Infrastructure

School Infrastructure

The children enjoy a beautifully manicured, serene campus, meticulously maintained playing-fields and sporting facilities, fully smart classrooms and conference halls with a well-equipped library, hi-tech laboratories, carefully thought out the location and exclusive academic experience.
D.P.S boasts of the most advanced infrastructure. Thoughtfully designed all facilities in the school are within close walking distance.

School Library

Acknowledging the fact that a library is a storehouse of knowledge, the school has provided students with a library architecture that is inspirational and conducive to learning, improved communication, and interaction.
Our school library, a treasure trove of knowledge, has state-of-the-art infrastructure to provide students a place to learn, think and share ideas.
We believe such facilities fire children's imagination and widen their knowledge horizons.
The school has a library to facilitate every grade in school. The well-stocked libraries, are inviting quiet zones for resource work, reflection and reading.

Science Laboratory

Each of the laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology are spacious and well-equipped, allowing children an engaging environment to devise and evaluate their own experiments.

School Sports Infrastructure

PLAYING-FIELDS:
Playing outside is a vital part of childhood that helps children develop physical strength, coordination, a feeling of sportsmanship, team spirit, self-discipline, balance, focus, management and fostering the skills of group dynamics. It provides opportunities for children to learn and develop and various skills like:
  • Social Skills - when they play with other children, they learn to communicate, share, collaborate and empathize with others
  • Imagination and creativity - outside play is often open-ended and children need to be creative about what and how games are played
  • Sense of self - as they master new skills and play with other children they improve their competence and confidence in their own physical and social abilities
  • Sense of connection - a sense of connection to place, to peers and to their local community and environment
  • Self-care skills - managing physical and social challenges helps children to learn about keeping themselves safe