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EDUCATIONAL EXCURSIONS

TRIPS & TOURS

6th Indo -German Students’ Exchange Programme- 2012

(from 4th May to 25th May, 2012)

On 4th May, 2012, 12 students of DPS Indirapuram accompanied by Mr. Mohd. Javed Khan embarked on their journey to Germany as the members of the VI Indo-German Students’ Exchange Programme spanning over three weeks from 4th May to 25th May, 2012. DPS Indirapuram & Schloss Real Schule Gaildorf have been partner schools for the Exchange Programme since 2007 and have had six successful inter-continental cultural Exchange Programmes so far.

The focal point of this year’s Exchange was a project undertaken on ‘Dances of India & Germany’. The topic of the project offered an opportunity to explore and learn about the dance forms of Germany such as disco-fox, polka and waltz.

The delegation reached the Stuttgart Airport filled with excitement, and the overwhelming welcome they received, enthused them further. They met the host family members with whom they were to spend the next, and what proved to be the best 21 days of their life! Within no time the delegates felt at home at their new homes where the language of love bonded them as the people of one world. They went to the Spring Fest at Gaildorf the same evening to receive their first lesson in the German hospitality and culture. For the next two memorable days, the delegates got an opportunity to spend time with their families who walked an extra mile to help them adapt and adjust. The warmth they exuded thawed the ice and the partners became friends in no time!

On the first day in the German school, the delegates received a fantastic welcome from their German counterparts. Their Principal Ms. Michaela Staleker greeted the guests with her cheerful words of welcome. Wearing the T-shirts with ‘2012-2013 Exchange Program’ message printed on it, the enthusiastic brigade feasted on refreshments lovingly served to them.

In the days to follow, in sync with the topic of the project work for the Exchange, i.e. Dances of India and Germany, the delegates attended Dance lessons specially planned for them. Excited as well apprehensive, they took a plunge to discover the joys of learning new dance forms. The rigorous dance-practice and working on the project literally kept the delegates on their toes. Laughter and bonhomie charged the atmosphere making learning fun, as each one forgot the barrier of race, colour and creed.

The visitors were taken for sightseeing to the historical town of Heidelberg. Mesmerized by the antique beauty of old castles, they got a sneak peek of one of the oldest universities of Germany. They also saw the largest wine barrel in the world and learnt about the German Kings, their lifestyle and the battles they fought and won. A boat trip on the Neckar River, the shopping for curios in Heidelberg streets with the aroma emanating from the bakeries in the old by-lanes will indeed remain etched in their minds forever.

The trip to the Lake of Constance began with visit to Pfahlbauten Unteruhldingen where the students took a glimpse into mankind’s historical past. The boat trip to Meersburg and the Sea Life Museum at Constance proved to be a storehouse of information on aquatic life. The visit to Zepplin Meusum taught them about the Zepplins and their functioning. On their way back they visited Ulm and Munster, the tallest church in Germany and the world famous Daimler Museum. Another memorable trip was to Mercedes Benz Museum where they learnt about the history of Mercedes. They also participated in a Radio Show that was broadcast all over Germany. The show, which was a big hit, was repeated for the whole week and even the students’ families in India were able to listen to it live over the internet.

The trip to Germany was indeed an experience to be cherished for the lifetime, teaching all the participants many a lesson in building healthy inter-personal relationships and developing understanding and goodwill across the border. This valuable experience was made possible only because of the active support and cooperation of the DPS Society, Max Mueller Bhawan and the guidance and involvement of Ms. Meeta Rai, Principal, DPS Indirapuram.

TRIP TO MANALI (ROHTANG PASS) FROM 27TH TO 31ST MAY, 2012
(CLASS IX)

The last week of May will forever remain etched in the memories of Class IX students of DPS, Indirapuram, as 64 students, 06 teachers visited the beautiful hill station of Manali. The lush greenery, majestic mountains, crystal clear babbling waters of river Beas left them mesmerized. Students explored the local market, visited the famous Hadimba Devi Temple, did trekking on the snow clad mountains of Rohtang pass and marvelled at the exquisite and serene beauty of the area. The two and a half hour journey to the Rohtang pass was thrilling and exciting as the narrow winding roads took the group to Marhi where students enjoyed sliding on the snow, and played with snow balls. They also experienced oneness with nature on their ‘nature walks’ in the morning. The educational-cum-excursion trip also made them aware of our hill stations which are littered with refuse left by the tourists. The Himachal Government has banned the use of Poly bags, and the students realized the importance of keeping our hill stations pollution free. It was no doubt a great learning experience for not only the students but teachers as well, who accompanied them.

