The middle school years are crucial for the overall development of students. Our curriculum is designed to promote independent thinking, self-expression, and a deeper understanding of core subjects. With a wide range of co-curricular activities and specialized programs, we prepare students for the challenges of higher education and equip them with essential life skills.
The Middle School Programme at DPS Mahendra Hills comprises Grades 7 and 8. The curriculum here offers a broadened base to match the growing abilities of students in assimilating information and grasping abstract ideas. Constructing on the progression from skills to experiential learning, the Middle School Programme further focusses on strengthening the knowledge, skills and competencies of the kids.
The middle school curriculum has been designed to arrange the youngsters for more rigorous academic requirements for top school. All the topics are taught by subject specialist teachers who work with students to develop an intensive understanding of the topics introduced in secondary school.
A plethora of values inculcated in our students are:
At DPS Mahendra Hills, the importance of soft skills for students is huge. It helps them learn skills which will help them become future leaders and also help them in their personal lives to grow better.
Few ways we instill these soft skills are:
Leadership plays an important role in every aspect of a student’s life. Students go through many stages in life for career development where they need leadership skills.
Ways DPS Mahendra Hills implants the leadership skills in the students are:
The school ensures an international environment that gives children the opportunities to learn and interact in a humane, respectful and psychologically safe learning environment. The curriculum, systems, activities, and the entire ethos of the institution is designed to make the students discover their environment through exploration.
The curriculum is flexible and contextual. It is designed to develop the rational and analytical faculties of puerile students. It lays emphasis on learning by doing. Art, Music, Dance, Physical Education, Games, SUPW cum Clubs, Robotics and Scouts, and Guides are some of the mediums of imparting education.
At DPS, we believe that for holistic growth, for systematic and meaningful learning opportunities and preparing students for their future as well as developing the various facets of personality development, classroom teaching should be supplemented with co-curricular activities. Out of class activities affect all domains of life such as cognitive, moral, emotional, social, aesthetic and cultural.