drama productions, and thus gain confidence in their ability to communicate to a wider audience.

We recognize that children at this level are active, curious, experimental, imaginative, talkative and, above all, disconcertingly frank. Each child is an individual with his or her own unique abilities, interests, aspirations and expectations. Therefore, our curriculum in these classes is structured to encourage and motivate them to become self-confident, self-reliant and self-disciplined, and thus help them achieve full potential. The School seeks to achieve this through a variety of curricular and co-curricular programmes.

At this level, children learn and develop through:

  • A number of informal methods like activities, projects, presentations and hands-on experiences, apart from formal learning.
  • Activities like role play, dramatization, enacting through puppets, singing, dancing, cooking (Science), art, and so on.
  • Outdoor and indoor play and games.
  • Sharing ideas with other children and discovering facts for themselves through observation and reference work.
  • Exciting experiential learning opportunities through field trips which are planned for specific educational purposes.
  • Exploring and reading books, newspapers and magazines, thus enhancing their knowledge and inculcating in them an interest to be learning-oriented while appreciating the value of reading books.
  • An inter-disciplinary appreciation of Language, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science by learning as individual subjects as well as in an integrated way. (Academic fairs)
  • Physical education, which improves health and fitness, while enjoying the recreational value it offers.
  • Exposure to team and individual sports, competitive and non-competitive, which encourages sportsmanship and a school-wide community spirit and a feeling of individual accomplishment.
  • Information Technology, which introduces students to the concept and reality of information and communication technology and provides a framework in which practical skills and knowledge can be acquired and developed.
  • A supportive learning environment where individual needs are addressed in a positive and inclusive way.
  • Opportunities in Dance, Fine Arts, Theatre, Western and Indian Music, Speech and Drama and Yoga, which facilitate a well-rounded development. These are part of the regular curriculum, and are also being offered as co-curricular and core activity programmes.
  • Participation in co-curricular activities, which are held on Fridays. Students who show special interest or are specially talented in any sporting or non-sporting areas are offered further opportunities through the core activity programme, so that they are able to excel in such areas and also enhance their readiness to take part in competitions and tournaments outside of school.
  • Celebration of the changing rhythms of the year through a variety of festivals and activities. These are celebrated through morning assemblies, special assemblies and other major school functions, which help children in meaningful bonding and appreciation of such events.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Education at DSE is not only a significant period of growth for students but also a phase for preparation for the world which is challenging and complex and filled with exciting possibilities. Students are encouraged to become independent learners focusing on their course of study and the personal goals they wish to achieve. The school follows CBSE Curriculum that is connected to students’ interests, experiences, talents and the real world. The main subjects that they study include first and second languages, General Science, Social Science, Mathematics, Art and Computer Education.

Language Options:

  • I Language –  English (Compulsory)
  • II Language – Hindi / Telugu
  • III language – Hindi / Telugu / Sanskrit/ Urdu

Curriculum (Grades V to VIII)

Years spent in primary school have been recognized as the most crucial phase in the development of a child. We, therefore strive to ensure an environment that lends itself to student achievement providing optimal conditions for student development.

The curriculum for Grades V & VIII is based on the CBSE guidelines, which allows enough room to address individual needs and to create a learner-centered classroom – one of the strengths of the CBSE curriculum – while introducing skills, concepts and information which will lay a strong foundation for the secondary level.

At DSE, various subjects are taught in special ways….

