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The students of The Brigade School, Malleswaram bagged numerous medals in the Olympiad Examinations conducted by the Silver Zone Foundation. They won 7 Gold, 6 Silver & 5 Bronze medals in the International Olympiad of English Language (IOEL), 5 Gold, 5 Silver & 4 Bronze medals in the Smart Kid GK Olympiad (SKGKO) and 5 gold, 4 silver & ...
The students of Class 6 of The Brigade School at JP Nagar celebrated World Music Day in the school premises by singing melodious songs - ‘Love you Zindagi’ and ‘Counting Stars’ originally sung by the ‘One Republic’ band and written by Ryan Tedder.
A special assembly was conducted on the occasion of World Environment Day on 9th June 2017 in The Brigade School, Mahadevapura. It commenced with an informative skit on pollution performed by the students of Class 3. The students took an oath reiterating their commitment towards the environment.
The 62nd Karnataka Rajyotsava was celebrated at The Brigade School, Malleswaram. Students delivered speeches on the importance of the event and the simplicity & beauty of the Kannada language. The folk songs Gigi Pada & Lavani set the awestruck audience humming to the lilting tunes in unison followed by a mono act of Hiranyakashipu.
August 31st, 2017, was an important day at the Brigade School, JP Nagar. The Skywalk was inaugurated by Shri R K Chaturvedi, Ex-Chairman, CBSE amid much fanfare and applause. The Skywalk connects the school building to the football field across the busy Brigade Millennium Avenue Road.
On the occasion of Teachers’ Day students at The Brigade School, Malleswaram highlighted the importance of teachers in their lives. They sang the popular song ‘Faded’ by Alan Walker and staged a play titled - ‘Planning for Teachers Day.’ Dances also added a special hue to the programme.
At the state level sports tournament organised by B.H.S Sports Club on 15th November 2017, The Brigade School, Malleswaram won many laurels in various age categories in Basketball, Volleyball and Throwball.
Students of The Brigade School, Malleswaram made fossils from moulding clay, using impressions of their foot, palm and fingers. They also used shells, leaves and toys like fish, elephant, tiger and penguin to make fossils. The students gained awareness and understanding of fossil evidence and their importance, as a source of information in the stud...