Brightonite Kushagra Jagwani of Class IX today played an outstanding game of Tennis to win the Under 16 State Level tournament. He was also the winner of Doubles Championship. Congratulations Kushagra, keep hitting them high, way to go. Our best wishes to the Parents and to the teachers. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

Brighton International School

Brighton International School in association with Times of India presented the Annual Inter-School event MindSpark with as many as 20 schools participating from Raipur & Chhattisgarh. The event was closely contested by more than 20 schools from Raipur and Chhattisgarh. The results for the Mindspark 2019 is as follows;

Winners of Mind –Spark 2019

1.English Debate Winner – Aditya Vikram (Krishna Public School, Dunda)
1st Runner-up- Vijay Chandel (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
2nd Runner-up- Aman Shukla (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

English Debate Running Trophy - Krishna Public School, Dunda

2. Quiz Winner – The Radiant Way School
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up-Ambuja Vidyapeeth

3. Table Tennis
Winner – Brighton International School
1st Runner-up -Krishna Public School, Dunda
2nd Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa

4. Group Dance Winner –
Vicon School 1st Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
2nd Runner-up- Indus World School

5. Sudoku – (Group –I)
Winner – Aarushi Agrawal(The Aarambh School)
1st Runner-up- Siddharth Sonwani (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up - Sparsh Agrawal (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)

6. Sudoku – (Group –II)
Winner – Nilesh Verma (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
1st Runner-up- Palak Agrawal (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up- Akshadha Mishra (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

7. Poem Recitation (Group -1)
Winner – Roma A. Chandravanshi (Indus World School)
1st Runner-up- Ananya Singh (KPS International )
2nd Runner-up- Rabiya Ahmed (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

8. Poem Recitation (Group -II)
Winner – Dhruvil Patel (KPS International )
1st Runner-up- Samiksha Barik( Krishna Public School,Dunda)
2nd Runner-up- Ananya Agrawal(Brahmavid)

9. Extempore
Winner – Tins James Thomes (Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa )
1st Runner-up- Prakriti Tiwari (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mansi Sharma (Chhattisgarh Public School)

10. Group Song Winner – Krishna Public School, Dunda
1st Runner-up- Delhi Public School, Raipur
2nd Runner-up- Savitri Bai Phule Educational Academy

11. Colouring Competition
Winner – Anushka Gupta (Delhi Public School)
1st Runner-up- Kimaya Mukta (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mitali Rathia (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

12. Art Competition
Winner – Tanishka Sharma (Brahmavid-The Global School)
1st Runner-up- Prachi Dewangan (Chhattisgarh Public School)
2nd Runner-up- Mayank Singh Dhruv (The Radiant Way)

13. Clay Moulding Competition
Winner – Diksha Arora (KPS International )
1st Runner-up - Shreeansh Panda (Vicon School)
2nd Runner-up- Lakshya Raj Sah (Chhattisgarh Public School)

14. Street Play Winner Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up- Agrawal Public School

Best School Trophy –
KPS International , Naya Raipur

We thank all the schools for being a part of this great festival.
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4 days ago

Brighton International School

Brighton International School in association with Times of India presented the Annual Inter-School event MindSpark with as many as 20 schools participating from Raipur & Chhattisgarh. The event was closely contested by more than 20 schools from Raipur and Chhattisgarh. The results for the Mindspark 2019 is as follows;

Winners of Mind –Spark 2019

1.English Debate Winner – Aditya Vikram (Krishna Public School, Dunda)
1st Runner-up- Vijay Chandel (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
2nd Runner-up- Aman Shukla (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

English Debate Running Trophy - Krishna Public School, Dunda

2. Quiz Winner – The Radiant Way School
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up-Ambuja Vidyapeeth

3. Table Tennis
Winner – Brighton International School
1st Runner-up -Krishna Public School, Dunda
2nd Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa

4. Group Dance Winner –
Vicon School 1st Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
2nd Runner-up- Indus World School

5. Sudoku – (Group –I)
Winner – Aarushi Agrawal(The Aarambh School)
1st Runner-up- Siddharth Sonwani (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up - Sparsh Agrawal (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)

6. Sudoku – (Group –II)
Winner – Nilesh Verma (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
1st Runner-up- Palak Agrawal (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up- Akshadha Mishra (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

