Grandparents are the footsteps to the future generation as grand- children are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation. Realising the same BCM Kindergarten Chandigarh Road organised different activities to mark the celebrations of the Grandparents’ Day. Where the Kids of LKG made photo frames, the students of UKG enjoyed making greeting cards using pearls, stones and colours etc.
GRANDPARENTS DAY CELEBRATED ||KG ||
Acquaintance of Current Affairs ||PRIMARY SECTION ||
Under 14 boys Volleyball team of school secured second position in Zonal Level tournament held at Government Senior Secondary School, Govind Nagar Ludhiana. Out of which Manpreet Singh, Keshav, Devashish and Krishna are selected for District level Tournament
ZONAL VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT II MIDDLE WING II
National Sports Day is celebrated on 29th August every year in India. It is the birthday of Major Dhyan Chand who is one of the most respected legendary figures in Indian and world hockey. This year , on National Sports Day Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Fit India Movement at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. As per the guidelines of CBSE a fitness pledge was taken by the students as well as teachers at BCM School, Chd. Road. Around 1000 students of different blocks viewed the launch function of Fit India Movement by Honorable Prime Minister broadcasted live through DD National. Students seemed to be enthusiastic and motivated by PM Modi’s speech wherein he stated that healthy India is his goal. He also called for a strict control on people’s lifestyles as small change in lifestyle can bring massive benefits. Apart from this a plethora of activities was conducted during the day. A special morning assembly was organized in which tribute was paid to Maj. Dhyan Chand. Students participated in different athletic events, an Inter House Sports quiz and Chess Competition. Students also participated in a bio-sketch writing competition wherein they penned down the life history of Major Dhyaan Chand. Students participated in all these activities. Principal D.P Guleria applauded the efforts of the students and encouraged them.
CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL SPORTS DAY IN BCM SCHOOL
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a nation-wide Fit India Movement on National Sports Day. As per the guidelines of CBSE, a live telecast of the launch was arranged for the students of different blocks. The inaugural event was held at Indira Gandhi Stadium Complex in New Delhi, where the PM administered a fitness pledge to the people of the country. Fit India Movement is aimed at encouraging people to give priority to sports and fitness in their day-to-day lives. Students were enthusiastic and motivated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech wherein he stated that healthy India is his goal. He also called for a strict control on people’s lifestyles as small change in lifestyle can bring massive benefits. He also emphasized on the importance of fitness, especially in the times we live in and added that people must change their mindsets when it comes to physical fitness. Students as well teachers took a fitness pledge at the end.
FIT INDIA MOVEMENT AT BCM SCHOOL
Zonal Kho-Kho Tournament held at Guru Nanak Public School, Birmi in which U-14 Girls bagged IInd Position.Navya (VII-B), Richi(VI-D), Vanshika(VI-G) & Samridhi (VI-G) selected for District Kho-Kho Tournament.
ZONAL KHO-KHO TOURNAMENT II MIDDLE WING II
A good teacher is like a candle – it consumes itself to light the way for others.”
The teacher acts as the guide for life, show the path towards success and enrich the personality of their disciples by imparting ethical and academic knowledge. Students of classes VI to VIII wrote messages to their beloved teachers. They showcased their talent and expressed their gratitude, in their spell binding messages, for the affection and care that teachers aregiving to the students. Afterwards they presented that messages tothe concerned teachers.
CELEBRATION OF TEACHERS' DAY II MIDDLE WING II
With a view to instil the qualities of selfless service, kind concern and the sense of dignity towards all individuals, BCM School Chd.Road Ludhiana contributed towards a project initiated by an NGO ‘Ray of Positivity .’ A very noble initiative of conducting langar sewa in hospitals every Thursday is the main concern behind this service .On 29th August, 2019 students and teachers of BCM School wholeheartedly contributed their best towards ‘Maa Ki Rasoi.’The founder really appreciated the efforts done by BCM students and ensured that the food donated by the students would reach to the mouths of hungry and needy people in the hospitals .Students and teachers felt really happy and contented after contributing their best.
MAA KI RASOI ||SECONDARY WING ||
With a view to instil the qualities of selfless service, kind concern and the sense of dignity towards all individuals, BCM School Chd.Road Ludhiana contributed towards a project initiated by an NGO 'Ray of Positivity'. A very noble initiative of conducting langar sewa in hospitals every Thursday is the main concern behind this service. On 29th August, 2019 students and teachers of BCM School whole heartedly contributed their best towards 'Maa Ki Rasoi'. The founder really appreciated the efforts done by BCM students and ensured that the food donated by the students would reach to the mouths of hungry and needy people in the hospitals. Students and teachers felt really happy and contented after contributing their best.
