National Level Painting Competition
“Learning gives creativity, creativity leads to thinking, thinking provides knowledge and knowledge makes you great. “
Creative effort is the root of all achievements and this has been successfully proved by our young talent of Primary Wing, Prisha Sinha, the student of class 1 , who participated in National Level Painting Competition organised by Kalantar Art Trust and won Bronze medal. The theme of the painting was ‘Mera Bharat’ .
Heartiest congratulations to her on her wonderful achievement.
SIP Abacus at state level
“If you remove your self – doubt and believe in yourself,you can achieve what you never thought possible.”
It is a moment of immense glory for Primary Section of Bridgeford School, Tupudana as Vedika Garodia of class 5 has secured 1st rank in SIP Abacus at state level.It was conducted by SIP Abacus Academy India Private.She has also been awarded with a trophy and cash prize of 7000 rupees.
Bridgeford School applauds her hard work and also congratulates her for her excellent performance.
Gita Chanting Competition
“Achievement doesn’t require extraordinary ability.It comes from ordinary abilities applied with extraordinary persistence.”
Proving this right, Paurushi Kesari of class 3C who participated in Gita Chanting Competition organised by Chinmaya Ashrama on 21st November 2021,bagged 1st rank and Abhinav Kumar Mishra of class 3B got Consolation Prize in Group B in City Level.
It is really a proud moment for Bridgeford School, Tupudana as Parushi Kesari has also been selected in Inter – City Level in Gita Chanting Competition.
May all the success that come their way lead them to bigger achievements in years to come. Heartiest congratulations to them!
Our special thanks to the parents of all the participants for encouraging their children to participate.
Hindi poetry recitation competition
On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, Prabhat khabar organised an online Hindi poetry recitation competition. Students from different schools took part in the competition. Shruti Kumari of class eight from Bridgeford School also participated in the competition and got finalised for the final round .She secured third position in the final round bringing glories to the school. Winners were awarded by Prabhat khabar with certificates and trophies.
Bharat Vikas Parishad Ekal geet Pratiyogita
Vishakha Rana of standard 9th from our school has represented not just our school but the whole Eastern region of India at National level. Firstly, she became the winner of district level outshining all the schools of Ranchi, after which she became the winner of State level (Jharkhand) followed by her win in the Eastern Inter State Competition and then she represented India’s Eastern Region (Jharkhand, Bihar, Odisha and West Bengal) . Finally, she was declared the winner of “Bharat Vikas Parishad Ekal geet Pratiyogita” outscoring all the eight regions of India.
Ranchi District Yoga Association
" Yoga adds years to your life and life to your years. "
The art of practicing Yoga, especially for the young children, enhances their concentration, develops their strength and helps them manage their anxiety especially in present times of pandemic due to being confined in the four walls of the house.In view of the importance of Yoga and its need in the current scenario, on 24th October, 2021, the Ranchi District Yoga Association organised the 37th Ranchi District Yoga Championship, 2021. Marwin George Topno of Bridgeford School, Tupudana participated in the sub-junior category (boys) and upheld the pride of our school at the district level.
World Bicycle Day Competition
“If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.”
Life is just like a bicycle wheel spinning around on the ups and downs of a muddy trail. As it is very well known that children have always been very passionate about expressing their interests in various competitions so Bicycle Mayor of Ranchi organised various competitions on the occasion of World Bicycle Day on 3rd June, 2021.
Keeping the students mentally and physically fit has also been the prime motto of Bridgeford. The students actively participated in the competitions. Our young Bridgefordian,
Reyansh Kumar of Class II-E who participated in
Essay Writing Competition, brought laurels to the school.