Date : 04.04.2016
The Orientation Day for parents of students of Class VI, Session 2016-17 was held in School Auditorium on 04th April 2016. This was aimed at acquainting the parents with the new teachers, curriculum, extra- curricular activities and Evaluation Methodology in Class VI. The parents were welcomed on behalf of Principal, BBPS-NOIDA by Mrs. Amita Ganjoo, HM (Sr.) A detailed PPT Presentation on CCE was presented by HM (Sr.).
The school Counsellor Ms. A Gaur advised parents to help their children to develop healthy toilet habits at an early age. She also spoke about the importance of sensitizing children about the good touch and the bad touch to prevent child abuse at any point of time.
On 6 February ’2016 the students of class 11 of Bal Bharati Public School, Noida organised a grandiose farewell party for class 12 students. All the dapper boys and enchanting girls of class 12 were welcomed in the auditorium. The event began with an amazing ‘a capella’ of songs performed by class 11 girls amongst a huge round of thundering claps. This was followed by a funny sessions where the emcees made everyone roll in laughter. The video presentation took the seniors down the memory lane and they were left with tears in their eyes. The various titles that were awarded to the children gave them an individual recognition which they would cherish throughout. The main attraction was the dance presented by the class 11 students. Alokita Tangri of class 12-D and Ashish Pathak of class 12-B were given the Most-well-dressed title. The audience broke into applause when Suhana Ali of
Bal Bharti Public School Noida celebrated its 67th Republic Day with utmost zeal and fervour on 26th January 2016.The day began with the students of Satya House welcoming the school with the special assembly. Students from the primary section of the school presented a Nukkad Natak highlighting the topic “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao “which showcased the plight of the Indian women and acted as a source of light in the midst of the darkness of gender inequality in India. The street play captivated one and all. It was followed by the school choir which presented a medley of patriotic song and ignited a proud feeling in the hearts of the students and the staff alike. The
The precincts of Bal Bharati Public School, Noida came alive with carols and the jingling of bells as the students and staff members celebrated Christmas and New Year on 23rd December 2015. A special assembly under the tutelage of Shanti House was conducted to mark the occasion. The programme began with the singing of Christmas carols by the choir group which brought forth the true spirit of Christmas. The whole school echoed with the holy hymns sung by the students. The tiny tots attired as Santa Claus made their jubilant entry, jingling along and throwing the young ones gathered into a mood of mirth and joy. The significance of the festival was highlighted by the students who spoke about the symbols associated with Christmas like Santa, Holly, Mistletoe and Reindeer.