  • In the language classroom, care is taken to ensure that students recognize speaking, listening, reading and writing as active and constructive processes. They are encouraged to summarize ideas and state their own views. They also learn to consciously attend to the rules of the written language to ensure that sentences are complete, interesting and connected to each other.
    The curriculum is tailored to meet the needs of learners who have had different levels of contact with and proficiency in English. Classrooms are, therefore ‘hospitable’ to children from a diversity of language backgrounds. English is used and taught across the curriculum and all students soon acquire the necessary level of proficiency.
  • The Math curriculum aims to establish a strong foundation of Mathematics in the primary grades. There is an emphasis on practice to reinforce knowledge of Math-facts, which are the building blocks for solving more complicated problems. Lessons are based on concrete facts and examples with an increased emphasis on conceptual understanding to enable students to gradually progress from concrete facts to the underlying abstract ideas, or the ‘logic stage’ to support the larger Mathematical curriculum goals.
  • The Science classes too aim to strike a balance between teaching factual knowledge and developing the spirit of scientific inquiry. Science lessons are planned to stimulate the pupils’ curiosity in the world around them, building on existing knowledge, interests and ideas, and linked to everyday contexts.
  • Social Science is an integrated area of inquiry drawing on the disciplines of History, Geography and Civics. Lessons help students to develop their personal, familial, ethnic and cultural identities as they learn about people in relation to their past, their environment and their society. Learners are prepared for the in-depth study of history and geography as separate curriculum subjects from grade VI onwards.
  • At DSE, we believe in total education and appreciate that much of tertiary learning takes place outside the traditional classroom. Periodical Educational trips very well prove that ‘Seeing is Believing’. Students are encouraged to participate in a wide range of athletic and cultural activities. They attend classes on music, dance, physical education, art, speech, group discussions and drama, to not only acquire specific skills but also develop their latent potentials and extend their breadth of interest.
  • Opportunities are provided in Dance, Fine Arts, Theatre, Western and Indian Music, Speech and Drama and Yoga, which facilitate a well-rounded development. These are part of the regular curriculum, and are also being offered as co-curricular and core activity programmes.
  • Participation in co-curricular activities, which are held on Friday and Saturdays. Students who show special interest or are specially talented in any sporting or non-sporting areas are offered further opportunities through the core activity programme, so that they are able to excel in such areas and also enhance their readiness to take part in competitions and tournaments outside of school.
  • Celebration of the changing rhythms of the year through a variety of festivals and activities. These are celebrated through morning assemblies, special assemblies and other major school functions, which help children in meaningful bonding and appreciation of such events.
  • There are weekly Club classes and students can opt as per their choice. etc. Our school has also made provisions for after- school training in Basket Ball.
  • Every student is also assigned to be a member of a House and can participate in extracurricular activities with the four Houses as basic units in competitive activities. This gives them an opportunity to interact with different age groups and also helps to develop their organizational and leadership qualities. Participation in the ECAs helps to instill discipline and nurture a cooperative attitude, sensitivity to others and the ability to work in a team for achieving common goals.

The curriculum is designed to enable learners to step over the threshold of Secondary School with confidence and eagerness.

ASSESSMENT FOR GRADES V TO VIII

At DSE, the following subjects are assessed for external examination at the end of each term. The annual exam will be conducted by CBSE for 80 marks and other 20 marks that are kept with schools for internal assessment.

SECONDARY SCHOOL

From the Secondary level onwards, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus is followed at DSE and examination has been designed and conducted in accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy, through the medium of English. It ensures a general education where all candidates are required to take six subjects and are also graded in the club chosen (SEWA). At the end of Grade X, the students are required to undergo an all-India board examination. The main subjects that they study include first and second languages, General Science, Social Science, Mathematics, Art and Computer Education.

Language Options:

  • I Language – English (Compulsory)
  • II Language – Hindi / Telugu

Throughout the secondary school, instruction and practice go hand in hand. Teachers use flexible methods to teach and inspire students to become more resourceful so that they continue to learn outside the syllabus.

All class activities are carefully planned to ensure that students achieve proficiency not only in academics but also possess the necessary skill sets to become responsible, and contributing members of the society.

Another aspect of the curriculum is to develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills. This is achieved through a variety of programs and projects built into the yearly programmes. Students work on community based projects to strengthen the understanding of helping others and inviting people from all walks of life into the school to work with the class on real life projects.

Students are also offered lessons in Music, Dance, Yoga, Art & Drama, Physical Education and SEWA.

In addition, students also choose from a range of sporting and non-sporting activities. Such co-curricular experiences help them to develop a well-rounded personality.

ASSESSMENTS

At DSE, the following subjects are assessed for external examination at the end of each term. The annual exam will be conducted by CBSE for 80 marks and other 20 marks that are kept with schools for internal assessment.

 

Grade Nursery
Alphabuddies Number Time Theme Time Annual Planner

 

Grade PPI
Alphabuddies Number Time Theme Time Annual Planner

 

Grade PPII
Alphabuddies Number Time Theme Time Annual Planner

 

Grade I
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner EVS Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner

 

Grade II
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner EVS Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner

 

 

Grade III
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner Social Science Annual Planner

 

Grade IV
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner  Social Science Annual Planner

 

Grade V
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi 2L Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu 2L Annual Planner Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu 2L Annual Planner Hindi 3L Annual Planner
Telugu 3L Annual Planner French 3L Annual Planner
Urdu 3L Annual Planner

 

 

Grade VI
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi 2L Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu 2L Annual Planner Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu 2L Annual Planner Hindi 3L Annual Planner
Telugu 3L Annual Planner French 3L Annual Planner
Urdu 3L Annual Planner

 

 

Grade VII
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi 2L Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu 2L Annual Planner Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu 2L Annual Planner Hindi 3L Annual Planner
Telugu 3L Annual Planner French 3L Annual Planner

 

 

Grade VIII
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi 2L Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu 2L Annual Planner Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu 2L Annual Planner Hindi 3L Annual Planner
Telugu 3L Annual Planner French 3L Annual Planner

 

 

Grade IX
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner  Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu Annual Planner

 

 

