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Wednesday, 18 November 2015 03:08

AN EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENT - TANEESH SINGAM

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Taneesh Singam of class V secured the 'Runners Up' trophy in the Inter- club KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP held at Podar International School. Congratulations for this exemplary achievement!!

TANEESH SINGAM a student of DPS South


Tuesday, 17 November 2015 07:19

MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE

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MISCONCEPTIONS IN SCIENCE a Research Study by 6E

CONCEPTS Ideas Objects Events that help us understand the world around us.

MISCONCEPTIONS provide an incorrect understanding of real ideas, objects or events that are constructed based on a person’s experience including

  • Preconceived notions
  • Non scientific beliefs
  • Naive theories
  • Mixed conceptions
  • Conceptual misunderstandings 
 

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Excursions are a great source of independent learning that’s experiential and recreational. It serves as a tool for self development and also inculcates good team practices. The four day excursion to Hampi had a lasting learning experience for the students of class VIII. 

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Monday, 02 November 2015 08:29

THE MOBILE MAGIC - TRAGIC

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We live in a world where mobile phones are our universe. Cell phones are revolutionary, they enhance our lives in a multitude of ways and we can’t begin to imagine how past generations managed without them. They help us connect with family, friends and colleagues, keep us online and able to access the internet as well as keep us from dying of boredom via games and social media.

 Please, be aware that there is already robust scientific evidence that cell phones and other wireless devices pose significant health risks to all of us—especially to children and pregnant women. So while such findings are not being widely publicized as of yet, it makes sense to take action now to protect yourself and your children.

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Wednesday, 14 October 2015 14:47

Video Conference with a Palestinian School

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Students of Delhi Public School Bangalore South had a new opportunity of exchanging their thoughts with the students of Sameer Abdul Hadi Girls Elementary School in Palestine. The students discussed on various methods that have been adopted by their schools to make a change to all the damage that has been done to the Environment.

The video conference lasted for more than 1 hour and the students from both schools felt that they could have had a little more time to continue discussing the methods and the ways the younger generations could get involved in controlling  any further damage and creating an awareness about protecting animals from extinction.

 

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 06:58

DRIBBLING TO VICTORY

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DPS Bangalore south basketball girls team trounced their opponents from DPS Indore at the finals in the Inter - DPS zonal tournament!!!! 

 


Congratulations to the champions for winning the trophy and bringing laurels to the school!!!

DPS Bangalore south basketball girls team

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 06:46

KATALYST – BREAK THE STIGMA – OCTOBER 2015

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KATALYST – BREAK THE STIGMA – OCTOBER 2015 “It's up to you today to start making healthy choices. Not choices that are just healthy for your body,  but healthy for your mind.” ― Steve Maraboli

"Healing doesn't mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our lives."

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 05:34

DESIGN FOR CHANGE

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Tejal Rao and Jessica Jane of class VIII were involved in the project 'Design for change'. The students probed the insecurities of the senior citizens living alone in apartments.  They chose L & T SOUTH CITY on Bannerghatta road . They interviewed the senior citizens regarding safety measures. The students informed them to place all the important contact numbers, including their doctor's where it is easily available in case of emergency.  
The students also met the Security Officer and briefed them about the safety concerns when visitors or vendors entered the premises. 

The senior citizens were thankful to the students for showcasing interest in their safety.

DESIGN FOR CHANGE- DPS Bangalore South

Saturday, 03 October 2015 03:22

Florentine Gala

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Florentine Gala a Parent Child activity was organised on the 29th of September. parents took part in various competitions like flower sketching, flower arrangement, flower rangoli, fashion Show and flower Model, Art with flowers. the children were involved in making collages , greeting cards and solving puzzles while their parents were busy with their activities.

It was great fun to see many fathers walk the ramp with their wards and give competition to the mothers. 

the winners of the competitions were:

Art with flowers :  Samitha - LKG A (I prize) , P.Tushitha- LKG H ( II Prize), Adhrika LKG C ( III Prize)

Flower Garland making: Pranav Doolipet -LKG I ( I prize), Akshaja LKG H( II prize), Md. Arhaan Khan ( III Prize)

Flower Rangoli :  Vedhaa S.R- LKG B ( I prize), Esha S.A -LKG I ( II Prize), Sukyath Avaneesh - LKG K ( II prize), Samyuktha Vikram -LKG L ( III prize),  Adhya -LKH I and Iha Harish - LKG L ( consolation Prize)

Flower Sketches : Krithik Hegde -LKG D ( I prize) , Purvik -LKG E ( II prize), Pranav D - LKG D , Archita -LKG C ( II prize)

Flower Model : Sihi P - LKG I ( I prize) , Ishaan G-LKG J ( II prize) , Rithvi R Devatha - LKG J( III prize)

Flower Arrangement: Md. Arhaan Khan -LKG-A ( I prize) , Parinitha K A- LKG F( II prize)

Fashion Show: Medhansh G S-LKG B ( I prize) , Keisha -LKG I ( II prize) , Tanvi Uttam -LKG H and Ishitha -LKG I ( III prize), Gowri - LKG F, Monisha G.K -LKG D, Pehal -LKG I Monishkar S -LKG D ( consolation prize)


 

 

 

Tuesday, 01 September 2015 04:02

SUPER SCIENCE FAIR @ OSAKA, JAPAN-2015

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A WORLD OF SUPERCOMPUTING ( COFFEE OS )

Day 1

 Our journey began on 2nd of August 2015. All of us felt that our journey had already began months before because of the preparation and excitement in which Asma Ma’am played a key role. She really helped us get into this International Event and prepared us for the trip from day one. Our flight was at 2 AM. We travelled from Bangalore to Hong Kong via  Taiwan and  finally landed in  Osaka. It was pretty hectic but it was definitely worth it. We were lucky to be chosen for this International Science event where only three schools from India got selected There were 26 schools from all over the world and more than 200 schools from all over Japan.

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