7. Poem Recitation (Group -1)
Winner – Roma A. Chandravanshi (Indus World School)
1st Runner-up- Ananya Singh (KPS International )
2nd Runner-up- Rabiya Ahmed (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

8. Poem Recitation (Group -II)
Winner – Dhruvil Patel (KPS International )
1st Runner-up- Samiksha Barik( Krishna Public School,Dunda)
2nd Runner-up- Ananya Agrawal(Brahmavid)

9. Extempore
Winner – Tins James Thomes (Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa )
1st Runner-up- Prakriti Tiwari (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mansi Sharma (Chhattisgarh Public School)

10. Group Song Winner – Krishna Public School, Dunda
1st Runner-up- Delhi Public School, Raipur
2nd Runner-up- Savitri Bai Phule Educational Academy

11. Colouring Competition
Winner – Anushka Gupta (Delhi Public School)
1st Runner-up- Kimaya Mukta (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mitali Rathia (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

12. Art Competition
Winner – Tanishka Sharma (Brahmavid-The Global School)
1st Runner-up- Prachi Dewangan (Chhattisgarh Public School)
2nd Runner-up- Mayank Singh Dhruv (The Radiant Way)

13. Clay Moulding Competition
Winner – Diksha Arora (KPS International )
1st Runner-up - Shreeansh Panda (Vicon School)
2nd Runner-up- Lakshya Raj Sah (Chhattisgarh Public School)

14. Street Play Winner Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up- Agrawal Public School

Best School Trophy –
KPS International , Naya Raipur

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Brighton International School

Brighton International School won the Inter-School Cricket Competition held at Ssipmt Raipur Sri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Institute under the able guidance of our Cricket Mentor & Sports Coach Mr Sanjiv Prasad.

Here is the little summary of the matches Brighton International School won on the way;

1st match - Walk-over

2nd match
Batting 1st
Siddharth singh 12 balls 33 runs
Dhruv 4 wickets
Pradyum 3 wickets
Nikhil 3 wicket
Match won by 40 runs

3rd match
Bowling 1st
Dhruv 3 wicket
Pradyum 4 wicket
Target of 18 run
Siddharth singh 9 run not out
Match won by 10 wickets

Semifinal
Batting 1st
Siddharth singh 35 in 15 balls
Abhinav 10 run
Target set 69 runs
Dhruv 2 wicket
Akash 2 wicket
Pradyum 2 wicket
Siddharth singh 1 wicket

Match won by 15 run

Final
Bowling 1st

Dhruv 3 wicket
Pradyum 3 wicket
Akash 2 wicket

Target 46
Siddharth singh 18
Khemraj 15
Match won by 3 wicket

Keep going hard, we are destined for bigger things. Go Brightonites.
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Brighton International School

Brighton International School in association with Times of India presented the Annual Inter-School event MindSpark with as many as 20 schools participating from Raipur & Chhattisgarh. The event was closely contested by more than 20 schools from Raipur and Chhattisgarh. The results for the Mindspark 2019 is as follows;

Winners of Mind –Spark 2019

1.English Debate Winner – Aditya Vikram (Krishna Public School, Dunda)
1st Runner-up- Vijay Chandel (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
2nd Runner-up- Aman Shukla (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

English Debate Running Trophy - Krishna Public School, Dunda

2. Quiz Winner – The Radiant Way School
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up-Ambuja Vidyapeeth

3. Table Tennis
Winner – Brighton International School
1st Runner-up -Krishna Public School, Dunda
2nd Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa

4. Group Dance Winner –
Vicon School 1st Runner-up- Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
2nd Runner-up- Indus World School

5. Sudoku – (Group –I)
Winner – Aarushi Agrawal(The Aarambh School)
1st Runner-up- Siddharth Sonwani (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up - Sparsh Agrawal (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)

6. Sudoku – (Group –II)
Winner – Nilesh Verma (Ambuja Vidyapeeth)
1st Runner-up- Palak Agrawal (KPS International)
2nd Runner-up- Akshadha Mishra (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

7. Poem Recitation (Group -1)
Winner – Roma A. Chandravanshi (Indus World School)
1st Runner-up- Ananya Singh (KPS International )
2nd Runner-up- Rabiya Ahmed (Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa)

8. Poem Recitation (Group -II)
Winner – Dhruvil Patel (KPS International )
1st Runner-up- Samiksha Barik( Krishna Public School,Dunda)
2nd Runner-up- Ananya Agrawal(Brahmavid)