The trip was organized with the expert support of AAP (Adventure Activities Promoters), which caters to most of the Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.

TRIP TO MUSSOORIE FROM 19ND MAY TO 21TH MAY, 2012
(CAMPING FOR CLASS VIII)

The school had planned a trip to Sanctuary Camping Resort, Mussoorie for Class VIII students from 19th to 21st May, 2012 to engage students in fun-filled learning experiences. 74 students along with 7 teachers and school nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to the most of Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
The trip aims to expose them to scenic views and sensitize them to nature. Tented accommodation was provided to students and teachers. A wide range of activities have been planned for them including hike to Binog Wildlife Reserve, breath taking view of the snow-capped mountains, rock-climbing, rappelling, crossing a mountain stream on a net bridge, ladder bridge & parallel ropes. Lighting bonfire, collecting wood from forest and many other such sessions like Maggi making competition, visit to Mall road etc. made it a memorable experience.

TRIP TO NAINITAL – JIM CORBETT
FROM 19th TO 21st May, 2012

The school has planned a trip to Nainital – Jim Corbett for Class-V Students from 19th to 21st May, 2012 to engage students in fun-filled learning experiences. 98 students along with Head Mistress Ms. Seema Kaur, 08 teachers and school nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to the most of Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
Nainital and its picturesque surroundings recharge the students. Jungle Safari at Jim Corbett National Park and Jim Corbett Museum, visit to Garjia Devi Temple and Bhimtal are the highlights of the trip.
A dance competition was organized on second day of the trip and children awarded for first three positions for the same.
Fresh, hygienic and delicious food was provided to the children and staff.
Children enjoyed the trip throughout and learned several things like Leadership, importance of time schedule, co-ordination between two or more people etc. Children spend some time for shopping on first day at Jim Corbett Museum and second day evening at Mall road.
Students enjoyed the whole trip and had a memorable experience.

ADVENTURE CAMP FOR CLASSES VI, VII & VIII

The Adventure Camp for classes VI – VIII was organized on 6th October 2012 in the school campus with the expert support of Adventure Activities Promoters (AAP), which is a well established name in the field of Adventure Sports Activities.

426 students from class VI, VII & VIII participated in this camp. For the adventure camp 40 teachers, the school doctor, nurse & supporting staff were on duty.

The children had fun and enjoyed the activities like Double Rope, Net Crawl, Tunnel Crawl, Australian Trolley, Ladder, Tent pitching and confidence building exercises like Burma Bridge, Artificial wall climbing & Commando bridge.

TRIP TO DUBAI
On 20th October 2012, a group of 37 students from DPS Indirapuram, accompanied by the school Principal Mrs. Meeta Rai, Mrs. Priya John, Mr. Mohan Singh and Mrs. Jeena Rachel set on this exhilarating excursion to Dubai in the Arabian Peninsula.

The visit to the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai musical fountain which shot up water jets as high as 240 feet in the air, and the mammoth aquarium built in the centre of the Dubai Mall, followed.

Day 2 began with the city tour which covered the Dubai Museum (Al Fahidi Fort), they aromatic Spice Souk, the glittering Gold Souk and the beautiful Jumeirah Beach. The Burj Al Arab in the middle of the Arabian Sea and The Atlantis on the Palm Jumeriah, mesmerized one and all with visions of opulence. Later, the children hopped off the bus into the Dhow (wooden boat) to explore Dubai’s famous Creek, where sea merchants have traded for centuries.

The students welcomed Day 3 on the shore of the Jumeriah Beach where they splashed the clean blue water, and picked up shells and starfish from the white sands of the Arabian Sea.

