THIS WEEK

NameClassDate
JANVI SEHGAL6th-B19-Jan
SAHIL DHIMAN3rd-A19-Jan
VAIBHAV CHAUDHARY6th-B19-Jan
AKSHETA PANDAY7th-B20-Jan
HARDIK2nd-B20-Jan
HONAR SAINI2nd-A20-Jan
MANISH RAWAT10th-A20-Jan
MOHIT CHAND7th-C20-Jan
TANISHKA4th-B20-Jan
DISHIKA4th-D21-Jan
GARIMA PATWAL7th-B21-Jan
MAYANK2nd-A21-Jan
MOHD. ZARYAABNursery-A21-Jan
SAMEER1st-B21-Jan
DIGVIJAY10th-A22-Jan
KASHISH8th-B22-Jan
AMAN BABAL9th-A23-Jan
HARSHIT6th-A23-Jan
MANNAT RAJTA7th-C23-Jan
SATYAM RAJ3rd-B23-Jan
YACHANA RAJTA4th-D23-Jan
LOVISH4th-B24-Jan
PRIYANSHI THAKUR1st-B24-Jan
SALONI4th-A24-Jan
DEVANSH SINGHAL6th-B25-Jan
KANISHK SRIVASTAVA1st-B25-Jan
RATUL YADAV2nd-A25-Jan
VAIBHAV8th-B25-Jan
ANSHIKA3rd-C26-Jan

SCHOOL EVENTS

Hindi Diwas

14 Sep, 2018

Blue Bird High School, Sector-16, Panchkula observed Hindi Diwas with great fanaticism and enthusiasm. Students decorated boards and had program with inspirational speeches in Hindi. The first day of the week began with speech on importance of Hindi in today’s era. Throughout the week on each day one or the other activity in Hindi in the form of poem recitation , proverbs and shlokas by the students on how to make Hindi a progressive language was conducted . The conclusion of Hindi Phagwara was consummated by special assembly in which the students recited poems, dohas inspirational Idioms.


National Children Science Congress 2018

13 Sep, 2018

One Day Seminar on National Children Science Congress 2018 was held at Blue Bird High School on 13th September, 2018. The resource person of this seminar was Dr. Rajiv Kochar and Ms. Nirmal Sharma. 75 teachers from various schools attended the seminar.


Janmashtami Festival

01 Sep, 2018

Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal by the students at Blue Bird High School. A special assembly was conducted to mark the birth of the deity. Students of the Pre-Primary wing presented various lifetime Jhankis of lord Krishna , depicting the birth place of Lord Krishna , kalia naag, rass lila, makkhan chori, goverdhan perbat and Krishna Jhoola. All the tiny tots were dressed up as gopies , brigvasies , Radha and Krishna, wearing wonderful smiles on their faces. They wore peacock feathers as head gears and decorated matkis and flutes. Celebration conveyed the massage that good always wins over the bad. Parents also visited the school and enjoyed the birth day of little Krishna.