Program of Academic Excellence at DYPHS
At D Y Patil High School (DYPHS), we adopt the country’s richest and longest serving academic board curriculum, the Delhi based, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The curriculum adopted nationally enables students to develop a critical thinking and problem-solving mindset and prepares them for real-life application. Considered one of the most popular curriculums in the country, at DYPHS, we believe our students will benefit with the range of subjects on offer, its academic depth and rigour which builds a solid foundation in their formative years.
Additionally, as a progressive school, we are conscious of the rapidly evolving global educational practices and to ensure that our students are exposed to the best that is available, we at DYPHS introduce these ideas through a strong ‘Program of Collaboration’.
THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS AT DYPHS
At DYPHS, we completely believe in and strive for child-centric education in a number of ways
A healthy student-teacher ratio that ensures each child’s learning needs are adequately met.
Interactive and experiential mode of delivery to ensure strong learning.
Integration across topics for holistic learning,as opposed to instruction in isolated content and skills.
Adoption of best practices such as differentiation, peer learning, etc. to ensure that each child learns in the best possible way.
Student-led activities and projects to build leadership and ownership.
Supportive and differentiated assessments to aptly measure each child’s academic and developmental progress.
Integrating a range of academic, creative and sporting activities to make it a well-rounded program.
Opportunities for spontaneous play and teacher-facilitated activities.
Exposure to culturally diverse literature, art,music, etc. and activities to inculcate sensitivity to cultural diversity.
Group activities and projects to inculcate teamwork and cooperation.
Opportunities for children with varying backgrounds and developmental levels to participate in group activities.
Periodic field trips and contextual excursions to provide better exposure and stronger learning.
Time for one-on-one student-teacher interaction for additional help in academics, acquisition of supplementary material in math, science, language, etc. to facilitate better learning.