Pre Primary Field Trips
Field trip to the Museum
The Museum of Baroda, Sayajibaug is a collection of many different
things like Antiques, structure of Indian temples, statues of
Buddha, variety of shells & stones, birds & reptiles, dinosaurs
etc. The main objective to visit the Museum was to make children
of Preparatory aware of a place filled with variety of things, to
increase their knowledge about different things by viewing it and
not just by talking about it.
Field Trip to the Zoo
The students of Pre-Primary were taken to the Sayajirao Zoo. The
trip was Pre poned as “VAN VIBAG SAPTAH” was being celebrated by
the Zoo department. The kids had a
splendid time observing the animals. They also were taken to the
birds section to see. It was a exciting
educational trip rendering the Pre-Primary kids information about
animals and birds.
Field Trip to
It was a pleasant morning on December 5, 2006
when children of Pre-Primary Section visited the Airport. Children
saw a plane landing and also taking off from the window. It was a
wonderful experience for students to observe many gliders at the
hanger. Children had an opportunity to see as to how the luggage is
being taken from the ground to the plane and several other technical
aspects of the plane. The fieldtrip to the airport was really
enlightening for the children as planes.
Field Trip to the Poultry Farm
The fieldtrip to Poultry farm was held on 4th March 2007. A prior
permission was taken for the Preparatory class to visit the farm to
see the cocks and hens. The children were excited to see the yellow
and brown chicks in a tray. They also had an experience of touching
them and holding them in their hands. The children had lot of
questions regarding the food given to the cocks, the hens and the
chicks. All those questions were satisfied by the officials on duty
in the farm. The children's excitement was depicted better through
the memory drawing that they did in their drawing books after coming
back to school.
Primary Field Trips
Field Trip to the Supermarket
It has been well said. “TIME IS MONEY”. Today people are always
trying to find out ways to save time .What a pleasure it is if we
get all the household things under one roof This is why SUPERMARKETS
are developing these days. The field trip
to KALAPTARU SUPER MARKET was organized on December, 6 2006 for the
students of Primary section. There were
three different floors in this store. Children came to know how they
can buy the consumer items and where they can pay the bill in the
store. The trip was very informative and educational for the
The students were taken for a field trip to the EME temple. The
motive of the field trip was to make the children aware of the
neighbourhoods. The students were briefed about the temple. The
students took a round of the temple, and they were explained that
the temple inculcates elements from five different religions, which
is a unique feature in itself. The diverse culture of our nation is
reflected in this temple.
Field Trip to the Post Office
A field trip to the Post Office was arranged for the students of the
Primary section on September 26, 2006.The students visited the
Fatehgunj Post Office. For many of the students it was their first
visit to the post office. The students were taught how the postman
delivers the letters to our doorsteps and how they receive the mail.
They were also instructed about how the mails are sorted and put in
different boxes and also how to address the envelopes, including how
and where to put the return address. They were explained about the
timings and days when the post office is open and closed. They had a
friendly conversation with the Head Post Master and the Postman.
Pre Primary Day
The Red day was celebrated by Preparatory students. The objective of
Red day was to help children understand the colour concept.
All Children of Pre-Primary section were dressed in yellow colour
attire. Children like making mango by crayoning, making sunflower by
pasting cut-outs of yellow kite paper and making sun by sponge
printing. The children also made yellow chains by pasting yellow
Through this celebration the concept of yellow colour was thus
Different activities like finger printing, pasting of crepe paper
pieces on woollen clothes, marigold, star fish and sea horse took
place before the celebration.
Children wore orange coloured outfits for the celebration and made
hand puppets of papaya, orange, carrot and pumpkin as take home
gifts. Orange coloured things were displayed to make celebration
Various objects such as toys, artificial vegetables, beads, purses
and even plants (green colour) were displayed in the activity room.
One was cautious that various shades of green were displayed, such
as light green, dark green, bottle green and florescent green.
Children were asked to wear clothes of the colour green; this
created a greenish ethos. Children carried out various activities
such as pasting green colour leaves on a tree, finger printing with
the colour green on a drawn frog, crocodile and parrot. Through
these activities children gained a first hand experience of working
with colour green. Children got an opportunity to visit the activity
room and closely observed the displayed items. Questions were asked
to children as to what objects and thing in the environment are of
green colour? And, many such questions were asked.
