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February March 2024

I) Activity week :-5.02.24-9.02.24

a)The students of classes I and II designed a traffic signal after a class discussion on traffic rules, importance of traffic signal as part of national safety week(CBSE circular -08/2024 , SUBJECT: Observance of National Road Safety Month 2024 from 15th January 2024 – 14th February 2024 ) and spoke few lines about the significance in their classes of following the traffic rules.

b) The students of classes III drew any 5 road signs that they see on their way to school and the students of classes IV and V designed a poster on National Road Safety and wrote a slogan in Hindi.

II) Activity Week:- 19.02.24 -23.02.24 (International Mother language Day)

Students of all classes prayed in 5 different languages in their classes and then, they read out the prayer in the language they liked the most individually.

III) Activity Week :- 26.02.24-29.02.24 ( National Science Day :- 28 February 2024)

The teacher discussed about contributions made by Sir CV Raman and then, the students attempted a quiz based on Sir CV Raman and his contributions in class.


12th- 16th Feb- Spring is in the air
Class I-II

The students were taken for a walk around the campus. They observed flowers and the teachers told the names of those flowers to children. After coming back to their classes, the students drew and coloured any one flower they liked the most. The children also recited a poem in their classes- “Spring” by William Blake.

Classes III-V

The students went for a nature walk. After coming back to their classes, they made a sketch or painting of the nature (flowers, trees, sky) which they observed on their way. The teachers conducted a Class talk about preserving the beauty of nature and the students also recited a poem in class- “Spring” by William Blake.

Through this activity the students came to know about the Flora and Fauna in their school campus. They also learnt to appreciate the beautiful nature around them and understood the importance of preserving it. They enjoyed the nature walk as well as the pleasant weather in Spring season.

REPORT – Spectrum 2023-24
DATE: 6 February 2024
TIME: 8:30am-11am

On 6 February 2024, the Primary Wing of DPS Mathura Road organized the annual dance competition, Spectrum 2023-24, showcasing the vibrant talents of the students. The competition was graced by the Principal, Ms. Reema Sharma, Vice Principal Administration, Mr. Naveen Kumar and the Headmistress, Ms. Manisha Varma.

The event commenced with a mesmerizing dance performance on Ganesh Vandana by Team Spectrum, setting the tone for an event filled with artistic brilliance. The comperes graciously welcomed the audience and introduced the esteemed judges, Ms. Suranjana Saha and Ms. Raseswari Nayak, both distinguished faculty members of our school. The esteemed guests and judges were then felicitated by the Headmistress for their presence and expertise, adding prestige to the event.

The highly anticipated dance segment commenced with enthusiastic performances by participants from Class IV, igniting the stage with captivating displays.

They were followed by equally remarkable displays from Class V who showcased exceptional talent. Solo dance performances by the participants exhibited impressive enthusiasm and skill, reflecting the budding talent within them. The rhythmic and graceful movements, coupled with innovative choreography, added a layer of artistic depth, leaving the audience in awe. The judges announced the results, acknowledging the exceptional talent displayed by the participants.

The First position was bagged by Advika Chauhan from IV-E, Aavya Gupta from IV-D secured the Second position and the Third position was shared by Ayat from IV-E and Tvisha Goyal from IV-H. The Consolation prize was awarded to Sanchi Maurya from IV-D and Pankhuri Maurya from IV-B. In the category of Class V, the First position was bagged by Sara Sehgal from V-H, Tanisha Ghosh from V-H and Aksa from V-G secured the Second position and the Third position was shared by Fariya from V-F and Myrah Bindal from V-C. The Consolation prize was secured by Myrah Jain from V-B and Anaya Gupta from V-C.

The vote of thanks was delivered by Ms. Snehlata Kaushik, Academic Coordinator for the Primary Wing, expressing gratitude to all involved in making Spectrum a grand success. The competition successfully highlighted the school's commitment to nurturing artistic expression, fostering a culture of appreciation for the arts within the school community. The event concluded with everyone rising for the National Anthem.

DATE: 19 February 2024
TIME: 9 am - 10:30am

On 19 February 2024, the Primary Wing of DPS Mathura Road organised a farewell ceremony for the students of Class V of the academic year 2023-24. The ceremony was graced by the Vice Principal Academics, Ms. Inderjeet Kaur; Vice Principal Administration, Mr. Naveen Kumar; the Headmistress, Ms. Manisha Varma; the Senior Mistress, Ms. Roopa Arora, along with the students and teachers of Classes IV and V.

The event commenced with the Vice Principal, Ms. Inderjeet Kaur, highlighting the significant milestones achieved by the outgoing class during their journey through the Primary Wing. Additionally, she spoke about the exciting opportunities that lie ahead in the senior classes, igniting a sense of anticipation and ambition among the students.

