Parent Partnership Program
Parent Partnership Programme was organized at Delhi Public School, Patna on 23rd March, 2019. It is an integral part of innovative educational methodology of Delhi Public School, which sets it apart from the rest. The event commenced with the warm welcome of the parents by Ms Chetna Jha, Head – Teacher and Student Life. She also threw some light on the importance of this program and explained that the roles of family, community and school overlap. This was followed by the shloka and prayer dance by the students which left the parents spell bound and created a peaceful atmosphere.
Addressing the parents, Mr. B.Vinod, the Principal elucidated about the school philosophy which has stood the test of time. He threw light on the characteristic features of the programme to make parents acquainted with what their wards would be exposed to in school.
The Principal emphasized on the need to have trust, faith and confidence in children yet be firm and consistent with instructions and drawing lines. Mrs. Namrata Prasad, the Headmistress shared valuable parenting tips in order to enhance the parent-child relationship and help them in their holistic development. She also urged parents to spend productive time with their children as the time spent now would certainly bear fruitful results in the future. She proceeded by stating that is believed that children who are more curious are the ones who are more eager to learn, therefore, nurturing your child's curiosity is also your responsibility and this is how your child will become a lifelong learner. The interactive session with parents served as an extremely fruitful platform for sharing and discussing issues which eased the obvious anxiety of parents during this important transition period.The session concluded with the Takshila Gaan and National Anthem by the teachers. PPP kits were distributed to the parents in classrooms.
The thematic exhibition was organized where classrooms and kiosks were arranged on different themes like Khadi, Noise Pollution, puppetry, learning center, Jodo Gyan and others. Parents went around the classrooms and different kiosks and witnessed an exuberant exhibition put up by the teachers and students of the Junior Wing. The objective of the exhibition was to make parents aware of the plethora of activities children are engaged in during an academic session.