International Education Programme


In today’s era, global exposure is a vital component of a holistic and comprehensive learning process. With the world converging towards globalization, there are various possibilities today to dilute the barriers such as language, borders, and cultures, and thereby widen the opportunities for students.

One of the many benefits of providing the students with the international exposure is that it helps to enhance and broaden the vision of students. The knowledge that is attained from global visits and organising  international cultural events and fests provide students with a platform to experience and appreciate global scenarios and viewpoints from a unique perspective. DWPS  believes it is pertinent for students to understand aspects of global world, which is why all the students in school  are provided the exposure of celebrating events like International Education Week in which students adopt various countries like Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, China, U.A.E, Japan, UK  and  this week long celebration culminates with ‘ Global Waves’- a Carnival with zesty participation of all the students and staff from Pre- nursery to Class XII. The result is sheer magic !

Global Waves- A Carnival of Composite Culture!

A mega event, the International Education Week in Delhi World Public School, Noida Extension culminated in ‘Global Waves’ – a Carnival with zestful participation of one and all. The weeklong celebration from 15th July’19 to 20th July’19 was marked by plethora of activities  and competitions like Poster Making, Collage Making , Folk tale narration, Mask and Artefacts and many alike. An Inter School German and French Music and Cuisine Competition ‘Culturelle Stimmung’ was also  organized during the week which had an overwhelming response from all reputed schools of Noida. The linguistic skills of the students were honed as they could speak about the cultural heritage of the adopted countries. The students enjoyed making an array of craft exhibits like masks, traditional pots, pasta necklaces, paper craft and many more items related to the countries.

The Chief Guest, Dr. Mahesh Sharma graced the occasion with his benign presence. The eminent guests and delegates from the embassies of Korea and China were welcomed with a Hip hop dance which took them by surprise followed by the Ribbon cutting Ceremony and lighting of the lamp amidst chanting of shlokas. The mellifluous music of the orchestra stole the hearts of the audience. The Principal, Ms. Jyoti Arora accorded a cordial welcome to all the guests and dignitaries.

The cultural show presented on the occasion won acclaim from the eminent guests and parents alike. The majestic glimpses of the dances of many countries such as South Korea, China, Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar, Japan, UAE, etc. enamoured the audience. The highlight of the carnival was the responsive chord that was struck with the audience when the students took the stage by storm. The aesthetically laid out exhibition reflected the diligence and perfection of the students. The exemplary exhibition had a grand display of culture, craft, cuisine, costume of the adopted country. The Tempura dance was presented by the representatives from the embassy of Egypt.

The Chairman, Mr. Vipin Sahni, the Chairperson, Ms. Kiran Sahni along with the Directors Dr Saiyam Sahni  and Dr Rohit Singh felt elated expressing to the guests how our children are actually given exposure to become global citizens. The honoured guests acclaimed the exceptional way of creating global mindset among students and the way they will confidently stride ahead in future.  The colourful event culminated with a clear message of  mixing of global cultures through educational and festive bonanza thus bringing about a positive change among students and instilling  values of global brotherhood in them to relish their entire life.


It has always been indeed a matter of pride for DWPS feels to welcome the distinguished guests -Ms Aliki Koutsomitopoulon ,Ms Anais Cayzac Dorris Francis, Victor Francis, Ms Emmi Ollila from counties like Greece, Japan, Korea, France, Spain , Finland , China and many more during International Education Week and other special events. Their vibrant presence  and vision has always boosted the morale  of our  students and staff  and has helped ensuring a productive cycle of cross-cultural learning.


This year, a weeklong celebration of the wonderful benefits of International Education and exchange worldwide was conducted. International Education Week is an expansive, global, and cross-cultural event. It is a celebration of valuable exchanges of language, culture, ideas worldwide.
Virtual Event information during I E W

Greetings in Italian were introduced to the tiny tots of pre-primary, as Italy wouldn’t be complete without the children learning few words of its native tongue and their meanings. Many activities were conducted, which included making craft passports, Lap book, flag of Italy, Pisa tower and eye mask. Children have enjoyed the delicious cuisine of Italy as well, and this was followed by a dramatic play. The primary wing kicked off their celebration by singing a song, ‘We are the children, we are the world’. They learnt about the culture and language of the country by watching movies. Virtual tours were also enjoyed by the children, who ended the day by trying their hand at the cuisine of the country. The middle wing’s celebration began with a stimulating debate competition among the students from classes V to VIII. Handmade tourism posters and travel brochures were made by children. Mono act was presented by the children of any famous personality of European origin. The highlight of the week was a fashion show, in which only bio -degradable items were used to make clothes.