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From The Principal's Desk

Dear Parents,

We welcome you into our world at Delhi Public school Bangalore North, an institution that promotes meaningful and joyful learning, a school where scholastic and co-scholastic activities are closely interwoven into the curricular fabric, a home away from home where students and teachers share a relationship of mutual trust, respect, warmth, and affection.

A Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation system (CCE) caters to the holistic development of children integrating sports, fine arts, yoga & martial arts, environmental awareness, values and attitudes, life skills and technology with scholastic subjects.  Students’ assessment is based on 21st century skill development.

An inclusive and progressive school like DPS Bangalore North lays strong emphasis on personalization, meeting diverse needs, providing equal opportunities for learning and maintaining high standards of achievement at all levels. The secure environment of DPS Bangalore North provides children with opportunities to learn, explore, play, discover their hidden talents and make informed choices.

Schooling by nature is a social and cultural undertaking.  As the world shrinks and barriers are broken, our students join hands with their counterparts across the country & the world by working together on multiple areas. Through international exchange programmes, social responsibility initiatives, human rights issues, environment conservation programmes, cultural exchange programmes and projects, they learn invaluable life lessons on diversity, equity, tolerance and acceptance.

Empowered with a strong sense of wellbeing, we are confident that our students will emerge as responsible global leaders and citizens with strong moral, ethical and social values.

 

Best wishes,

Mrs. Manju Balasubramanyam
Principal

 

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