Grade X
English Annual Planner Mathematics Annual Planner
Hindi Annual Planner Science Annual Planner
Telugu Annual Planner  Social Science Annual Planner
Urdu Annual Planner

 

LIFESKILLS
Grade I Annual Planner Grade II Annual Planner
Grade III Annual Planner Grade IV Annual Planner

 

WORK EDUCATION
Grades V & VI
Master Chef  Annual Planner Krafty Kids Annual Planner
Clay Modeling Annual Planner Decoupage Annual Planner
Grades VII & VIII
Clay Modeling Annual Planner  Textile Designing Annual Planner
Master Chef Annual Planner Decoupage Annual Planner
Grades IX & X
Photography Annual Planner Textile Designing Annual Planner
Master Chef Annual Planner Teach for India & SEWA Annual Planner

 

CLUBS
Grade I
Quiz Annual Planner Crafts & Drawing Annual Planner
Speech & Drama Annual Planner
Grade II
Quiz Annual Planner Craft & Drawing Annual Planner
Speech & Drama Annual Planner Keyboard Annual Planner
Grade III
Crashing Comets (Science) Annual Planner Krafty Kids Annual Planner
Speech & Drama Annual Planner Keyboard Annual Planner
Grade IV
Krazy Scientist (Science) Annual Planner Krafty Kids Annual Planner
Speech & Drama Annual Planner Keyboard Annual Planner
Grade V
Science Annual Planner Literary & Scrabble  Annual Planner
Heritage Annual Planner Computer Annual Planner
Grade VI
Science Annual Planner Literary & Scrabble  Annual Planner
Heritage Annual Planner Computer Annual Planner
MUN  Annual Planner
Grade VII
Science Annual Planner Literary & Scrabble  Annual Planner
Heritage Annual Planner Computer Annual Planner
MUN Annual Planner

 

VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
Grades V & VI
Western Dance Annual Planner Indian Dance Annual Planner
Keyboard Annual Planner Art Annual Planner
Grades VII & VIII
Western Dance Annual Planner Indian Dance Annual Planner
Keyboard Annual Planner Art Annual Planner
Expressions Annual Planner
Grades IX & X
Western Dance Annual Planner Indian Dance Annual Planner
Keyboard Annual Planner Art Annual Planner
Expressions Annual Planner

 

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
Grade I Annual Planner Grade VI Annual Planner
Grade II Annual Planner Grade VII Annual Planner
Grade III Annual Planner Grade VIII Annual Planner
Grade IV Annual Planner Grade IX Annual Planner
Grade V Annual Planner Grade X Annual Planner

 

SPORTS / INDIGENOUS SPORTS
Basket Ball Annual Planner
Grade I Grade II Grade III Grade IV Grade V – VII Grade VIII – X
Karate Annual Planner
Grade I Grade II Grade III Grade IV Grade V – VII Grade VIII – X
Skating Annual Planner
Grade I & II Grade III & IV Grade V – VII Grade VIII – X
Chess Annual Planner
Grade I Grade II Grade III Grade IV Grade V – VII Grade VIII – X
Yoga Annual Planner
 –  – Grade IV Grade V – VII Grade VIII – X

Grade I  –  English Activity – Nouns

Grade I  –  EVS Activity – My Identity

Grade II  –  English Activity – Advantages Of Trees

Grade I  –  Maths Activity – Greater or Less

Grade VIII  –  Social Activity – The Constitution Of India

Grade IV  –  English  Activity – Role Play- The Bank Robbers

Grade II  –  English  Activity – Earth day

Grade I  –  English  Activity – Pronoun

Grade II  –  Hindi Activity – Noun

Grade II  –  Activity – Visit to the neighbourhood

Grade IX  –  Social Activity – Stop River Pollution

Grade II  –  Maths Activity – Bindi activity on addition of 2 digit numbers

WORKSHOPS  held in  2016 - 17

Being Professionals

Ms Jyothi Reddy, Dirtector, conducted a workshop for the  teaching staff on ‘ Professionalism’ on 24th September,2016.  The session dealt with work habits, work ethics, workplace attire and general workplace conduct and etiquette.  The teachers were divided into two homogeneous groups. Interesting activities kept teachers engaged throughout the session.  The session emphasized on planning ahead in order to avoid chaos and confusion during the transaction period. Discussions on Time Management and Prioritisation of work brought out the nuances of the same.  A truly enriching personality development session that energized and recharged the staff to gear up for the second term.

A CCE (Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation) workshop was organized at DSE, Banjara Hills on 10th June, 2016. The facilitator was Ms. Jyothi Reddy, Director, DSE Group of Institutions. 35 Teachers from all three branches of DSE Group participated in the workshop.

Teachers were divided into 5 groups to facilitate absorption of the proceedings for the day. Key terms bringing out the nuances of CCE were discussed in detail through an activity in the first hour.

