An overview of the School

Dwarka International School strictly emphasizes on the moral development of the child. It believes that the supreme end of the educative process should be the training of characters and personality of students in such a way that they will be able to realize their full potentialities and contribute to the well being of the community. It is education which can impart the ability or power of better judgment and build strong characters. Desirable qualities of head, heart and hand are ingrained through our system of education. Students here acquire these qualities not passively or theoretically but by getting involved in different activities. They are motivated to participate in activities they are interested in as well as those they can relate to their day to day life. Acquiring life skills is thereby a very essential and integral part of our educational process. Our ultimate concern is not only to cultivate wealth of muscles, fullness of knowledge or refinement of feelings but also strength and purity of character.

Parents Our Partners in Education

Modern education puts emphasis on the immediate needs, interests and experiences of the child and considering individual differences. There is the need of establishing effective parent- teacher cooperation. It is the home which lays the foundation and then the school builds up the edifice of the child’s life. Parent- teacher cooperation is highly encouraged at Dwarka International School. Parents participate in school functions, teaching activities and volunteer for special occasions. In order to make parents aware of the process and well being of their child we motivate parents to offer their valuable suggestions and give necessary feedback either through mails or feedback drop box. Professional parents are urged to share their valuable experiences with children as part of our Guest Lecture Series. The social development of a child is thus made possible by securing parental cooperation. We salute our parents for their unstinted support and cooperation.

Aims and Objectives

The aims of the curriculum are to ensure that all children are provided with learning opportunities that recognize and celebrate their uniqueness, develop their full potential and prepare them to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The focus is on the child as learner, and the use of a variety of teaching methodologies is an essential feature of the curriculum. The curriculum of key skills in communication, problem solving, critical thinking, inquiry, investigation and analysis, and social and personal awareness as well as interaction. In particular, it places key emphasis on the acquisition of literacy and numeracy skills.

Curriculum for session

Language Development and Communication skills

The primary objective is to make the learner conscious of the theme concerned. They will be provided with a rich reading experience through stories , folk tales, plays, poems, biographical and autobiographical writing. This will encourage learners to evaluate character, make a personalized assessment of events and extrapolate from the ideas using facts. Students will be encouraged to give a purposeful, personalized and often an imaginative written response as well as good oral expressions.

Problem Solving and Numeracy

Everyone uses Mathematics in their daily lives in various ways irrespective of their basic knowledge. Here it is essentially focused on the practice of mathematical concepts as it helps to cultivate the thinking and reasoning skills along with a systematic approach to real life situations infused with mental clarity and a problem solving aptitude.

Understanding the Environment and the World

Here we seek to create a capacity, locate and comprehend relationships between the natural, social, scientific and cultural environment with emphasis on interactive approach through activities, projects, surveys, and games including a judicious mix of narratives and factual accounts. Through this approach we will be able to bring world, in all its totality, closer to the child so that they develop sensitivity to live with the world and all its nuances in peace and harmony.

Information Technology

The future of our next generation lies in the field of computer and cyber technology as it has increased the self learning skills. Here the focus is on making them skilled in operating and word processing skills. To make learning more useful and interesting practical activities are included based on real life applications of software packages.

Creative development.

Creativity is one of the fundamentals to successful learning and provides opportunities to explore, express themselves physically, musically and artistically, being imaginative.

Physical Development.

To improve the skills of co-ordination, control and movement children are exposed to our sporting facilities like Taekwondo, skating, lawn tennis, swings and slides, adventure sports and fun races. This encourages them to maintain a healthy life style and work with team spirit.

Music, Dance and Drama.

These activities are an important part in our curriculum. Children are taught to listen , accompany and appreciate a variety of musical styles and dancing styles. They are encouraged to understand the art of enactment, drama and as their confidence grows, new doors open for them, to showcase their talent.
As a school we work with parents and members of the wider community to achieve our aims through partnership, mutual respect and co-operation

Our Primary incharge for the Classes I and II is Ms. Seema Solanki

Our Primary incharge for the Classes III to V is Ms. Sarika Sharma