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A typical day at BNPS Middle Wing

A day in BNPS for a middle schooler starts with getting together with the whole school to pray. After few minutes of prayer and national Anthem, the children are into hobby classes. They can be seen sweating it out in basketball court, football field, cricket pitch – exercising and honing their skills. Melodious Ragas, foot taps of dances and stringing of guitar can be heard from music room. The quieter ones are en grossed in their sculptures and putting shape to clay.

After an hour of rigorous activities, begins the academics. Here the children are engaged in learning by going through an experience observing and reflective on it, finding a conceptual framework and then experimenting.


Informally at the stairs, children sitting with teachers and discussing their problems is a common sight. Seeing children in the library is a delight too. Sitting comfortably on the floor covered with chatai – they are seen discussing the book in hand in hushed tone.

Circle time for the classes again gives opportunity to talk about issues in the class and arrive at the solution together.

The day ends with children going back happily, catching up with friends and classmates.

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Aditi Saini  
She has done her Graduation from Delhi University. She teaches Hindi to class 6th to 8th. She brings energy & Excitement to the class through different Activities.
Email: sainiaditi86@gmail.com

Aisha Qureshi 
A deep, analytical and a reflective thinker, Aisha Qureshi is one of the most qualified and experienced teachers of our school. She is a Post Graduate and PhD in Sanskrit. She has an outstanding academic career being the University Gold Medalist in M.A.(Sanskrit) besides being awarded PG Merit Scholarships & Junior Research Fellowships at University level. She has also cleared the UGC's National Eligibility Test (NET) for lecturers. She has a B.Ed degree from Guru Gobind Singh IP University of New Delhi. Besides teaching Hindi & Sanskrit to students of Class 6th to 10th for the last six years she has also taught students of B.A.(Hons) at University level for two years. She has been associated with our school since 2007. She provides the right blend of experience & qualifications with the innovative and new teaching strategies being adopted by BNPS.

Graduated from University of Calcutta in 2011, Did her Master's in English from Delhi University, and B.ED. from C.I.E., DU. She is a teacher who enjoys teaching in a democratic classroom with co-operative  and sincere students.

Amit Pushkar  
He has done B.Sc.(H) Physics from Delhi University and B.Ed. from I.P. University. He is taking classes VII, IX, and X. He is hard working and talented. He likes to develop scientific skill in students.

Anita Arya
She is an innovative and energetic Teacher. She has done B.A.Eng.(H)from Delhi University. She is a post graduate in English from Annamalai University. And B.Ed. from MDU, Rohtak. She has been dedicatedly working with Reading project for the last five years where in she has been taking Reading classes in middle school. She is activity involved in spreading the taste of reading and giving chance to the children to come in front with their own perspectives logically.
Email: anita.arya2c@gmail.com

Teaching is her Passion. She has done M.A. in (Political science) and B.Ed. from (DU) .She is right now perusing P.hd. (anti-nuclear movements).She is desirous of developing herself as a teacher and inculcate scientific and critical skills in the learners.

Dimple Prashad 
She has done her Master's in Library & Inf.Sc. with B.Ed. (M.D.U.). As a teacher Librarian, She manages, organize, disseminate information and provides support to staff members and students. She is also responsible for working with electronic resources .collecting and managing books and non-books material. She promotes reading habits among students and staff members and also actively participating in reading practices
Email: dimpleprashad@gmail.com

Fathima Parveen
She is postgraduate in Chemistry. (M.Sc.B.Ed). She love to share knowledge with her students and learn new things from them. She work hard to create students interest in chemistry and always ready to face new challenges.
Email: mfathimaparveen@yahoo.co.in

She has done B.Sc. (H) Mathematics from Ramjas College Delhi University & B.Ed. from I.P. University .She is associated with BNPS from mid-session 2013. She is very energetic & determined Teacher .Actively engaged in both academic & non –academic area.
Email: Harshaonnet2007@gmail.com

She is graduated from Lady Shri Ram College with a B.El.Ed.  Degree. She has been teaching in B.N.P.S. since April , 2012. She is a passionate teacher, who's full of zeal and zest and wishes to explore new ideas.
Email: isha113.princess@gmail.com

Kanupriya Sharma
She has done M.A (Hindi) and BEd. from Meerut University. She has been teaching in BNPS for the last 7 years. She is sensitive to the needs of students and like to interact with them on the daily basis. She believe in learning by doing.

Kusha Malhotra
She is a B.A, B.Ed., brings a feather in the cap of the school with her meritorious service of 20 years to the teaching of language and has been awarded the best teacher by the Sahitya Academy. She is known for the skills of bringing out the latent talent of the students in litery field.
Email: Malhotra.kusha@gmail.com

Nikita  Nikita
Born with a passion for teaching. She has done B.El.Ed. from Miranda House. She loves to interact with young kids and adolescents & desires to go ahead with the beliefs about education system and achieve her ambitions.
Email: nikitagagneja1992@gmail.com

Rashi Khanna  
She is graduated from Hans Raj College, University of Delhi as a bachelor in Life Sciences, Bachelor of Education from the Indraprastha University and distance-learning diploma in education administration & supervision from Annamalai University. Her philosophy for learning is that each child is unique, and each child learns in a different way. She believe in hands-on experiences,

Projects based learning
Schools are seen as preparatory lab for children to deal with the future, this preparation is based on the assumption that the future is going to be static and stable and that requirements/demands of the future will be same as that of today. However, Dewey has pointed out that future is always dynamic and unpredictable; therefore a school should not prepare the child for a predictable future. Instead, it should arm the child with the skills to attune herself according to the needs of any situation. Developing sophisticated thinking in children is one of the most primary functions of schooling which makes child capable of dealing with all kinds of situations in life, this exacts from school to inculcate in child the qualities of an active problem solver.

