DPS Co-Curricular Activities

Debate competitions are a popular way for students to develop their critical thinking, public speaking, and research skills. These competitions usually involve teams of students who research and prepare arguments on a given topic and then present their arguments in front of a panel of judges or an audience.

In a typical debate competition, each team has a set amount of time to present their arguments, usually ranging from 5 to 10 minutes per speaker. After each team has presented their arguments, there may be a period of cross-examination, where the opposing team can question the speaker’s arguments and evidence.

At the end of the debate, the judges will evaluate the arguments presented by each team and declare a winner based on the strength of their arguments and the quality of their presentation.

Poster making is a creative activity that involves designing and creating a visual representation of an idea, message, or concept. This activity is often used in educational settings as a way to reinforce learning or to promote awareness of a particular issue or topic.

To create a poster, students will need to select a topic or theme and then use various design elements, such as images, colors, and text, to create a visually appealing and informative poster. The poster should be eye-catching and easy to read, with a clear message.

Slogan writing is a creative activity that involves developing a short and catchy phrase or statement that effectively communicates a message or idea. Slogans are often used in advertising and marketing to promote a product or service, but they can also be used in educational settings to promote awareness of a particular issue or to reinforce key concepts.

To create a successful slogan, students will need to consider the target audience and the message they want to communicate. The slogan should be short, memorable, and easy to understand, with a clear call to action or message. It should also be unique and stand out from other similar slogans.

A drawing competition is an artistic activity that encourages students to showcase their creativity and imagination through visual art. The competition may have a specific theme or topic, or students may be free to create any type of artwork they choose.

To participate in a drawing competition, students will need to create an original artwork using various art materials, such as pencils, paints, markers, or pastels. The artwork should be visually appealing, expressive, and convey a message or story.

Vowel learning activities are educational exercises that help students learn and practice identifying and using vowels in words. Vowels are the letters A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y, and they play an important role in forming words and creating syllables.

There are several fun and interactive vowel learning activities that teachers can use to engage students and reinforce their understanding of vowels.

Rakhi making activity is a fun and creative activity that can be organized in Dalhousie Public School during the festive season of Raksha Bandhan. Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. 

To make Rakhi, students can use various materials such as beads, threads, ribbons, and decorative items. They can also use traditional Indian art forms like quilling, embroidery, or painting to create unique and beautiful Rakhis.

The main objective of a painting competition is to encourage and promote creativity, self-expression, and artistic skills among participants. Students are usually given a specific theme or topic to base their paintings on, which can be a particular subject, a social issue, or an abstract concept.

Students can use different painting techniques, such as oil, watercolor, acrylic, or mixed media, to create their artwork. They may also use a variety of tools and materials, such as brushes, pallet knives, sponges, or stencils.