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Like the infinite reach of the sky, you shower unconditional love upon me!

Like the soothing calm under a tree, with arms open you welcome me!

Like the amazing magician, you surprise me with my favourite toy!

Like the fairy, you treat me with my favourite dish beyond joy!

Like the dear friend, you play with me enthusiastically all day!

Like a doting grandchild, I love you and wish you a ‘Happy Grandparents Day’!

Grandparents and children have a special connection that is proven to both, which make grandparents live longer and make children emotionally resilient. To treasure the connection, ECCE wing of DPSGV celebrated Grandparents Day on 9th September 2022. The motive behind this day’s celebration was to honor grandparents, to give them an opportunity to show love for their children’s children, and to help children become aware of their culture, traditions and respect for elders. The program started with lighting of the lamp followed by a dance performance by our little Starz. The enthralling performance by students left the grandparents spellbound and they were thoroughly mesmerized. Many exciting activities were also conducted to make our loving grandparents feel special like ‘Funtakshari’, Ramp Walk and Catch the Ball etc. The children were very excited to see their grand dad or grand mom participate in the games and cheered them wholeheartedly. The grandparents were very sportive and brought out the child in them through their active participation. Everyone seemed truly happy. The event came to an end with a thanksgiving speech by our respected Principal Sir. As a token of love, the grandparents were given mugs with photograph of the grandchildren along with their grandparents printed on it, that surely added a personal touch to the event.

All in all, it was a memorable day for the grandparents. Happiness ushering on their face reflected that it was a day well spent at DPSGV.

"The significance of Diwali is removal of darkness and ignorance from the mind and filling it with goodness."
The victory of good over evil and to celebrate the festival of lights - Deepawali a special class assembly of Grade 3 was conducted. A musical and theatrical extravaganza-Ramayana where highlights were the scenes of Ram Sita svayamvar, Ram ka van gaman, Sita haran and Raavan's defeat by lord Rama connected everyone with not only the epic story of Ramayana but also helped them understand ever inspiring and life changing lessons learnt from Ramayana.
Ravana's pious qualities were overshadowed by his ego and anger which led to his defeat. Truth is the highest Dharma and Ramayana inspires us to lead a righteous and virtuous life. The program was highly appreciated by our Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist who inspired us all through his words of wisdom that each one of us have both Rama and Ravana (Our negative behaviour) within us . It is up to us to see how we can help ourselves overcome the negativity so that we can live our lives with positivity. He also gave his wishes and blessings for Diwali. Let us celebrate Diwali with gleam of auspicious Diyas and the holy chants, May happiness and prosperity fill our lives forever.

“He who plants a tree, plants a hope.“
– Lucy Larcom
The young IB PYP learners of class Prep conducted the Culmination Assembly on Unit of Inquiry- Sharing the Planet. The theme was ‘Plants’ which was beautifully presented and expressed by these tiny tots.
The little Starz expressed the characteristics of plants, parts of plant, things we get from plants by enacting, dancing, and reciting rhymes. Our young learners participated enthusiastically followed by sharing their experience of being an IB PYP learner.
To dispel the darkness of ignorance within and replace it with the light of hope and knowledge, Diwali the festivals of light came alive when the children performed a skit on Ramayana. They were dressed up in colorful ethnic attire and enacted Lord Rama’s reunion and his return to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana in a battle. The children also showcased the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerizing dance performance.
The Principal Sir, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist appreciated the efforts of all the children, parents, and teachers.

“The important thing is not to stop questioning”- Albert Einstein.
20th of July 2022 our school DPSGV organized class 3 assembly followed by exhibition. The exhibition was conducted by our PYP learners and teachers, participating and collaborating hand in hand to make the event successful. Our PYP learners were very excited, and the theme of the assembly was UI 1-WHO WE ARE which talked in length about human relationships, friends, communities and cultures and our rights and responsibilities.
The assembly cum exhibition is an event where students are given the opportunity to share their understanding of a real-life issues, their roles, and responsibilities all the topic they've covered. It’s a great way to help children reflect on all their learning while developing different skills. Students showcased their learning in the form of their reflection through different activities and task they did during the theme -WHO WE ARE. They are the futuristic PYP learners.
Students were engaged in an in-depth collaborative inquiry, to provide them with an opportunity to demonstrate independence and responsibility for their own learning, to demonstrate how students can act because of their learning and to involve students, teachers, parents, and other members of the school community in a collaborative experience that incorporates the essential elements of the PYP.
The impact of the assembly cum was exhibition on the development of international mindedness, critical thinking, and attributes of the IB learner profile.
The action element of the exhibition was particularly valued by parents, students and teachers. Parents spoke about their children’s exhibition in terms of pride and wonder in the form of their feedback. They were impressed by their children’s independence and capabilities. They viewed independent learning and competence in presenting, working together and critical thinking as valuable ‘real world’ attributes.
The assembly cum exhibition was inquiry-led but the structured support of teachers emerged as a key factor in giving students space and freedom to make decisions and conduct inquiry. This was somewhat in connect with the need to organize every step of the process and share information with parents. Teachers, mentors, parents and students played active roles and the reflections of all participants were at the heart of continued improvement in the exhibition experience.
The event was a great success.

