Activities & Program
The objective of remedial teaching is to give an additional help to the students particularly who are slow learner and fallen behind the rest of the class. Remedial teaching period is the time during which the identified low achievers in a particular subject will be looked after by the teachers for corrective instructions so that they can also achieve the mastery level in the subject. Low Achievers are those students who are unable to cope up with the work normally expected of their age groups. It is due to their limited cognitive capacity, poor memory, distraction and lack of concentration, inability to express ideas and also lack of motivation.
SELF-DEFENCE TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR EMPOWERING GIRLS:
Self Defence Training Programme particularly for the girls students and in general for the all students is a prime requirement of the time. For this purpose the girls students must be motivated by the principal / lady teachers to leave in groups and in case of any kind of action of misconduct is felt, it should be brought to the notice of principal, administrator and management. The girl students be trained to make them courageous and bold to express their views without any fear.
Society of Delhi Public School has been emphasizing the need for achieving excellences of students in various games, sports & physical activities in the school. Although the participation of girls in sports and physical activities and competitions at various levels have been observed encouraging in the School. Generally, the girls should be encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities, sports, games and physical activities, Scout & Guide, NCC and other adventure programs.
In the wake of present scenario, it has been felt that learning of self-defence skills is essential to empower individual girls which can help them to live with dignity and confidence and to defend themselves against the violence against them.
In order to create awareness about the safety of the girls, special focus is required to be given in the sports & physical activities to teach basic self-defence techniques to train them and to tackle real life situations and protect themselves from anti-social elements.
To train DPSJ girl students for safeguarding and to defend themselves against crimes against them. Implementation of self-defence progress.
YOGA & PHYSICAL EDUCATION:
Yoga and Physical Education are also essential for the students for their physical development and fitness to keep them active and fresh. The PET should always keep the schedule in mind that physical activities with the academics are required to be conducted as per the morning and evening schedule.
Physical Education activities are the basis of all progressive methods in education. Through well planned activity oriented programmes one should try to organize different physical activities like drill, marching, sports etc. directed towards physical, mental, emotional, social, intellectual and moral development of the child.
The Warden (MOD) is to be present for morning PT. PETs and students are to be in appropriate dress for PT and games. Proper time table and Sports Calendar is to be prepared and implemented in letter and spirit to engage all students both in morning & evening PT effectively based on their interest and aptitude. Training must be such that every student will have some perfection in at least in one or two areas.
MORNING ACTIVITY SCHEDULE
||CALLISTHENICS & RHYTHMIC ACTIVITES
||CALLISTHENICS & RHYTHMIC ACTIVITES
||FUTLET TRAINING (HOPPING, JOGGING, BACKWARD RUNNING, SIDEWARD RUNNING ETC.,)
||CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING (MAY BE TAKEN UP WITHIN THE CAMPUS)
Games: – Volley Ball, Hand Ball, Basket Ball, Kho-Kho, Kabbadi, Football / Hockey, Throw Ball, Badminton, Table Tennis etc., Recreation games for Class III to V may be arranged for the first few months after their admission.
In order to develop the quality of leadership and to make students acquainted with the present political system of this country, the principal along with senior teachers should ensure to inspire the students to prepare themselves to take part in school youth parliament. The teachers should take responsibility to prepare students for such programme. The principal should ensure to conduct such activities at least twice in the session.
Youth parliament has a special importance in developing an insight in the young students. Thus, the purpose of having Youth Parliament is:
- To make students understand the parliamentary procedure.
- To develop in students an insight into the working of parliament.
- To make students consider public issues and form their opinion on them.
- To train students in the technique of group discussion and to arrive at a decision after group discussion.
- To develop in them respect and tolerance for the views of others, respect for rules, and to train them in group behaviour.
- To make students aware of various problems being faced by our society and the country.
- To develop in students the qualities of leadership.
- To make students understand the common man’s point of view and express it in an articulated manner.