ROTARY INTERACT CLUB
As the Interact calendar comes to a close, we take great pride and pleasure in sharing that the hard work and dedication shown by the interactors of DPSG International has been recognized by the Rotary Club and they have been awarded with a Silver Club Award at the online District Interact
In its first year of inception the DextErous Hands Interact Club has been able to reach out to the society in their own way through various activities.
A ‘Know Your Number Camp’ was held during the Diwali season to raise awareness towards health and fitness. The participants were checked for their BMI and blood pressure. The results surprised many who pledged to change their eating habits and adopt healthy ways.
The Interactors also organized a Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with Rotary Club Ghaziabad. Doctors and medical professionals from the Rotary Blood Bank worked alongside the school medical team to guide and support the parents who came forward to donate blood. Interactors also dispelled several myths regarding blood donation through their interactions with parents
A fund raiser for the Help Age India Project was also organized to create awareness against the alarming trend of sending senior citizens to old age homes in our society, especially in urban areas. These old age Homes are mostly overcrowded and severely underfunded. To counter this problem Interactors collected funds for the Help Age India.
Through their initiative, the students have been able to make a positive impact on the society and also develop leadership skills and teamwork.
Quizzards Club (Quiz Club)
Students learn to build their general knowledge, to process and retain information, identify gaps in knowledge as well as monitor their own progress. The club aids in their cognitive development.
Quizzing their way through various themes - famous personalities, current affairs and politics, national and international events, logos and symbols, abbreviations, science and technology, these children are the inquisitive ones who keep abreast of all that is happening around the world.
Rangmanch Club (Theatre Club)
Huzzah /hʊˈzɑː/ is an exclamation of delight that defines the energetic, enthusiastic and creative members of this club. They are adept at storming the stage and working in collaborative ensembles, be it street plays, mime acts, musical theatre or mimicry.
Students learn the nuances of theatre, voice modulation, character depiction, stage craft, social awareness and understanding humanity; besides, they develop self -confidence, creativity, collaboration and communication.
They bring joy through their theatre performances—sometimes bringing up serious social issues like No Tobacco, Gender Inequality, Swachh Bharat, Say No to Crackers to the forefront. These Street Plays to spread awareness have been highly appreciated by the people.
Maths Pi Rate Club (Mathematics Club)
Students hone mathematical, reasoning, analytical and logical thinking skills in order to gain problem solving abilities and real-life application. This club is for the ones who love to unravel the magic of numbers, to understand some of the fascinating patterns in their behavior and find surprising applications of those patterns.
The Word Weavers are the free-spirited and versatile children, who love to speak their minds, weave stories, relate anecdotes and work to enhance their vocabulary and develop eloquence par excellence.
Students enhance oratorial skills via debates, elocutions, extempore and JAMs. This enhances their communication, knowledge, creativity, critical thinking, poise, professionalism and self-esteem.
These are the children who have brought laurels to the school at Inter School elocutions, debates and declamation, MUNs and Youth Parliaments
Literati Club is for the Book Lovers, who have discovered the joy of reading for pleasure. Books are their best friends, the keys to a treasure trove of knowledge on any topic under the sun.
Students develop extensive reading & writing skills. They learn reading and writing for pleasure. They develop learner autonomy, language competence, consolidate and sustain vocabulary growth, concentration, self-esteem, empathy, creativity and imagination. Letting loose their imagination they also learn creative writing and poetry, beautifully putting into words their emotions and feelings about the world around them.
Green Bough Club (Environment Club)
They are the Green Fingered ones — who helped in bringing up the herb garden and the compost pit in the school. Crusaders for the Earth and its Environment, they are always vigilant to conserve water and electricity and to keep the school a No Plastic Zone. Members also hosted the Paryavaran Panchayat—an Inter-School Awareness Programme where resolutions were made to preserve the environment and a charter was drafted to be presented to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.
Students enhance their scientific and innovation skills Science, Math, Technology, Engineering and Art. They develop creativity, the habit of exploration and to apply their knowledge in real life situations.
Regular visits to the National Science Centre have proved to be a great way to develop scientific awareness and arouse curiosity among the children.
