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We believe in developing physically and emotionally healthy students who excel in an ever-changing world. The school exists to challenge, educate, and inspire students to become life-long learners who are thoughtful, creative, confident, articulate, and responsible members of society.
In an endeavour to create ‘Global Citizens’, the school undertakes various projects with International dimensions to expose our students to a wider vision.
Delhi Public School, Jaipur has Global Partnerships for various projects:

 

INSTITUTION SAINT JOSEPH DU MONCEL PARIS, FRANCE

Delhi Public school Jaipur and the French students of Institution Saint Joseph Du Moncel took up the ISA collaborative project ‘Our School Lives’ to exchange notes and learn about the school lives  of different countries like Russia, Germany, China, France and India together to gain global perspective about the varied educational systems across the globe. Different activities were conducted and work was exchanged for a wider and better understanding.

There was a Students Exchange Program that helped students to hone their social and inter-personal skills leading them to be socially aware global citizens. Students showcased their respect and tolerance towards each other’s cultural and traditions.

 

SPRINGDALES SCHOOL,DUBAI

 

 Students of Delhi Public School, Jaipur and Springdale School , Dubai worked collaboratively on an ISA project  ‘International Folk Songs and Folk Instruments’  to explore and research about the various musical instruments of different countries like with Russia , Sweden, China, Germany and France. Students learned about the cultural heritage, native songs, dances and held different presentations and competition.

 

SAINT MARIE CHOLET, FRANCE

 

 “Jashn-E- Virsa: Celebration of Heritage”  was an ISA collaborative activity with  Saint Marie Cholet, in France to research and study about the important forts and sites of  China , Sri Lanka, Germany and Nepal to develop the sense of pride for the important monuments of all the countries, to know their history, culture and sense of responsibility towards the preservation of their own and other countries’ heritage and historical buildings.