Our learners recently participated in the eighth session of Harvard Model United Nations India, held in Hyderabad. Since its inception, HMUN India has sought to empower and educate young minds from across South Asia and around the world. The conference brings together passionate high school delegates to discuss problems of international importance and, more importantly, […]..read more »oshiwara
The learners of Grade 5 were divided into two teams for Math-o-Mania, the Red team and the Yellow team. Each group was provided a score sheet. A board was displayed in class which had numbers from 1 to 49. The Red team chose a number from the board and striked it off. The Yellow team […]..read more »oshiwara
In the hands of children, LEGO bricks are tangible, colorful tools that encourage creative play and foster collaboration. By constructing their own imaginative ideas with other students, kids build their communication, negotiation, and self-expression skills while practicing basic sorting and counting concepts. And when you combine Lego and Robotics, the excitement in the homeroom is […]..read more »oshiwara
The outside world shapes children’s development through their experiences using the five senses—hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch. Drawing a child’s attention to the five senses and discussing it increases their understanding of the world around us. As our theme for this quarter we had a very interactive and hands-on learning session in our homerooms. […]..read more »oshiwara
Newspaper is a fun medium for exploration in preschools. It can be used in a number of ways starting from Art to English. Our learners were very excited when we used newspaper headlines as a recap activity during our English session. The letters visiting us this fortnight were “Aa” and “Tt”. Learners had a lot […]..read more »oshiwara
Math and Number awareness involves a variety of skills. Our Jr. Kg learners were introduced to numbers 4 ,7,3 & 5 with rhymes and hands on activities. They even wrote the numbers on their slates, in the air and in their books .They were able to recap the numbers learnt with their number value using […]..read more »oshiwara
School assemblies form an essential part of learning at JBCN Oshiwara. And as educators, these moments are special to us, as we create a platform that powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence and then step back to allow our young leaders to take charge and lead. Our Grade 9 Ekam learners recently conducted an […]..read more »oshiwara
Whether it is a school election speech or a student council pitch for college or university, you get one chance to create and more importantly, to leave a lasting impression. Our learners sure seem to understand this, and it has definitely been a moment of pride for us as educators, to step back and observe […]..read more »oshiwara
Our Jr. Kg learners visited 1441 Pizzeria to further enhance their knowledge of Natural to Processed as a part of their thematic learning concept .This field trip was planned to give them a hands-on experience of how their ..read more »
JBCN International School, Parel is ranked 7th in India and 4th in Maharashtra & Mumbai in the International Schools category by EducationToday.co
We are thrilled to announce that JBCN International School Borivali has been listed as one of the 'Future 50 Schools Shaping Success'.Read More
JBCN International School, Parel is awarded the Best International School in South Mumbai on Tuesday, 9th May 2017 by Mid-day Excellence in Education Award.Read More
JBCN International School Borivali is extremely proud to announce that we have bagged the Global Sustainable school award 2017Read More
EducationWorld India Preschool Rankings 2016 Children's Nook is ranked No. 9th in the category of proprietary preschools in Mumbai.
Mrs Pinky Dalal, received a Pride of India Award - Women for 2016 from WCRC for her contribution to the Education Sector.
The Education World Award collected by our CFO Mr. Sharan Kuruwa is the – Grand Jury Awards 2016 – New Technologies Usage, 3rd Place.
Selected as one of the top 21 schools in the 21st century in Education World Books.
“It’s not what happens to you, but how you react that matters.” -Epictetus Tantrums, or uncontrolled outbursts of anger or frustration may come in different shapes and sizes. Quite ninja-like in their timing, appearance and effect, tantrums usually catch us off guard. Unlike milestones in development, a tant...Read More
Robert Swan says, “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” The attitude of caring for the environment and being aware of our actions towards mother nature doesn’t develop overnight. This requires adults to create an awareness in children right from the early years. Th...Read More
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