Leadership Camp Secondary Wing



The school organises the Annual Leadership camp to harness leadership skills among its students. The students are shortlisted on the basis of testing and gruelling sessions of interviews and then sent for fun-filled experimental learning in this camp. Such camps provide them an excellent opportunity to learn outside the classroom environment and instil in them a desire to be self-achievers. During this camp, the students are exposed to a variety of experiences which develops a sense of responsibility and self-confidence.

This camp helps the children to discover the leader in them and more importantly to create team bonding among themselves. This year students went to Jim Corbett National Park for the prestigious camp, accompanied by senior staff members from April 20, 2019 to April 22,2019.

During the course of the stay, children learned the important traits of a good leader by attending multiple sessions by professionals and by performing various activities both indoors and outdoors.

To nurture and instill in the students – self-confidence, team spirit and camaraderie – leadership camp was held in the pristine environs of Agra from 23rd May to 26th May, 2016.The team of students was escorted by Ms. Ritu Sharma, Ms. Ashima Sharma and Mr Nitin. An array of activities such as interactive sessions, team building games, group work projects, rappelling and the ‘Flying Fox’ set the tempo right and kept the children ticking. These activities helped the budding leaders gain insight into their own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The beauty of the Taj Mahal left the students awestruck.

The leadership camp was an enriching, power-packed, elevating, inspirational and heartening experience for the students. The participants, revitalized with energy and brimming with leadership knowhow, returned to school to put to action all that they had learnt.

The future leaders of DPSG, Secondary Wing attended a Leadership Camp at Dugadda (Lansdowne) in Uttarakhand. The camp instilled in the young leaders qualities like teamwork, patience, spirit of tolerance, effectiveness, assertiveness and communication skills to enable them to face the challenges and take up new responsibilities. The camp provided the future pioneers an opportunity for self introspection and self analysis as well. The group revitalized with energy and brimming with leadership is ready to put to action all that they have learnt.