1st QuarterApril to June. 2nd QuarterJuly to Sept. 3rd QuarterOct. to Dec. and4th Quarter Jan. to March.
Ruparelia Group staff will enjoy a benefit of discount of 10% on tuition fees.
Fees must be paid in full before a student will be permitted to sit in any examination.
Transcripts (school reports and Leavers Certificate) will only be made available to future schools when all financial matters have been cleared through the Bursar’s Office.
Fees are not refundable in whole or in part. In the event that a student is withdrawn from DPS INTL having previously booked attendance on a school trip – skiing, sports tour, outdoor education or other – then any monies already paid to the school will become non-refundable, and the student will no longer be eligible to attend the trip concerned
DPS INTL reserves the right not to promote or continue the enrollment of any student if, in the opinion of the School it is in his/her best interest.
In the event of any medical emergency, the School will attempt to contact the parents or guardian. If it is impossible to contact parents or guardian, the School is authorized to seek medical attention for the student from the nearest available qualified medical practitioner or hospital. In this event, the school and its staff shall not be held responsible for the results of medical treatment administered to the student, and any medical expenses incurred shall be chargeable to the parent.
Drama is taught to all years. The emphasis is on learning basic performance skills and developing the children’s self-confidence through mime, improvisation, games, and devised sketches and, occasionally, scripted performance.
Cross-curricular events involving the whole year group include plays, poetry and sketches. Each year group puts on a major production. A balance is kept between musical and non-musical plays.
There is also plenty of opportunity for informal drama as there are Variety Shows for the Middle and Upper School.
School is so much more than reading, writing and arithmetic. Drama provides a way for children to discover they can make a contribution. It empowers them and raises their self-esteem. Drama also lets children put their own individual stamp on what they are good at.