Following this, the Choir graced the stage with a melodious rendition of the song – ‘Farewell’, filling the hall with its harmonious tune.

The spotlight then turned to the outgoing Head Boy and Head Girl, who delivered speeches expressing gratitude for the invaluable experiences and friendships cultivated during their time in the Junior School. Their words were imbued with sincerity and nostalgia, leaving a profound impact on both students and faculty members alike.

The mood shifted to one of celebration as students from Class IV showcased their talents through a lively dance performance, captivating the audience with their energy and coordination. It served as a tribute to the achievements and memories shared by the outgoing class, marking the conclusion of one chapter and the commencement of another in their academic journey.

The highlight of the event was the Passing of the Light ceremony, symbolising the transfer of responsibilities and legacy from the outgoing class to their successors. The esteemed dignitaries then felicitated Primary Wing Basketball Team (Boys and Girls) and the Football Team (Boys) for winning various positions in Inter-School competitions.

As the event drew to a close, the Headmistress, Ms. Manisha Varma extended her heartfelt gratitude to all those who contributed to making the farewell ceremony a memorable occasion. Her words of appreciation echoed the sentiments of the entire school community, acknowledging the dedication and hard work exhibited by the students.

In essence, the entire ceremony was a blend of nostalgia, gratitude, and anticipation for the bright future that lies ahead.

The ceremony concluded with the rendition of the National Anthem.


Activity was planned for classes I and II as classes III, IV and V appeared for their Annual Examination 2023-24

3rd-7th March,24-World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate the many beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora and to raise awareness of the many benefits that their conservation provides to people. At the same time, the Day reminds us of the urgent need to step up the fight against wildlife crime and human-induced reduction of species, which have wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts.

Class I and II

The teacher gave a Class Talk on “World Wildlife Day”. Students of Class I were encouraged to draw and colour their favorite wild animal and write one special quality of the same. Students of Class II were encouraged to learn about any one endangered bird/animal and ways to preserve it. They also shared the information in class.

Students enjoyed the activity and could understand the significance of celebrating World Wildlife Day.

PICNIC CLASS I (2023-24) :- Excursion to Sunder Nursery

Date - 22.02.2024
Class - Class I
Venue - Sunder Nursery, New Delhi

Students embarked on an exciting journey, during their school time to Sunder Nursery for their excursion. Excitement bubbled as they explored the lush greenery and vibrant floral displays, accompanied by the sweet melodies of chirping birds. Laughter filled the air as they played games, shared snacks, and bonded with their classmates amidst the serene surroundings. Teachers facilitated learning moments, imparting knowledge about the diverse plant species and the importance of preserving nature's beauty. Students returned with a new found appreciation for the wonders of the natural world.

Environment Club Activities -march 2024

January 2024

I) Activity Week :- 8.01.24 -12.01.24 :-12 January 2024: Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekanand

The teachers of classes I and II discussed about the teachings of Swami Vivekananda and explained the true meaning to the students. While the students of classes III, IV and V designed a flip book on family background and contributions of Swami Vivekanand.

II) Activity Week :- 22.01.24-26.01.24:- Republic Day Celebrations

The teachers of classes I and II discussed about the Republic Day in detail and the students designed a wrist band for themselves by pasting tri -colour flower cutout on a satin ribbon. The students of III, IV and V designed a constitution for their class after reading the Constitution of India aloud in the class.

III) Activity Week :- 29.02.24 -2.2.24 :-28th January 2024:-Birth Anniversary of Lala Lajpat Rai.

The students of classes I and II wrote any one Inspirational quote by Lala Lajpat Rai and presented it in the class.

The students of classes III , IV and V designed a Collage depicting contributions of Lala Lajpat Rai

January 2024

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road participated in the 20th Junior Flash on 19th January ,2024 at Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School. Students from thirteen prestigious schools of Delhi NCR participated in this inter-school competition. Four events namely- Stage Ninjas, Scratch -a-thon, Slide battle and The Quizzard were held for students from grades 3, 4 and 5.

Students from DPS Mathura road brilliantly participated and won Third prize in Stage Ninja event. Students who participated in Stage Ninja-
1.Aliya Alvi - class III
2.Agastya Gupta- class IV
3. Veer Chadha - class V

Our school also won Prize for Good Efforts in event Slide Battle. Students who participated in Slide Battle -
1. Vivaan Gupta class IV
2. Aditya Gupta class V

II) Students of Delhi Public School, Mathura Road participated in Smt Mohini Virendra Singh Inter school chess tournament 2023-24 at Modern school, Vasant Vihar on 30th January and 31st January 2024 and won second position.
DPSMR 3-5 TEAM--2nd Position

International mother language day

Spring is in the air

Road safety week activity

Lala Lajpat Rai Activity

Swami Vivekanand Activity

Republic Day Activity

Christmas Activity

Environment Club Activities -Nov,23

प्रतिवेदन- द्वितीय शुभ चड्ढा स्मृति हिंदी अंतर्विद्यालयीय वाद–विवाद प्रतियोगिता (2023-24)