There was excitement in the air as the students prepared for the adventurous Desert Safari. The camel rides, Quad bike rides, a barbecue dinner under the Arabian stars, and live Tanoura and Belly dance performances, provided an unending thrilling experience. The students also got an opportunity to visit DPS Dubai, where they attended the school assembly and played a friendly basket ball match. It was indeed a memorable trip that will be remembered for long.

AGRA TRIP
INDO GERMAN STUDENTS’ EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

As part of the Indo-German Exchange Programme 12 German students with their hosts and four teachers visited Agra on 3rd and 4th Nov 2012. Visiting the magnificent Taj, Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort was an amazing experience for the German students as they took a peak into Indian history with their friends. The students were struck with the grandeur of the Taj Mahal.
The Germans were delighted to shop for souvenirs while the Indian students picked up the famous ‘petha’ (sweetmeat) before returning.

TRIP TO AGRA-FATEHPUR SIKRI- BHARATPUR BIRD SANCTUARY

The school had planned a trip to Agra for students of Class-XI from 14th to 15th December, 2012. 47 students along with 04 teachers and school Nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Vishesh Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd, which caters to Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
At Agra students visited many monuments of historical importance like the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort.
Being in the serene environ of the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and watching exotic and spectacular birds like Storks, Cranes, Rosy Pelicans, Egret, Darter Cormorant, Spoonbill etc was an unforgettable experience for the students and the accompanying teachers.

TRIP TO AGRA FOR CLASS VI

The school had planned a trip to Agra for the students of Class-VI on 22nd and 23rd December, 2012. 29 students with 03 teachers went on this trip.
The tour was organised with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to most Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
The highlight of the trip was the visit to the magnificent monuments of the historical city. The students visited Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal and were thrilled as they acquainted themselves with the history and interesting stories surrounding each monument.
A wide range of activities were organized by Ran Tourista Travels which included a Quiz Children enthusiastically participated and were awarded prizes.
On the whole it was an enjoyable trip. Visiting the monuments, walking the old cobbled streets of Agra and shopping in the old city were memorable experiences.
 

EDUCATIONAL EXCURSIONS

TRIPS & TOURS

6th Indo -German Students’ Exchange Programme- 2012

(from 4th May to 25th May, 2012)

On 4th May, 2012, 12 students of DPS Indirapuram accompanied by Mr. Mohd. Javed Khan embarked on their journey to Germany as the members of the VI Indo-German Students’ Exchange Programme spanning over three weeks from 4th May to 25th May, 2012. DPS Indirapuram & Schloss Real Schule Gaildorf have been partner schools for the Exchange Programme since 2007 and have had six successful inter-continental cultural Exchange Programmes so far.

The focal point of this year’s Exchange was a project undertaken on ‘Dances of India & Germany’. The topic of the project offered an opportunity to explore and learn about the dance forms of Germany such as disco-fox, polka and waltz.

The delegation reached the Stuttgart Airport filled with excitement, and the overwhelming welcome they received, enthused them further. They met the host family members with whom they were to spend the next, and what proved to be the best 21 days of their life! Within no time the delegates felt at home at their new homes where the language of love bonded them as the people of one world. They went to the Spring Fest at Gaildorf the same evening to receive their first lesson in the German hospitality and culture. For the next two memorable days, the delegates got an opportunity to spend time with their families who walked an extra mile to help them adapt and adjust. The warmth they exuded thawed the ice and the partners became friends in no time!

On the first day in the German school, the delegates received a fantastic welcome from their German counterparts. Their Principal Ms. Michaela Staleker greeted the guests with her cheerful words of welcome. Wearing the T-shirts with ‘2012-2013 Exchange Program’ message printed on it, the enthusiastic brigade feasted on refreshments lovingly served to them.

In the days to follow, in sync with the topic of the project work for the Exchange, i.e. Dances of India and Germany, the delegates attended Dance lessons specially planned for them. Excited as well apprehensive, they took a plunge to discover the joys of learning new dance forms. The rigorous dance-practice and working on the project literally kept the delegates on their toes. Laughter and bonhomie charged the atmosphere making learning fun, as each one forgot the barrier of race, colour and creed.

