message from P.r.o
Mr. Jignesh Dave
The world today is whirling at a rapid pace and we as educators need to pause, reflect and set a right balance between various components of change.
We, as the public relation segment of this mammoth institution try to establish smooth and unhindered communication between all the stake holders of our institution. Team work is the hallmark of Silver Bells Public School, where a committed and supportive management, dedicated members of staff, caring and co-operative parents blend harmoniously to create a child centrist atmosphere. I am proud to be part of the tradition of success that has been built over a period of many years in SBPS and to be able to contribute in the smooth functioning of the institution.
Our staff, students and parents are our power booster in helping us to mold the future of children. Their consistent support empowers us to do more and more. I am confident the silverians will make themselves stronger with each passing day. The children will shine brighter on the educational horizon and will bring laurels to the institution.
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The students displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters on the topic – “POLLUTION”. The aim of this competition was not merely to see the creative aspect but also to trigger the thought process of the children and sensitize them towards this burning and serious issue. All the students participated in the competition […]
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As we all know, the poem is meant for enjoyment. Beauty is the realm of poetry, the children enjoy the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, rhyme, rhythm, and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration, the students of class 6 got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence in Poetry Recitation Competition […]
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