A weeklong celebration of GANIT (Growing aptitude in numerical innovations and training) week culminated in BCM School, Chandigarh Road on December 21, 2021. A series of hands on activities was organized for the students of classes I to VIII during this week. The concluding day began with a heartfelt tribute to the great Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Students were informed about the life history of Dr. Ramanujan through a Speech and PPT. An interactive session on Vedic Math was organized for the students of class VI to VIII. Students participated in a plethora of activities like Multiplication Flower, Fun with Calendar and Clock on paper plate, Drawing of angles using matchsticks, Rubric Cube etc. Students of class IV penned down life history of Dr. Ramanujan also. An Inter House Math Quiz was also conducted in which Beas House emerged as a winner. The whole event was highly productive and helped students develop interest, analytical abilities, concentration & co-ordination in challenging situations.
GANIT WEEK CELEBRATION
Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that affects all countries. It is a serious crime that can undermine social and economic development in all societies. December 9 is designated as International Anti-Corruption Day by United Nations. To raise awareness about this evil among the students, a “Comic Strip Making Competition” on the theme “Your Right –Your Role: Say no to Corruption”- and a “Hasya Kavita Gayan activity on the theme “Bhrashtachaar ka Badhta Prakop” was organized in classes V and IV respectively. Students of class V depicted prevailing issue of corruption in every walk of society through their humorous but thought provoking Comic Strips. Geet Kaur of V G and Niyati of V D bagged 1st position. Kanwalnoor of V G and Shivam of V F stood 2nd and Kanika of V A stood 3rd. Students of class IV recited entertaining poems raising issue of corruption.
As a part of Swadesh Manthan Project started by our school, an Inter Class Display Board decoration competition was organised in the Primary Wing. All the sections decorated their boards as per the state allotted to them. The class display boards were adorned with the vibrant hues of different states of our country. Through this activity students learnt about the culture, food, geographic and climatic conditions of different states.
INTER CLASS DISPLAY BOARD COMPETITION
As per "Ek Bharat, Shreshth Bharat" an initiative taken by CBSE, every State and UT in the country has been paired with another State and UT. Punjab is paired with Andhra Pradesh. To make students aware about the official language of Andhra Pradesh, Social Studies teachers helped the students to learn alphabets of Telugu language. Later on they were made to speak and learn those alphabets in the language of paired state.
Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat Activity
Ministry of Defence in collaboration with CBSE initiated Veer Gatha Project in order to disseminate the details of acts of bravery and the life stories of these brave hearts among the students. Students made posters of brave soldiers of Indian Armed Forces. The best Poster made by Manmeet kaur of VIII C was uploaded on mygov.in portal for the main round.
VEER GATHA PROJECT
As a part of Book Week Activities, Semi-final round of an Inter House Story Telling competition was conducted. Semi Final round was organized by the House mentors and one best student was selected for the final round which was conducted on Nov 24, 2021. Students participated with full zeal and fervor. Best story narrators were declared as the winners . Beas house emerged as overall winner house.
Inter House Story Telling Competition
Jesus Sacred Heart Convent School organised GS Memorial annual Kids festival. Students of middle wing participated in various events and brought laurels also. Gitanshi Grover and Manya Kwatra participated in Barrel of Laugh. They bagged 2nd runnerup. Vanshika, Jassmeet, Labdhi, Harseerat, Nandini and Sneha of VII B participated in Role Play on Healing Earth. They also bagged 2nd runner up. Overall, our school bagged first runner up position.
GS MEMORIAL 2021
BCM School is always ready to make the society aware about their rights and duties. Elections are around the corner. Keeping this in mind, an awareness rally was conducted by the students of class VIII in Sec 32 A. students actively participated in the rally by raising slogans on the rights and importance of casting individuals vote for selecting their representatives
AWARENESS RALLY II MIDDLE WING II
Students from classes I-IX participated in G.S. Memorial 2021-An Inter School Kids Festival, an annual extravaganza, conducted online by Jesus Sacred Heart School, South City on Nov 20th – Nov 23rd, 2021. BCMites managed to bring laurels to school by winning different positions in various events.
