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D.A.V. Police Public School
New Police Lines, Delhi Road, Rewari, Haryana - 123401
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Linguistic  Development :

Maximum language development takes place during the initial years oflearning.

The key to help children optimize their  language skills is to expose them  to  interesting things every day, and encourage them to express themselves through the following:

  • Story telling
  • Dramatization
  • Picture reading
  • Recitation
  • Public Speaking 

NUR

KG

English

English

Numbers

Numbers

E.V.S

E.V.S

 Hindi


Physical Development :

Children learn physical motor skills best through their everyday, natural experiences. Gross and fine motor learning opportunities are integrated  directly into various play activities .

Gross/ Large Motor Skills Development Activities :

  • Yogic exercises
  • Taekwondo
  • Jumping  Sand Play
  • Balancing
  • Group Games

Fine Motor Skills Development  Activities :

  • Clay Modelling
  • Colouring
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Collage Work
  • Cutting
  • Paper Folding
  • Block building
  • Sewing Toys
  • Buttoning
  • Stringing the beads and hooks

Social and  Emotional Development :

At this age children develop social and emotional skills that are imperative for interaction in and outside school.

Sensitivity to social and environment concerns are inculcated through activities and programmes  which teach the children the basic etiquette and interpersonal communication skills in an informal scenario. This further leads to the development of finer social graces and fosters emotional intelligence.

A few of the activities that ensure the same are :

  • The Helper’s Week 
  • The Grandparents’ Day
  • Teeny Weeny Fun Fair
  • Educational Outings

Aesthetic Development :

Children have ample opportunities for aesthetic expression and appreciation through art and music. Children experiment with and enjoy various forms of music, both with the classroom teacher and with a music specialist. They develop familiarity with the basic elements of music, such as melody, rhythm, pitch, tempo, beat, and harmony.

A variety of art media, such as watercolour, paint, and clay. are available for creative expression of the children.  They are exposed to the basic elements of art,  like  line, colour and texture.  Both music and art are woven into all aspects of the curriculum.

Classes I-II

Subjects

Activities

English

Dance

Maths

Music

E.V.S.

Yoga

Hindi

Skating

Computers

Taekwondo

General Knowledge

 Art & Craft


Classes III-V

Subjects

Activities

English

Art & Craft

Maths

Dance

Hindi

Music

Social Science

Yoga

General Science

Skating

Computers

 
General Knowledge
Moral Education
Sanskrit

Teaching - Learning Strategies :

To develop core competencies, a variety of creative and innovative classroom strategies are implemented. These help in meeting the diverse needs of young learners. It includes pair work, group work, project work and extensive hands on activities that actively engage all students in learning. Digital tools are also used to facilitate learning and creativity.

Language Development :

The school has a conducive environment that encourages them to communicate with other children and adults, verbalize extensively, enhance vocabulary , narrate stories, recite poems and ask innumerable questions.

The children are encouraged to read story books, newspapers and quotations. We strive for a positive attitude towards books and interest in reading a good variety of literature both for pleasure and as means of acquiring knowledge.

Numeracy Development :

Mathematic skills play a vital role in the everyday lives of the students. They are taught to develop confidence with numbers and measures, an understanding of the number system, computational skills and the ability to solve number problems in a variety of situations. The school aims at integrating the concepts taught through hands on mathematical activities.

Scientific Attitude Inculcation :

The primary goal of teaching science and social science in school is to develop in the students a sense of awe and wonder for the world around them. They are encouraged to explore, investigate and find answers using the concepts taught to them in the classroom. They learn to establish direct linkages between practical experience, ideas and thoughts.

Physical Development :

The psychomotor development is met by a myriad of activities planned by the school. They include regular physical fitness classes, yoga, taekwondo and skating training.

Social and Emotional Development :

The school not only focusses on the acquisition of academic skills but heavily emphasizes the development of the students' personal, social and emotional growth.

Learning environment provided is such that it maximises their chance of realising the importance of being responsible and ethical.

Emotions and feelings are critical to how students feel. These emotions and feelings are a great part of the interactions and relationships that form within the school.

They are taught to handle responsibilities in different capacities at both the class and school level. They participate in day and overnight camps and out-station excursions which teach them to interact amongst their peers in informal settings.

Evaluation at Primary Level :

A system of continuous comprehensive evaluation is followed.

Students are graded regularly and evaluation is based on child's participation and performance in class activities, homework, project work, group work, worksheets, class assessment, class response, reading and communicative skills, individual and group behaviour.

Assessment of competencies in languages, Sciences and Mathematics is undertaken on a regular basis.