Delhi World Public School is committed to provide state of the art education, incorporating Indian values and World culture, aiming to create global citizens as torch bearers of a dynamic and harmonious world.
Delhi World Public School aims to instill in each child a sense of inquisitiveness and exploration, observation and synthesis. Every child is encouraged to inculcate the values of citizenry; a commitment to good health, high values and sensitivity to the environment. The Delhi World Public School is an innovative effort to integrate the best ideas in education taken from all good practices in India and around the world. For instance, we borrow from the Nai Talim principles of Mahatma Gandhi whereby learning place takes by doing, where knowledge and activities are not separated from each other, and the virtuous character of the child is built to last a life time. We also strive to make the principle of universal peace and tolerance the basis of Delhi World Public School , so that every child who comes to us leaves the school with a habit of humility making our future world a place of harmony and goodwill towards all.
Emphasis is laid on learning in an environment combining spiritual philosophies with different subjects in the curriculum. The DWPS ethos of equality, compassion, cooperation and service before self is our earnest endeavour. Teachers of Delhi World Public School ensure that values are taught repeatedly by weaving them in the curriculum.
NEW INITIATIVES IN DWPS, FROM APRIL TO JULY ‘17
Digital Programme for excellence in Maths.
Orange Competitive Examinations for School, in collaboration with the Japanese Assessment Organization – Kyoshi Education. For Maths and Science,Grades I to VIII.
National Children’s Science Congress, for bringing out the scientific temperament of children for National Level Research. For Grades VI-VIII.
The Energy & Resource Institute for external examination on 'Green Olympiads'.
- KIDZAIM SPORTS
A well planned outsourced Sports Programme for the children of Pre – Nursery to Grade III.