The visitors were taken for sightseeing to the historical town of Heidelberg. Mesmerized by the antique beauty of old castles, they got a sneak peek of one of the oldest universities of Germany. They also saw the largest wine barrel in the world and learnt about the German Kings, their lifestyle and the battles they fought and won. A boat trip on the Neckar River, the shopping for curios in Heidelberg streets with the aroma emanating from the bakeries in the old by-lanes will indeed remain etched in their minds forever.

The trip to the Lake of Constance began with visit to Pfahlbauten Unteruhldingen where the students took a glimpse into mankind’s historical past. The boat trip to Meersburg and the Sea Life Museum at Constance proved to be a storehouse of information on aquatic life. The visit to Zepplin Meusum taught them about the Zepplins and their functioning. On their way back they visited Ulm and Munster, the tallest church in Germany and the world famous Daimler Museum. Another memorable trip was to Mercedes Benz Museum where they learnt about the history of Mercedes. They also participated in a Radio Show that was broadcast all over Germany. The show, which was a big hit, was repeated for the whole week and even the students’ families in India were able to listen to it live over the internet.

The trip to Germany was indeed an experience to be cherished for the lifetime, teaching all the participants many a lesson in building healthy inter-personal relationships and developing understanding and goodwill across the border. This valuable experience was made possible only because of the active support and cooperation of the DPS Society, Max Mueller Bhawan and the guidance and involvement of Ms. Meeta Rai, Principal, DPS Indirapuram.

TRIP TO MANALI (ROHTANG PASS) FROM 27TH TO 31ST MAY, 2012
(CLASS IX)

The last week of May will forever remain etched in the memories of Class IX students of DPS, Indirapuram, as 64 students, 06 teachers visited the beautiful hill station of Manali. The lush greenery, majestic mountains, crystal clear babbling waters of river Beas left them mesmerized. Students explored the local market, visited the famous Hadimba Devi Temple, did trekking on the snow clad mountains of Rohtang pass and marvelled at the exquisite and serene beauty of the area. The two and a half hour journey to the Rohtang pass was thrilling and exciting as the narrow winding roads took the group to Marhi where students enjoyed sliding on the snow, and played with snow balls. They also experienced oneness with nature on their ‘nature walks’ in the morning. The educational-cum-excursion trip also made them aware of our hill stations which are littered with refuse left by the tourists. The Himachal Government has banned the use of Poly bags, and the students realized the importance of keeping our hill stations pollution free. It was no doubt a great learning experience for not only the students but teachers as well, who accompanied them.

The trip was organized with the expert support of AAP (Adventure Activities Promoters), which caters to most of the Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.

TRIP TO MUSSOORIE FROM 19ND MAY TO 21TH MAY, 2012
(CAMPING FOR CLASS VIII)

The school had planned a trip to Sanctuary Camping Resort, Mussoorie for Class VIII students from 19th to 21st May, 2012 to engage students in fun-filled learning experiences. 74 students along with 7 teachers and school nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to the most of Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
The trip aims to expose them to scenic views and sensitize them to nature. Tented accommodation was provided to students and teachers. A wide range of activities have been planned for them including hike to Binog Wildlife Reserve, breath taking view of the snow-capped mountains, rock-climbing, rappelling, crossing a mountain stream on a net bridge, ladder bridge & parallel ropes. Lighting bonfire, collecting wood from forest and many other such sessions like Maggi making competition, visit to Mall road etc. made it a memorable experience.

TRIP TO NAINITAL – JIM CORBETT
FROM 19th TO 21st May, 2012

The school has planned a trip to Nainital – Jim Corbett for Class-V Students from 19th to 21st May, 2012 to engage students in fun-filled learning experiences. 98 students along with Head Mistress Ms. Seema Kaur, 08 teachers and school nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to the most of Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
Nainital and its picturesque surroundings recharge the students. Jungle Safari at Jim Corbett National Park and Jim Corbett Museum, visit to Garjia Devi Temple and Bhimtal are the highlights of the trip.
A dance competition was organized on second day of the trip and children awarded for first three positions for the same.
Fresh, hygienic and delicious food was provided to the children and staff.
Children enjoyed the trip throughout and learned several things like Leadership, importance of time schedule, co-ordination between two or more people etc. Children spend some time for shopping on first day at Jim Corbett Museum and second day evening at Mall road.
Students enjoyed the whole trip and had a memorable experience.