BCmites Rocked in G.S. Memorial Inter School Kid Festival
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India organised Eat right creativity challenge in December 2020. Mokshita Of class VII-I participated in poster making competition. She received her certificate of appreciation and a gift for her creative presentation.
EAT RIGHT CREATIVITY CHALLENGE
Books are the gateway between the past and present or future. To celebrate the joy of reading books, a plethora of activities were organized for BCMites during a week-long celebration commencing from November 20 to November 24,2021 for students of classes I to V. Students had a joy of reading books of their interest available in their homes or in the school during zero period in- “DEAR” activity. They also prepared Bookmarks and Book Covers during zero period. On the concluding day, students were asked to pen down book review of any book of their interest. Students participated enthusiastically in all the reading week activities and they were motivated to make reading a habitual routine of their life.
To celebrate the birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji a ‘Shabad Gayan Competition’ and Sakhi Narration Comp. was conducted for classes IV and V. Teachers also shared teachings of Shri Guru Nanak Devji in their respective classes. For ‘Shabad Gyan and Sakhi Narration Competition’ a semi final round was conducted by the class incharges. One student from each section of IV and V was selected for the final round. Students participated in both the activities enthusiastically.
Celebration of Guru Nanak Jayanti
The Wild Wisdom Global Challenge is an attempt to provide a unique opportunity for students to delve deeper into amazing wildlife, gain knowledge and take pride in its natural diversity. Team of two students comprising Rupashi of VII E and Mohit of IX D participated in it. Our school ranked 4th in the Quiz. They have cleared the National Level Round and now eligible for International Level round which will held on December 2, 2021
WILD WISDOM QUIZ
BCM School Chandigarh Road Ludhiana organised Shabad Gyan competition on the occasion of 552nd Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Total 26 students from classes VI to VIII were selected for the final round which was conducted in the school activity hall. The competition started after acquainting the audience with the life of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. All participants rendered shabads based on ragas as set in Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Peace, devotion and serenity filled the environment during the Shabad- Gayan. Result for the same is as follows:
Class VI :
Balkirat Singh First
Nishant & Bhakti Second
Jasmine kaur Third
Class VII :
Parneet Singh First
Jasdeep kaur First
SHABAD GAYAN COMPETITION II MIDDLE WING II
As part of the celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM), CBSE announces the second Expression Series for the session 2021-22. Students made posters on the theme ‘People who gave us the 75th year of India’s Independence’. Later on entry of Udhriti Kundu of Class VII-J was selected and sent to CBSE for the next round of Competition. She also got the participation certificate for the same.
CBSE EXPESSION SERIES
The National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), Ministry of Jal Shakti organised ‘Ganga Utsav’ with an aim to establish a strong public–river connect specially with Ganga and its ecology. Keeping this in mind, A slogan writing Activity was conducted. Students wrote slogans to sensitize the need of clean rivers. A report for the same was sent to CBSE.
SLOGAN WRITING ON CLEAN GANGA
It’s festival of lights today.
It’s again the day of Diwali
It’s time to dress up folks
It’s time to adorn the thali
To create the festive ambience in school premises, a plethora of activities was organized for the students of classes I to V. The activities were organized as under.
Class I – II : - Recitation of Chopayeeans from Ramanya
Class III: - Toran Making
Class IV – V Rangoli Making of A4 size sheets
Children participated in all the activities enthusiastically. Vibrant colours of Rangoli emerged as expression of joy and happiness. Students also took the pledge to celebrate Diwali with candles, sweets and non-polluting green crackers.
Vigilance Awareness Week is celebrated every year to encourage the fight against corruption. As per the guidelines of CBSE, A pledge was administered and students were also made aware about the ill effects of corruption in our society in the morning assembly so that ethical values are ingrained permanently in the minds of the younger generation.
VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK
On the occassion of Rashtriya Ekta Divas (31st October, 2015), Hon’ble Prime Minister of India presented the idea of a sustained and structured cultural connect between people of different regions. Towards achieving this, every State and UT in the country has been paired with another State and UT. Punjab is paired with Andhra Pradesh and As per CBSE circular no. 83, Weave a Way activity was conducted in class VI. Social Studies teachers help the students to learn Telugu language. Students wrote basic sentences in Punjabi and telugu. Later on they were made to speak and learn those sentences in the language of paired state.
