West Patel Nagar, New Delhi-110008

Awareness Programmes  

“We don’t inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” Native American Proverb

Earth Day

“Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better.”

Our planet is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive! That’s why each year on April 22, more than a billion people celebrate Earth Day to protect the planet from things like pollution and deforestation. By taking part in activities like picking up litter and planting trees, we’re making our world a happier, healthier place to live. A special morning assembly was organised. The students performed nukkad natak on “Save trees, Save Life”. The students also gave dance performances and delivered speeches in Hindi and English. The students also made head gear on Earth Day.

World Ozone Day

World Ozone Day is observed on 16 September annually. On this day in 1987, the Montreal Protocol was signed. Since 1994, World Ozone Day has been celebrated by the United Nations General Assembly. This day reminds people about the depletion of the Ozone Layer and to find solutions to preserve it. The interactors made badges to celebrate this day . A special assembly was organised to make the children aware about the importance of the ozone layer in the atmosphere. The badge making activity was done to convey  the message of saving ozone layer.

World Energy Conservation Day

Energy Conservation emphasises the judicious use of energy to minimise wastage and save sources for the future. The interactors of DAV Public School, West Patel Nagar celebrated Energy Conservation with zeal. The students made posters and small video clippings on how to conserve energy.

Plantation Drive

“Just living is not enough, one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.” – Hans Christian Andersen. Nature is God’s most beautiful creation. It facilitates the growth, development and nourishment of all its creatures. The interactors of D.A.V Public School, West Patel Nagar and their family members participated with great zeal and enthusiasm in ‘Plant a Sapling’ drive. This activity was carried out to raise awareness among masses to preserve and conserve the environment, develop a sense of accountability and think about their local community.

Vriksh Raksha Bandhan

Rakshabandhan is a unique and sacred festival. The people of all religions celebrate it with enthusiasm and love. This festival shows the strength, love, and purity of the brother-sister relationship. This festival is made up of two words, namely “Raksha '' and “Bandhan”. As per the Sanskrit terminology, the occasion means “the tie or knot of protection” where “Raksha'' stands for protection and “Bandhan'' signifies the verb to tie. This festival is celebrated every year in July or August. All sisters tie a rakhi (sacred thread) to their brother and feed them sweets, chocolate, etc. and pray for their long life. The festival is observed as a duty between brothers and sisters. In the modern era, Rakhi is tied to trees for the protection of nature. The trees protect us from all the natural calamities and give us useful things like wood, paper, medicines, food etc. The most important thing that they give us is life-supporting gas i.e. oxygen free of cost. The interactors celebrated “ Vriksh Raksha Bandhan “ by tying rakhi to the plants and trees at home to celebrate this festival.

Anti Cracker Rally

 An anti-cracker rally was organised by the Interact Club of DAV Public School , West Patel Nagar to make the people of nearby areas aware about the harmful effects of bursting crackers during Diwali. The rally was flagged off by the Principal Ms Rashmi Gupta of the school. A street play was also performed by the students on “Say No To Crackers”. A special morning assembly was organised where the students took a pledge not to indulge in bursting crackers.


All About Fitness!

“ Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”- Mahatma Gandhi

Physical activity is an important contributor to overall health and engaging in regular physical activity can decrease the risk for numerous adverse health outcomes. The school organised physical  activity programs for the children to promote physical and mental fitness in our children. A myriad of health related days like World Health Day, International Yoga Day, National Sports Day, World Organ Donation Day were also celebrated to promote healthy behaviours among the children that they will inculcate for life.

Fostering Vedic Values



Our school focuses on the holistic development  of a child. The school organises Vedic Acyivities to imbibe ethical values in our children.  The Principal, teachers and children perform Havana and recite Vedic Mantras on important occasions.  Performing Havanas help the children to imbibe our cultural values, traditions and heritage.The school celebrated birth anniversaries and Nirvan Diwas of all eminent vedic leaders like Swami Shraddhanand Balidan Diwas, Maharishi Dayanand Nirwan Diwas , Mahatma Hansraj Diwas to make the children aware about the teachings of these great souls.


Spending Time Together- Familial Bond

“When you look at your life, the greatest happiness is the family happiness.”- Joyce Brothers

Mother’s Day

“A mother is one who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” Mother’s Day is a special day for all children and mothers as it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. Mothers are the emotional backbone of the family who have the magic touch to heal all wounds and make all things beautiful. Various activities were  organised to celebrate motherhood. The students made thank you cards for their mothers. They gave dance performances and also recited poems on Mother’s Love.

Father’s Day

Father's Day is celebrated in many parts of the world at different times of the year, but in India Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June. This day is celebrated to acknowledge and appreciate the role of fathers who play a very important role in our families, and in society at large. Children look forward to this day and make their dads feel special with their gestures. The children of our school gave cards, gifts, and flowers to their fathers. Some went out to dine and spent the day with their fathers as well.

International Day of Elderly

International Day for the Elderly is celebrated on October 1 every year. This day is celebrated to spread awareness about the importance of senior citizens in our society and to appreciate their contributions. The children of our school celebrated this day with zeal.They made beautiful cards and presented gifts to their grandparents. They spent the entire day with their grandparents.

Celebrating Diversity

“We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided.”- J.K.Rowling

India boasts of the title of the “Land of Festivals”owing to its rich cultural diversity. The school celebrated the myriad of religious festivals with children  to imbibe the value of unity and friendship.


“A national festival is an occasion to refine and rebuild the national character.”- P.M. Narendra Modi

National Festivals

National festivals are of supreme importance to the citizens of India. These festivals remind us of the significance of freedom, democracy and peace. The children from all classes participated  actively in celebrating national festivals so that they never fail to cherish how we fought for 150 years and gained freedom.

Independence Day, Republic Day,Gandhi Jayanti

Hindi Diwas

“Ekta ki jaan hai, hindi desh ki shaan hai.” Hindi Day is celebrated in India to commemorate the date 14 September 1949 on which a compromise was reached- during the drafting of the Constitution of India- on the languages that were to have official status in the Republic of India. The children of our school celebrated this day by making beautiful posters and reciting dohas and poems in Hindi.

National Mathematics Day

To commemorate the birth anniversary of Indian legendary mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, national mathematics Day was celebrated in the school on December 22, 2021 on a virtual platform. An awareness campaign on the topic, “Mathematics  is everywhere around us, in our home, nature, drawings, sports, kitchen etc. was conducted using a PowerPoint Presentation.. The students participated in a wide variety of activities like poster making,slogans on importance of mathematics, digital posters, mathematical jewellery, designing, modern, making, clay modelling etc.,with great zeal and enthusiasm.

National Science Day

This day is celebrated to commemorate the invention of ‘The Raman Effect’ by the veteran Indian Physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, National Science Day was observed through a virtual platform. It was also celebrated to emphasise on the culture of science and the application of science for the welfare of people. The students performed science experiments to celebrate this day. A myriad of science activities were done to foster scientific skills in the children.


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