ADVENTURE CAMP FOR CLASSES VI, VII & VIII

The Adventure Camp for classes VI – VIII was organized on 6th October 2012 in the school campus with the expert support of Adventure Activities Promoters (AAP), which is a well established name in the field of Adventure Sports Activities.

426 students from class VI, VII & VIII participated in this camp. For the adventure camp 40 teachers, the school doctor, nurse & supporting staff were on duty.

The children had fun and enjoyed the activities like Double Rope, Net Crawl, Tunnel Crawl, Australian Trolley, Ladder, Tent pitching and confidence building exercises like Burma Bridge, Artificial wall climbing & Commando bridge.

TRIP TO DUBAI
On 20th October 2012, a group of 37 students from DPS Indirapuram, accompanied by the school Principal Mrs. Meeta Rai, Mrs. Priya John, Mr. Mohan Singh and Mrs. Jeena Rachel set on this exhilarating excursion to Dubai in the Arabian Peninsula.

The visit to the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai musical fountain which shot up water jets as high as 240 feet in the air, and the mammoth aquarium built in the centre of the Dubai Mall, followed.

Day 2 began with the city tour which covered the Dubai Museum (Al Fahidi Fort), they aromatic Spice Souk, the glittering Gold Souk and the beautiful Jumeirah Beach. The Burj Al Arab in the middle of the Arabian Sea and The Atlantis on the Palm Jumeriah, mesmerized one and all with visions of opulence. Later, the children hopped off the bus into the Dhow (wooden boat) to explore Dubai’s famous Creek, where sea merchants have traded for centuries.

The students welcomed Day 3 on the shore of the Jumeriah Beach where they splashed the clean blue water, and picked up shells and starfish from the white sands of the Arabian Sea.

There was excitement in the air as the students prepared for the adventurous Desert Safari. The camel rides, Quad bike rides, a barbecue dinner under the Arabian stars, and live Tanoura and Belly dance performances, provided an unending thrilling experience. The students also got an opportunity to visit DPS Dubai, where they attended the school assembly and played a friendly basket ball match. It was indeed a memorable trip that will be remembered for long.

AGRA TRIP
INDO GERMAN STUDENTS’ EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

As part of the Indo-German Exchange Programme 12 German students with their hosts and four teachers visited Agra on 3rd and 4th Nov 2012. Visiting the magnificent Taj, Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort was an amazing experience for the German students as they took a peak into Indian history with their friends. The students were struck with the grandeur of the Taj Mahal.
The Germans were delighted to shop for souvenirs while the Indian students picked up the famous ‘petha’ (sweetmeat) before returning.

TRIP TO AGRA-FATEHPUR SIKRI- BHARATPUR BIRD SANCTUARY

The school had planned a trip to Agra for students of Class-XI from 14th to 15th December, 2012. 47 students along with 04 teachers and school Nurse went on this trip.
The trip was organized with the expert support of Vishesh Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd, which caters to Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
At Agra students visited many monuments of historical importance like the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra Fort.
Being in the serene environ of the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and watching exotic and spectacular birds like Storks, Cranes, Rosy Pelicans, Egret, Darter Cormorant, Spoonbill etc was an unforgettable experience for the students and the accompanying teachers.

TRIP TO AGRA FOR CLASS VI

The school had planned a trip to Agra for the students of Class-VI on 22nd and 23rd December, 2012. 29 students with 03 teachers went on this trip.
The tour was organised with the expert support of Ran Tourista Travels, which caters to most Delhi Public Schools in Delhi & NCR.
The highlight of the trip was the visit to the magnificent monuments of the historical city. The students visited Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal and were thrilled as they acquainted themselves with the history and interesting stories surrounding each monument.
A wide range of activities were organized by Ran Tourista Travels which included a Quiz Children enthusiastically participated and were awarded prizes.
On the whole it was an enjoyable trip. Visiting the monuments, walking the old cobbled streets of Agra and shopping in the old city were memorable experiences.
 

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