9. Extempore
Winner – Tins James Thomes (Adarsh Vidyalaya , Mowa )
1st Runner-up- Prakriti Tiwari (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mansi Sharma (Chhattisgarh Public School)

10. Group Song Winner – Krishna Public School, Dunda
1st Runner-up- Delhi Public School, Raipur
2nd Runner-up- Savitri Bai Phule Educational Academy

11. Colouring Competition
Winner – Anushka Gupta (Delhi Public School)
1st Runner-up- Kimaya Mukta (The Aarambh School)
2nd Runner-up- Mitali Rathia (Krishna Public School, Dunda)

12. Art Competition
Winner – Tanishka Sharma (Brahmavid-The Global School)
1st Runner-up- Prachi Dewangan (Chhattisgarh Public School)
2nd Runner-up- Mayank Singh Dhruv (The Radiant Way)

13. Clay Moulding Competition
Winner – Diksha Arora (KPS International )
1st Runner-up - Shreeansh Panda (Vicon School)
2nd Runner-up- Lakshya Raj Sah (Chhattisgarh Public School)

14. Street Play Winner Adarsh Vidyalaya, Mowa
1st Runner-up- KPS International
2nd Runner-up- Agrawal Public School

Best School Trophy –
KPS International , Naya Raipur

We thank all the schools for being a part of this great festival.
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Brighton International School in association with The Times of India presents Mindspark - The Annual Inter- School event. The competition begins tomorrow. Let the bright minds shine. ... See MoreSee Less

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It's a very proud moment for all of us Indians and at the same time we all congratulate Shri Abhijit Banerjee for his Noble Prize in Economics. #inspiration ... See MoreSee Less

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Achievers Brighton International School

Brightonite Arshi Saxena of class XII got the gold medal in squash. at SGFI - Chhattisgarh chapter. Way to go Arshi, keep working hard.
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Vijayadashami shows us that leading a life of reverence finally leads to success and well-being. It goes on to spread the message of the victory of good over evil. Happy Dussehera ... See MoreSee Less

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Goddess Durga represents the victory of good over evil and is said to grant her devotes the positive energy and spiritual qualities necessary to lead a life of happiness. Happy Maha Navmi. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Class II Event: The Power of Positivity
Don't be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.”

If all us could believe in the power of optimism, the power of being good and trust ourselves, we can all be happy beings. The power of being positive was the messaging at the Class event showcased by students of Class II. We thank all the parents who turned out in large numbers to motivate our young brightonites. Here are some pictures from the event.
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Mahatma Gandhi 'Bapu' is just not the name of the greatest Indian ever born, but he is an idea and will stay contextual whenever we discuss anything to do with our society and its people. The immortal ideas about non violence, kindness, forgiveness, love, religion, caste, education and many more such ideas applicable for the nation and its people will never be too old to discuss. A workshop was conducted on 2 Oct 2019, where 42 students from class IX, VII & VIII participated where documentary 'Robaroo Roshni' was showcased followed by skit (made within 15 minutes) by students in groups was presented followed by an open discussion on Gandhian values. Brighton richly pays its homage to India's greatest son and we strongly believe in being the change we want to see in the world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Brighton Lecture Series (BLS)
A session for the Brighton Lecture Series was conducted by Mr Shyam Verma from the PT Education informing students about the various options they have in terms of career and how can they plan for their future. Brighton International School would like to thank Mr Verma for his valuable time.
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"Generations to come, it may well be, will scarce believe that such a man as this one ever in flesh and blood walked upon this Earth.”

― Albert Einstein
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Dear Parents,
You are requested to attend the Partners in Progress Meet on Saturday 5 October 2019 at 11:00 - 14:00 Hrs at the school campus.

This meeting has been arranged for you to meet your child's teacher and discuss his/her progress in school.
If you require more time than the usual for discussion with the the class teacher or other subject's teachers, you may take a prior appointment or schedule a meet for another day from the school office. We look forward for a 100% attendance from your side.
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The 'MIND-SPARK-LING' October
The month of Mahatma also brings together Brighton's own inter-School competition 'Mind Spark' from 18-19 October. The event will witness the best of Schools locking horns to win the coveted trophy of the Best School. The month also features activities like excursion and visits for students.

A festive month with Diwali & Dussehra should get celebrated in style.

