Toy Collection Drive

Happiest are those who do the most for others-Booker T. Washington
In keeping with the motto “Be good, do good and stay blessed” the Interact Club members of the school initiated a drive to spread smiles to the faces of the less privileged children. The student interactors organized a toy collection week from 13th July 2016 to 20th July 2016 in collaboration with a non-profit organization - The Toy Bank which collects toys, restores them and then distributes them to children who need them with a mission to “recycle toys- recycle smiles”.
During this drive the Interact Club team of the primary school conducted a special assembly in the shool to encourage children to become a part of this noble cause. They also designed placards with an aim to motivate the children to donate toys wholeheartedly.
Through this drive the team managed to collect more than 300 toys. These toys were segregated into the board games, toy cars, soft toys and other toys. With great zeal these were properly packed in jute and cloth bags by the students.

A Report on Blood Donation Drive

A blood donation camp was organized on 6th August 2016 by The Interact Club under the aegis of Rotary Noida Blood Bank. The camp was organized within the school premises on the day of parent-teacher meeting and 9 units of blood was collected. The event was carried out under the supervision of a doctor, a nurse and four technicians who assisted the donors through the process. The student interactors distributed the pamphlets and encouraged the parents to donate blood. It was a good learning experience for the interactors as the camp provided an effective platform to them in promoting a life saving cause.

Visit To Sorkha Village

A group of 26 students (18 from Primary and all the 08 office bearers of the Interact Club from the Senior Section) visited the Govt Primary School in Sorkha Village, Sector 76, Noida on 07 Sep 2015 with Mrs P Tiwari, PRT.

Students welcomed the interactors whole heartedly.  The objective of the visit was to apprise the children about schooling and also generate empathy and fellow feeling amongst the student fraternity.  Eatables and stationery items were distributed to the children.  A workshop was held for the students of Sorkha School, highlighting the importance of health, sanitation and the  ‘Swacch Bharat Abhiyan’. Through this session, Primary students of BBPS also got an opportunity to mingle with students of their age.  It was a learning experience for the children of the Primary section who have never been exposed to such an environment earlier. All the little ones interacted whole heartedly with these children and also played with them.  It was a good exposure and children looked forward for another such interaction in the near future.

Asian Heritage Foundation – Sasian Journey

In the pursuit of making the young generation aware about the art, culture  and heritage of  India,  I, Samiddha Jana, escorted by Mrs. Rumpa Bhattacharya, had the proud privilege of representing BalBharati Public School, Noida at the Asian Heritage Foundation (AHF) on 2 September '15. The event was attended by a number of  students of reputed schools of Delhi-NCR in collaboration with National Schools Progressive Conference. The event began with the hoisting of a hand-woven Indian National Flag made during the 1930s, donated by Mrs. Chatterjee to the AHF. This moment is to be cherished lifelong !   The children associated with the Sasian Journey were proclaimed as the torch bearers of cultural preservation. The gathering was presided over by Mr. Rajeev Sethi, Founder and Chairman, AHF, accompanied by the Chief Guest, Mr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of Tourism.  Eminent personalities in the fields of art and culture like Sonal Mansingh, RituBeri, and Cultural Attache of the French Embassy.  The ‘heritage song’ sung by the weavers was the main attraction of the day. 

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