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Best Practices

BBPS Rohini believes in the holistic development of its students and staff. It continuously encourages them to explore beyond and above the curricular and co-curricular areas, research, discover and use different tools to learn new lessons. The school has achieved the highest standards of intellectual, social, emotional and moral development through a multifaceted approach to education. Following are the highlights of the school’s Best Practices that surely stand out in the routine educational transactions.



The last two academic sessions have been clearly defined as ‘During the Pandemic’ and the ‘post-Pandemic’ sessions. Therefore, a greater reason to define the two kinds of learning systems. BBPS RH faced the challenge upfront and smoothly transitioned from Offline classes to effective Online mode and ever since, the school reopened in full force, it has been operating successfully in offline mode for all academic learning transactions while keeping hybrid alternatives ready as a back-up. The following aided the daily teaching and learning processes for all.

    1. Dedicated G suite ids, Google Workspace, Google Classrooms and vibrant tools like Kahoot, mentimeter, padlet, Quizzez, Nearpod and software like Adobe along with O labs (funded by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology)
    2. Assemblies, Celebration of special days, Intra & Inter Class competitions, Visual & Performing art activities, webinars and counselling sessions were organised online during the pandemic and continue to have a hybrid existence.
    3. The school is well equipped with Lease Line, Interactive Intelligent Panels, 3D Interactive Board, Tablets (50), Laptops & Desktops with proper firewall and antivirus installed for safety & security in hybrid and offline classes.
    4. Formative assessments and Summative Assessments were conducted using ICT Tools such as google forms, AV and SWAY submissions etc while integrating them with Choice Boards, Art Integrated Learning and Inter Disciplinary Studies in complete sanctity during the pandemic and in present times, as well.
    5. PTMs have been held online and now offline, regularly. Surveys and feedbacks are conducted online and offline to analyse and improvise the systems.
    6. In line with the CBSE curated rationalisation of curriculum for Class IX - XII, Academic curriculum was rationalised for all classes from I to VIII.
    7. Incorporation of Skill Development Programmes connect students with skills besides academics and prepare them for the world beyond.
    8. Post Pandemic, plugging learning gaps through Bridge Programmes, Strengthening Socio Emotional Skills, Stress on Counselling and nurturing of life skills and Value Education through affiliated courses by Ramakrishna Mission have been the epicentre of all curricular and extra – curricular learning transactions.



  • IMPLEMENTATION OF NEP 2020 & NCF 2022 (Foundational Stage)

NCF 2022 & NEP 2020 are the roadmaps to education for future and BBPS, Rohini is steadfast in its commitment to implementation of the recommended policies in totality.

    1. The Pre-School department has designed and implemented a specific and nuanced Annual Curriculum Plan based on the guidelines of NCF 2022. The plan thus curated focusses on
      1. Physical development
      2. Socio – emotional & Ethical development
      3. Cognitive development
      4. Language & Literacy Development
      5. Aesthetic & Cultural development
      6. Positive Learning Habits
    2. Special training sessions have been conducted to highlight the Pancha Kosha Tatwa, giving an insight of NCF 2022.
    3. PANCHAADI, a five step learning process has been devised with appropriate planning, scaffolding and gradual release of responsibility.
    4. Pre-Primary classrooms are supported with child centred and child-oriented learning corners set up to provide fun, hands-on activities and Play at Choice opportunities. There are distinct learning corners for
      1. Language & Communication
      2. Literacy skills
      3. Blocks & Numbers
      4. Creative Expression
      5. Little Explorers
      6. Montessori Apparatus
    5. Toys have been utilised as a tool for learning and Socialising with their peer group.
    6. With great emphasis on Experiential Learning the school building has been adorned under the BALA (Building As Learning Aid)
    7. Innovation in Classroom Pedagogy based on Experiential Learning has become an elemental step. The guidelines of NEP 2020 have been reinforced in the following ways.
    8. Fusing Art Integrated Learning, Sports Integration and Projects with daily academic transactions
    9. Integrated Academic Approach, a further advancement of the Multidisciplinary methods
    10. Inclusion of Inter Disciplinary Activities to strengthen conceptual understanding.
    11. Integration of Project Based Learning both as a teaching technique and a formative assessment strategy
    12. Flexible formative assessments conducted through Choice Boards that cater to the multiple intelligences in a classroom.
    13. ICT driven pedagogy ensuring active participation through platforms such as Kahoot, Mentimeter, Nearpod, Quizziz, Padlet and AV modules etc.
    14. Extensive use of Toy Pedagogy in Pre-Primary and Primary classes
    15. ICT enabled teaching Techniques like flipped classroom are practiced by teachers
    16. Students use Khan Academy modules and Funtoot online Maths modules
    17. Initiation of AI Club, Coding, Python, Machine learning & Graphic Design and Artificial Intelligence in classes VI- X.
    18. Students are encouraged to participate in online & offline competitions organised like/by
      1. Clash of Pi
      2. Vidhyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM)
      3. Maths Ninja
      4. Manga High
      5. Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF)
      6. Zenik Foundation
      7. Counting Well App
      8. ATL Programmes and Competitions