Keep shining bright, you Brightonites
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Hurdle Race Activity
Though no hurdle is big enough for Brightonites, but before they clear the big ones in style we made some little one for them to have fun with. Here is the fitness activity conducted for them.
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The Stencil Fun Activity & Shapes Mania
The juniors interacted with stencils and shapes creating multiple images of their own and each one matched the work of Hussain and Tyeb Mehta. Here are the little ones in action
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Story Narration (Kindergarten)
Our activity lab was filled with the sounds of every possible animal from the jungle when the story narration took place for students of the KG section. It was great fun listening to multiple stories with actions combined. Here are some stories in action.
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Visit to the Mall by the Kindergarten Section
Though we know our students know more about the mall than us Teachers put together, but a visit to the nearest Ambuja Mall becomes a place to learn and interact with ideas when escorted with the teacher. Here are our juniors having a mall of a time.
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Community Helpers
A community helper can be defined as any person who helps with our health and overall well-being. But more than this bookish definition its was joy undefined to learn about their roles from our little rockstars. Here are some pictures from the activity.
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हम सब का अभिमान हैं हिंदी, भारत देश की शान हैं हिन्दी,
हिन्दी है भारत की आशा, हिन्दी है भारत की भाषा,
हर भारतीय की शक्ति है हिन्दी, एक सहज अभिव्यक्ति है हिन्दी |

हिन्दी दिवस की बधाई
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Onam is not just an occasion to celebrate and enjoy. It’s also an occasion to remind us of the importance of certain values: the importance of sharing, of protecting Nature, of humility and self-sacrifice, the importance of surrendering ourselves to God. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Brighton International School

Students of Class III got together to remind us off all the blessings around us who keep us afloat. Teachers, Parents, Nature, God, Friends, Siblings, Relatives etc. A very thoughtful and energetic performance from everyone from Class III. ... See MoreSee Less

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The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.
- William Arthur Ward
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On this Chaturthi, 5 life lessons you can learn from Lord Ganesha

1) Duty is above all else.
2) Nobody is more important than one's parents.
3) Forgiveness is the ultimate virtue.
4) You should finish every task you take up.
5) Always stand up for your self-respect.
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The 'Learned' September
Dear Brightonites, This September let's take a day to pay homage to the people who work relentlessly to shape us - our Teachers. A month full of literary activities from Spell Bee, Elocution to Story Narration, lets involve in all the activities with lot of zeal.

Brighton also invites the parents of Class III & KG II on 7 & 28 respectively for the class theme days.

More power to our teachers.
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Brighton started with teaching Fencing to students last year and efforts by PTI Mr Mohnish Verma has started showing the results. We have young talent in the form of Brightonite Riddhima Singh, Arnav Verma in the junior section showing great potential and here are the champions from the senior section Deepanjali Jangre Gold medal in team event and Bronze in Individual event and Shobhit Team event Gold and Individual Bronze. This was at the state level event. We thank Mr Mohnish Verma for this extra effort and the motivation he brings to the fore. More power to him and his disciples. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Chess Master Brightonite Saumya Agrawal is going places. In two of the events held last week, she stood 1st in SGFI (School Games Federation of India) in the U14 girls category and at the Chess competition held at ITM-University, she won the Best Player award. Congratulations Saumya, you deserve this and more. You make your parents and Brighton proud. ... See MoreSee Less

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Janmashtami celebrations

The juniors got together to celebrate the birthday of lord Krishna. Students dressed as Krishna and Radha filled the campus with their divine energy and they all participated in all the activities with a lot of energy and enthusiasm.
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"KarmanyeVadhikaraste Ma PhaleshuKadachana,
Ma Karma PhalaHeturBhurmaTeySangostvaAkarmani"

Translation: Do your duty and be detached from its outcome, do not be driven by the end product, enjoy the process of getting there.

Happy Janmashtami
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Career Seminar Brighton International School

Brighton with support from KIC UnivAssist and IC3 Conference was able to organise an interaction with America Universities for Higher Secondary students where they learnt about the universities and their admission criteria. We would like to thank the following universities for making it to the campus;
- Indiana University Bloomington
- University of Missouri
- Whitworth University
- The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Augustana University
- The University of Utah
- University of Kentucky
- Bryant University
- University of New Haven
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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Dear Parents,
You are requested to attend the Partners in Progress Meet on Sunday 18 August 2019 at 10:00 - 12:00 Hrs at the school campus.

