DPS Khanna observed its Scholar Badge Ceremony to felicitate the multitude of meritorious students of Grades IV- XII, who achieved excellence in academics in the session 2018-19.
The students for the 100% attendance were also awarded during the Ceremony.
This is certainly one of the most awaited ceremonies, when the gleaming enthusiasm and triumphant spirit of the young scholars can be seen and felt.
DPS Khanna celebrated Punjab Day with great fervor. The school wore a festive look on this day. It was a great opportunity for the students to showcase their undying love for their motherland.
The celebration included myriad performances which captured the hearts of the audience. The programme commenced with a prayer followed by the Mool Mantra which filled the air with a pious stillness. The poems recited by Savreen Kaur Dhumi raised the spirits of one and all.
Bavneet Kaur enshrined the celebration with a beautiful speech. Further, the skit performed by the students bestowed us with the heartfelt message of ‘Sanu Maan Punjabi Da’.
The folk dance spread the colours of Punjab on the stage and enthralled everyone. The giddha performed by the students mesmerized one and all.Such celebrations help in the overall development of the youth of today and also to make them proud of their rich culture and heritage.
DPS Khanna organised its 9th Annual Sports Meet on 12th October, 2019 with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. DIG Ranbir Singh Khatra was the chief guest on the occasion. The Chief guest, DIG Khatra and the Chairperson Mr. D.S. Bains took the salute of the well synchronised march past followed by the School Band. Students entered into the spirit of the occasion with the oath being administered by the Sports Captain, Prabhjot Kaur Randhawa. The Sports Day was inaugurated by releasing balloons and the placard bearing the School’s name by the Chief Guest.The school ground of DPS Khanna dazzled in the evening with the special performance by the students of Prep in the Sunflower Drill. The colourful ribbon drill presented by the students of Grade III stole the hearts of the audience.
The Yoga asanas performed by the stu9th Annual Sports Meetdents of grade V rejuvenated the spirits of the spectators. The Horse Riding Show was the star attraction of the day. The Dandiya Raas presented by the students of Grade IV cast a spell on the audience. Then the much awaited track and field events started, as the budding athletes of DPS Khanna ran for the finishing line. The School campus reverberated with enthusiastic cheers of the spectators. Harshvir Singh and Simar Kaur both from XI C were declared as the Best Athlete Boys and the Best Athlete Girls of the meet respectively. Tuskers House was declared the Best House of the year 2019. Medals and certificates were given to the winners for their glorious achievement. The event concluded with the National Anthem.
DPS Khanna Family wishes a very happy and prosperous Dussehra to all the students and their parents.
Some glimpses of the remarkable assembly put forth by the students of Falcons House as well as the tiny tots of the Pre Primary.
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated every year on October 2 to commemorate the birthday of the Father of Nation -Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
To pay homage to Gandhiji, the students of DPS Khanna conducted a special assembly in the School Premises , reflecting on his Principles of truth,honesty and ahimsa.
Realising the vulnerability of the kids on roads not just as victims but at times as traffic offenders also , DPS Khanna conducted a ‘Road Safety Activity’ for the students of Pre Primary ,under the able patronage of the Hon’ble Pro Vice Chairperson Ms Annu Bains to make the students aware of the various hazards on the road and how to take defensive actions against them.
Students were taught about the various road safety rules, traffic rules, traffic and road signals in a fun and planned way . Human life is precious and we,at DPS Khanna want to imbibe this spirit in our kids right through the beginning ,hence this noble initiative by the School to educate our students .
DPS Khanna celebrated 73rd Independence Day on the 15th August, 2019 with unprecedented patriotic fervour. The whole school wore a patriotic look. The Chairman Mr. D.S. Bains hoisted the Tricolour. The gamut of activities held on the campus consisted of special morning assembly. The group song ‘Ae mere watan ke logon’ filled every heart with patriotism. There was a play based on the drug addiction to spread awareness against this menace. The choreography ‘A Soldier’s Life’ was the highlight of the day.
The Chairman addressed the gathering with his enlightening words to bring forth the feeling of oneness among the students and pride for the nation whose diverse culture makes it a great country. He further motivated the students to have dignity and respect for the hard-earned freedom in their heart and soul always.
The programme concluded with the national song ‘Vande Matram’.
An InterHouse Role Play Competition on Idioms and Proverbial Gestures was conducted for Grades VI-VIII.The enthusiastic students, resplendent in their costumes and glowing in their finery ,emulated the concept of enacting on Idioms with confidence and passion so well that the judges – Headmistress Ms Neha Rattan and English Teacher Ms Vandana Sharma had a real tough time in selecting the best out of all the breathtaking performances.A sneak peek into the performances of our talented students.
The whole enterprise of education is extricably linked with the development of values.Devoid of the potential to nurture values, education loses its heart and soul.
Responding to this urgent need of encouraging Pro- social behaviour in children and youth, Dps Khanna invited the students of Government Middle School, Ikolahi for spending a day with them and enjoying certain
A day well spent
|Wildlife is a precious gift by God to Mankind.To educate the children about the importance of both domestic as well as wild animals in maintaining the ecological balance, ‘Animal Kingdom ‘ activity was organized for the students of Pre Primary .They also enacted an interesting and informative role play on poaching and hunting of animals, urging the audience to save the ‘fauna of life’.|