Continuous professional development for pedagogical innovation : The school provides continuous Professional Development Sessions in leading edge strategies.

      1. The Pre-Primary department has been upskilled with the recommendations of NCF 2022
      2. The Primary department completed Storytelling training module created by CBSE.
      3. The competent team of Primary teachers have designed the Annual Pedagogical Plan 2023 on the guidelines given by NEP in tandem with Vidya Pravesh to strengthen the literacy and Numeracy skills of students upto class III.
      4. Under the Nipun Bharat programme of Vidya Pravesh, the Primary staff has curated FLN based activities that focus on Enquiry Based Learning (Shin programme), Word Wall Activities, revamped Class Libraries, enriched Fluency Strips and enhanced Maths kits as the tools to new learning.
      5. BBPSRH faculty has become proficient in regular strategizing and execution of Storytelling, Toy pedagogy, Choice Boards, Competency Based Teaching & Assessment Designing to auger experiential learning.
      6. A week-long training session on Project Based learning by Arijit Ghosh (EFQL) was attended by the Middle and Secondary teachers to add to the multifarious teaching strategies at school.
      7. 7 teachers had completed and submitted their Action Research Projects to aid their Curriculum Planning while seeking answers to their problem questions. They eventually ended up adding more laurels to their bag.
      8. 5 experienced teachers at school have enrolled and completed 72 hours of training of the Innovation Ambassador Programme by SIC, Ministry of Education.
      9. In addition, staff members regularly attend webinars by CBSE, COE Delhi (West), Indraprastha Sahodya, FICCI ARISE etc.

Exhaustive Training in ICT Tools such as

    1. ADOBE in Design SWAY sessions were conducted for the School Publication Team
    2. Inhouse Trainings for assessments forms such as GOOGLE FORM, MENTIMETER, PADLET, QUIZZIZ etc in addition to online PDF Checking.
    3. Basic MS Office applications to ease record keeping and aid Online teaching
    4. Creation of Online Library Resources and its organization using Wakelet software
    5. Tally, Excel (Administrative Staff) 


  1. General day to day upkeep trainings to meet statutory compliances and safety & security norms were conducted to train the staff in
    1. First Aid, Disaster Management, Anti-Bullying, Cyber security (for teachers)
    2. First Aid, POCSO, Use of Fire Extinguisher etc (for support staff)
    3. Developing a Learning Culture in School (Front Office Staff)
    4. Mentoring and Monitoring
  1. Class Observations and Supervisions are conducted quarterly by HODs, Departmental In-charges and Subject experts from CES.
    1. Lesson Plans and Answer sheets are cross checked by HOD to rule out any errors at any stage
    2. Weekly Faculty Meetings for curriculum design, rationalization and execution.