Assessment areas and patterns were explained in detail. The CCE manual was taken up in parts and discussed by the participants as a group activity.

Ice breaker activities broke the monotony from time to time.

Participants designed a formative assessment task identifying the skills ,techniques and tools for the same and presented it.

The workshop aimed at simplifying the understanding of the process and the objective was attained by the culmination of the programme. Equipped with complete information on CCE, the enthusiastic and dedicated teachers of DSE are charged to meet the challenges of the current session head on.

An orientation programme for the teachers was conducted by school counsellor Ms.Shivani Wadhwa on 21st of April 2016 in the conference hall.

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The session started at 1.30 p.m. and ended at 2.30 p.m. It was a great platform where the teachers could interact with the student counselor and understand the concept of the workshop. The Team discussed the following points:

  • Teachers interpersonal relationship
  • One Common Goal
  • What should happen at the workplace
  • Activity of paper folding and tearing taken up to enable the team to understand that communication should be two ways.
  • Teacher learner relationship
  • Every child has a story to tell
  • Building positive teacher child relationship is imperative
  • Techniques to develop teacher child relationship
  • 7 habits of highly effective people
  • Assessment of child development
  • Special needs

A small token of thanks was rendered to Ms. Shivani Wadhwa for conducting an excellent session and enabling the teachers to understand the students better.

Life-SKills--Workshop2--20-A brief session on life skills was conducted on 20th April by Ms Kalyani Chaudhuri, Headmistress.  The module apprised teachers of the need for life skill education in schools and how it came into being.  Various activities were discussed and suggested by teachers for an effective outcome.

A committed faculty makes a great institution.  Keeping this in view, Director, Ms Jyothi Reddy conducted a team building session for the faculty to apprise them of the plans and procedures for the new session.  A very interesting self analysis game was played by the faculty which helped them understand each other from different perspectives.  The faculty was then briefed about the new procedures to be implemented from the current month.  Each document and template was discussed and analysed by the entire team and a go ahead was given.  A power packed video at the end of the session charged the spirits of each member and thus promised a great working environment on campus.

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Ms. Jyothi Reddy, Director, DSE group conducted a session for the staff on strengths, challenges, opportunities and threats. Teachers formed heterogenous groups and discussed the themes closely. They  represented their findings on a chart through illustrations and presented their ideas to the team members  This activity has projected the strengths of the institution and helped chalk out the needs to attain excellence.  Teachers also participated in a game that involved them into exploring the strengths of their colleagues.

The new session for teachers commenced from 21st of March. Ms Veena Murthy, Incharge Principal and Ms. Kalyani Chaudhuri, Headmistress conducted the induction session for new and existing teaching faculty. Teachers were grouped and allotted numbers randomly. The session started with a warm up session by Mr Vijender, P. Ed. Energy and enthusiasm reached its best during the zumba session by dance faculty Mr. Ganesh. In todays hectic schedule, exercise is the only solution to stay fit … this message was understood well by the faculty. All teachers joined Mr. Shashank, the Music Faculty in singing the school song proudly. Ice breakers by different groups eased the line of communication among new and old faculty.
The duties for 2016 - 17 were handed out to teachers. Also, a discussion on school policies apprised the faculty of all aspects of the institutions. It was a great team building exercise and the staff is geared up to take flight 2016-17.

WORKSHOPS  held in  2015 - 16

Date Domain Resource Person Faculty
Micro Teaching Principal, Ms.Suparna Mehrotra
NCF HM, Ms.Kalyani Chaudhuri
RTI HOD Social Science, Ms.Fatima
Adolescent Education HOD Science, Ms.Anasuya T
Counselor, Ms.Shivani Wadhwa
Report Writing English Faculty, Ms.Kalyani  & Ms.Lakshmi
23rd July, 2015 Social Science 23.4o Ms.Fatima & Ms.Deborati
24th July, 2015 Environment Conservation Sukuki Exnora Ms.Kavitha
20th March, 2015 Co Scholastic Areas CBSE Ms.Fatima & Ms.Anasuya
5th June, 2015 English enriching workshop ORIENT BLACKSWAN Pvt Ltd. English dept of All branches
19th June, 2015 English language Teaching Oxford University Press Ms. Mamta Vashisht
8th August, 2015 Pre Primary workshop Teach Next Ms. Asma (Nursery) & Ms. Radhika (PPI)
20th & 21st Nov, 2015 CCE Capacity Building Workshop CBSE Ms. Fatima
1st Dec, 2015 Hindi Teacher Orientation Madhuban Publishers Ms. K.Renuka & Ms. Usha
Micro Teaching Workshop In Progress