BNPS believes in real life learning – not just learning THROUGH real life but also FOR real life.

The abilities FOR real life that we focus on developing in students, through inter-disciplinary curriculum based projects, include collaboration, making effective presentations, reflecting on the process followed and product created , critical questioning and giving direct feedback.

Project Based Learning helps makes learning relevant and useful to students addressing real world concerns, and developing real world skills. Many of the skills learned through Project Based Learning are those desired by today's employer, including the ability to work well with others, make thoughtful decisions, take initiative, and solve complex problems. Students become naturally motivated because of the meaningfulness of the project.

In order to learn meaningfully in this context they go for excursions, interact with resource persons (from within and outside the school), conduct activities and experiments. After using these opportunities to learn, the students are given a task to demonstrate their learning. The presentations of these tasks are made either in front of an internal audience (students of another class) or an external audience (parents). This process is known as project culminations and happens at the end of a project.

Typically at BNPS grades 4 – 7 we have two projects in the whole academic year. 

Mathematics Teaching at BNPS

(Middle School)

In consonance with the aims stated in NCF 05', the goal of mathematics teaching at BNPS is considered to be "mathematization of the child's thinking". This in action means clarity of thought, ability to pursue assumptions to logical conclusions, an ability to handle abstractions, and having an approach to problem solving. A crucial implication of this lies in offering a multiplicity of approaches while teaching instead of teaching procedures to arrive at right answers. Such learning environments provide opportunity where children are exposed to think 'mathematically'. We see this as crucial for establishing a link between school mathematics and the world around, helping children apply their understanding in day-to-day life, and think logically in a deductive manner. This also keeps the fear of mathematics away by helping children deduce links and create personal algorithms that offers a sense of achievement.

At the same time it becomes important to not only build understanding of concepts (numbers, geometry, data handling etc), but give equal weightage to skills like visualization, estimation and communicating ideas mathematically, so that they not only are able to solve problems involving maths in their daily lives, but also are able to perceive things logically and create new knowledge.
The learners enter middle school mathematics with a basic number sense: counting, sorting & reading number; computational skills with reference to simple calculations & problem solving; considerable experience of exploration with respect to shape, size & measurement using manipulative; familiarity of story problems; knowledge of simple mathematics language and an eye for pattern observation.
In middle school, learners start building up their own conjectures; try to gain mastery of basic skills and enhance the understanding of the key concepts, they also work on facts and start building the rules and require challenging situations to work on.

Following are the major instructional strategies followed at BNPS:-

  • Connecting Mathematics with learners' experiences & previous knowledge.
  • Providing a non threatening environment, where learners commit mistakes and learn from their mistakes i.e. providing supportive environment where both failures & successes are valued.
  • Focusing on application of concepts and skills by giving more importance to process of solving problems, instead of giving sole importance to finding correct solution.
  • Giving examples but letting the children reach the generalizations. Letting the children use their own strategies and then decide which strategy is better/best.
  • Using deductive approach i.e. let the students struggle with the problems & come out with their own solutions/ strategies rather than teachers providing correct solutions. This requires scope of open ended problems that can be approached through different ways.
  •  Linking conceptual and procedural knowledge i.e. providing scope for observation & application of the connections of learning in real life & with other subjects.


BNPS Social Science Curriculum is structured on the principles of NCF 2005, which encompasses diverse concerns of society and includes a wide range of content, drawn from the disciplines of history, geography, political science and economics. Social Science Curriculum prepares students to understand, to participate, to face the challenges that come in their lives and make informed decisions about their world. Social Science Curriculum enables students to acquire and learn to use the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that prepare them to be competent and responsible citizens throughout their lives. Competent and responsible citizens are informed and thoughtful, and participate in their communities actively. It provides them with skills for productive problem solving and decision making like assessing issues and making thoughtful value judgments.

Students of the social science employ a methodology that requires them to ask questions, form a hypothesis, collect and analyze a variety of data before drawing a reasonable conclusion that is communicated to other people. When students present their findings, they demonstrate that they have searched carefully and thought critically about the sources of information and the evidence. The knowledge and understanding gained from the study of the social science is applied to evaluate differing perspectives on historical, political, economic, geographic, or social issues.

Social Science At middle level
The focus of Social Science Curriculum at Middle school is on the development of essential knowledge and skills. Students must develop a thorough understanding of basic concepts through hands on experiences that they can apply in a wide range of situations. Social Science Curriculum focuses to develop the skills in learners that are vital to encounter real life problems of society so that they develop the understanding of democratic values. These values help them to evaluate different points of view and examine information critically to solve problems and make decisions on a variety of issues. They also acquire skills of inquiry and communication through field studies and other research projects; through the consideration of various forms of historical evidence.