March 16, 2018: Recognition Day at DLF Public School – A unique best practice of the school, that at once showcases, celebrates and awards everyone of its little stars for their uniqueness and strength. The event that mesmerised over 1000 spellbound audience was the highlight of the evening at the school’s own auditorium. The show was exclusively celebrated by and for the little child stars upto Class III who danced, swayed and rollicked on the theme of the event – Alibaba Returns….With Twists and Turns.
The event was graced by panoply of luminaries as distinguished guests for the evening including Shri Satish Mahana, Minister Industrial Development, Uttar Pradesh as the Chief Guest, Mr. Sunil Sharma, MLA, Sahibabad with several other esteemed guests and valued parents along with the members of the Press.
Chairman Shri Rakesh Khullar and Executive Director Dr. Mrignaini welcomed the dignitaries and invited Shri Mahana to lay the foundation stone of the DLF Illuminarium – a learning space for children with special needs.
In his address, Chief Guest Honourable Shri Mahanaji said, ‘In these evolving times it is more desirable that children grow in an environment built on trust, character and virtues rather than just focusing on academic outcomes.’ He also added that a child learns better by actions rather than by verbal precepts.
Chairman Shri Rakesh Khullar, stressed that 22 year long journey of DLFPS has been continuously evolving and achieving great milestones. He expressed his pride and delight at the fact that the school has been acknowledged for its transformational learning culture it has adopted through its numerous innovative practices. He shared the major achievements of the school and congratulated Principal Seema Jerath for spearheading the transformational learning culture and for receiving the School Leadership Award.
Principal Seema Jerath stressed how the school has been scaling heights not only in academics but in cultivating leaders and happy fulfilled individuals who have learnt to think, empathise; who don’t just demand their rights but also learn to accept their responsibilities and who are individuals moving from just being takers to also being givers.
The event concluded on a convincing note that parents also need to give quality time to their children to make them better human beings.