Micro Teaching Workshop In Progress

Orientation On National Curriculum Framework 2005

Orientation On National Curriculum Framework 2005

Adolescent Education

Adolescent Education

Adolescent Education

Adolescent Education


 मधुबन –शिक्षक –प्रशिक्षण कार्यशाला

मधुबन प्रकाशन की ओर से हर वर्ष हिंदी भाषा के विकास हेतु शिक्षक-प्रशिक्षण  कार्यशाला आयोजित कर बदलती  शिक्षण-प्रणाली व  नवीन शैक्षिक-सूचनाएँ  कार्यशाला के माध्यम से दी जाती है I इस साल भी पहली दिसम्बर २०१४ को यह कार्याशाला लैंड मार्क होटल सिकंदराबाद में आयोजित की गयी थी, जिसमें कुल १५० शिक्षकगण सम्मिलित हुए थे I कार्यशाला का संचालन मधुबन पाठ्य पुस्तक के प्रकाशक डॉ. प्रदीप कुमार जैन (वरिष्ठ हिंदी अध्यापक मॉडर्न स्कूल, नई दिल्ली) ने किया I इस सत्र में अनेक मनोरंजक व ज्ञानवर्धक जानकारी दी गई जो  NCERT के उद्देश्यों को पूरा करने में हिंदी शिक्षकों के लिए शिक्षण को रुचिकर बनाने में लाभकारी है I

सत्र का मुख्य उद्देश हिंदी वर्णों का सही उच्चारण पर बल, भाषा के कौशलों का विकास,  नैतिक और व्यवहारिक मूल्यों का विकास, मूल्यांकन करने हेतु ध्यान रखने योग्य बातें, सरल व सहज रूप में हिंदी का शिक्षण करने पर बल, आधुनिक तकनीक का प्रयोग (Smart Board, Pendrive, CDs, Whats app) और नए पाठ्य पुस्तक गारिमा के विषय में अनेका- अनेक जानकारी दी जो लाभकारी रही I मैं के. रेणुका व उषा किरण  “दिल्ली स्कूल ऑफ़ एक्सीलेंस” विद्यालय के  बहुत ही  आभार व्यक्त करते हैं कि  हमें हिंदी भाषा के विकास में योगदान देने हेतु खेल विधि में सीखने सिखाने का यह सुअवसर प्राप्त कराया I कार्यशाला के अंत में सभी शिक्षकों को प्रमाण पत्र भी दिए गया I

MADHUBAN- TEACHER ORIENTATION WORKSHOP

Madhuban book series publishers have conducted more than 750 workshops all across the world in the field of language development. Every year they conduct a workshop in Hyderabad to keep updated the teaching  with the latest curriculum and changing pattern of education. This year too workshop was conducted at Landmark Hotel in Secunderabad to focus on the teaching methods of language especially Hindi. Resource person Dr. Pradeep Kumar Jain (a teacher in Doon school, Dehradun, a renowed writer) addressed the congregation and focused on teaching strategies and techniques to improve language skill levels in the classroom. He shared his experiences and knowledge related to the NCERT curriculum. He has written more than 65 books in Hindi and Sanskrit. This workshop was attended by Ms. Usha Kiran and Ms. K.Renuka (Hindi primary teachers). A new book series Garima was launched this year.


Capacity Building Workshop on Scholastic aspect of CCE

A two day Capacity programme on Scholastic Aspect of CCE for Prospective Resource Persons was held on 20th & 21st November 2015 at D.A.V. Safilguda Hyderabad which was attended by Principals, Vice-Principals and Department Heads from various schools. DSC_2765The workshop was conducted by Dr. Sweta Singh, Joint Director Trainee CBSE,   Ms. Sita Kiran, Principal D.A.V school Safilguda and Mr. Srinivas Raghavan, Principal   Hindu Public School Chennai. The two day long workshop was divided into different sessions and the trainees were enlightened about what CCE is, its features and its  importance in today’s scenario. The two day programme was divided into different  sessions - Formative Assessment and its importance and how to assess them - Summatives and its importance - Co-scholastic areas - Gender studies and finally Recording and Documentation.

IMG-20151121-WA0000The workshop also focussed on some important aspects which the CBSE is focussing on that is bullying, generating values among children and Gender Sensitisation. The teachers were enlightened that they are the role models of the students and were guided how to inculcate values and make them enlightened citizens of the country. The sessions were highly informative and activity based wherein the trainees interacted with members of other schools and showcased various presentations.
All in all the workshop was highly educative and informative which made the trainees well versed with each and every aspect of CCE and how to move about with it which will help them  in implementing CCE meticulously and accurately in their respective schools.


 Orientation Programme on Environment

DSCN1345Sukuki Exnora, a NGO organised an Orientation Programme for teachers on Environment on 24th July 2015 as a prelude to Envi Quiz 2015. The workshop included lectures and presentations on Solid Waste Management and Effects of Carbon Emissions on Climate. They guided the teachers to encourage more children to participate in the quiz to bring awareness about maintaining their surroundings.


