Delhi Public School, Nadergul believes in not just educating the minds but also educating the hearts. Both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of learner's growth with particular reference to attributes such as life skills, attitudes and values, sports and games as well as co-curricular activities are emphasized.
The curriculum, activities, systems and the entire ethos of the institution is designed to make the children discover themselves and their environment through exploration and discovery. It lays emphasis on learning by doing. Art, Music, Dance are some of the mediums of imparting education. The canvas of learning is painted with systematic, planned academic coverage blended with a plethora of competitions, events, celebration and colourful school programmes. Thus, the school strives to empower individuals, assure high quality learning through co-curricular activities and programmes and pave the way to a learning society.
Dance is the art that imprints on the soul. At DPS, we believe that children should dance to the music in their hearts. It is with the learner every moment and expresses itself in the most creative ways possible. Dance classes are offered to students one period a week as part of the regular timetable. Students participate in all dance forms for all events and competitions of the school.
It is said that music is life itself. Where words fail, music speaks. At DPS, music classes assume much importance. The school has dedicated music teachers for every level of the school. No programme or assembly of the school is done without the involvement of music. Music classes are offered to students one period a week as part of the regular timetable.
NEP 2020 recommends Art integration as a cross-curricular pedagogical approach that utilizes various aspects and forms of Art & Culture as the basis for learning of concepts across subjects. Art helps in removing the silos between various disciplines and adopting a holistic approach in school curriculum. Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate, to inspire and to motivate. Music classes are offered to students one period a week as part of the regular timetable.