“Family is where life begins and love never ends.” Family is the first source of love we receive in our life. It teaches us the meaning of love, responsibility, care, and support.
To recognize the essence of family, students of class 2 conducted a special assembly on 19th July, 2022. The theme of the assembly was based on the unit of inquiry “Who We Are”. It was an inquiry into the nature of self, beliefs and values, human relationships including family, friends, communities, and culture, rights, and responsibilities, what it means to be human. This assembly was a glimpse into what students did in this unit of inquiry.
The program commenced with a lovely song wherein the students encapsulated their memorable family moments. The students created placards depicting different types of family and presented a role play. It was followed by a family scene where students showcased how the family members share their roles and responsibilities. The student led assembly revolved around a beautiful quiz where students shared the importance of good and bad qualities and responsibility towards their friends. A video showing beautiful moments of the little ones enjoying with their friends was also shared. It also included some AHA moments they experienced on their journey of the unit of inquiry.
A mesmerizing dance performance also highlighted the significance of friendship. The assembly concluded with a culmination ppt in which students mentioned their entire journey of scholastic and co-scholastic activities. Some glimpses of parent reflection were also shared at the end as parents are also vital to the success of their child’s educational journey. The Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist applauded their confidence, enthusiasm and zeal. He also asked all the students to express love and gratitude to their loved ones.
Grade 1 conducted class assembly on their first Unit of Inquiry Who We Are. The assembly focused on Central idea of the theme, making responsible choices about daily habits and routines enables us to have a healthy lifestyle, the key concepts and IB Learner Profile attributes. The young learners showcased their talents, performed acts, took pledge and got applauded for their efforts and achievements.
It concluded with our Headmistress Ms. Jayati Mazumdar appreciating the efforts of students of Grade 2. The assembly ended with the National Anthem.


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“Expressing emotions and feelings doesn’t make you weak, it makes you strong”
As per the ongoing Unit of Inquiry How We Express Ourselves, students of class 2 participated in the kitchen activity to prepare emojis of different expressions with any fruits and vegetables of their choice like bread, biscuits, carrot, olives, grapes, cucumber etc. The result was a delicious and nutritious facial expression that's sure to appeal to any pallet. The young learners participated very enthusiastically and explored their artistic self by making different facial expressions like happy, excited, sad, angry, joyful, surprised etc. All the students enjoyed the activity and deepen their knowledge about expression through this activity.

Every year the winter melts away and spring brings a new beginning. Ah, the sweet smell of spring. It’s such a refreshing time. This new beginning also brings happiness. “Where flowers bloom so does hope”.
Students of class 1 from DPSGV, celebrated the festival of Basant Panchami by reciting shlokas and poems dedicated to Goddess Saraswati also known as Goddess of knowledge. They all wore yellow attire as this colour is considered auspicious for this festival. Being IBPYP students their communication skills were commendable. They spoke about the importance of this festival and its celebration in India. This helped them to discover that festivals and celebrations are unique and wonderful ways in which people express themselves and are beautiful reflections of their beliefs and values. Students also offered the homemade prasad to Goddess Saraswati and then had their delicious yellow coloured food like yellow kheer, yellow rice, yellow sweets etc. to mark it as a celebration that represents the beginning of spring season. DPSGV always believes that students should be proud of their culture. This celebration helped them to appreciate the aesthetic value and creativity of festivals.



