THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM
The school plans from Nursery to Class XII. In the first three years of schooling of a child i.e. for age group 3+ and 4+, there is no formal education. The process of learning for these tiny tots is through the play way method. Formal teaching begins from class I where the children are taught Hindi, English, Mathematics and Environmental Science. The NCERT curriculum is followed upto class XII. Students have a plethora of foreign languages to choose from: Japanese, French, German. Classes IX to XII, the discipline prescribed by the CBSE will be followed.
A committed lot making things happen .....
DPS Mathura has a team of dedicated teachers, well-trained intellectuals who are ready to adopt various innovative and communicative approaches to teaching and always try to relate education with practical life making extensive use of Multimedia to make the learning easy and interesting. To keep the members of staff abreast with the changing ways in modes of teaching and reaching out to the children in the most effective manner, frequent training sessions and workshops are conducted by the school. The teachers attend several seminars held by the Delhi Public School society and also at various institutes with a view to update themselves with the new methodologies introduced in their subjects.
Modus aperandi ....
This is assured through the representatives of each class and the Heads of faculties. After a long weekend, on every Tuesday, a test for an hour as per the schedule is taken by students to ensure that whatever a student has studied, has been well grasped. The students are given assignments from time to time to cater to the needs of slow, average and bright learners. The school also provides facilities for counseling and guidance.
Support Programme .....
The school has made a special provision for the remedial classes - with a purpose to recognize the problems of slow learners. Developing a close personal contact with each child, DPS fraternity endeavours to solve all the problems that cause hindrance in the progress of a child. The case history of each student is prepared and the teachers volunteer to take these students under their wings.
Third Saturday of the month, is scheduled for an interaction between the parents and teachers to co-ordinate the work of the students in school and at home.