Visit of Under Priviledge Children to our school
“You are braver than you believe, stronger you seem, and smarter than you think”
The CSR team of Delhi Public School Gandhinagar organised a visit for the underprivileged children of slums residing near sector 13, Gandhinagar- to DPSG. Thirty children visited the school on 15th Feb. 2020. It was a special day for them as usually they walk miles to go to their regular govt. school, but that day DPSG school bus had come to pick them. The moment when they entered the huge gate, they were all surprised and mesmerised to see the school campus.
The day commemorated with a prayer where children expressed their gratitude to God. The children attended the computer class where they learnt basic things about technology and watched a short movie which made these children feel special. The teachers put utmost efforts to teach with maximum love and care to these children. After that the children attended the Art & Craft and Music class. They learnt to make paper-flowers happily in the Art & Craft class and learnt a Gujarati prayer in the music class. Basic knowledge about the names of different musical instruments was imparted to them It was just like a dream come true for them.
The children were served midday meal in the canteen. After a sumptuous lunch, they visited the school library where a book mark was given to each one of them so that they can learn how to use that. They also enacted a story using different props. During the games period, they played basketball with energy and enthusiasm. They were treated just the way the other students of the school are treated. They enjoyed a lot as they had never done it before.
At the end of the day, the children were given a stationary kit as a token of love and blessings from DPSG. All the Teachers of CSR Team had put maximum efforts to make their day and tried to bring the biggest smiles on these children’s faces. It was really a great initiative taken by the DPSG CSR Team
Objectives of the Event:
- Bring Happiness to the Underprivileged children.
“The harder you work for something, the greater you will feel when you achieve it”
- Make the children feel special.