Members were a part of the Student’s Solar Ambassadors Workshop to make solar lamps wherein they attempted to make a Guinness World Record of the highest number of people harnessing solar power simultaneously.
Our students participated in the Science Annual Fest Avishkaar 2019. They presented a working model of a Solar Tracker and bagged the 2nd position
Our project FRIGIT at the Inspire Awards 2019 was selected for the National Level.
Our student qualified the National level of National Children’s Science Congress 2019 from among 350 participants from the State of Uttar Pradesh and went on to participate in the Final Round of the NCSC.
Students develop awareness and a sense of respect for our heritage, tolerance, respect for diversity, understand history and the importance of the conservation of our heritage for the future generations.
Visiting historical monuments and creating travelogues for different states of India, children learn to explore and appreciate not only monuments but also nature, flora and fauna, culture, tradition, art forms, festivals and food as part of heritage. Students Inculcate values of respect for diversity and tolerance while collecting recipes for traditional food and create nature trails in and around the school.
Heritage Club endeavours to inculcate a feeling of pride and love for the rich cultural legacy of our country’s composite culture. Visits to historical places like Taj Mahal, Humayun’s tomb, Purana Quila, Qutub Minar and heritage walks are organized to discover the beauty that is India.
Students identify their role in the society and create awareness about social issues as well reach out to the needy in orphanages or old age homes. Blood donation camps and collection drives of used books or toys are also organized for underprivileged children. They learn to value social connections.
The Dexterous Hands Interact Club works in close association with the Rotary Cub and has been awarded with a Silver Medal for the various activities that they undertook in 2019. The Interactors organized a Blood Donation Camp, led a fund raiser for Help Age India, and issued health cards to parents. Several students were eligible for the bronze and silver medals while one student qualified for the Gold Medal.
Students learn creativity and innovation through Tech Tools. They research information, create web pages/blogs, build robots, learn designing and share their passion for technology.
The students learn about other countries around the world through global collaboration via skype sessions, create awareness about global warming by recording their voices on Flip grid, making Sway Presentations as well as creating posters and banners to save the Planet. The students learn movie making, custom animations and narration in Power Point to express their views on global issues. Sessions are also based on managing digital footprints and web cyber safety.
Students learn to express themselves creatively through Dance and Music. They develop skill, focus, coordination, teamwork, imagination and emotional development. They learn that verbal language and movement are entwined.
Students learn traditional dance forms like kathak and bharatnatyam as well as western dance forms. In music they learn Indian classical vocal as well as playing the drums, guitar and keyboard. The school choir is a part of the limelight club.
These children have made the school proud by participating and winning at various national and international events.
Students learn to express themselves through innovative art and craft. The creative pods club helps them to develop fine motor skills, increase hand-eye coordination, enhances their creativity and productivity and provides a boost to their self-esteem through attainment.
This club is for the artistically inclined—with a passion for painting, sculpture, craft, pottery, best out of waste and what not! From candle making, glass painting to clay work on pots, students are introduced to the fundamental techniques and concepts of intaglio and relief print making, etching, engraving, aquatint, monoprint, woodcut and linocut. They are the ones who maintain the aesthetic charm of the school.
EAT AND GREET CLUB
Eat and Greet Club endeavours to equip students with basic skills of preparing simple recipes and also to develop understanding of the nutritional value of the same. The club also aims to encourage everyone to have understanding of food hygiene and food safety. It provides students the opportunity to learn both basic cooking skills and specific cooking styles and techniques from a trained mentor. The chef mentors each member on how to chop vegetables and fruits, sauté, fry and bake various meals and vegetables plate and serve delicious meals.
THE MUN CLUB
“ The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow.”- Nelson Mandela
Students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations in the MUN club. The primary objective of MUN club is to engage students and allow them to develop a deeper understanding of contemporary world issues. A MUN is a simulation of an actual United Nations conference, where students are tasked with responding to a global issue through research, drafting, lobbying and debate to pass a suitable ‘resolution’ . Preparing and participating in a MUN helps students develop leadership skills, research, writing, public speaking, and problem-solving skills. Moreover, coming up with solutions that are acceptable to majority and also inculcates skills of negotiation, conflict resolution, and cooperation.
Clubs in Primary