दिनांक 29.11.23 को दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड के प्राथमिक प्रकोष्ठ द्वारा हिंदी की ‘द्वितीय शुभ चड्ढा स्मृति हिंदी अंतर्विद्यालयीय वाद–विवाद प्रतियोगिता’ का सफल आयोजन किया गया | इस प्रतियोगिता में दिल्ली के बारह नामचीन विद्यालयों ने बड़े ही उत्साह–पूर्वक बढ़–चढ़ कर हिस्सा लिया| प्रतियोगियों का उत्साह अपने-आप में अद्भुत और रोमांचक था| प्रतियोगिता का विषय था- ‘जीवन का आनन्द अपनी आवश्यकताओं को सीमित रखने में है|’ विषय के पक्ष तथा विपक्ष में क्रमशः कक्षा चौथी और पाँचवीं के छात्रों के मौलिक-विचार लोगों के लिए मुख्य आकर्षण का केंद्र बने| श्रीमती शुभ चड्ढा जी की स्मृतियों को याद करते हुए श्री बी. आर चड्ढा तथा उनके पुत्र श्री राहुल चड्ढा जी ने अपनी उपस्थिति से इस अवसर को और यादगार बनाया| इस प्रतियोगिता की अध्यक्षा श्रीमती वीणा त्रिवेदी (विभागाध्यक्षा हिंदी–विभाग, दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड) थीं| प्रतियोगिता की निर्णायिका का कार्य-भार हिंदी की बहुचर्चित लेखिकाओं श्रीमती ममता सिंह (लेखिका एवं कई प्रसिद्ध संस्थाओं की अध्यक्षा) एवं हरियाणा गौरव डॉ० सविता चड्ढा जी (प्रसिद्ध लेखिका) ने सम्भाला| मंगल ज्योति- प्रज्ज्वलन के साथ आगत अतिथि विद्यालयों का स्वागत विद्यालय के विद्वान उपप्राचार्य श्री नवीन कुमार जी ने अपने उत्साह-वर्धक व्याख्यान के द्वारा किया|

इस अवसर पर विद्यालय के उपप्राचार्य श्री नवीन कुमार जी की गरिमामयी उपस्थिति आद्यंत बनी रही| सभी प्रतियोगियों के वाचन उपरांत, परिणाम घोषित किए गए| ‘दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, नोएडा सैक्टर-30’ के ‘दिव्यम अग्रवाल’ को आदर्श प्रवक्ता पुरस्कार दिया गया| ‘दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड’ को सर्वश्रेष्ठ दल की वैजयंती से सम्मानित किया गया| ‘दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड’ की छात्रा ‘पंखुरी गुप्ता’ ने प्रथम स्थान प्राप्त किया| द्वितीय स्थान ‘दी इंडियन स्कूल, दूसरी पाली’ की छात्रा ‘कात्यायनी मिश्र’ ने प्राप्त किया| तृतीय स्थान पर ‘दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, नॉलेज पार्क-V’ की छात्रा ‘गौरिका सिंह’ रही| कार्यक्रम के अंत में प्राथमिक-विभाग की शैक्षिक संपर्क अधिकारिणी (को–ओर्डिनेटर) श्रीमती स्नेहलता कौशिक ने प्रतियोगिता की समापन वेला में सभा में उपस्थित सभी लोगों के प्रति अपना आभार प्रकट किया| इस कार्यक्रम का समापन सामूहिक राष्ट्र-गान के साथ हुआ|

Diwali Activity 2023

Dusshera 2023

Environment Club Activities -Oct,23

अंतर्वर्गीय हिन्दी वाद- विवाद प्रतियोगिता (2023-24)