As pots of plants were displayed were also displayed a valuable
lesson was passed to children that tree and plants are very
important for us to survive, so hence more tree and plants need to
be planted to keep us and colour green alive. Children made small
trees, out of paper cut-outs as a take home gift, with a written
message “ Save Trees ”.
Pink Day was celebrated to integrate the concept
of the colour pink amongst the students. The students and teachers
of Pre-primary were all dressed in pink coloured clothes. The
students carried out various activities during the week using the
colour pink. The students of Pre-Nursery made pop-up pigs to take
home. They had amusing time with paint brush painting flamingos and
roses with their friends. The students of Nursery pasted pink crepe
paper to make fishes, they also coloured lotus with crayons to take
home. The preparatory students coloured roses to take home. They had
fun pasting paper shreds to make a butterfly. They children were
also shown various things that relate to the colour.
'HINDI WEEK' was celebrated in our school from 14th September 2007
to 21st September 2007. Various programmes related to our National
language were organised in which the children participated with
following competitions were conducted during this week :
1. Hindi Handwriting Competition
2. Hindi Poem Recitation Competition
3. Hindi Story Telling Competition
4. Hindi Elocution Competition
5. Hindi Movie was shown to children - " My Friend Ganesha"
Hard work put in by all the students and teachers, this week was a
Assistant Sub Inspector (Traffic) Mr. Rahim Shaikh conducted the
session and offered his valuable thoughts regarding the awareness of
traffic rules in students.
The students actively participated in the programme by answering the
questions put forward by the officer.
The students were made to understand the importance of traffic rules
and were explained the reasons to follow them.
The officer also suggested ways to avoid accidents on the road. He
also recommended some do’s and don’ts about traffic rules while
travelling in buses or other vehicles.
He also presented a memento to the Delhi Public School Management on
behalf of Vadodara Traffic Police as a token of appreciation for
giving them an opportunity to generate traffic awareness amongst
The health check up for all the students of Pre-Primary and Primary
was arranged during the school hours on November 2-3,2006.
On 2nd November, dental check up was done by Dr. Ashish Doshi. The
doctor examined oral cavity and teeth of students and gave his
remarks. On November3, 2006.General examination and system
examination was conducted by Dr. Tushar Shah, who is a famous
Consultant Paediatrician and by Dr. Anand Naregal, who is a
well-known Consultant Paediatric Surgeon. The doctors examined and
gave their remarks about the health of each student.
The Pet Show
A pet show was organized on December 4 2006, with a mission to
sensitise children towards animals both pets and wild. The
volunteers of a Non-Governmental Organisation working against
cruelty to animals were called in as resource persons. The resource
personnel, brought in snakes of two different species, kittens, a
dove, dogs and also tortoise were brought in by one of the member of
the school administration. Children of both the Primary and the
Pre-Primary got an opportunity to augment information about theses
valuable members of the nature. Information was given on the habitat
and nature of the animals, and how to look after them. Children
learned a valuable lesson that we should respect and take care of
the animals, as we have to co-exist with them, and without these
creatures the planet earth would be an empty space. The children
enjoyed seeing and touching the animals.
The young kids of classes I, II and III put up a Science exhibition
under the accomplished guidance of their teachers. Being a very
difficult task to conduct a Science Exhibition with these tiny tots,
teachers with their admirable knowledge and tact made this
exhibition look so easy and effortless . All the students
demonstrated great keenness while performing the experiments and
showed a lot of interest. The task done by students as well as
teachers was appreciated by the Parents who came to have the view of
Community Helpers are those who help us & serve the society. To make
the children aware about all community helpers, their tools, their
work properly a set up of Community Helpers was made in the school
.The children of Pre-Primary visited that mock set up & got a very
clear idea regarding different Helpers.
Independence Day Celebration
It was a
grand occasion as the kids of DPS HARNI, celebrated the 60 Years of
Independence Day of India with vigor and allegiance. The national
Flag was hoisted with all respect and dignity. The totlot of the
building echoed with cheerful voices of the little one. It was a
pleasing site to observe all children including our tiny-tots
singing the patriotic song together.