Workshop on pedagogy of teaching Social Sciences

IMG_2910July 23rd 2015 - A Social Science workshop was conducted by Mr Sujoy and Mr. Vinay of 23.40 on pedagogy of teaching Social Sciences wherein teachers from different schools came forward not only to learn but also share their experiences. We were guided to make teaching more interesting and simpler. The aaproach is to be more structured and use methods like  flip classroom, blended learning, using graphic organisers etc. Different activities and case studies were taken up as a hands on experience. The input given by teachers of DSE was appreciated and proved to be valuable to the hosts as well.


LEARN, RE LEARN AND UNLEARN
Enriching workshop for teachers

A workshop was conducted on 5th June for English teachers of all the branches of Delhi School of Excellence- Attapur, Manikonda and Banjara Hills. The Resource Person was Prof. Mohanraj, the Chief Consultant Editor of English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. The workshop was sponsored by ORIENT BLACKSWAN Pvt. Ltd.`
The main focus of this workshop is . . .

  • to learn the elements required to create a full-fledged textbook of English Language. He also emphasized on the four language skills which has principles of the communicative approach to the teaching of English that may be implemented effectively in the context of large, mixed- ability, learning environments.
  • to realize that as a teacher one needs to emphasize on verbal as well as non verbal communication while facilitating in the classroom.
  • to communicate more effectively with the students and making communication more impactful, persuasive and confident.

Overall the workshop was very informative and interactive.


Capacity Building programme

 

A two day Capacity Building programme on Co-scholastic aspects of CCE was held at DAV school, Kukatpally, on 20th March 2015, by Dr. Radha Singh a resource person from CBSE. The workshop was attended by more than 150 participants from different CBSE schools in Hyderabad. The programme was conducted in two slots, the first highlighting how and why is Accredition is mandatory for all schools, which was followed by a discussion on various aspects of CCE. The highlights of the workshop are as follows

  • Every scholastic activity to be infused with life skills
  • Co-scholastic and scholastic to be blended together through different activities and projects
  • Documentation and evidence to be maintained and sent.
  • The best practice and method of sending evidence as far as possible is a soft copy .
  • Mandatory maintenance of Anecdotal and Co-scholastic records.
  • Usage of various tools for authentic Assessment
  • Construction of rubrics etc.

The post – lunch session focussed on learning to construct rubrics wherein the teachers were made to sit in homogenous groups of subject and fields and asked to make rubrics on different skills. Finally, each group rubrics were discussed by giving necessary feedback and improvisation needed for the same.


Workshop on English Language Teaching

Ms. Mamta Vashisht attended the English Language Teaching Workshop organized by Oxford University Press at Hotel Pearl Regency, Hyderabad on Friday, 19th June, 2015. The resource person was Ms. Gayatri Khanna from the CBSE.

Along with notifying the latest changes she appraised the teachers with recently laid out plans of CBSE for the teaching of English. The primary focus was on importance of OTBA, ASL, VBQ, Multi-Disciplinary Project, and PSA. She suggested that the teachers should try and simplify things for the students. Documentation of anecdotal records, student’s portfolio and effective ways of documenting evidence were specified.

The entire session was quite interactive and informative. The workshop ended with a hope that the information gathered would improve the overall performance of both average and bright.


Workshop conducted by TEACH NEXT

IMG_3067IMG_3071Ms. Asma (Nursery) & Ms. Radhika (PPI) attended a teacher training workshop held on 8th August, 2015, conducted by Ms. Veena Raizada. Highly informative, it’s stressed on the changing trends in preprimary education, making it more global to meet the needs of the 21st century. The resource person stressed on the fact that the long journey of learning should be unique and fun filled as it lays the foundation for life long. A few hands on activities were conducted. Workshop ended with the preprimary teachers believing that they are ‘Pillars of Education’.


 

 

 

Our Pre Primary aims to nurture each child’s potential, through love, care and encouragement. The early years have a crucial influence on later development and learning. Early childhood foundation makes a great difference to the future achievements of children. Whether our children become self-motivated learners and face the world with confidence, depends to a great extent on the stimulation, guidance and nurturing they receive early in life.

Theme based competitions are held every month to build the confidence of learners. Field trips to interesting places are organized regularly. Special days are celebrated with great pomp and show throughout the year.

 

The new psychology of learning incorporates the idea of making learning a fun – filled activity. A typical day at DSE for Pre Primary students would incorporate the following elements:-

Welcome Time…. Arriving for school on time is extremely important for children even at this young age! Being on time allows the children to have a pleasant transition from home to school environment, easing them in gently.