“A Nations culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people”-

Mahatma Gandhi

Teaching children about Republic Day is a great way to instill patriotism and a sense of belongingness in the young hearts. A virtual special assembly was conducted by students of KG to celebrate Republic Day with enthusiasm and great zeal. The assembly commenced with Gayatri Mantra, thought of the day and news. Our tiny tots briefed about Republic Day and how it is celebrated. The online session was filled with joyous fervor, as the tiny tots danced to the beat of song which filled patriotism in everyone’s heart. A short quiz on Republic Day was conducted, where little ones participated with great enthusiasm. STARZ of DPSGV also shared their views about how Republic Day is celebrated across the country. Our little ones took pledge, they will respect everyone and keep their surroundings clean. Few grandparents also shared their thought about republic day and encouraged kids to respect and uphold the honour, integrity, diversity, and uniqueness of our country. The assembly was graced by Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist and Headmistress Ms Jayati Mazumdar, who appreciated the efforts of all the children. The Academic Coordinator, Ms Sujata Kohli cherished and appreciated the efforts by tiny tots. Students of KG also exhibited their creativity and expressed their love for nation through their drawings.

The happy and smiling faces of children spread the happiness and joy in the heart of the viewers with the message of patriotism and love for our country.

School assemblies of DPSGV are great ways to develop the unity among students and all the stakeholders. It strengthen how the school works. Probably it’s the first platform which is provided to young minds, boosting their confidence towards public speaking and imbibing a feeling of team spirit in their nascent minds. Keeping up with the same, the students of class 3 ROSE conducted their class assembly on 19th January, 2022.The theme of the assembly was ‘New Beginnings, New Resolutions by PYP learners on this 73rd Republic day’.

The assembly commenced with the musical instrument played by a student on ‘dil diya hai jan bhi denge ai watan tere liye’that made the atmosphere vibrant and provided peace and serenity to the minds and souls. The students had put up mesmerizing patriotic dance and singing performances to express their love for nation. The energy of the performance was contagious which left the audience in awe of them. Not only this, they also shared their understanding about IBPYP and how the curriculum is helping them to grow as global citizens. They made new year resolutions and promised to make the world a better place to live in by their actions. Parents also came forward with their reflection videos wherein they appreciated the school’s effort and very satisfied with their child’s learning and growth. The show did not end up here. Students came forward to show the spirit of patriotism and recited slogans in tri color attire and accessories. The assembly was concluded with the coordinator’s message wadded patriotic flavor in it .

The head mistress was impressed and congratulated each and every participant for their efforts and motivated them by calling future leaders with extraordinary skills..

The assembly took the right path when Principal sir explained the differences between equity and equality, sympathy and empathy through visible thinking image. Students responded very well and gained a lot of knowledge on it. It was a complete IBPYP assembly where we could feel the essence of patriotism in a full swing.


Heartiest Congratulations to all the stakeholder once again!


DPSGV believes that kitchen activities build the self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits in the students and these activities are a great way to teach students important skills! As per the ongoing Unit of Inquiry Sharing the Planet, students of class 1 participated in the kitchen activity to prepare water animals with any fruits and vegetables of their choice like orange, carrot, olives, grapes, peas etc. The result was a delicious and nutritious water animals that's sure to appeal to any pallet.The young learners explored their artistic self as they designed colourful, water animals like fish, octopus, jellyfish etc. thus, proclaiming that we share our planet with these water animals too and we should save and protect them. The students were filled with the sense of accomplishment, self-confidence and feeling of contributing to the environment

A virtual Jungle theme party was organized for the little ones of Nursery of DPSGV to reinforce the topic of animals under their ongoing unit of inquiry – Sharing the Planet. Seeing their mothers cooking food in the kitchen, little children are always curious to try to make something to eat for themselves. So, a ‘Sandwich Making Activity’ was held for our tiny tots, to make their dream come true. With the instructions given by the teacher, they made faces of different animals. The culinary adventure was a good learning experience for our young ones. They were told to help their mothers in the kitchen and were advised not to play with knives and forks. This activity helped them to lay the foundation for healthy eating habits. They were thrilled making different animal masks like of a tiger, rabbit, zebra etc. They wore their colourful and bright animal masks and performed different actions of animals.