MAA KI RASOI
Taking the active approach against the use of plastic, middle wing organised ‘An Expert’s Lecture’ on 17 August, 2019. The expert, Ms. Meena Sharma, acquainted the students of class VII with the use and reuse of plastic, types of pollutions caused by plastic and how to manage the plastic waste in India, China & Bangladesh with the help of a PPT and videos. The young learners exhibited this spirit of going against the plastic in ‘Debate’ on the topic ‘Plastic is boon or curse’ on 23 August 2019. The students of class VIII manifested their arguments over both the blessings and curse of plastic to mankind. Thereafter, the budding scientists of classes VII and VIII conceptualised their gained knowledge about plastic in activity ‘Model Making’ on 26 August 2019 wherein they made electric circuits showing that every type of plastic is a poor conductor of electricity. The students of Grade VI & VII wrote different messages using different calligraphic styles and spread awareness about the harmful effects of plastic in ‘Slogan Writing’ activity on 27 August 2019.
BRITISH COUNCIL ACTIVITIES II MIDDLE WING II
To celebrate the birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand i.e National Sports Day, a plethora of activities was organized which brought a high level of awareness among the students to keep themselves fit and healthy. The day started with a special morning assembly in which tribute was paid to Maj. Dhyan Chand and Fit India Pledge was also taken by the students as well as teachers. A live telecast of Fit India Movement launched by Govt. of India was showcased to around 1000 students, which highlighted that our culture is imbibed with fitness. Students were enthusiastic and motivated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech wherein he stated that healthy India is his goal. He also called for a strict control on people’s lifestyles as small change in lifestyle can bring massive benefits. Apart from this students also participated in various sports activities like athletic events, Inter House Sports quiz and Chess Competition and a bio-sketch writing competition wherein they penned down the life history of Major Dhyaan Chand. Students participated in all these activities with a sense of national pride. The Principal D.P Guleria applauded the efforts of the students and opined that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body so we should all resolve to be fit.
BCM School, organized an Essay Writing Competition under the title CBSE Expression Series. This series is based on the life, vision and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi. Students of classes 6 to 8 exhibited their creative writing skills on the topics ‘Mahatma Gandhi inspires me to.’ & ‘This is how I practice swacchta in my daily life’. The activity aims to provide students an opportunity to express their ideas creatively on various topics. The best entries will be uploaded for the selection. Students showcased their opinions innovatively on the topics. Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria emphasized on the philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and motivated the students to follow the righteous path.
ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION - CBSE EXPRESSION SERIES II MIDDLE WING II
Sweeter than honey, tastier than curd, pleasanter indeed than any happiness and joy is the company, is the power of the name of Krishna.
The holy occasion of Janamashtami brings people together, hence signify unity and faith. BCM School Sec 32A celebrated this festival with aplomb. Students from classes Ist to 8th participated in plethora of activities with great devotion and enthusiasm. The day started with morning assembly in which Students of class VIII exemplified the value of friendship depicting the story of Lord Krishna and Sudama. Students sang melodious bhajans of Lord Krishna. They exhibited hues of Lord Krishna’s life in posters and greeting cards. They beautifully decorated flutes and narrated saar of Bhagwad Geeta. Moral story telling Competition was also conducted to inculcate good values amongst them. Their stories were conveyed the strong message “Victory of good over evil.” The event concluded with the message of the Principal, Mr. D.P. Guleria. He reminded the students about Lord Krishna’s devotion and obedience to his master. Further he motivated the students to imbibe their lives with the moral lessons from Lord Krishna’s life.
JANAMASHTAMI CELEBRATION II PRIMARY & MIDDLE WING II
BCMites believe to be part of the solution, not part of the pollution. The young learners exhibited this spirit of going against the plastic under British council activity ‘Debate’ on the topic ‘Plastic is boon or curse’. The students of class VIII manifested their arguments over both the blessings and curse of plastic to mankind. The speakers for the motion expressed that plastic is useful in all walks of life as good quality plastics are unbreakable and are used in manufacturing various articles. The speakers against the motion considered plastic as very harmful to our health and a ticking time bomb for the environment as it cannot be destroyed easily. The debate came alive as a volley of questions was answered. Each participant rose to the occasion to defend their argument. All the participants exhibited their analytical skill and concern for the issue of a clean environment which were highly appreciated by the teachers.