BBPS RH realises the importance of Skill Education at school and it is in this pursuit that the school offers the following

      1. P2E: Passport to Earning, a joint initiative of CBSE and UNICEF that empowers students with relevant 21st Century skills to thrive in school, work and life and provide them with future pathways to entrepreneurship, employment & social impact opportunities.
      2. #BUILD2GETHER: BBPS RH conducted the #BUILD2GETHER: An Interschool Entrepreneurship Contest was organised in collaboration with School Sharks empowering the students to be connected with the real world of competition for the effective sustainability of their creative and innovative idea.
      3. SCOUTS & GUIDES: The club aims to develop Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social & Intellectual Wellbeing among the learners. It also aims to instill love for community and country through well-structured activities.
      4. SELF EXPLORATION AND LEARNING FORUM in collaboration with TET Consulting, exclusively designed programme for students of Classes VIII and IX. A batch of 100 students, accompanied by four teachers participated in the enlightening conference at Jaipur. During the conference, students had the opportunity to unravel different facets of their personalities and discovering their untapped potential. The conference allowed them to explore diverse perspectives enhancing their emotional intelligence and decision-making skills, all in preparation for life beyond school.
      5. YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM: Young Leaders Program, India’s biggest leadership conference, was organized for the students of Classes XI & XII from 21 to 23 September at Accorn Hideway Resort, Jim Corbett. This was the fifth edition of YLP (2017, 2018, 2019 & 2022) and 82 students along with three teachers participated in the same. Over a span of three electrifying days, students were immersed in a harmonious blend of captivating workshops, enlightening keynote speaker sessions, and engaging team-building activities that offered opportunities to explore the multifaceted nature of leadership, enabling them to emerge equipped with the knowledge and skills for a brighter future. It was indeed an immersive journey that blended education, entertainment and adventure. It not only provided experiential learning opportunities as outlined in NEP 2020 but also opportunities for meta-cognition.
      6. Financial literacy modules are run in weekly sessions under the SEWA group activities for students of class III and upwards.
      7. Enhanced Coding, AI & IT courses are curated and conducted for class VI to X to prepare a generation of technologically upskilled citizens.



Bal Bharati Public School Rohini is committed to provide safe and secure environment to all its learners.  Following measures are taken to ensure security of all stakeholders -

      1. The school is surrounded on all sides by a boundary wall of 8 feet height with zaffi erected on it.
      2. All entry and exit gates to the school campus are manned 24 x 7 by guards.
      3. The Boundary wall and entire campus is under CCTV surveillance with 207 cameras installed at all prominent positions.
      4. CCTV control room has 14 LEDs displaying all 207 cameras throughout the day. The same are supervised on day-to-day basis by staff on duty during the school working hours.
      5. CCTV recording is available for 45 days.
      6. Visitors’ management system (App) is used at the entry gates to maintain record of visitors.
      7. The firefighting system is well maintained. NOC is obtained from the Fire department.
      8. Regular trainings are conducted for school staff to give hands on experience on use of fire safety equipment like fire extinguishers, sprinklers etc.
      9. Electric audit is conducted regularly and necessary action is taken, if required.
      10. The roof of the school remains locked at all times.
      11. RO plant is installed on roof top and filtered drinking water is available in taps.
      12. Water tanks are cleaned
      13. Water testing is done regularly to ensure the appropriate quality of drinking water.
      14. A houseman/ayah is stationed outside each toilet.
      15. Separate wash room and rest room are available for class IV employees.
      16. Police verification of all staff members is available.
      17. Sensitization workshops on Child Safety and Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act 2012 (POCSO) are conducted annually.
      18. School has well chalked out disaster management plan and evacuations drills are conducted periodically.
      19. The school safety committee undertakes monthly safety walks to ensure all compliances.
      20. A fully equipped medical room exists in the school premises
      21. Qualified, fulltime doctor and nurses are always available to attend the students and staff.
      22. Regular medical check-up is conducted for all students and the report is shared with parents.
      23. Records are kept for children suffering from specific ailments, obese students, poor eye sight etc and remedial steps are suggested to parents.
      24. Regular health and hygiene talks are delivered in the morning assembly to motivate them.
      25. All school buses are assisted with lady guards/ female staff members and are GPS tracked by school and parents using the R-Track App.
      26. All buses are running as per STA guidelines.



The Green Initiatives of the school not only improve the school environment but also help inculcate eco-friendly habits in staff and students alike. The Green Initiatives of the school include many pioneering activities.

    1. The school has been declared a no plastic zone.
    2. Solar panels have been installed on the terrace.
    3. Rain Harvesting system has been setup in the school to reuse the collected water for daily use.
    4. The school undertakes waste segregation activity with great help from the students to move towards responsible sensitisation.
    5. The school sends used and shredded paper for recycling.
    6. For effective e-waste disposal, the school has tied up with Nokia and Panasonic.
    7. LEDs have been installed in all classrooms.
    8. Water conservation signages are displayed at all drinking water facilities in the school.



