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Striving for Excellence
Basant Utsav is organized in the premises of BBPS, Phase III, Dugri on the eve of Basant Panchmi to celebrate the onset of spring with gaiety and merriment. Parents and the local residents attend the function to encourage the children. Numerous stalls of eatables and games are set up along with various contests like Fresh Flower Arrangement, Kite Flying, Instant Nutritious Recipe, Healthy Baby Contest, Singing Competition, Rangoli Competition, Dance Competition etc.


Annual Functions
In order to apprise the students with the composite Indian culture and its heritage, BBPS celebrated its Annual Days which are theme based and are taken from annals of history. First Annual DayVignettes of India’ which focused on the vast cultural heritage of different states. The chief guest of the day was Dr.M.S.Kang, Vice-Chancellor PAU and Mr.S.C. Baveja, Joint Secretary of the Child Education Society was the guest of honour.

BBPS crossed another milestone-it was the second Annual Day. The theme of the programme was the first voyage of 'Vasco-Da-Gama,The Navigator', from Portugal to Calicut. Dr.Abraham G.Thomas, Director, Christian Medical College was the chief guest and Mr.L.V.Sehgal, Joint Secretary Child Education Society, New Delhi was the guest of honour.

BBPS,Ldh celebrated its third Annual Day ‘Myriad Hues’(Splash of Colours)presenting various forms of dance and action dramas. Mr. A.R.Talwar, Principal Secretary Home Affairs and Justice to Government of Punjab was the honorable chief guest.

The school celebrated its fourth Annual Day ‘Mughal Era’ in a spectacular manner giving a critical appraisal of Mughal Dynasty highlighting important historical facts in an unbiased and fair manner. The Chief Guest of the day was Mr.S.K. Sandhu (I.A.S.), Secretary, Public Works (B &R) Govt. of Punjab, Chandigarh.






International School Award
The school has bagged International School Award (by British Council) for 2016-19 for various wonderful activities organized by school with an aim to develop the feeling of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam’ i.e. consider the whole world as family. The activities like ‘New Life, New Friend, New Country’ and ‘Traveling Through Legends / Stories’ give the students a chance to learn about the society, culture, tradition and problems faced by humanity across the globe.

In the activities like ‘Fantastic Family’ and ‘Helping Others Is Like Helping Ourselves’ they have interacted with the students of ‘The Langley Manor School’ of U.K. and ‘Foot Steps Play Way’ school of Auckland, Newzealand understood that the life and its challenges are similar everywhere and thus to love becomes much easier than to hate. Annual Cultural Programmes are theme based with an aim to instill value based thought process among its students.


Summer Camps
Summer Camps provide the chance to develop character, learn valuable life skills, make new friends, and discover new interests. Every year 15-days 'Summer Camp' is held during the month of June and the focus is to learn and explore in the field of various classical & western dances, vocal & instrumental music, swimming, lawn-tennis, badminton, karate, gymnastics and cooking.




Celebration of National Days
"Historians, writers, politicians and other eminent personalities across the globe have greatly appreciated India and its contribution to rest of the world" - Albert Einstein.
Though these remarks are only a partial reflection of the greatness of India, they certainly make us feel proud of our motherland.  Fragrance of patriotic fervour and national integration enthralled and inspired the Bal Bharatians during the celebrations of the national days in the school premises.


Religious Festivals at BBPS
"A friendly study of the world's religions is a duty of all"- Mahatma Gandhi.
The school believes in celebrating all religious festivals with full devotion, reverence and enthusiasm as it is a way to pass on traditions and culture to next generation so that young ones can be attached to their roots. Such celebrations help to increase interaction among students and inculcate right moral values among them.



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