Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
What is the vision of our school?
To craft our students into ideal citizens of the future by exploring the unique capabilities of each student through the right kind of physical, intellectual, and social stimulation coupled with modern teaching methods and mediums.
To provide students with the guidance, knowledge, infrastructure, technology, and expertise needed to take on the modern world and channel their energies in the right direction.
DSGS is an educational institution that prepares students for future challenges in a safe and secure environment.
DSGS follows the CBSE curriculum.
School timings are 8:30 am to 12:30 pm for Pre Primary (Nursery, LKG, UKG) and 8:30 am to 3:30 pm for primary and middle school students.
We have 25 students per section for the Pre-Primary wing, where the student-teacher ratio is 12:1. We provide qualified associate teachers for each section along with the mother teacher in Grades Nursery to II. We strive to maintain a number of 30 Students in each class for Primary and Middle School, where the student-teacher ratio is 15:1.
The pre-primary curriculum is a joyful mix of fun-filled activities. Children will learn and explore in their comfort zone. We believe in a child-centric way of learning. Learning also happens outside the classroom.
Teachers at DSGS will identify the low achievers and then motivate them by giving extra aid or explanation and helping them improve step by step. High achievers are provided special assignments, encouraged to learn through experiments, they get opportunities where they can choose what activity to work on etc. Subject enrichment sessions are conducted for underperformers. The pre-primary curriculum is a joyful mix of fun-filled activities. Children will learn and explore in their comfort zone. We believe in a child-centric way of learning. Learning also happens outside the classroom.
The purpose of homework is to reinforce skills learned at school by providing practice at home. Homework assignments will be given in such a way that the student will be able to complete them to the best of their ability all by themselves. We follow a homework grid with standard 2/3 subject homework per day.
1st language - English
2nd language - Hindi/Telugu
3rd language - Hindi/Telugu/French
We will start the first day with an exercise for children where they are involved in activities and have fun. It will help them adapt to unfamiliar settings. We give the children enough time to make the transition gradually, as it is the best way to avoid stressful situations.
Yes, it is.
To live and thrive in a modern world, it is essential to have a modern education. Our futuristic teaching methodologies adapt to evolving educational environments to drive a better understanding of the changing world and improve students’ academic performance. The teaching methodologies executed at our school are a blend of modern and traditional techniques that have consistently brought out the best in our students.
There will be a PTM periodically. Approximately 6 PTMs will be held in an academic session.
We consider parents as an integral part of the education process, and they are free to meet teachers and the principal with prior appointment.
Communication can happen through Phone, Email, Diary notes, and Parent app, or the parent can also walk in for further assistance. A communication matrix will be shared with parents; they can reach out as per the matrix.
Yes, at DSGS, the students are encouraged to be part of competitions to build competitive spirit. Students who play competitive sports demonstrate more confidence, leadership and self-respect, which is much needed.
We have a sports academy, where we have tennis, table tennis, basketball, cricket, volleyball, throwball, athletic track, indoor games, skating, etc.
Both gross motor skills and fine motor skills are needed for children to engage in creative activities such as dance and art. They are important for health as children need to be active. Activities like rolling, kneeling, crawling, walking, running, jumping, skipping, outdoor play activities etc., will be exercised for pre-primary students.
Our school encourages reading habits in children from a very young age. We have a separate section in the library for Pre-primary children furnished according to the needs of that age group; even the books are handpicked for them.
Students will be given scope to explore different sources to gather information, such as libraries, the internet, group discussions, experiential learning etc.
The curriculum at DSGS is completely aligned with NEP-2020. At DSGS, we provide them with a curriculum that is future-ready and which fosters 21st-century skills in students.
Excursions and field trips are a part of the learning process and are organised accordingly.
Principal interaction with students happens regularly. Students recognise the principal as an ally within the school, which helps the principal to stay connected with the needs of the students.
Yes, we encourage every student to participate in all the competitive exams, and proper guidance is provided during preparation.
The recruitment process is handled by a team of experts. Only after the thorough verification of the credentials, the selection process is concluded. Our teaching staff has hands-on experience in this field. They are provided with smart-teaching training for 30 days before they take up the classes.
Yes. We do have a certified counsellor on the school premises as per the norms of the CBSE.
All our teachers are given basic first aid and CPR training. We also have a Medbay where experienced medical staff are available throughout the time.
We take a proactive approach to bullying. It is dealt with immediately and firmly. Once the management has been made aware of the problem by a student or parent, we investigate the issue and counsel the students accordingly. We also keep the parents informed about the status of the issue.
DSGS believes in preventive, supportive, and corrective discipline policies where children are monitored and counselled by the teachers and the special educator in case needed.
A trained female attendee will accompany the students during the commute.
No. Children should carry lunch and snacks from home.
At our school, we maintain a high standard of cleanliness and hygiene. The school admin monitors hygiene regularly. Housekeeping staff are allotted floor-wise duties, and they are supervised by the supervisor and admin officer.
The entire campus is in well-monitored CCTV surveillance. Students are always accompanied by teachers or monitored by the admin and support staff throughout the campus.
Please contact the school office for fee details.
Yes, for details you can contact the school on 9127019999.
We follow the parent/guardian authorization card system. Parents should carry the card when they come to pick up their ward. Children will be handed over at the parent pick-up point by the mother teacher/class teacher.
We do provide admission for students travelling from abroad, provided they have a valid visa. For further assistance, please contact us at 9127019999.
The assessment is not a criterion for admission but to help understand creating the child's portfolio accordingly.
The documents required are as follows - Birth certificate (if applicable), Transfer certificate 2 passport-size photographs of the student and 1 passport-size photo of the parents/guardian Aadhar card of Parent/guardian and student Bonafide, study and conduct certificate
You will receive a unique login ID and password, which will take you to the Parent Dashboard, where with one click, you can access data such as circulars, fees, homework, GPS of school transport, gallery, attendance, timetable etc.

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