“Let’s spread light, Let’s make everything bright, let’s forget the dark and create some spark” - SS

A virtual special assembly was conducted by students of class KG to celebrate the festival of lights- ‘Diwali’, with great zeal and fervor. The assembly commenced with Gayatri Mantra, Diwali song, Enactment by tiny tots of STARZ followed by a mesmerizing dance performance by their mothers, as IB PYP firmly believes in partnership of all stakeholders. Students also briefed about Diwali and how it is celebrated. A short quiz on Ramayana was conducted, where little ones participated with great enthusiasm. The assembly was graced by Principal sir Mr. Trilok Singh Bist and Headmistress ma’am Ms. Jayati Mazumdar, who appreciated the efforts of all stake holders- students, parents, and teachers. The Academic Coordinator, Ms Sujata Kohli cherished and appreciated the efforts by tiny tots. Students of KG also participated in diya decoration activity, in which they decorated earthen diyas with ribbons, sparkles, beads, mirrors, stars and glitters, giving a warm welcome to Diwali 2021. The happy and smiling faces of children spread the light of joy in the hearts of the viewers with the message of spreading love, happiness, and harmony. Wishing everyone a very happy, prosperous and sparkling Diwali!




Keeping our festive quotients high, at DPSGV, Diwali was celebrated for three days with great pomp & show. The whole school was soaked in festive vibes. Early years commemorated the extravaganza with kitchen activity, wherein these young stars enthusiastically participated in ‘Edible Diya making’ activity and speaking few lines on how they would like to make this Diwali special. They put on their thinking caps & their ideas were laudable & sparkling!! Card making & wall hanging were the craft activities planned for these little hands at work. These dynamic learners witnessed the puppet show, followed by dance & music. Children were beautifully clad in traditional attire spreading brightness with their sparkline smiles. It was super fun- filled, energetic & memorable series of celebrations at DPSGV.


“A day without prayer is a day without blessings and

A day without blessings is a day without power.”

Once mother Teresa said, “I used to believe that prayer changes things, but now, I know that prayer changes us and we change things.” And change can be accomplished most of all through the power of PRAYER.

The students of grade 4 conducted their special morning assembly with full zeal and enthusiasm. They showcased the importance of prayer in our lives. Also, how they can create enormous power in themselves through prayer. A nice prayer song video was played by one student as a provocation for the assembly. The video provoked the small brains of all the sections and they could answer the question asked by one child. A beautiful self-created story video presentation was done by one more student to make students understand the reason and purpose of celebrating Diwali. Then students presented their videos on what Diwali means to them. They came up with different creative ideas of making handmade things. A live quick padlet activity was taken up by the students to find out how festive-wise and festive smarter they are. After showing the results, some special ways to celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali were shared with the students in the form of videos made by different students. Then students’ reflections were taken upon which learner profile they are going to develop after attending today’s assembly followed by some parent reflections on how they are feeling after attending today’s assembly. The assembly was concluded with words of appreciation and encouragement by our Principal Sir, Mr. Trilok Singh Bisht, our Head Mistress Ma’am, Ms. Jayati Mazumdar and our Coordinator ma’am Ms. Bhawana Bhardwaj.


Hindi Diwas or National Hindi Day is celebrated every year on September 14 to mark the adaptation of Hindi (written in Devanagari script) as the official language by the Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949

The students of class 1 made poster to celebrate Hindi Diwas. Students depicted their ideas through paintings and sketches. The young learners displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters. All the students participated with immense zeal and enthusiasm and made beautiful poster which gave the message

to remember and honour the adoption of the Hindi language. It was a great opportunity to watch these young minds creating and depicting their ideas on paper. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.

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�Poem Recitation is a mode of expression, a medium to reflect the latent talents of the young ones.�

Rhymes enjoy an importance in the life of a kindergartener. It is a well known fact that when a child sees something, it is embedded in his/her mind for a longer time than when he/she just listens to it. Recitation proves to be a stepping stone for young children to develop their speaking skills and boost their confidence. Keeping this in mind, English Recitation Activity on the theme �WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME� was conducted wherein our cute poets of grade nursery performed exuberantly through voice modulation and impressive expressions. Everyone was amazed and spellbound after seeing their pleasing performances. The eye-catching props added icing to the cake.

Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashami, marks the day on which Lord Rama defeated the demon King Raavan.

Keeping the festive spirits alive; class Pre- Nursery & Nursery presented an assembly on Dussehra. These young learners surprised us with their mesmerizing performances. They were dressed up as different characters from Ramayana and spoke few lines to introduce themselves. Children recited poems & shared their understanding about the festival. The confidence with which they spoke was laudable. There were Zumba & Yoga sessions too to remind us to stay healthy & fit for a better tomorrow. A mythological quiz was conducted for these little ones & the amount of knowledge they exuded was wonderful. Children made dandiya sticks & as they say no celebration is complete without music and dance, we culminated the assembly with dance using their �SELF MADE DANDIYA STICKS.� It added extra spark to the already glittering celebration.