It has been ensured in BBPSRH that staff & students are effectively tread to the 17 UN SDG Goals.

    1. The school was a part of #Rise Up4 SDGs, an International Collaborative Project. With representation from 35 countries, the SDG promoters conduct virtual sessions every fortnight to discuss two SDG goals and student activities for the same. The activities conducted by different schools are showcased through virtual art gallery and newsletters.
    2. The students of the school contributed articles, poems and artwork to the #weriseup4e-waste, an International Project to create awareness about the same.
    3. The school has a well chalked out program wherein Intra Class, Inter Class and Inter School activities integrated with the SDGs have been conducted for all classes.
    4. SDG newsletter was published in the session 2020-21.
    5. Sugandh Lal (T.G.T History) was awarded the Global SDG Women Warrior Excellence Award 2022 for her contribution to the integration of SDGs and creating awareness among the school students and staff.
    6. BBPS RH students bagged a silver medal in the International Carnival of Learning organised by Apec Cyber Academy, Taiwan for their submission “Small Action Big Change – construct a new green air purifier to sustain our living environment’. The aim of the project was to foster global competencies and create awareness about UNSDGs.
    7. A team of our students participated in the IIUSATTVA A GLOBAL SDG PROJECT COMPETITION with their App design called HYDRAVO integrated with UNSDG 14 to track marine life activity. The competition was organised by International Internship University.
    8. BBPS RH Environment Club bagged the Silver Trophy in the Global Sustainability Awards under the Socially Responsible School Category organised by Arc – Ed in association with Earth Day Network, SDG Choupal and Ecoroots.



A list of activities and programmes ensure the physical and mental wellbeing of our students and the parents, too.

    1. The Minimum Fitness Program motivates each student to achieve the benchmark set for fitness and good health.
    2. Swimming is a compulsory sport for all students up to classes V.
    3. Each student is motivated to take up two games (a minor and a major) to instil sportsmanship while working on the fitness standards.
    4. Monthly sports activities are designed and imbued in the academic calendar for students up to class V.
    5. Weekly fun sports activities are conducted for classes PS – II in collaboration with Sports Guru.
    6. 3 Cs programme to create and nurture skills and talents among children is planned and regularly practiced.
    7. Collaborations with famous organisations like Mokshayatan Yog Sansthan (MYS) ensure healthy practices for all. A series of Yoga video sessions for students, teachers and parents, created under the guidance of Acharya Pratishtha were circulated to all stakeholders.
    8. An online session on Health tips and common queries related to Covid was organised by inviting alumnus Dr. Abhinav Jain.
    9. Anger Management workshops were organised for the students in association with spiritual speakers from Brahma Kumaris as the resource persons.
    10. The school registered for graded Value Education Program titled Awakened India by Ramakrishna Mission.
    11. Motivational sessions are organised with renowned speakers such as VIDYA UTSAV by CES with Shri Gaur Gopal Das to help the stakeholders relax, reflect and rejuvenate.
    12. Events such as Walk of Hope with Shri M. are participated in to bring sensitisation and awareness to all.
    13. Online counselling is provided by the committee of teachers including a counsellor through official email id dedicated only for this purpose.
    14. Mental Health Awareness week is organised in October every year to create awareness about Mental health issues and mark the celebration of World Mental Health Day on 10th





The school connects with all stakeholders at regular intervals on issues beyond the school curriculum.

    1. Let’s Have a Conversation, a monthly feature, is an initiative of the school to engage with the parent community and to hear them out. A topic is shared with the stake holders and the best five anecdotes are shared with the stakeholders.
    2. The school website, official social media pages and WhatsApp groups are an essential medium for communicating and connecting with the parent community.
    3. Special posts on all important days, messages for students, collective activities that can be done on their own (especially during lockdown) are sent.
    4. Regular E-newsletters are designed and released sharing achievements and good practices of the school.
    5. PTMs are held regularly and feedback is taken from all the stakeholders through surveys to analyze and improvise the school practices.
    6. The school uses multiple communication channels for sharing information. They are namely Snap homework, WhatsApp, social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, school website and emails.
    7. Orientation sessions are held for parents of children starting school every year and for those making transitions from one department to another.
    8. Special sessions are organized for the parents in which different speakers from renowned organizations are invited as resource person.
    9. Suggestion boxes are installed in the school premises to gather suggestions and critical feedback for continuous improvisation.