BRITISH COUNCIL ACTIVITY : 'DEBATE ON ISSUE OF PLASTIC' II MIDDLE WING II
On 23 August, BCM School, Chandigarh road, celebrated Janamashtami with great pomp and show. Students of class 9 and 10 staged a beautiful play enacting the different moments of Krishna's life, sang songs and danced to the tunes of dandiya. They also played a powerpoint presentation describing the origin and historical background of Janamashtami. Students expressed great zeal and enthusiasm while performing and it was a great delight for the viewers. They were appreciated and applauded for their efforts. Such occasions prove very instrumental in bringing the hidden talents of the children on the surface
JANAMASHTMI CELEBRATION ||SECONDARY WING ||
BCM school believes in maintaining the quality of its safety management system and for addressing the same purpose, a safety audit was conducted by the disaster management club of the middle wing whereby information was collected relating to the efficiency, effectiveness, and reliability of the school’s resources to make sure that every aspect of safety is maintained in the school campus. A well scrutinised procedure was followed to check the maintenance of the structural and non-structural safety measures in the school campus including classrooms, library, entrance/ exit points, washrooms and laboratories
SAFETY AUDIT BY DISASTER MANAGEMENT CLUB II MIDDLE WING II
The national fervor permeated in the environs of BCM School, Chandigarh Road on the 73st Independence Day of India on August 14, 2019. This national festival was celebrated with utmost joy, happiness, great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor. Independence Day Celebration commenced one week before with special morning assemblies conducted by students of IX and X. Students presented enactments, speeches, patriotic songs, choreography and mime enlightening the contribution of unsung heroes of the Indian freedom struggle. On August 14 various activities were conducted in different blocks. Students of KG wing came in Tri Colour attires. Students of Primary wing conducted a special morning assembly. Students spoke on the history and significance of the day. Teachers presented a melodious patriotic song. Students of VI to VIII participated in a Poster Making Activity exhibiting hues of independence through beautiful posters. Students of classes I to III participated in a Patriotic poetry recitation competition. Students of class IV enacted as Freedom Fighters. Beautiful Tri-Colour pigeons and flowers were also prepared by students of classes IV and V.
Independence Day Fervor in BCM School, Chandigarh Road
Rakhi Making Competition
“Rakhi is a holy thread signifying a bond of unconditional love between a brother and a sister.” On the pious occasion of Rakhi, different competitions were conducted. The students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm and showcased their talent in different hues with an essence of creativity.
Class (I – III ) Rakhi Making Competition
Class (IV – V ) Rakhi Greeting Making Competition
Rakhi Making Competition || PRIMARY WING ||
Petroleum Conservation Research Association, is committed to make oil conservation a National Movement. To raise awareness among youth about practical conservation and to ensure participation in “Saksham National Competition 2019”, Essay writing competition in all 3 languages for classes 7 and 8 and painting competition for classes 6, 7 and 8 were organized. Topic for the same was “Oil Conservation Towards Healthy and Better Environment”.
All the language teachers and art teacher guided the students in their best possible way. Best two entries in each language and painting will be uploaded on www.pcracompetitions.org.
ESSAY WRITING AND PAINTING COMPETITION II MIDDLE WING II
With a view to enlighten the minds of students and parents and to make them more aware with the prevalent career opportunities available for students Career Counselling Session was organised in BCM Senior Secondary School on 10th August,2019 in Primary Activity Hall. It was addressed by School Counsellors of Primary, Middle and Senior Wings. Principal Sir too shared his words of wisdom with the audience and presided over the session with many valuable tips that could help students in properly attempting the exams and described the main things the examiners look for in the answer sheets. The session proved to be a kind of eye opener both for the parents and students. Parents came up with suggestions for more such sessions to be organised in the school .Overall, it proved to be a very interactive session.
CAREER COUNSELLING SESSION FOR PARENTS OF CLASS X||SECONDARY WING||
“Success is no accident. It is hard word, perseverance, learning, studying,, sacrifice and most of all, love of what we are doing or learning to do!”
Following the above said words, a group of young learners emerged as winners in 11th AIMSTE, on the basis of their hard work and sincere efforts. They were honoured with Gold Medal, certificate, free entry coupon for 12th AIMSTE, practice booklet and prize books. School Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria congratulated the winners for their brilliant performance and motivated them to bag many more such prizes in future also.
WIINERS OF 11th AIMSTE by Centre for Excellence, New Delhi (2018-19)
‘All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.’
Thinking in the same direction, the students of different wings were provided a break from their monotonous day at school. Students availed the opportunity for a movie show in Mahatma Satyanand Ji Munjal Activity Hall and Mata Thakur Devi Auditorium.
