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Community Outreach Program


DPSG Sushant Lok organized a Walk-a-Thon to spread awareness on the E-Waste Management in C- Block Sushant Lok on 29th October 2021. Residents were informed about the school’s collaboration with Earth Sense Recycle Pvt. Ltd. for the cause of saving Mother Earth and is a collection centre for E-waste. The initiative taken by our school was appreciated by the residents. They suggested that a poster for the same to be put in all the parks of the colony so that people can deposit their E-waste at the right place. Ms. Suman Kumar, a resident expressed her desire to be an active partner in the mission of E-waste management project taken up by the school. We also invited neighbouring schools to join us in the cause. Students of Polestar Public School, Sec-7 Gurgaon participated whole heartedly in the Walkathon and helped us spreading the awareness far and wide.


DPSG SL believes in inculcating values along with the overall development of students and hence we encourage our young learners to connect with the outside world and develop a sense of responsibility towards society.Under the ‘Milan Partnership Programme’, fifteen students of class IV and five students of class V of Government Model Sanskriti Primary School visited DPSG, Sushant Lok on 6 March 2019.The students felt excited to see the colourful Play area, Splash Pool, Open Air theatre, well equipped Bio and Chemistry Labs, well-lit and spacious classrooms of primary wing. The students were exhilarated to see science come alive in the 3D Lab which also left an indelible impression on their learning. They also visited medical room and were excited to get their medical check up done.The students were wonderstruck to see the huge indoor badminton court where they got an opportunity to show their badminton skills. The ostentatious and spectacular display of art-craft work and paintings fascinated the students and teachers. The students also had a hand on activity with the Primary teachers of DPSG, Sushant Lok on Adjectives. They had a gala time playing ‘Stone paper scissors’. It was a true learning experience and indeed a memorable day for the children.


If you cut a tree you kill a life, if you save a tree you save a life, but if you plant a tree you plant a life.Today the world is facing environmental problems. Global warming, ozone depletion and pollution are burning issues. Solution to these problems lies in planting more trees.In keeping with the green spirit of monsoon and giving unstinted support to the Haryana government's initiative to plant more and more trees, students of DPSG Sushant Lok took initiative to plant saplings in the Green belt area opposite Gold souk, Sushant Lok, Gurugram to espouse environmental causes. School student's council along with school principal and parents enthusiastically planted saplings of perennial trees. The tree plantation drive was truly a learning experience for all the students.

“Environment Conservation – An awareness Rally in Sushant Lok

The students of DPSG Sushant Lok, Gurugram long with teachers and parents took out a rally throughout C Block, Sushant Lok, Gurugram to spread awareness on environmental protection.The participants of the rally held placards that carried messages on the protection of the environment, biodiversity and issues that are affecting the environment. They explained to passers-by on the need to maintain ecological balance and follow practices for sustainable development.This rally was a part of co-curricular activity to make students understand the importance of clean and green environment.”

Visit to supermarket- Spencer’s Sushant Lok

Grade : KG
There’s a bit of magic found in buying something new at the Supermarket. We, the tiny tots of DPSG had a great time in exploring the Spencer’s Supermarket and were provided the ideal customer experience. We were accompanied by our HRTs and our Wing Coordinator.We enjoyed ourselves to the fullest by exploring and buying various things. Taking cue from the Prime Minister’s speech on the Indian Independence Day to reduce the use of single-use plastic, we carried our own non-plastic bags of jute/paper etc. It was a memorable learning experience for all of us.