Just as the Indian railways are insatiably busy and incredibly complex, so is the ‘dabba’ delivery system, ferrying out an estimated 80 million lunches a year. And no better example of this intricate system shines through than in Mumbai. The delivery system uses ‘dabbawalas’ – the people who deliver the pail – which literally translates […]..read more »oshiwara
The play script saga continues as the learners write their own play script based on a poem – It’s only a storm. Exciting and innovative detail added in every script that was worked upon by the groups. They later enacted wherein peer feedback was exchanged and learners drafted their final script with some amazing add-ons […]..read more »oshiwara
In most cases, the words in sentences need a little help in order to make the intended meaning crystal clear. Verbs are no exceptions. Luckily, there are helping verbs to stand up and do just that. Our learners were learning about helping verbs and therefore they were divided into pairs wherein, one partner had to […]..read more »oshiwara
To recapitulate the concept of block graph, learners were asked to choose their favourite shapes and place them on the block graph drawn on the floor. Learners after giving their votes for favourite shapes, analyzed the data, discussed and answered the questions posed to them. Learners also conducted a survey on favourite colour within their […]..read more »oshiwara
The learners were introduced to a new manipulative in school this month, called the Book of Fun thinkers. This book has number grids placed on the left hand side and the right side has to be matched with the number. A recap of Math and English concepts through this fun thinkers book has been a […]..read more »oshiwara
As said by Author Robert Swan, “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” We look forward to our generation of problem solvers to take a step towards solving local and global issues. Our theme for this year is ‘Sustainability’ . Our learners took over the 5th, 6th […]..read more »oshiwara
For our ongoing topic on India and Our World, the Jr. Kg. learners had a Regional day celebration. The Homeroom teachers were dressed up as people of the north and of the west. We celebrated the festivals of Baisakhi and Navratri respectively. The classroom was divided in to Northern Region and Western Region. We had […]..read more »oshiwara
“While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about” – Angela Schwindt Children’s day is extra special and therefore we had many surprises planned for our learners … And what a wonderful celebration it was! … While there were magic and lots of laughter for […]..read more »oshiwara
Storytelling workshop by Lavanya Karthik Author visits create a lasting impression on students. They build relationships between kids and the written word, inspire them to pursue creative endeavors, and connect lessons learned in the homeroom with the wider world. Our learners primary and secondary learners got a hand-on experience to draft their simple comic strip. […]..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.
We all are aware of the famous proverb- “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Some writers have added a second part to the proverb, as in Harry and Lucy Concluded (1825) by the Irish novelist Maria Edge worth which says: “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, All play and no work makes Jack a ...Read More
School life has opened up a plethora of activities and umpteen challenges for the modern-day learners. Gone are the days when imparting of lessons would be conventional and compressed into the rigorous straightjacket modules. It has been observed and researched that learners, nowadays, are burdened with trem...Read More
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