Students of classes I to III were shown an award winning movie “ My home is green” which is dedicated to those children who lost their lives in the endosulfan mishap of Kasargod district, Kerala. Students were overjoyed while watching the movie. They learnt the values of hard work, discipline, helping and caring, empathy and being eco-friendly.
Students of classes IV and V watched the movie ‘The Lion King’. Students not only frolicked and laughed but also learned about right and wrong. The movie gave them a lesson to believe in themselves and to be always happy.
Students from VI to XII enjoyed the movie ‘Kesari’. The movie is about a historic event – Battle of Saragarhi. It is a rousing patriotic film which took students into the lives of the soldiers.
Overall the day turned out to be an enjoyable experience for the studetns
Movie Show for Students
Students of BCM School, Chandigarh Road prepared ‘Thank you’ cards and penned down their feelings of gratitude for soldiers for Independence Day in an activity titled ‘Ek Rishta School Se Sarhad Tak’. The activity is an initiative of the Department of Income Tax, to proffer much-needed encouragement to the soldiers manning the country’s lonely borders. As per a circular issued by Kamal Deep, Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax, Ludhiana, the initiative entails sending greeting cards, letters from school going students to the soldiers manning India’s loneliest yet the most volatile borders on Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan, Punjab, Gujarat and the North-East, to tell them that the nation stands with them. Students participated with full enthusiasm and gave their regards and best wishes through their artwork. Around 1000 greeting cards and 5000 letters of gratitude were prepared and sent to Income Tax Office. Principal D.P.Guleria applauded the efforts of the students and said that such activities nurture & strengthen the feeling of patriotism in students.
Ek Rishta, School Se Sarhad Tak
Our school participated in LSSC swimming championship which was held at Bal Bharti Public School Ludhiana today i.e 6/8/19in which
Kriti Arora of 9F secured 1gold medal&1 silver medal
Astha Sharma of 9E secured 2gold medal
Aakshi of 9F secured 1silver medal
Our relay team won gold medal (Participants were Kriti of class9F,Aastha of class 9E,Aakshi of class 9F,Siya of class 8E)
LSSC SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP
Ludhiana Sahodaya School Complex conducted a quiz contest at Jesus Sacred Heart School in which students of middle wing ( Krish Negi of Class VIII E, Mohit Verma of Class VII A & Raghav of Class VI E) bagged 2nd position
LSSC QUIZ CONTEST II MIDDLE WING II
Decorus – An Inter School Creative Arts Festival was conducted in DCM Presidency School in which Samayra of class VI-D out shone her competitors and won First Prize in Landscape Painting.
DECORUS ART FESTIVAL II MIDDLE WING II
Olympiads and different exams are organised to check the skill of students in particular area. All India Maths Science Exam was conducted in Session 2018-19 in which Mohit Verma of class VII A ranked 3rd in All India ranking and was awarded with a medal and cash prize of Rs.2000, Sohanpal of class VII A won Consolation Prize, Parshav Giya and Srishti Jaggi were awarded with medals for being class toppers.
RESULT OF AIMSTE II MIDDLE WING II
With the motive of sensitizing the young minds towards the National Cause of Conservation of Fuel and environment protection and to ensure maximum participation in the “Petroleum Conservation Research Association “ Saksham ’’National Competition 2019,the school organised an essay writing 2019 and painting competition on 30/07/2019.
The topic was “Oil Conservation towards healthy & better environment “ and the classes open for participation were 9th - 10th .Students submitted their essay in their own handwriting. Entries were evaluated and the best two in each language will be uploaded on www.pcracompetition.org.
ESSAY WRITING & PAINTING COMPETITION ||SECONDARY WING ||
Under the “Tu Mera Buddy” programme of the anti- drug campaign initiated by the state government, BCM School Sec. 32A conducted various sports activities in school playground. Students participated with great fervor and enthusiasm. They were sensitized about the ill effects of drug abuse and importance of games to improve the quality of life. Students participated enthusiastically in different sports activities
SPORTS ACTIVITIES UNDER BUDDY PROGRAMME II MIDDLE WINGII
To enrich the little BCMites with the invaluable asset of pleasing manners “Good Manners Week’’ was celebrated for all the classes in the KG section of BCM Chandigarh road. Children in this week learnt about helping others, obedience, sharing and caring, cleanliness of surroundings and importance of sorry, please and thank you. To make the learning of these invaluable values interesting, teachers narrated stories, showed different cartoon clippings and involved the kids in varied activites.
GOOD MANNERS WEEK || KG ||