Day 1 at DLF Public School Saw 97.7% Attendance from Classes VI to VIII


2021 began with a bang for the middle school at DLF Public School. 97.5% of Delfites of Classes VI to VIII returned to school this March to attempt their first Annual Exam amidst all precautions. The school has been reopened for the middle school children with strict COVID-19 guidelines in force after taking consent from the parents. It required a lot of planning to adhere to safety protocols right from demarcating spaces for parking of school buses, to fixing of specific entry and exit gates, deputing staff and materials for thermal checking and sanitization, seating arrangements and deputing staff to monitor students for physical distancing. The readiness and enthusiasm of the parents, teachers and support staff to adapt to the new set of in-school rules assured a safe environment for students at DLF Public School during this shared COVID-19 reality. Children were extremely happy to return to their second home-their school and meet their friends and teachers in person after a long gap of almost a year! One could observe excitement and joy among the students, parents, and teachers at the school campus. Teachers are also overjoyed to meet students saying it has filled an empty space in their life. As always at DLF, no learner is left behind. Special arrangements were made to cater to Children with Special Needs during the examination. ‘During a pandemic the only certainty is uncertainty. It is a delight to have these happy faces back in school, who are in real sense the soul of our school.’, shared Principal Seema Jerath. Click here for more pictures: