Global Concern

15 Apr,2017

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2017

BCM SCHOOL, SEC 32 A, Ludhiana has been awarded the coveted ‘International School Award 2017’ by the 9th EDUConvEx, an internationally renowned Award Ceremony in Air Force Auditorium, New Delhi on 15 April which was attended by a galaxy of renowned educationists and intellectual luminaries from all over India. At this felicitation ceremony preceded by the National level Conference programme ‘Leveraging English Language To Enhance Subject Learning’, Ms. Shikha Uppal, Coordinator, Cambridge English Assessments, received the award on behalf of the school. Several leading institutions, ranging from schools to colleges were honored on the occasion. This award was conferred upon the school in recognition to the development and implementation of teaching –learning for future readiness by introducing Cambridge International English Language Assessments in school (Part of University of Cambridge, UK) and carving a niche for itself as an educational center empowering students with practical English Language skills, preparing them for fast pacing global world and making them future ready..

Yet another feather in the cap came at the same occasion when 12 students of the school were honored with awards and cash prizes students for their extraordinary performance inCambridge International English Language Assessments assessment series. Expressing her joy, G. Shreya, grade 4 student of the school said- ‘The felicitation ceremony was plethora of honour by international educationist Ms. Olga (CELTA Tutors Russia), ecstatic experience of ’Augmented & Virtual Reality Pavilion’ and thought provoking Spot Quiz on ‘Computational Thinking’ through echelon app.

Mr. John Kerr CEO, Qualifications and Assessments, UK, spoke with eloquence about the valuable contribution that schools are making to prepare future ready students for VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) future…

04 Mar,2017

BRITISH COUNCIL ||INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD ACCREDITATION||

BCMites are immensely delighted to announce that our esteemed institution has enrolled for holistic and promising British Council ISA Accreditation to nurture Global Citizenship in students and enrich value orientedexperiential teaching and learning. The school has been making sincere efforts for designing, developing, implementing and enhancing international dimension in the curriculum. BCMites are taught using a methodology that embeds global themes in the curriculum.It opens a window to other countries and cultures, giving teachers and pupils a new outlook to the world.

UPCOMING BRITISH COUNCIL ‘ISA’ PROJECTS

Project 1: MONUMENTS APRIL IV, V
Project 2: MOCK United Nations MAY IX, X, XI
Project 3: AGRICULTURE JULY-AUGUST VII, VIII
Project 4: CUISINES OCTOBER IX, XI
Project 5: ENDANGERED ANIMALS NOV, DEC  VI, VII, VIII
Project 6: CURRENCY DECEMBER I, II, III
Project 7: APPARELS JAN&FEB LKG, UKG

04 Mar,2017

STUDENTS EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (NASA)

Along with educators, we’re helping students experience the life-changing power of travel on educational trip to America - An opportunity for students to work together, gain, share knowledge and get trained in World’s best possible infrastructure and facilities under the supervision of eminent Scientists by discovering new places and cultures, students will learn more about the world - as well as themselves.

Orlando (KSC Space Camp)
 

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex brings to life the epic story of the U.S. space program, offering fun and educational activities, including The new $100 million home for Space Shuttle Atlantis, the Kennedy Space Center Tour featuring the Saturn V Center with an actual Saturn V moon rocket, the new Angry Birds™ Space Encounter, Shuttle Launch Experience, 3D IMAX® space films, Astronaut Encounter, Exploration Space: Explorers Wanted and many other interactive exhibits.

 

Huntsville (Space & Rocket Center)
 

Space Camp® inspires and motivates young people from around the world to join the ranks of space pioneers who persevere to push the boundaries of human exploration. Today, with attendees from more than 60 countries, the immersive program continues to challenge young people to dream of a future in space.

 

Houston (Johnson Space Camp)
 

For those with an interest in aeronautics and space, Space Center Houston is full of interactive exhibits, presentations and attractions that will help you understand the past, present and future of the universe. Additionally, because Space Center Houston is the official visitor’s center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center, there are many one-of-a-kind experiences to be had, like watching astronauts train for missions, touching a real moon rock brought back by Apollo 17 or touring NASA’s control center.

 

21 Jul,2016

VISIT TO THAMES VALLEY AT EPSOM COLLEGE,UK

BCM Senior Secondary School, Sector 32-A is committed to providing every available facility, opportunity as well as national and international exposure to its students. As a part and means of education, the school was invited to send its students for a fortnightly Summer School Programme from 5 July to 19 July organized by Thames Valley Summer School at Epsom College, UK.

Ajay Behal of X-I, Aryan Chadha of VIII-K, Rashmi Saini of X-A and Jaskaran Singh of VI-J took part in this programme as exclusive invitees and had a chance to get in touch with students from  many other countries like Germany, Spain, France, Italy. Apart from receiving this global exposure they participated in several educational activities and tests where they showcased their brain & brawn. Accompanied by the teacher escort, Mrs. Savita Chadhha, the students also had guided tours to museums, Cambridge University, Brighton & Central London.

On returning, the students shared their experience with their teachers and school mates. Their radiant faces & beaming voices were self evident of how much they had enjoyed varied activities like swimming, football, art & craft, talent hunt, crazy games, disco-nights, Olympics etc. Rashmi Saini of X-A thanked the school for selecting her for this programme. She also thanked her parents for supporting and sponsoring the tour for her. She said it was a wonderful experience, memories of which shall always be printed on students’ hearts & minds. The school Principal Sh. D.P.Guleria stated that once considered extravagance such tours are now an integral part of education and the school will keep venturing for providing such opportunities to its students in years yet to come.

Global Activities during the tour :

Cambridge Excursion :

- To encourage students to explore engage with Cambridge and its colleges.

 - To notice and use vocabulary and ideas from the pre-excursion lesson.

 - Collect information and images to use for their post excursion lesson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

British Museum, Museum of London :

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- To encourage students to explore and engage with museum.

- To notice and use vocabulary from pre-excursion lesson.

- To form and express opinions about the trip and take photos of interesting features for discussion.

 

Brighton including Sea Life Centre

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National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery :

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 - To encourage students to explore engage with museum.

 - To notice and use vocabulary and ideas from the pre-excursion lesson.

 - Collect information and images to use for their post excursion lesson.

 

22 Apr,2017

CELEBRATE EVERYDAY AS THE EARTH DAY...

BCM School, Sec 32-A, Ludhiana joined hands with EARTH DAY NETWORK, an International Environmental Organization and  created awareness among students to take care of their Mother Earth by organising plethora of activities - PPT Show, Group Song, Thematic Dance, Choreograph, Speech, Model Illustration, Pledge...in a special school morning assembly…

Small Hands can change the World !!!