Our learners participated in Bombay City District Amature Athletics Association (BCDAAA) at University Sports Pavilion Marine Lines have made us proud! Aaira Alok Agarwal of Grade 8 Uno stood first in under 14 girls category, in Traithlon (100 mts, Long Jump & Shot Put) and has qualified for State Level Athletics Championship. Sakina Lokhandwala and […]..read more »parel
Riyaan Kolahi of Grade 3 Ekam participated in a logical reasoning exam conducted by Logiquids and stood 2nd in Stage 1 (360 + schools and 14220 students) and 9th in stage 2 (280+schools and 3630 students)...read more »parel
Zaina Mody of Grade 4 Otu, trained at Ms. Petrina Lows Rhythmic Academy in Malaysia, represented India in the International Rhythmic Gymnastics competition in July. She competed with Russia and China in the International League for Under 9 girls. She won a silver medal in Rope and Bronze medals in Hoop, Ball and Freehand...read more »parel
What makes one message more convincing than another? In a noisy world, knowing the answer to this question is crucial. Hence, the IBDP-1 learners are mastering this art by attending a course on ‘Persuasive Communication’. The learners will be attending these sessions for around 3 months to sharpen their presentation and communication skills...read more »parel
The Quality Circle Time (QCT) sessions, which we have begun this year, are a value adds to the relationship that our learners share with their HRTs and peers. Morning QCT sessions are an important time of the day because how we spend the morning can often tell us what kind of day we are going […]..read more »parel
Grade 3 learners explored nature with their trip to Ratanshi Agro Hortitech in connection to the ongoing theme ‘Life Around Us’ in Science The learners gained more insight into different kinds of indoor and outdoor plants. The gardener at the nursery briefed them about how to care for plants and keep them healthy. They also […]..read more »parel
This week in school, the Primary and Secondary learners have been buzzing with the excitement for the Learner Council elections. The corridors have seen some vibrant posters of the candidates and serious campaigning by our learners. Each nominated candidate from each of our prestigious houses (Valliant Vikings, Super Samurai Gallant Gladiators and Terrific Titians) addressed […]..read more »parel
We held the very first Coffee Morning with G11 parents and this meeting marked an important day in the academic lives of our DP learners as they made their final decisions on their subject combinations. The future DP candidates were wisely advised by their parents and subject teachers. Parents were also urged to support their […]..read more »parel
The first day of school for the Primary learners was a ‘Fun Day’, where the teachers spent time with the learners playing team bonding games, discussing classroom routines and making essential agreements together. The children learnt new and creative ways to make bookmarks! Learners began to build relationships with each other and develop their social […]..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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