Reaching out to all members of society, sharing their concerns and caring for them is an essential part of the Springdalian Education. By working for the underprivileged through community service and welfare programmes we not only pay our debt to society but enrich our own lives.
The Special needs Centre at Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan “Saath-Saath” and the Scholarship Scheme programme for the talented students of M.C.D. schools have successfully completed one year. “Kaamyab”, an ongoing outreach programme of the school for the underprivileged community in the nearby JJ Cluster started in the Golden Jubilee year is also doing commendable work. Children are taught basic learning skills as well as spoken English, Music and Dance, Computers, Art and Craft and Sports.
As a part of their curriculum classes XI and XII visit institutions like Tammana, Nayee Disha, Aanchal, The National Association for Blind and SOS Children’s Village on a regular basis to interact with the children and help them to themselves. Work in slums, sponsored walks for various causes, blood donation camps and fund raising for natural calamities are some of the other programmes the active social work department organizes.
An enthusiastic member of the Delhi School Literacy Project Springdales works continuously to eradicate illiteracy and spread awareness amongst the economically and socially backward classics. At the annual award giving ceremony the efforts of participating schools are recognized. A literacy week is also celebrated during which competitions are held and a grand Literacy Mela organized. A sprit of oneness and learning under lies the community service programme of the School and the students are transported into a new world of social awareness.