This meeting has been arranged for you to meet your child's teacher and discuss his/her progress in school.

If you require more time than the usual for discussion with the the class teacher or other subject's teachers, you may take a prior appointment or schedule a meet for another day from the school office. We look forward for a 100% attendance from your side.

Regards,
Mrs Jayshree Nair
Principal
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Creating a Rakhi Brighton International School

Juniors got together to create a bond for their loved ones in the form of a Rakhi. Are are some pictures from the activity.
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Making a Tri-colour & Bookmark making activity - The Independence Week 2019 Brighton International School
The tradition at Brighton continued with the celebration of Independence Week, where the entire school participated in various activities throughout. Here are some pictures from the activity.
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The Tricolour making: The Independence Week 2019 Brighton International School
The tradition at Brighton continued with the celebration of Independence Week, where the entire school participated in various activities throughout. Here are some pictures from the flag making activity.
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Poem & Speech Competition - The Independence Week 2019 Brighton International School
The tradition at Brighton continued with the celebration of Independence Week, where the entire school participated in various activities throughout. Students across the Pre Primary, Primary & Middle section participated in Poem & Speech Competition.
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Trailing the colours of the national flag... Saffron, White and Green... let’s stand together for unity, prosperity and peace ... See MoreSee Less

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May this Rakhi day be fun beyond imagination, sweet as chocolates, bright and cheerful as flowers and filled with joy and smiles. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Students (Class VI - VIII)
This year as part of the Annual Excursion, the school will be visiting Jim Corbett National part along with touring the city of Nainital & Ranikhet in the hills. Parents are requested to send their consent by 16 August. This is scheduled around Dusshera.
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May you be guided by your faith in Allah and shine in his divine blessings! May the divine blessings of Allah bring you hope, faith, and joy on Eid Al-Adha and forever. ... See MoreSee Less

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The 'Independent' August
August brings with itself the tradition of Brighton come alive with Independence Week. This 10 Aug - 14 Aug, lets celebrate the colours & culture our country.

Let's respect our freedom.
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The Action never find a place to rest at Brighton. Pedagogy mixed with fun activities is how we learn. Here are a few pictures from all the action that took place last week. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 months ago

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The students of Class IV got together to present the time 'We Care', a theme encompassing students love for nature, Traffic Rules, Save Water, Cleanliness around us, Parents, Friends and love for the disabled. A heart stirring performance enthralled the parents and teachers alike. Students with exceptional performances in Academics and who have maintained 100% attendance were also awarded during the ceremony. ... See MoreSee Less

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“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it, it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.” ... See MoreSee Less

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Sports News : Table Tennis Laurels
Brightonite Ramji Kumar of Class VIII won the Raipur District Monsoon League Sub - Junior level and was also the Runner Up in the Junior Level Tournament. Here he is getting the award at the school assembly from the Vice Principal Ma'am Mrs Neha Sethi. Keep those aces and spins going Ramji, we wish you more success in future.
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Sports News: Tennis Laurels

Brightonite Daksh Jotwani of Class VII & Kushagra Jagwani of Class IX made the school proud by participating in All India Tennis Championship held at Raipur. Kushagra reached the Pre Quarters whereas Daksh made it to the Semi Finals. We are extremely proud of the progress they have made, and wish them all the success going forward.
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Brighton Kindle:
An informative session for students where they learned about Table Manners. Go Brightonites spread good manners everywhere.
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3 months ago

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Cricket Mentoring Brighton International School
Yound cricketrs learning the basics of the Great Game under the able and watchful eyes of our Cricket Coach Mr Sanjiv Prasad Sir.
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Investiture Ceremony at Brighton International School

The new students' council took the oath today with Brightonite Sambhav Jindal and Brightonite Ananya Upadhyay conferred with the responsibility of the School Head Boy & the Head Girl respectively. The council comprises of Deputy Head boy & Deputy Head Girl, along with students performing several important functions. For all the four houses Alpha, Bravo, Charlie & Delta, representatives were elected and declared today.

We hope all those who were given responsibilities will shine and will make thousands under them inspire to take on their mantle tomorrow.
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Screening of 'Life By Chance' Movie for Students of Class XI & XII

Filmmaker Mr K Shiv Kumar screened his short movie for Brightonites and also made students interact with specially gifted students from the Aakanksha India School.

The movie deals with very sensitive topic of Suicides and how can one get away from such negative thoughts. You got one life, give it your best.

