International School Award : Our school has been awarded with the International School Award from the British Council for the years 2012-15. This was a whole school project wherein children from different age groups were exposed to a curriculum incorporating international themes with different countries, thus helping them take a step towards becoming better global citizens.
Global School Partnership : Two worlds together are a lot stronger than one; because there is always another world that they can rely on.” Student's poem inspired by Connecting Classrooms, Nova Hreod College, Swindon
Connecting Classrooms : A global education programme designed to help the young learners understand global themes and become responsible global citizens. Delhi Public School, Bangalore North is into its third year of partnership with Broomstone Primary School, Kent (UK).Continuous exchange of views on culture, global issues aims to build a more sustainable world through various projects, forms the basis of this programme.
German Exchange Programme : Since 2009 DPS Bangalore North has been involved in a student exchange programme with Nikolaus Kopernikus Gymnasium, Weissenhorn. Delhi Public School Bangalore North organises every year an Indo - German exchange program. It provides the young, curious and motivated minds of both countries an opportunity to immerse in each other's cultures by living with host families and attending the school in host country.This exchange program promotes the reciprocal understanding and interpersonal relationship taking the young students on the path of becoming global citizens.
French Exchange Programme : With diminishing boundaries and growing multilateral ties, the world has become a global village.
Taking this global relationship a step closer, ‘FRENDIA’ is the Indo French Exchange programme conceptualized by DPS Bangalore North. DPS BN is one of the fore runners in successfully executing an Indo French Exchange programme in the country. This is a vibrant cultural exchange programme in liaison with St. Augustin, Augers, France. The emphasis of this programme is to take the learning of the languages beyond the classroom. The primary focus is the exposure of students to different life styles and cultures while overcoming language barriers at a young age. This programme is offered to students between grades VII to XI even to those who have not opted for French in the curriculum.