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Not for us the generic Children’s Day celebrations. At B.D. Somani International School, Primary, Children’s Day is a day of fun and games and many exciting activities with teachers ideating, planning and organising the day. It is a day of fun and laughter and learning 
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Field trips in most schools are often entertainment rather than curriculum and are driven by the plan the teacher has. So, if the plan includes a study of marine life, the teacher may organise a field trip to the aquarium. At B. D. Somani, field 
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Hindi Divas is celebrated across India every year on 14 September. At B.D. Somani, our Hindi program is vibrant, unique and meaningful, and has relevance to the students’ life and environment. Our young learners celebrate Hindi Divas every year with enthusiasm and gusto. The whole 
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Over the first few days of this brand-new academic year, we asked our young students in Primary School one question: What does school mean to you? Their answers spanned a wide range of emotions but what stands out clearly is how much our students enjoy 
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The first day of a new school year brings feelings of anticipation, excitement, nervousness and questioning. Many teachers have a nightmare on the night before school opens – the alarm doesn’t ring, the train is cancelled, there are 40 teenagers instead of 20 six year 
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Unlike conventional Annual Day events, at B.D. Somani Primary School, we do not put up one big show. Instead, each class puts up a performance, involving every student, that allows everyone their time on stage and the opportunity to hone their individual talents in all 
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The curriculum at B.D. Somani is not just about math and science and the arts and all the life skills we work on inculcating in our students. We place equal emphasis on respect for Indian tradition and culture, and one of the ways we do 
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Our stellar social studies program defines the vibrant final year of Primary School. This year is a culmination and practice of all the skills we work on throughout the Primary years – curiosity, spirit of inquiry, research, teamwork, collaboration, problem-solving, independence. Following the detailed study 
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Do you remember how you were taught Hindi at school? You were probably taught all the vyanjans (consonants), followed by the swars (vowels), barakhadi. This was probably followed up with stringing together meaningless sentences like “Ram aam khata hai” and “Kamal ghar aa.” Not exactly 
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In Grade 5, our students learn about ancient civilisations as part of their Social Studies curriculum. To enhance their learning experience, this unit of learning includes a field trip to Dholavira in Kutch, one of the sites of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation discovered by 
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