Weave a way (Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat) II MIDDLE WING II
As a part of Swadesh Manthan Project started by our school, A display board decoration was organised in the middle wing. All the sections decorated their boards as per the state allotted. The classes whose boards stood out from the rest and made best boards are Vi G, VII F, VII I and VIII F.
SWADESH MANTHAN DISPLAY BOARD DECORATION II MIDDLE WING II
World Food Day is celebrated every year in order to raise awareness about hunger, malnutrition, sustainability and food production. Students of middle wing presented one act play on the topic malnutrition and caring for the needy. They also participated in speech competition in which they talked about ill effects of junk food.
WORLD FOOD DAY II MIDDLE WING II
Dreams transform into thoughts and Thoughts result into action.
These golden words of Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam have inspired thousands of youngsters in our nation. The students of BCM School Chandigarh Road are not an exception. The enthusiasm of the students of middle wing was revealed in their celebration of Dr. Kalam’s birthday. They wrote his biography describing not only his life history but also his achievements and ideals in the betterment of Nation. They also recited famous poem written by him.
CELEBRATION OF BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. APJ ABDUL KALAM
It was an endeavour to acknowledge and award students for their continuing saga of glorious achievements in the School Examinations for the academic year session 2019-20. It was the time to applaud and reward the students for their sincere efforts. The school felicitated all its achievers for having attained a sterling record in scholastic domain. The ceremony was conducted during Live Morning Assembly. All the students and teachers present in school, students and parents at home joined this Live Assembly to appreciate these achievers.
The trophies wer conferred upon the well deserving students.
Felicitation of Meritorious Students of classes I to VIII
HUBS OF LEARNING (DIGITAL ADVERTISEMENT)
Sukhmani Guleria of X-C bagged third position in an inter- school Digital Advertisement Competition organized by Hubs of Learning.
HUBS OF LEARNING DIGITAL ADVERTISEMENT
BVM School, Sec 39 organised Hub of Learning Declamation Competition in English and Hindi. Students shared their views on the topic 'Why do students prefer to go to abroad for higher education?' Kamakshi Sharma of class IX bagged 1st position in Hindi declamation under category A. Pulkita of class IX bagged 3rd position in English declamation under category A.
Srishti Jaggi of class XI COMM A bagged 2nd position in hindi declamation under category B and Purvi jain of class XI Arts A bagged 3rd position in English declamation under category B.
HUBS OF LEARNING -DECLAMATION CONTEST
CELEBRATION OF TEACHER'S DAY(MIDDLE WING)
To encourage good will and to discourage bad will Krishna Janmashtami also celebrates togetherness.
On 30th August 2021 online choreography on Lord Krishna was organised by the students of senior wing of BCM School in which students sent videos of dancing on the bhajans of Lord Krishna, singing bhajans, performing a play with the family members .Students shared pics of scene created at their home of Krishna Leela. They also shared pics of their decorated Mandirs.
HAPPY JANAMASHTMI(Class presentation by IX-F)
HUB OF LEARNING POEM COMPETITION.
NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
Through participation in sports and games a child gains various skills, experience and confidence which are required for his all-round development. An online Sports Day was celebrated by BCMites of Senior wing .In which students delivered speech on different topics like Importance of sports in one's life .Students shared information on different competitions held by CBSE on district ,state and national level ,Contribution of BCM in the fields of sports and in Olympics 2020. All these activities were compiled in one video which was shared with the students of senior wing.
NATIONAL SPORTS DAY(Class presentation by IX-C)
India’s festivals reflect the country’s rich cultural abundance. Breaking the humdrum of daily routine, these festivals bring with them a wave of excitement, happiness and hope even in the most difficult times. On the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan, few activities were conducted virtually to make students understand the true essence of this festival and the sacred relation of a brother and a sister. Students of grade V recited heart touching poems during online class whereas grade IV prepared appealing e- collages of the precious moments with their siblings . Not only this, tiny tots of grade I-III also prepared beautiful greeting cards and rakhi’s for their siblings. Children participated in all activities enthusiastically.
CELEBRATION OF RAKSHA BANDHAN