Assembly Time… Each beautiful day unfolds with the morning assembly with other students of the school. Besides praying, it inculcates a sense of punctuality and discipline

Circle Time… Circle Time is where exciting group work takes place, discussing the calendar in English, to begin with. It’s followed by discussions, fun learning activities about the chosen letter and then progresses onto phonetics, rhymes and stories. Alpha Buddies is the time when children read or write about the concept under study. Stories, group discussions, group activities and demonstrations are some techniques used by the facilitator to stimulate the children. The facilitator works with individual children or in small groups. Most of the concepts in Nursery are dealt with orally while in PP1 and PPII, eye –hand coordination is developed through written work, colouring and craft work.

Theme Time… To increase awareness of the physical and social surroundings, a theme room is set up were students are enabled to discovered and learn more. Discussions, art work, poems and stories, worksheets related to the theme are done as follow up.

Munch Time…. Recess allows the children the opportunity to develop social and conversational skills by interacting with each other, sharing physical space and also a healthy snack.

Carpet Time… To make the students aware of the happenings in and around the world they live in, teachers spend time to discuss important issues that make headlines in a very simplistic way and encourage students to express their views. Students also indulge in reading story books.

Play Time… Children play outside during this hour. It is an ideal outlet for all the extra energy they have. Games help them to develop balance, posture, locomotion and strength. Play time also encourages imaginative role-play and allows interaction with their peers while developing their gross motor skills.

Number Time… Contrary to the belief, there isn’t a math gene that makes some kids more successful in the subject. Kids who are more successful in this area are those who practice the skills more often .Activities related to recognition, grouping, measurement and other pre math concepts help develop concentration , counting skill and involves fine motor development.

Happy Meal… Not only it is a time to sit and enjoy balanced and nutritious meal but also to dine with peers and learn table manners and etiquettes.

Happy Time … Exploration discovers latent talent. Activities such as singing, dancing, drawing and clay moulding create a sense of well being among children. Exercise your vocal chord; tap your feet or paint the world around- it’s all fun! We believe in ‘Catching them young’.

Bhasha Mala… A second language is introduced at the PP1 level and most of the activities are verbal. Stories and rhymes are an integral part of it. PPII students start with learning to write alphabets.

Tale Time/Movie Time… This is time for delightful learning and various activities are scheduled on different days to have a wide spectrum of experiences and thereby enhance motor and thinking skills.

Reflection Time… Just before they pack their bags and say goodbye a quick reflection on what they have done during the day is done.

Sweet Good Byes…

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Grade PP IB Assembly PPI B Assembly VIDEO ICON 3
Grade PrePrimary Sankranthi Celebrations Sankranthi Celebrations VIDEO ICON 3
Grade PrePrimary Celebrations Song New Year Celebrations VIDEO ICON 3
Grade PPII A&B Special Assembly Means of Transport VIDEO ICON 3
Grade   Preprimary Celebrations Christmas Celebrations VIDEO ICON 3
Grade     PPII A&B Classroom Activities Hanger & cloth pin activity (Additions) VIDEO ICON 3

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Sankranthi Celebrations

New Year Celebrations

The students from Pre-primary wing approached the New Year with a resolve to find the     opportunities hidden in each new day by organizing a party with great joy and enthusiasm.   Every child had an opportunity to interact with each other and dwell themselves in the joy of preparing a New Year card for their parents as a classroom activity.

Christmas Celebrations

Christmas is the time to celebrate  togetherness as a joyous family affair and to give and   forgive.   Christmas is a happy time for  children too.   Little ones of the Pre-primary presented a skit and Sangeet the popular carols. ‘Dashing through the snow’, ‘You better watch out’ and ‘it’s the great day to praise the lord’  filled the air with festivity. Santa’s  grand entry excited the tiny tots. Their joy knew no bounds as he brought out the gifts! Happy faces left school happily to enjoy the three day Christmas break with friends and family.

Purple Colour Day

Grand Parents Day

 

BLUE BABIES DAY

It was a fun-filled day for the teeny weenys of DSE  as they celebrated ‘Blue Day’ on Friday, the 21st of October, 2016.

Blue is a cool and calming colour that nurtures creativity and intelligence.  Children and teachers painted the pre primary wing blue in all the attaractive shades of the colour.

Learners brought different objects like toys and decorative items based on the theme. The items were set on the table and decorated with balloons. Children participated in games and other interesting theme-based activities. 

Fun under the Sun

The preprimary wing of DSE Banjara Hills conducted the family bonanza day on 9th September 2016.  The programme started with a welcome address given by Ms. Parmeswari who enabled every parent to be proud of having such little angels along with them.

The chief guest of the show was Ms. Shilpa Ravi, the Vice Chairperson. The dignitaries who grace the show were Ms. Rama Devi, the Administrator, Ms. Jyothi Reddy, the Director, Ms. Veena Murthy, the principal and the Headmistress, Ms. Kalyani.  All the dignitaries were elated to see the enthusiasum of the tiny tots who filled the air with all the vibrations of happiness.