Inclusive education is the most effective way of giving all children a fair chance to attend school, learn and develop the skills & competencies essential to face the YUCA world.  We aim at developing scholastic personalities and imparting knowledge to maximize, optimize skills and competencies. As part of the inclusive set up and collaborative participation of all the stakeholders in a child’s life the following measures are ensured at school.

    1. The school counsellor actively participates in the parent/child interaction at the time of the admission process to evaluate if the child has any special education needs.
    2. Special educator guides the teachers on early identification of children with special needs as per guidelines of PRASHAST checklist released by Department of School Education and Literacy, MOE.
    3. Individual Education Plan (IEP) is formulated and implemented in collaborative teaching and adaptations of the curriculum are done as per the needs of CWSN.
    4. Learners with mild educational needs are integrated with grade-level classes for academics and co-curricular activities and are pulled out to transact the academic curriculum at their level by the special educator.
    5. Remediation for students with special needs is provided by clubbing their regular time table with remedial classes, thus, ensuring that their needs are catered to without adversely affecting their academics or co-curricular interests.
    6. The facility of various therapies such as counselling, yoga therapy and special education, along with life skill training is provided as per the need of individual learner.
    7. Differential instruction in optimal learning environment, collaboration and use of assistive technologies is promoted.
    8. Changes in assessment pattern like dilution in question paper, lienenancy in evaluation, bigger font size (for visually impaired) are done as per need.
    9. Frequent Parent teacher Meetings and counselling sessions are scheduled for students with special needs.
    10. Teachers encourage Peer Mentors to help the students with special needs not only in academics but also in learning socially acceptably behavior.
    11. Students of classes X and XII are provided with concessions/exemptions as prescribed by the CBSE vide circular no. CBSE/COORD/112233/2019 dated 12 April 2019.
    12. School infrastructure is student friendly with ramps, railings, toilets for CWSN etc.
    13. Ample opportunities and exposure is given to gifted students to hone & showcase their talent at Zonal/District/National/International level.



One of the foremost goals of BBPS, Rohini is to instill 21st century skills in the learners for professional and personal success.

    1. BBPS RH inculcates life skills through programmes such as Transforming Mentalities (in association with UNESCO) and YUWAAH for class IX.
    2. The school organizes exhaustive Career Counselling for the senior students. These customized sessions with professionals from workforce help the learners fine tune their career preferences and help understand the needs of the corporate world.
    3. Summer Internships are encouraged to help them have an open perspective for career options and using their communication and personal skills.
    4. The school nurtures future leaders of the nation by giving them experiential knowledge of Leadership. The Prefectorial Board comprises of prime positions like President, Cultural Secretary, Social Media Managers etc wherein they independently undertake events and programmes. Other than PB, the leadership positions are available in Clubs as Incharges and as monitors in Classroom. The students learn their basic lessons in leadership and team work through these experiences.
    5. ICT Skills are emphasized upon to keep them abreast with AI, Coding and other Information Management Technology systems.
    6. Local and Global Partnerships are fortified with stimulating connections through Generation Global and exchange programme with Choithram School, Indore (2022), Apec Cyber Academy, Taiwan (2022) and Taiwan Geneed Global School (2023).
    7. The school runs Entrepreneurship Club wherein the students are initiated into preliminary lessons on Entrepreneurship and start up culture.
    8. Interact Club and Environment Club activities aim at nurturing socially active and globally responsible citizens with drives such as Power to Ponytails, Awareness Talk with LGBTQ+ Activist, Sustainable Menstruation Drive, Pawsitive Project along with its collaborations with Subhakshika (NGO) and many others to the list.




