About

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL TAPI

Points to Remember

Check your ward’s Class Blog and DPS Tapi Mobile App daily for

  • Notes and Circulars from School
  • Homework set

Ring DPST Reception whenever you have even a small doubt or query.

Please note the following mandatory points:

  • Read the DPS Tapi Learning Partnership Guide to be aware of school rules.
  • Wearing the student RFID-card is mandatory
  • Wear Summer/Winter uniform as notified
  • Wear House T-shirt on Tuesday and Friday (I-II) / Saturday (III-X)
  • No Mehndi, Jewellery or Tattoo allowed. Girls Only may wear ear-studs.
  • Attendance of school, first and last day before and after vacation is mandatory
  • Send healthy tiffin
  • Label all the stationery material and Uniform including socks and shoes, school bag, tiffin and water bottle
  • Send extra pair of clothes for Pre- Primary
  • Send 10-passport size labeled (Name of the student, Admission No and Class) photographs in school uniform.
  • Send App Communications for 1-2 days leave.
  • Send application in school letter pad if the child is on leave for more than 2 days
  • Submit Medical Fitness Certificate before rejoining
  • Take prior appointment to meet the teacher / principal
  • Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited.

 Birthdays

  • No distribution of sweets/chocolates/invites allowed.
  • May plant a seedling (should learn scientific and local name).
  • May add Bajra to the birdseed trays in Sparrow Court.

 Transport

  • The school bus may be late due to traffic issues or mechanical problems.
  • The bus will not wait for parents who are late – to avoid further delay.
  • Delays exceeding 20 minutes will be notified via SMS to parent’s emergency contact number.
  • DPS Tapi Parent ID Card has to be shown to the bus escort while collecting the child.
  • Parent has to escort the student to/from the bus stop.
  • Parents who repeatedly break transport rules or misbehave with bus escort teachers will lose bus facility.
  • Parents are responsible for the safe commute of wards by private taxi/van services.

Regards

Class Teacher

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43 thoughts on “About

  1. good morning ma’am
    its a request that please post any instructions or any other post along with homework.. coz as homework has been downloaded, we don’t open the school website.. so can’t follow the instructions..
    please do needful..

    regards

    Anjum

  2. Good morning mam schoolbag weight is too much we request you to think some alternative for that for kids- bhar vagar nu bhantar thank you mam

    • Dear Ma’am,
      I already told all the students to submit maths workbook in class… And once the reading task of chapter get over… there is no need to bring text books till the next chapter get start.

  3. Dear mala maam sorry for disturbing you. I wanted to confirm that I a suppose to write on Republic day or on the trip in the blog

  4. Mala maam i have got fever and throatinfection thats why i am apsent today i will speak public speking task tommorow From Krish sanghavi

    • yes…its graded activity for term B so i will take tomorrow but for public speaking…. competition is on 15 August and final selection done.

  5. mam why the english homework role play task is we have to see cindrella and aladin is there be gonna role play, skit or drama

  6. Hello mam you must have heard of Nepal’s earthquake everyone is asking that are you safe i am just telling you that we all are safe it was the worst experience in my life bye. Ishaan sharma

  7. I am fine mam and I got the admission in the new school and today was my Anual function and I was in French song and the name of my new school is rupys international school

  8. INTRESTING FACTS ABOUT SWIMMING
    • Swimming started in the 1st century.

    • Over 50% of world-class swimmers suffer from shoulder pain.

    • Swimming has been a part of the Olympics since 1896.

    • Some people think swimming started when a person fell into the water and panicking, he started to swim in a way we call today dog paddle.

    • Egyptians made a picture or symbol for swimming as far back as 2500 A.

    • Peanuts are a source of energy for swimmers.

    • Drags slow you down in swimming because they are not skin tight.

    • The shorter your hair is the more chance you have for swimming faster because there is less friction.

    • Swimming can be done for competition and it is helpful in survival.

    • An hour of vigorous swimming will burn up to 650 calories. It burns off more calories than walking or biking.

    • Swimming strengthens the heart and lungs

    • Swimming works out all of the body’s major muscles

    • Swimming help reduce stress

    • Water’s buoyancy make swimming the ideal exercise for physical therapy and rehabilitation or for anyone seeking a low-impact exercise.

    • Swimming is a great cardiovascular exercise because you are moving against the water’s resistance, which is over ten times that of the air.

    • You can swim for exercise no matter what your age. Some people teach their infants and toddlers how to swim so that they will learn to love and respect the water at a very early age. I also know people well into their eighties who swim regularly to stay in shape.

    • An estimated 65 thousand people in the United States alone do not know how to swim. Many of them learned as young children but never go to a pool, lake, river, or ocean anymore and have forgotten how to swim over the years. Others were never taught and continue to avoid the activity altogether. It was once thought that knowing how to swim was important for safety reasons, but now it is pretty much left up to the individual.

    • Swimming in extremely cold water can be very dangerous. People with heart conditions or other ailments, as well as elderly people, should avoid swimming in water that is too cold. Cold water cools down the human body 25 times faster that cold air does, so swimming in water that is below about 15 degrees Celsius should never be undertaken. This can lead to thermal shock, hypothermia, and eventual death.

    • Swimming is also a very safe form of exercise because it is considered to be low impact and easy on the bones and joints. You can do exercises in the water using floats and weights and enjoy a good workout without worrying about serious injury. This is especially true if you have arthritis or other types of physical limitations.

    • It really is true that you shouldn’t swim for about an hour after eating. This is primarily because your body is digesting your food and you may get a cramp during the time right after you eat. Allow your body to rest after eating and then go into the water.

    • Swimming is a good way to lose weight. This form of exercise will stimulate your entire body and could lead to an increase in metabolism over time. If you are trying to lose weight, swim for at least twenty minutes three or four times each week.

    • Going swimming is very relaxing and has been compared to yoga and meditation in terms of its soothing effect on the mind and body.

    IS THIS OK

  9. Gujarat maintains a variety of industries the principal once being general and electrical engineering and the manufacture of textiles, vegetable oils,chemicals, soda ash and cement.

  10. DEAR ,MAM WE HAVE TO PREPARE THE DEBATE TASK WITH WHOM .
    IF I HAVE PREPARED POSITIVE THEN WHO PREPARE THE NEGATIVE!
    MAM PLEASE REPLY URGENTLY . THANK -YOU MAM

  11. Yes mam I like the video…we learn education is important for all of us … Than how by many ways we reach to school , like wooden bridge,iron bridge n concrete bridge… all about different states n types of bridges made over there like Rishikesh had hanging bridge..different roads n ways to go .like Rocky Mountain we use horses . Snow in Shimla .leh n Ladakh

  12. Nandita mam we all are missing you a lot. Mam I found the link for the bharatanatyam dance of Agni house for 3-5 class. The link is ( Bharatanatyam Shiva Thandavam by Rashmee Attarwala- you tube). It is of 6minutes but we all will only do till the first 2 minutes.

    From Saadgi

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