Workshops 2023-24

HT Workshop

In order to create awareness about the harmful effects of eating junk food, the Hindustan Times under the NIE programme had organized a workshop for the students of Class IV on 11th May, 2023 in the Mini Audi. The workshop was held on ‘Long term effects of eating unhealthy food in young age’ and was conducted by Ms. Komal Soni from Yakult Danone India Pvt. Ltd. The speaker conducted the session in a very systematic manner highlighting the functioning of the digestive system and how eating too much of junk adversely affects it. A short presentation and movie too was shown emphasizing how beneficial probiotics are and the need to incorporate them in one’s diet. The students attended the workshop with utmost sincerity and enthusiasm. Overall, the workshop was a very interactive one. 



TOI Workshop

 It is said that ' Newspapers are the world's mirrors'.To inculcate love for reading and to develop interest in newpaper reading, The Times Of India under the NIE programme had organized a  workshop for the students of Class V on 3rd May, 2023 in the mini auditorium. The workshop was held on 'The Usage of Newpapers' and was conducted by Ms. Vandana Tandon. The students attended the workshop with great sincerity and happiness.Ms. Vandana gave the students an insight of the students' edition of the newspaper by navigating them through it page by page. She told them about the correct and convenient way of handling a newpaper.Also,she played various interesting vocabulary games which the children enjoyed the most. Overall, the workshop was quite interactive and helped the students learn how to use a newpaper more effectively. 





A webinar was held for all the teachers under the Cambridge Curriculum Programme of DPS,Vasant Kunj on 2nd May,2023.

Ms Rebecca Watkins-Wright,Curriculum Development Manager ,gave an introduction to Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Global Perspectives programme that offers a fexible and choice-based structured framework to help learners develop six global perspective skills for everyday life so that they are able to explore sensitive issues like air pollution,greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel by collaboration research,analysis and evaluation. Cambride Trainer and Author, Dawn Harris, gave a detailed guidance on how to build on a Cambridge Global Perspective Project idea using the seventeen UN Sustainable Development Goals  so that the learners feel confident talking about global issues and sustainability.

Real-life examples were also shared from a school where they are using the Cambridge Global Perspectives Challenges to promote sustainanbility,featuring Education Specialist Kiran Nellure.Some of the aspects discussed were terrace farming,energy saving steps at schools,appointing sustainability leaders,rewarding the classes that save the most energy,not using plastic bags,reusing paper, switching off the lights when not in use,efficient disposal of waste etc. It was an enriching experience for all the attendees. 


CBSE conducted a workshop on Capacity Building Program on Learning outcomes and Pedagogies on 26th April, 2023 at St.Thomas School, Dwarka. The resource persons were Dr Sandeep Kumar and Moninder Pal Kaur.  It was attended by Ms. Rohini Parmar along with 30 teachers from different schools.

 The workshop emphasised that learning outcomes have to decided clearly before the teaching learning process begins. Teaching Learning Cycle can be used for any content area in which the goal is to create a motivational learning context in which students are actively engaged in exploring , discussing and synthesising information. The Teaching Learning Cycle approach to instructional planning capitalises on what is known about how people learn and is designed to cause lasting changes in a student’s conceptual understanding. Each step in a learning cycle serves a different purpose and incorporates specially structured activities. What makes this type of lesson format particularly effective is its emphasis on active engagement of the learner and that it requires students to explore their prior understanding as they encounter new material.

 The workshop was an enriching experience for all the attendees.




CBSE conducted a workshop on Capacity Building Programme on Art Integration on 22nd April 2023 at St. Martin's Diocesan School Delhi Cantt. Dr. Nishi Phogat and Ms. Vandana were the resource persons. It was attended by Ms. Kiran Balyan along with 40 teachers from different schools.

The workshop emphasised on how to integrate Art in curriculum through experiential learning. The resource persons apprised the participants of the meaning of Arts, the difference between visual arts and performing arts and why art should be integrated with other subjects. Various activities such as visiting card making, to copy a picture and dance, were conducted to show how different art forms can be used in teaching.

They emphasized that art, music and dance teachers should be involved while making curriculum for art integration in teaching any subject. The speakers threw a light on experiential learning using different art forms in different subjects.

It was an enriching experience for all the attendees.




Session – 2023-24

Delhi Public School Vasant Kunj organised the Orientation for Class 3 on 18th April, 2023 (Tuesday) at 7.45 the Multipurpose Hall. The Head Mistress, Ms. Malini Sen Gupta warmly welcomed the parents and assured them the school's commitment in ensuring their child's growth and development. The goal of the orientation programme was to  acquaint the parents about the school rules and regulations, academic standards, assessment  patterns, house system, Co Curricular activities etc. which was very effectively done by the rep of Class 3, Ms. Sapna Gandhi. The parents cooperation in the holistic development of the child was stressed upon. The orientation  programme ended with the vote of  thanks given by the Jr. School Supervisor Ms. Meenakshi Malhotra.





Key Pedagogies under pinning the New Cambridge Resources

A workshop on “ Key Pedagogies under pinning the New Cambridge Resources “ was held at DPS Dwarka on 1st April,Saturday and attended by six teachers from DPS,Vasant Kunj, who are getting trained for the Cambridge Curriculum –  Ms Nidhi Gupta,Ms  Ritu Arora,Ms Anchal Trehan, Ms Sonal Chopra,Ms Mahima and Ms Ibtesham. The resource  person was Ms Achama Mathew,Specialist  in Curriculum  Design -Planning and Implementation, Teacher training and Special Educational  needs.

A detailed,insightful and interactive session talked about the intricately designed Cambridge  curriculum and took us through the following :

Progression  chart for CAIE

PLS Primary level subjects 

Skills to be developed  in learners

Teacher skills required

Strands and sub strands for English,Maths and Science

Approaches to Cambridge  teaching

Metacognition strategy

Differentiation and Assessment 

Lesson plan and objectives 

Cambridge  support hub 

The workshop concluded with a question-answer session  and warm appreciation for all the ones getting trained to implement  the Cambridge  curriculum  in their respective  schools.





Session – 2023-24

“Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.”

-George Evans

Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj organized the Orientation Session for Class Nursery on 6th April, 2023 i.e. Thursday at the Multi-Purpose Hall from 8:30 am onwards. The parents were shown the glimpse of the school through PowerPoint presentation to make them familiar with the school’s infrastructure and functioning of the school.

The orientation session began with the welcome address by the school Principal Ms. Deepti Vohra followed by the insights shared by the school Headmistress Ms. Malini K. Sengupta. Junior school supervisors Ms. Nandita Yadav and Ms  Meenakshi Malhotra as well as Nursery teachers were introduced to the parents.

The Nursery reps Ms. Ritu Arora and Ms. Gitika Sehgal gave a presentation illustrating the functioning of class Nursery. The presentation included the school timings, lunch break, school activities, bus routes, mode of dispersal, etc.

Following this, the school counsellor Ms. Surpreet Oberoi sensitized the parents regarding the inclusive classrooms and students with special needs, separation anxiety, toilet training etc.