Delhi Public School Hathras organised various programs on the occasion of CHRISTMAS.
Guru Nanak Dev ji was the first of the ten Sikh gurus and the founder of Sikhism. His birth anniversary of is observed as ‘Gurpurab’ across the globe.
This year Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrated virtually on the 30th of November 2020.
To observe this auspicious occasion, The students dressed in traditional Sikh attire and the assembly commenced with a speech followed by a inspiring thought. Student of class IV then came forward to share useful information relating to Guru Nanak Dev ji.
The tiny tots also presented the bhangra to the traditional bhangra drumbeats & a traditional sikh song ….
Delhi Public School Hathras organised various activities on the occasion of Diwali. Kids of class Nursery and Prep decorated the Diya with mirrors and painted them with the colours of their choice. Students of class I & II had Diwali fun party by creating paper crackers.
Class III made wonderful rangoli by their own that symbolises “Colours to Beautify Your Lives”.
Students enjoyed the diwali fun activity.
The exhilaration and celebratory spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. To add to the first festive fervour, students of DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL HATHRAS presented a special virtual assembly on Diwali.
The assembly emphasized the importance of ‘No to Crackers’ by a puppet show.
This was followed by a melodious song by juniors. A beautiful dance was also performed by the talented toddlers wishing all a very happy Diwali. The assembly came to an end with fabulous rangoli by the students. These highlighted the festivity and good cheer of the festival.
Delhi Public School Hathras celebrated the Navratri festival virtually. The students from class III to VIII attired in traditional dresses added to the festive mood. Students were told about the importance of nine days of Navratri.
Special assembly on Dussehra was also organized in the end to tell the students about Ramayana.Students decorated dandiya sticks and shared thought ,facts ,speech on the particular topic.
Online initiative by Delhi public school Hathras – Students from class Nursery to II enjoyed sharing facts related to dusherra. Later, they made a sketch of Maa Durga. Kids were quite happy with the activity and shared their creativity.
A special assembly on the occasion of Navratri festival, was presented by the children of the Delhi Public School Hathras. Celebrating the victory of good over evil. The students showcased Dandiya and Garba through their performance.
It is celebration time once again. The festival of Navratri comes with the promise of nine days of non-stop fun, dance and festivities. Here is a self Choreography by Dps Hathras’s student for Navratri.
Presenting 2nd Virtual Assembly by DPS Hathras’s students. Pre-Primary, Primary and Seniors divided in 3 groups. Theme Teacher’s Day.
Presenting 1st Virtual Assembly by DPS Hathras’s students. Pre-Primary, Primary and Seniors divided in 3 groups. Theme National Sports Day.
DPS Hathras’s celebrating virtual Rakhi with tiny tods.
In Intra class activity Students of grade Nursery to grade II have made different colorful rakhis with waste materials ,and their charming parents encouraged them a lot..
Small initiative taken by the students of DPS Hathras along with their dance teachers by doing Mudra (In Indian classical dance, mudras are single hand gestures or double hand gestures, that can be meaningful or simply aesthetic. They also accompany a wider bodily expression that will give full meaning to the dance)during Covid 19 Pandemic Period.
DPS Hathras’s seniors are celebrating virtual Ganesha Chaturthi by performing Ganesha Stuti in a pure bharatanatyam dance form….
May the Lord Vighna Vinayaka removes all the obstacles and showers all with bounties…
DPS Hathras’s celebrating virtual Independence Day with toddlers. Students of grade Nursery to grade II have shown their respect to our motherland by hosting and making flags with the help of their parents.
Online Classroom… an initiative taken by Delhi Public School Hathras.
Along with academics, students are also learning new skills and dance forms in their respective online activity sessions.
Here, student of DPS Hathras presents a Semi-classical dance form with wonderful music cover by Indian Raga.