SPRINGDALES SCHOOL DHAULA KUAN Springdales School is synonymous with a vibrant School  culture.This was amply illustrated through the Annual Class Exhibitions  organized at Dhaula Kuan unit on Sunday, 29th July, 2018 on the theme, “Creating a Vibrant School Culture”.

The Annual Event witnessed the culmination of the Book Week held from July 22nd to July 27th, 2018 during which each faculty organised  a myriad of interesting and engaging activities such as quiz, workshops, interactive talk sessions by  scholars

The highlight of the Exhibition was the TINKERING FESTIVAL being organised under the STEM Education Programme initiated by NITI Aayog, wherein young thinking minds came together to  innovate designs and bring about a meaningful impact in the society.

While the young scientists were engaged in various workshops including 3D Printing, Robotics, Electronic Circuits and a virtual tour of a Dinosaur Park in Pune, the upcoming artists of the school were not far behind. The visitors were awestruck by the beautiful Art Work created out of waste products. The artistic wand of our learners transformed ice creams sticks into wall shelves and paintings  ,clothes pegs were ready to lit the rooms at night and wires, old newspapers and POP took the shape of captivating murals. The visitors were transported to the artistic land as the corridor walls were enhanced with sketches, paintings, wall hangings of  mirror and thread work. The display of the Robots made by the students of the Computer Club of our school left the visitors spell bound.

The exhibition also showcased the Holiday Homework, research projects, models of the students done during the summer vacations, as well as the activities done during the Book Week. Each classroom elaborated upon the theme through the Class Boards which provided a rich platform to our budding talents to paint a rich canvas of a better, beautiful and brighter world.

Building bridges of understanding between the parents and the teachers, individual response cards were handed out to all the parents; accentuating the personality traits of their wards.