The show began with a prayer by the PPII students which took all the audience into the spiritual path.  It was followed by the nursery students reciting the rhymes which took everyone back to the memories of their childhood.  The biggest surprise unfolded when the PPI students made the audience swing with them on the melodious song Bham Bham Bhole from the movie Tare Zameen Par. 

Ms. Veena Murthy, Principal, in her address thanked the parents for their wonderful gift to DSE, their children.

Further, the programme took a lively turn with the games conducted for the parents which included the Brick game, Three Legged Race, Masterchef and Shoot it up.  The enthusiasum of the parents in participating  in the games conducted was really worth watching.  The winning team received the prizes respectively. 

The spectacular show came to an end with the grand finale in the form of Zumba where every parent had fun shaking a leg with Mr.Ganesh the dance Instructor and Ms. Nousheen proposing the vote of thanks.

 

Amazing Tiny Master chefs of Dse

The tiny tots of PPI and II of DSE Banjara Hills represented themselves as the master chefs on 1st September 2016.  They filled the whole wing of pre-primary with the aroma of their dishes.  They decorated the area and their dishes for presenting it to the judges who in turn were mesmerized with the way the students presented the dishes as well as the little chatter they had while tasting the dish.  Each child was excited and enthusiastic to talk about the dish they were presenting.  The panel of judges included a parent, teacher and external person who were engrossed in watching the cartoon shapes made through the sandwich as well as the carvings of flowers, leafs and the veggie salad had the pleasure of taking accolades from the judges for its properties and benefits. 

Last but not the least the desserts in the form of cats and people travelling on fruit boats was no less.  It was a spectacular and splendid visual treat by our upcoming master chefs.

                                                                                                               

Rejuvenating Tiny tots in Orange

The tiny tots of DSE Banjara Hills rejuvenated themselves as well as the complete family of DSE with their presentation of orange in different manner.  Orange is the colour which radiates warmth and happiness, combining the physical energy and stimulation of red with the cheerfulness of yellow. 

The children displayed a confident attitude in presenting the colour in different patterns.  They carried carrots, dolls made of orange, clothes also orange coloured which inculcated the enthusiasm spirit in the tiny tots.   Each student got an opportunity to speak about the things they carried and what is the benefit of eating carrot and how it benefits them. 

As the colour orange related to social communication, stimulating two way conversations so did the tiny tots stole the hearts of the spectators leaving behind a print of their sweet memories.        

Green Green All Around

Overcast sky and pouring rains! Dazzling greenery around. What better way to celebrate GREEN, The colour of productivity and prosperity.  Keeping in tune, the tiny brigade of pre primary celebrated Green Colour Day with much aplomb.  All students flaunted a green attire, spreading the message ‘Go Green’.  Cute greenies of Nursery and PPI revelled in leaf painting.  Veggie walk by PPII left  the audience spellbound.  They spoke as the nourishing veggies asking the audience to consume them in plenty. 

A cool sip of khus sharbat energized the tiny tots.  They also learnt how to prepare the sharbat. The slogan of the day was ‘Let’s Go Green’!

Angels of Peace Celebrate Eid

 Little DeeSians from the toddler zone celebrated Eid Milap on Monday, 11th July 2016.  The Pre Primary wing was decorated with streamers, baithak and dastarkhan. The children were all in a festive mood looking at each other’s gleeful faces and glamorous attires.

These tiny tots dressed for the occasion , welcomed  everyone with ‘Salaam’ and  ’Ittar’.  Fashion show by  PP II children left all awestruck.

A sumptuous spread was prepared by the teachers.  Lip smacking delicacies were served to all students and they polished it off in no time.

The celebration culminated with the message that  love , caring and sharing  make us better human beings.

Eid Milap

 

RED RED RED , WE ALL LOVE RED

Red is the first color of spring.  It’s the real color of rebirth, of beginning

Andie Condie

To mark the beginning of the academic session the tiny tots of DSE, Banjara Hills campus celebrated the red day which resembles the first color of spring, on 28th June 2016.

The tiny DeeSian’s were dressed in red celebrating the “Red Colour day” all excited about their new dresses, showing each other the objects, their dresses, shoes, sandals and so on.

To add to the excitement the youngest DeeSians of nursery made strawberries by sticking leaves and finger printing on the strawberry.

PP1 had a tearing and sticking activity, kids were excited to tear the red paper and stick on the apple cut out.

Our little chef’s of PPII made a bread cookie with biscuit and Jam.

The excitement was not restricted to children alone but also coloured the staff in red for the celebrations.

Preprimary- Exploring the Fun with Colors

Pre-Primary - A Step towards Greenery

Pre-Primary - Fireless Cooking

Pre-Primary Theme Time - Means Of Transport

PrePrimary -Science Experiment 2016-17

Preprimary Winter Carnival