Education at all levels is viewed today as an acquisition of skills rather than bookish knowledge. As such, the curriculum imposes the imperative of including in it a variety of activities that impart skills that can form the basis for a career later on. It is with the purpose to create a unique educational platform and environment that facilitates and encourages the spirit of enquiry, creativity and moral leadership that we have interspersed art and sports into the curriculum with the aim of engaging all the learners, while enthusing and challenging them. Developing creativity and stimulating imagination among the learners are the common threads of curriculum. Use of technology both by the facilitator and the learners has been emphasized throughout the curriculum, preparing and developing learners thinking for the world of tomorrow. A complete transformation in the way teaching learning takes place has been brought about by using innovative practices. The concept of flipped classrooms literally turns the traditional education on its head that has effectively implemented higher order skills in the classroom. Saturdays are used in a productive way by the students as a Home Study day. Arrangements are made to allocate one period in the time table on Friday, so that the teacher can not only discuss the way assignment needs to be done by the students, but also advise the learners on how to use the Student Study Material effectively. Teachers prepare assignments that are supported by study materials that are uploaded in the form of lecture videos, PPTs, Web links, etc for the students to access them 24x7.
DPSG is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education, the largest educational board in India. The major performance indicator of DPSG is its academic primacy and it has carved a niche for itself by consistently producing the best results in the country and placing the students in renowned universities of national and international repute.
We offer a wide array of optional subjects in all the streams — Science, Commerce and Humanities with focus on liberal arts and vocational subjects. The students have the choice of opting for the following subject(s) of their interest and pursue a career in BioTechnology, Fine Arts, Music, Geospatial Studies, Informatics, Computer Science, Sociology, Legal Studies, Banking and Insurance, Physical Education, Home Science, Fashion Studies, Entrepreneurship, Psychology and NCC. We take pride in our illustrious alumni base as they are a testimony to our philosophy of imparting education that prepares the students for life.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad is accredited with the International Baccalaureate for the Diploma Programme catering to the students of Classes Xl and Xll from 2016 onwards. The 1B Diploma Programme (DP) is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations that prepares students aged 16 to 19, for success at university level and life beyond. It enables the students to reflect on the nature of knowledge, complete independent research and undertake projects that involve community service. The Diploma Programme prepares students for effective participation in a rapidly evolving and increasingly global society, making then open-minded, reflective, critical thinkers and principled individuals.
Integration of STEM and Arts in the curriculum has given a sense of purpose and direction to the students by painting the ideas and concepts on paper, making 3D models, conducting science experiments to solve a problem generated in the classroom and programming an application that models a real-world problem.
|Beautiful T-Shirts Painted by students||Students working in the ATL Lab|
|Art in the Class||Board Game made by Secondary Wing Students|
DPSG has outlived the days of Interactive Boards, Smart Class and e-content etc. We are a proud 'School in Cloud' collaborating through Microsoft Office 365 tools and Edmodo, honing the 21st Century Skills with optimum use of education technology.
We have educators who believe in effectively implementing higher order skills of Bloom's Taxonomy in the classroom rather than engaging students at the knowledge and comprehension level. Inquiry based learning has helped students to become independent thinkers and problem solvers.
|We encourage Inquiry based learning||PYP Students in the Class Room|