Our respected Principal Sir motivated the learners with his encouraging words. His words brought a smile on the children�s faces which was evident. It was an energetic & joyful show.

Let us always follow the path shown by Lord Ram for a meaningful life.

�Dussehra is the day to put an end to all the negativities & start fresh.�


The PYP Assemblies play a very important role in DPSGV school. It forms the portal for our young learners where they showcase their talents, perform acts and get applauded for efforts and achievements. But above everything else, the assembly is one of the ways which take the student initiated action beyond the classroom walls.

“The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people. ”With this learning our Grade 3 Rose students shared their journey of second IBPYP theme-How We Express Ourselves where they expressed their culture and traditions through different art forms. They showed how the skills and knowledge gained be presented in their assembly and took actions by spreading awareness through dance, posters, reflections and songs.

Parents as learning community also shared their reflections about this IBPYP journey and were elated to see their child growing progressively. The assembly also highlighted the learner profile attributes where students came with an attribute and explained it how they are trying to develop them in their inquiry based classroom learning.

In this assembly it was clearly seen how the students were united together to appreciate , celebrate and share their love for the culture and traditions of others.

Class-5 celebrated the Teacher's Day by thanking and remembering their teachers during the circle time on Friday,3rd September. The children took this opportunity to show their love and appreciation for their teachers and exercised their voice and choice to convey the Teacher's Day wishes using a plethora of online and offline tools. They very happily shared their creations with their teachers in the form of cards, videos, PowerPoint presentations etc. The children enjoyed the showcasing of the technological expertise they had accumulated all these years. It was an emotional experience for the teachers too since these little kids will be moving on to the senior wing the next year leaving behind fond memories of their innocent childhood.

A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.

-Mahatma Gandhi


With schools physically shut down due to pandemic, the spirit of freedom and nationalism was well exhibited virtually by the tiny tots of grade pre-nursery and nursery. The students presented some amazing dance moves, songs and martial arts with full zeal and zest. The children recited patriotic poems and shared their thoughts about Independence Day. DPSGV STARZ looked vibrant in their tri-colour attire and accessories with beautifully painted Indian flag on their face and hands. It was a proud moment to see our little ones introducing themselves as our great freedom fighters. The enthusiastic parents took part in the assembly by singing on the spot patriotic songs which acted as a cherry on the cake. Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, inspired the students with his thought-provoking speech to learn from the lives and sacrifices of the freedom fighters. He expressed his patriotic feeling through a song “Saare Jahan Se Acchha”. He motivated the students to serve the nation by volunteering themselves in keeping their country clean. The program was concluded with the rendition of the national anthem.

Do everything you have to do, but not with greed, not with ego, not with envy but with love, compassion, humility and devotion.

- The Bhagavad Gita

STARZ of Class KG got the opportunity to present the special assembly on Janmashtami. Tiny Tots participated with great zeal and fervor. The assembly comprised of Gayatri Mantra, Thought of the day, News. Students also briefed about Janmashtami and how it is celebrated. There was scintillating dance performance on the beats of Janmashtami song and singing performance too. Students were told about Lord Krishna’s life, thought and his teachings to mankind. A short quiz was conducted, where little ones participated with great enthusiasm. Few of our respected grandparents briefed Krishna leela and its significance.

The assembly was graced by our Academic Coordinator Ms. Sujata Kohli, who cherished and appreciated confidence and efforts by tiny tots. She also encouraged them to become good citizen of the nation.

The happy and smiling faces of children spread the light of joy in the hearts of the viewers with the message of spreading love and happiness.

Wishing you all a very happy Janmashtami !

Students of class 1 conducted assembly on the topic- Independence Day. They virtually showcased their spirit of patriotism and joy of freedom by singing a rhyme of tri colour flag. They were dressed up as freedom fighters and paid tribute to these great freedom fighters by speaking about them and thanked all the freedom fighters who gave their lives to gain independence. Students performed a patriotic dance, and a mesmerizing song was sung that was dedicated to the strong willpower of our soldiers who bring glories to our nation. Students even spoke about the famous Indian personalities who made their presence felt on the global stage, these great personalities influence little mind and give power to millions of others to dream big. Students looked vibrant in the tri-colour attire and accessories. Principal sir praised these students for their performance and oratory skills. He sung a patriotic song in Sanskrit language and urged everyone to show love and respect to the country and value the gift of freedom given by the great leaders of the country. It was indeed a great day filled with the fervor of patriotism.