School Safety Program

School Safety Program

workshop - New Guidelines for Safety on Roads

Road safety is a safety measure to reduce the risk of road accidents and road side injury because of the mistakes of people while driving on the road. Everyone needs to be well aware of the road traffic rules especially children and young.IN the same concern a workshop was conducted by Mr. Narayan (Assistant sub Inspector) and Mr. Neeranjan to make the students more aware about safety measures. The students got an opportunity to understand in detail that how they can become a responsible citizen by knowing traffic rules.

Safety - Pledge - SAY NO TO CHALLAN

S.D. Public School is always concerned about the road safety measures to be taken and regularly keeps the students aware about them. Students of all the classes on Monday, 9th September took the Pledge on “ SAY NO TO CHALLAN” and promised of abiding all the road safety rules.

Toyota Safety Education Program (TSEP)

We have undertaken Toyota Safety Education Program (TSEP). program to prepare every child to become a responsible road user by inculcating road safety habits from an early age. TSEP is designed for students from class Vto class IX and will be spread across eight months from August 2019 to March 2020. We have partnered with KPMG to assist us in implementing, monitoring, and managing the program. The program comprises of multi-sensorial learning and assessment experience for students and teachers with the help of experiential learning using AR/VR headsets, club activities, State & National events will be done.

Fire Safety Demonstration on 15th July, 2019

A visit to the Fire Station is an exciting experiential way of learning about fire safety and the role of Firefighters in our community and thanking them for keeping us safe. The Students of Sr. Secondary wing of SDPS, Pitampura visited the local ‘Fire Station’ to get first hand learning about fire safety i.e. Fire prevention, What to do in case of a fire?, Firefighters are community helpers, Equipment and gear. This Edu-trip was aligned to the ongoing themes of the respective sections. The students got a chance to see a firefighter in his full gear. They got hands-on experience on Fire Safety and watched the live use of fire truck. It was a fun-filled, interactive and informative trip and the firefighters gladly answered any queries that the students had. The pupils and staff would like to take this opportunity to thank the Roop Nagar fire station and their staff for a very informative and fun day out.

POSTER AND SLOGAN MAKING

Power packed one liners and punch lines is a bring out the best expression- this was proved by the students of SDPS in the slogan writing and poster making competition which was organised for classes 6 to 9th on 15th November 2018 on the topic- “ Road safety “ . It was amazing to see the great pieces of artwork students had come up with, which apart from being attractive were evocative and reminiscent. The creative instincts of the youngsters came out beautifully in this competition which proved that with right counselling and support youth can be trained that would result in an innocuous and safe future.

Special Assembly

Special Assembly was conducted by students of class 8-b on the topic Road Safety. They sensitized the students about how to avoid road hazards and become vigilant road users through a small skit and a song.

Mock Drill conducted on 18th April, 2018

All Students and staff members of the school participated in the Mock Drill held on 18th April, 2018. During the Drill duck-cover-hold (taking shelter) under the benches was practiced in the classrooms. School Building was evacuated within 4 minutes of ringing of the emergency bell. All the Students and staff members assembled at the designated assembly point and roll call of students present was taken. Class status was reported to the DM committee for further action.

Road Safety Awareness Rally

In order to make children Street Smart the students of classes 6 to 10 took an initiative to create awareness in the form of rally. The execution was done by taking mass participation , who marched out the streets calling out the slogans - Sadak Suraksha, Jeevan Raksha

SNAKES AND LADDER

“More than leisure utilisation a healthy hobby helps to build sound mental faculties- it saves the society from the onslaught of negativism”. The creation of awareness wall was taken to the next level through conduction of various mind games for the staff members and students of SDPS. Students of classes IX and X prepared LUDO, SNAKES & LADDER, JIG SAW PUZZLE. These activities demonstrated a perfect blend of ‘learning by playing’. The students were overwhelmed and enjoyed a lot.

AWARENESS WALL

In order to generate sensitivity in students about the various road safety practices adopted by different countries an awareness wall was created on by the students of SDPS. The wall showcased the different road signs and do’s and don’ts on the road of India. The main purpose of creating this wall was to sensibilize the students about the road safety measures across the globe

SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN

It is very important to make our youth aware of their responsibilities towards themselves and society- with this thought SDPS organised a signature campaign where all the students- The Future of India, signed up and pledged that they would follow all the traffic rules, take up necessary precautions and be sensible and safe on the road so that everyone can live in a safe and harmonious society which is free from accidents and tragedies.All the members of SDPS were invited to be an active participant of the signature campaign, where they were asked to pledge to become a road safety awareness cadet

PSA Session

A PSA session ( Parents and staff Association) was held at SD public school to encourage the parents and teachers participation in road safety management of school children. DR. Rohit Baluja President (IRTE) Institute of Road Traffic Education) was the speaker in the event. It was an interactive session where teacher and parents gave their valuable suggestions for the childrens safety.

Fancy Dress competition - OUr ROAD HELPERS

Aspiring minds of SDPS brought out the sense of acclaim and acknowledgement towards our road safety helpers in the fancy dress competition organised for students of class III on 18the September 2017. The aim of the competition was to sensitise the students about the dire need and importance of different road safety assistants . The students through the role play conceded the prominence of all the helpers whose presence makes a country's functioning smooth and effortless.

Orientation Programme for Teachers and Coordinators by Delhi Traffic Police

In accordance with United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011–2020and our continuous endeavour to keep our road safe and with a view to sensitize students about the importance of obeying traffic rules ,Delhi Traffic Police organized the School Road Safety Awareness Campaign 2017-18 at Dogra Hall, IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi for teachers and co-ordinators of the school. Our Two teachers Attended the orientation programme and took the initiative to continue the school road safety club further.

PUPPET SHOW

A puppet show organized for the students of classes I-V by PVR Nest on Responsible Road Behavior on 21 November 2015. It was a great learning experience. It motivates the kids to follow the safety rules and helped to develop their social skills.

Leadership Training: Ride Safe India Programme

A Nukkad Natak was organised for the students by PVR Nest in association with Delhi Traffic Police , Hero , ROSES and Michelin India to teach them about the importance of safety on the roads. They feel very motivated and confident .These are the life skills they are having and can make use of them throughout the life.

KNOWLEDGE SESSION

A knowledge learning session was organised for the students of class IX AND X by PVR NEST in association with Delhi Traffic Police and Michelin India to teach them about the importance of different road signs.

Meet with Special Commissioner (Traffic)

A seminar on responsible road behaviour was conducted by PVR NEST in association with Delhi Traffic Police and Michelin India in India International centre. School from all over Delhi had come to discuss plans to curb road rage and to make their students more road safe. The chief guest for the event was DR. Muktesh Chander, special Commissioner (Traffic). He addressed the audience and said that road safety cannot be brought in a day it requires a change in attitude first.

ROAD SAFETY AWARENESS SUMMER CAMP

The participants were imparted training in traffic drill and given lecture on road safety norms and traffic rules and also practical training on simulators in safe cycling and two-wheeler riding. They had a great learning experience. Sh. Sharad Agarwal Add. Commissioner of Police Traffic Felicitated the winners of the painting and slogan writing competition and also awarded the certificate of participation to all the participants of the summer camp.