950 sky heroes of DLF Public School took their parents through a metamorphic experience … Space Jazz; a musical journey into Space with the profound message that oneness and togetherness are vital to our co-existence. Parents took a plunge into their cosmos on Recognition Day, the unique best practice of the school, on March 11-12, 2016 at the School’s Darbari Lal Auditorium.
The ‘Uniqueness’ of every Delfite was acknowledged and each Delfite was applauded for their outstanding qualities. Recognition Day celebrated the school’s belief that ‘Each child is a star and each deserves to twinkle’.
Sponsorship awards were given out by Chairman, Dr. Rakesh Khullar. While Executive Director, Dr. Mrignaini shared success stories of 2015-16, Mrs Seema Jerath, Principal, dwelt upon the conception of education at DLF Public School- a school with a soul; and predominantly emphasised that whatever drives Delfites should have a purpose larger than themselves.
Eminent personalities – Mr. Kapil Mishra, Delhi Minister of Art, Culture, Tourism and Water; Ms. Pratibha Prahlad, Director, Delhi International Arts Festival – a renowned Bharatnatyam dancer and recipient of the Padma Shri Award 2016 and Prof. (Retd.) Manjula Mathur, Dept. of Elementary Education, NCERT; graced the occasion. Awestruck, in their own words they described DLF Public School as:
Mr. Kapil Mishra – ‘This School IS the Change’ – that inculcates the ideology to “first believe what they want to see” in their students! He admired the achievements of DLF Public School by quoting “there are lesser number of days in a year as compared to the achievements of this school!”
Ms. Pratibha Prahlad – “It’s exciting to see that the students in this school not only participate in debates and competitions but are also given an environment to enhance their critical thinking skills, helping the underprivileged and a well balanced exposure to art and sports!”
Prof. (Retd.) Manjula Mathur – “Collaboration, one of the most important skills of 21st century was clearly visible in the spirit of students. The school’s efforts to create the culture of co-existence and oneness are striking and appreciable.”