DPSGV organised the annual function for ECCE Wing and CLASS I ' MANMOHANA- KRISHNA' on 31st Aug'19.
The little ones displayed array of colourful Bal Leela of krishna, who taught us the true meaning of life and gave us mool mantra of happiness.
The function marked the culmination of birth celebrations, Ras Leela, peacock dance, Holi dance, music and yoga.
The chief guest of the day was Ms. Tapti Chaterjee, Executive Director of MPS Society and Guest of Honour were Ms. Jaya Prasad ( Principal of Maple Bear Canadian School, Indirapuram & Vasundhara) and Ms. Monika Khan ( Founder of Sunrise Nest Play School). The guest while speaking on the occassion congratulated the school for making efforts in taking such an enlightening theme.
Principal of the school Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, applauded the efforts of the students, teachers, parents for making this function great success.
The programme came to a splendid end with National Anthem.

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With the soaring summer heat and lazy summers, everyone feels like having cool refreshing drinks. They help us to rehydrate and re-energize us. While water is the utmost important drink to quench thirst, you can try other beverages too. Juices taste delicious and provide vitamins and minerals to our body. The tiny tots of Pre Nursery and Nursery class made pinky pink Roohafza Drink.The children had great time mixing the Roohafza and water. The activity ended on a fun note with the kids getting to drink the cool drink. This drink refreshed and energized them.

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ECCE wing and Class 1 celebrated Earth the whole week by pledging to protect the greenery, the natural resources, the beauty and the bounty that our planet has generously bestowed upon us, by translating our vision of a clean and green India into action. “Be the change you want to see in the world,” said Mahatma Gandhi. We started with ‘’paper bag making” activity on first day followed by “go green” lunch and compiled it with a special assembly on 26.04.2019 ; where students performed a dance, recited poems and slogans to sensitize everyone around.

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One World One Family

Each of us must rededicate ourselves to serve the common good. We are a community. Our individual fates are linked; our futures intertwined; and if we act in that knowledge and in that spirit together, we can move mountains." 
Jimmy Carter

We become human only in the company of other human beings. And this involves both opening our hearts and giving voice to our deepest convictions. All men are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated the Annual Function of the ‘STARZ’ ECE wing and class 1 on September 29, 2018. The theme of the function was ‘One World One Family’
By staging the interesting character of Chota Bheem who lives in Dholakpur, a mythical city, the show depicted the idea that the golden way is to be friends with the world and to regard the whole human family as one. 
The little DPSGVites presented enthralling dance performances from various parts of the world viz. Russia, Brazil, Cuba, Japan and India. In their captivating bright dresses with their stomping feet and invigorating music floating through air, the tiny tots cast a magical spell and enchanted the audience.
It was indeed a treat for the eyes, spreading the message that our true destiny is a world built from the bottom up by competent citizens living in solid communities, engaged in and by their places. The little ones beautifully expressed the importance of the global values of love, peace, harmony, integrity and brotherhood. 
The chief guest of the day was Dr. Ashok Kumar Gadiya, Chairperson, Mewar University Chittorgarh and Vasundhara and Dr. AnujaTrehan, an Indian Criminal Psychologist who is also a counsellor, social activist and an advocate and Mr Alok Saxena of Red FM .
The guests appreciated the children for the wonderful performance.
The Principal, Dr. Jaishree Bhargava addressed the gathering stating the importance of such programmes which help the students learn a variety of things beyond classroom. On the other hand, the parents were overwhelmed seeing the enthusiastic performance of the children. They deeply praised the hard work and dedication behind the programme which no doubt made it a complete success.


To eat is a necessity 
But to eat healthy is an art.

Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have. To boost the culinary skills of our little chefs of Nursery, CHEESE MONACCO BITES activity was conducted on Sept 17,2018. All the children brought the ingredients like monacco biscuits, cucumber, pomegranate, cheese slice with tomato sauce and mayonnaise. The aim of the activity was to inculcate healthy eating habits and showcase their talent. It was a crunchy and delicious treat which children relished a lot.


Celebrating Lord Krishna’s B’day helps in awakening our spirits and reminds us of His presence always” 

The ECCE Wing of DPSGV rejoiced in the celebration of Janamashtami on Saturday, 1st September 2018. To flag off the festivities, the entire ECCE Wing was decorated based on the theme of Janamashtami. All the students were dressed in the attire of Krishna and Radha. An Aarti was recited and songs related to Janamashtami were played while a puja was performed by our honourable Principal, Dr. Jaishree Bhargava along with the teachers and the little ones. The entire ECCE Wing was filled with fragrance of flowers, soothing aroma of burning camphor and jingle of the bells. The involvement of the children in the celebration at such a tender age was worth applauding. It was a momentous moment with children going back home delighted wearing Mukut as a symbol of celebration.

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Rakshabandhan is a bond of love and togetherness,

It’s a thread that binds our lives and our hearts.

Happy Raksha bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is a celebration of the abiding and immaculate bond of love between brother and sister. DPSGV always aims at instilling cultural values in the children and as a part of the festival celebrations, ECCE wing celebrated Rakshabandhan with great fun and fervor on 24.08.18 (Friday). Children learnt to make beautiful and colourful rakhi using materials like ribbons, sequins etc. The teachers explained the significance of the festival. The students tied Rakhi to the Principal of the school, Dr. Jaishree Bhargava. She showered her blessings on the little ones and gave them sweets on the occasion.


“Nothing is more precious than independence and liberty”

The ECCE wing of DPSGV celebrated the free spirit of the Independence Day with devoutness and enthusiasm on 14th August 2018. The students came dressed in white kurta pyjama and tri coloured accessories and wallowed into activities like singing patriotic songs, getting acquainted with our National Symbols & National Festivals. They brought delicious home made tri coloured goodies and creatively showcased their love for their country by making tri- coloured posters. It was indeed a lovely sight, seeing the little ones holding posters and flags. The event culminated with the distribution of chocolates for the special occasion


Starz of ECCE presented a cultural extravaganza" ATULYA BHARAT". This extravaganza was an attempt to capture the magnificent beauty and culture of different states of India. The function was presided by Mr. Rajesh Kumar Yadav (ADM, Ghaziabad), Mr. Gurucharan Singh (Dronacharya Awardee), Mr. Ajay Kumar Bansal (Dronacharya Awardee) & Mr. Anshul Pathak (Vice Chairman and Treasurer of DPSGV Society).

              Students created a beautiful ambience of ATULYA BHARAT through their performances. Students astonished the audience with their synchronized movements in their performances. The programme was full of excitement and created beautiful memories.