Distributive Leadership nurtures more leaders depending on their skills and attitudes. Thus:

    1. The top officials of the management including Secretary Manager and the Principal are National Awardees and are highly competent and innovative leaders.
    2. The school faculty includes State Awardees and CBSE Awardees (Ms. Sapna Makan, Ms. Mridu Marwah, Ms. Purti Khanna, Ms. Monika Sindhwani & Ms. Sugandh Lal) who have been instrumental in implementation of good practices.
    3. The school appoints faculty as HoDs for improvement in curriculum planning, pedagogical strategies and assessment sampling through weekly faculty meetings.
    4. Convenors for co-curricular functioning of the school and coordinator in-charges share the responsibilities, bring multiple perspective to tasks and outline tasks seamlessly.
    5. Parents are actively involved in the school’s functioning and play crucial role. They are appointed as members of important committees, PTA Executive Body, Vishakha, POCSO, anti-bullying teams and Safety & Security Committee.
    6. The Student Council is a further nuanced way of extending distributive leadership while offering opportunities enough for new learnings.



    1. BBPS Rohini has been a recipient of the reputed International Dimension Award by the British Council for the past four consecutive terms. It is evidence of the school’s impetus on encouraging Internationalism as a matter of being.
    1. Enlightening interactions are held across state and international borders to welcome perspectives on issues catering to a healthy holistic development of the child.

18 April


BBPS Rohini

City Montessori school (Lucknow)

New Rainbow Public School (Delhi)

Art of ExpressionThe students shared the relevance of expressing through art.
18 July 2022

BBPS Rohini

The Iconic School, Bhopal

Fake News and social mediaThe students shared personal experiences about circulation of fake news and how those impacts. They also discussed ways to curb the spreading of fake news.


May 2022

BBPS Rohini, IndiaCivic

Students discussed about:


16 Aug 2022

BBPS Rohini

Ashok Leyland School, Chennai


Wealth and PovertyStudents discussed about what wealth and poverty meant to them. They discussed about the material wealth versus the wealth of being happy healthy and at peace.
29 Aug 2022

BBPS Rohini

SMKN 58 Jakarta

CMS, Indira Nagar, Lucknow

EducationStudents shared their personal experiences about education during the pandemic and education in present times.
19 Oct 2022

BBPS Rohini

SMA Bina Bangsa Sejahtera, Indonesia

Art of


Students shared their experiences of expressing their feelings through art such as poetry,

theatre, music, and dance. They also discussed about the importance of Art in their community.

25 Nov 2022

BBPS, Rohini

Prepa Tec Eugenio Garza Laguera, Mexico St Marks, Meera Bagh, DPS Ghaziabad



Students shared their experiences of gender inequality and discussed about their contribution to reduce it.

18 Jan


BBPS Rohini, SMPM1,

Subang, Indonesia

Gold Crest school, Varshi,

Maharashtra, Mahatma Baba school, Chennai



Students shared their experiences of Climate change and discussed about their contribution to reduce it.
02 Feb 2023BBPS Rohini, Indraprastha World School, Man 2 Kota, Indonesia

SDG Goal



Students shared diverse perspectives on inequality- religious, racial, economic, and educational.


    1. Ms. Bandhana Sharma, Vice Principal, visited Bristol Grammar School in June 2022 and interacted with the school staff & students to observe the varied pedagogic techniques and curricular areas in practice.
    1. The school established its International collaborations with Taiwan's Taipei Economic and Cultural Centre (TECC) for the International Educational program in India. Principal, Ms. Geeta Gangwani attended the International Education and Cultural Experience Programme organised by TECC’s Education Division followed by her visit to Taiwan in May 2023 to strengthen
    2.  Collaboration with Miaoli County Zhongshan Elementary School
    3. Class V students interacted with students of the partner and  introduced themselves along with information about languages spoken and popular cuisines of both countries through PPT’s on 2, 16 and 30 November 2022
    • Collaboration with Xiufeng High School 
    1. Students of classes VIII- X participated in a virtual cultural meet and shared PPTs on various dance forms, food, commonly used language greetings and indigenous games.
    1. A virtual German Exchange program was conducted with Robert Bosch Gymnasium, Gerlingen in August 2022 sharing cultures of both the countries through Cultural Map of both the countries followed by interactive sessions on *E-Twinning* platform.



The school has strong presence on social media and uses it effectively to connect with stakeholders and provide information. The school updates its digital accounts regularly to enhance visibility and connect with community.

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