दिनांक 16-10-2023 को दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, मथुरा रोड के प्राथमिक- विभाग में ‘जीवन का आनंद अपनी आवश्यकताओं को सीमित रखने में है|’ विषय पर कक्षा चार एवं पाँच के छात्रों के बीच एक अंतर्वर्गीय हिंदी वाद-विवाद प्रतियोगिता आयोजित की गई| इस प्रतियोगिता में छात्रों का उत्साह अपने आप में अद्भुत और रोमांचक था| कार्यक्रम का शुभारम्भ विद्यालय के उपप्राचार्य श्री नवीन कुमार के संबोधन से हुआ| इस अवसर पर मुख्याध्यापिका 'श्रीमती मनीषा वर्मा' ने अपने उद्बोधन-व्याख्यान से बच्चों को प्रेरित किया| प्रतियोगिता की निर्णायिका-मंडल की सदस्या के रूप में अपने विद्यालय की अध्यापिका-द्वय, हिंदी-संस्कृत–विभागाध्यक्षा श्रीमती वीणा त्रिवेदी और वरिष्ठ हिंदी अध्यापिका श्रीमती अस्मिता पंत की गरिमामयी उपस्थिति आद्यंत बनी रही| प्रतियोगिता सञ्चालन का कार्य विद्यालय की हिंदी-विभाग की वरीय अध्यापिका श्रीमती सीमा गंभीर कर रही थीं| कार्यक्रम के दौरान विषय के पक्ष और विपक्ष में बोलते हुए विद्यार्थियों के अपने-अपने मौलिक-विचार लोगों के लिए मुख्य आकर्षण का केंद्र बने| सभी प्रतियोगियों के वाचन उपरांत परिणाम घोषित किए गए| कक्षा पाँचवीं की आयज़ा फ़ातिमा और कक्षा चौथी की पंखुरी गुप्ता ने प्रथम स्थान जीता| इसके बाद कक्षा पाँचवीं की मीरा धूत और कक्षा चौथी की अमायरा कपूर ने दूसरा स्थान जीता| प्रोत्साहन पुरस्कार कक्षा पाँचवीं के अवयुक्त अग्रवाल और कक्षा चौथी के विराज कटारा और रेयांश शर्मा को दिया गया| इस अवसर पर हिंदी विभाग के अतिरिक्त अन्य विषयों के शिक्षक-शिक्षिकाओं की उत्साहपूर्ण उपस्थिति प्रारम्भ से अंत तक बनी रही| तकनीकी सहयोगियों की कुशल यांत्रिक-व्यवस्थापन-कला ने सम्पूर्ण सदन को और भी सुन्दर बना दिया| परिणाम उद्घोषणा के बाद शैक्षिक संपर्क-अधिकारिणी श्रीमती स्नेहलता कौशिक ने सबका धन्यवाद-ज्ञापन किया और राष्ट्रगान के साथ प्रतियोगिता का समापन हुआ|

Awareness activities on Environmental Pollution, September,23

Antyodaya Diwas

Swacchta Pakhwada

Design your gealthy plate

World Cleanup Day - Class 1 and 2

Rakshbandhan Activity 2023

Independence Day Activity 2023

A Report On Iv Prabhjot Baruah Memorial Inter -School English Debate 2023-24

"Debate is the best way to test the strength of your ideas." - Sharad Vivek Sagar

Delhi Public School, Mathura Road organised the IV Prabhjot Baruah Memorial Inter-School English Debate for the students of Classes IV and V on 24 August 2023. The motion before the house was, ‘Social Media has Improved Human Communication’ to which the young debaters could relate personally. The event saw enthusiastic participation from 12 distinguished schools. The event witnessed an ebullient exchange of opinions and views.

The event saw an assemblage of eminent judges such as Mr Amit Arora, Journalist, Newsreader, Anchor, Radio Jockey, Quiz Master and an illustrious Commentator; Dr Archna Tyagi Senior Research Fellow with Center for Military History and Conflict and Ms Arunima, Editor at CNN News 18.

The event commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by a presentation on how technology is rapidly changing our everyday interactions. The school Principal, Ms Reema Sharma, Vice Principal (Academics), Ms Monica Sahni and Vice Principal (Administration), Mr Naveen Kumar felicitated the dignitaries. The Principal, in her address, emphasised that the advent of social media has brought about transformative shifts in various aspects of life. She also pointed out that social media not only reshapes the way people communicate, but also alters their daily routines; it is indeed undeniable that the profound influence of social media affects contemporary generations across different walks of life.

During the debate, participants highlighted the transformative impact of technology on our lives. They stressed that social media platforms have revolutionised how we connect, making communication faster and more convenient than ever before. This viewpoint led to a range of differing opinions, such as concerns about over-reliance on online interactions affecting faceto- face communication skills. These perspectives also addressed the potential drawbacks of excessive screen time and reduced personal interaction due to the prevalence of social media in our lives.

The panel of judges, Ms. Arunima, Mr. Amit Arora, and Dr. Archna Tyagi, expounded their observations to the assembled audience, commending the eloquence and acumen demonstrated by the speakers. They provided guidance on avenues through which the debaters could further improve and grow intellectually. The results were declared shortly after. The first position was bagged by Sara Kanwar from DPS Vasant Kunj. Adwaitaa Singh, also from DPS Vasant Kunj, secured the second position. The third position was bagged by Avika Bansal from The Indian School. Vir Chadha from, DPS Mathura Road, was presented with the Prabhjot Baruah Award for the Best Orator. The rolling trophy was awarded to DPS Vasant Kunj in recognition of their outstanding performance.

The Headmistress, Ms Manisha Varma gave the vote of thanks. She expressed admiration for the extensive research conducted by each speaker and conveyed her gratitude to the judges for dedicating their precious time. The event concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.