• Welfare & Development
  • Workshops
  • Potentials

Teachers are facilitators who forge the path in a student’s life to achieve excellence in every sphere. During this process it becomes absolutely necessary to revitalize themselves and become more dynamic in their endeavor.

The management of JKPS, being sensitive to this need, organizes and initiates a number of programmes, picnics, excursions and recreational activities for its staff members to keep in mind the teacher’s career growth and personal fulfillment. In the current academic year, JKPS teacher’s fraternity went to Najafgarh Eco-tourism Rocksport Camp to rejuvenate themselves. It was a day of fun, games and relaxation with endless gorging on tasty food. Weekly faculty meet with the Principal, professional training through workshops sponsored by the school and various other activities provide a conducive working environment for the staff members.

Under the supervision of qualified therapeutic professionals, regular yoga and meditation classes are conducted for teachers to de-stress and relax themselves. Expert beauticians are invited to conduct regular sessions of personal grooming and personality development. These recreations and leisure studies offer numerous opportunities to develop and prepare themselves for a better role as a teacher.

1st July 2017

Jaspal Kaur Public School, Shalimar Bagh organised an enlightening workshop for its teachers recently in the school auditorium. The resource person was Mrs. Jyotsna Bhardwaj the Founder Director of Envision India. She spoke on the topic Key to Effective Teacher Student Relationship and The Power of Words. She said teachers play a major role in the life of students.
The two hour interactive session not only rejuvenated the teachers but also awakened their souls to learn the power of words the most important and effective teacher student relationship. She also honed the skills of teachers for a better student teacher relationship and to make classroom teaching effective.
The speaker urged the teachers to acknowledge each child for his/ her individuality. The teachers thanked the expert for the lively session. The workshop proved to be fruit and effective.


24th September 2016

J.K.P.S. conducted a teacher workshop on having a positive approach with students. Miss Vandana Tondon, an NIE resources had an interactive session with students.


20th September 2016

J.K.P.S. Conducted an innovative and interactive session for the teachers that focused on leadership skills. It was organised by Mr. Alnour Virain from primary plus. The workshop encouraged the teachers to enable our children empathise, be more ethical and learn the qualities of leadership. Some innovative solutions were also provided to global problems.


4th September 2016

The counsellor of JKPS attended a one-day workshop on stress and its management by resource people from Quality Education Asia. How to recognise stress and manage stress was conveyed through different interactive activities.


27th August 2016

The school counsellor narrated the story in which the message of- "every student has the talent was conveyed"


29th July 2016

The British Education Centre conducted a teacher workshop on the topic "Life skills and Education, the way forward" on 29th July at the Centre in Gurgaon. Professor MM Pant, Miss Jyotsana and other faculty of Kent university took the session on life skills and education


1st July 2016

JKPS conducted a teacher workshop on improving reading and writing skill through EDUCOMP. It aimed at encouraging the teachers to stay up to date with the latest technology based learning. Mrs Shweta convey the message that two way communication would help to enhance the students interest in learning. It also contained modules for teaching science maths and technology.


13th May 2016

The school counsellor narrated some motivating stories on the topic anyone has a different perspective. This short session triggered the thought process in all the teachers to look at the surrounding things with a new perspective.


JKPS employs competent faculty members qualified to accomplish the mission and goals of the institution. Today’s classrooms require that instructors possess competencies for teaching all students. Robust instructional strategies and culturally sensitive curricula are critical, but more important is an instructor who is sensitive and responsive to the unique differences of each student. Recognizing the need to strengthen specific competencies to reach and teach all students requires an understanding of new ideas and a willingness to view instruction through varied cultural lenses. This mission is achieved through regular in-service workshops and support programmes.

Once they are ready, the instructors become open-minded, sensitive and flexible to the needs of every Jaspalian, and are able to provide an explorative, non-threatening, non-critical and non-judgmental environment for a child to truly blossom. In order to improve and increase the overall performance of the faculty we organize and participate in a variety of workshops, seminars, conference and team building exercises. These workshops play a vital role in upgrading the knowledge base and the latest trends in education.