We thank Konsole Group for helping us support the cause.
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Making the Paper Bag Competition Brighton International School
Students of Middle Section participated in Paper Bag making competition. This year the Craft department is focussing on making students work on craft which delivers utility other than looking beautiful. Some pictures from the competition.
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Shapes Activity for Students at Brighton International School

Students learnt all about shapes and how they come together in the beautifully thought through Shapes Activity conducted by the teachers.
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Pink Day Celebrations at Nursery Section of Brighton International School

Activity was conducted in the Nursery section highlighting the colour pink, the cuteness was on display with all the junior most students of Brighton turning out in Pink. Some pictures from the Day.
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Tree Plantation at Brighton International School. Students from across classes came together to plant trees inside the school campus. We are very sure, the positive energy is going to rub both ways here. Dear Students, now it is your duty to look after the what you have started. Some pictures from the activity. ... See MoreSee Less

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The way devotees pull the chariots of the Lords, it gives us sanity to realize that we have enough power to shake the world only if we believe in ourselves and unity. ... See MoreSee Less

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“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.”
― Malala Yousafzai, I Am Malala: The Story of the Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban
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3 months ago

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Starting over can be challenging, but also it can be a great opportunity to do things differently. - Catherine Pulsifer.
Brighton International School is proud to be associated with this great short film 'LIFE BY CHANCE' made by KSK Film works Films and supported by Vidvaan Welfare Foundation Konsole Group. We recommend all our patrons to promote this film as much as possible.
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Kindle is an initiative where students learn about the very basic skills to lead their life. Last week Brightonites across different classes learnt about Traffic Rules from the Police Department Chhattisgarh Police छत्तीसगढ़ पुलिस, Basics of Banking from the Experts from Kotak Mahindra Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. , Ironing their Clothes from their teachers and students of Primary classes learnt how to take care of their books and notebooks by covering them with Paper. Here are pictures from various sessions. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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Students and Parents of Class V came together to celebrate the theme 'Techno World' and touched upon several facets of our modern day lives. We thank all the parents for taking out time to support and motivate our students. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

Brighton International School

Brighton International School, Shahdol started off yesterday. We would like to congratulate the entire team of promoters Sachin GuptaManish KejriwalShantanu GuptaAjay VijraPrabhat Gupta, the Staff and the Principal Ritu Choudhary. On the behalf of the Brighton Raipur family, students, staff and parents we wish you great success in future.

Phenomenal job done in terms of building and infrastructure. Let's now bring together the values of Brighton for students at Shahdol.
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Saving Earth Skit By Class V
In a special assembly students of Class V enacted in a skit emphasising on the value of caring for our environment. Here is a picture summary.
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TUG of War Activity for Class I -
The students of Class I locked horns in the battle of the strongest by working in teams pulling away the rope and stretching themselves by giving it all they have in terms of energy. Tug of war - a happy fun activity by Class I students conducted last Saturday.
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Bye - Bye Summer Activity
Summer vacations has to give way to schools and honestly schools can be fun. Students of Kindergarten came dressed in their summer clothing and bid farewell to summers and ushered in rains in a joyful way. Here is a slice of that fun in pictures.
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Welcome to 'Lead' July
July is a month where the leaders among Brightonites will take the centre stage and announce themselves to the world at the investiture ceremony. A month full of activities will showcase Poster Making for seniors to Palm printing for the juniors. We also invite all the parents of Class V to come celebrate the class theme - 'Techno World' on 6th July 2019.

Have an edu-taining July.
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YLAC India - Young Leaders for Active CitizenshipOxfam India today launched The Equality Club at Brighton International School.

About Equality Club: The idea is to familiarize students with the different types of inequalities – gender, economic, religious or otherwise – that exist in society, help build empathy and appreciation of one’s own privilege, and most importantly, inspire students to take action.

This program will run for a period of One year at Brighton sensitising students about various such inequalities in our society and help them asses their roles and behaviour.

Here are some pictures from the event. We would like to thank YLAC & OXFAM for this brilliant initiative.
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You cannot Always Control what goes on Outside,
But you can Always Control what goes on inside…’
**Best Wishes for International Yoga Day**
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Dear Brightonites,
June is when we resume, let's get back to the place where we listen, laugh and learn. We welcome you all to the place which miss you most when you are not there to the campus. June brings the flavour of Yoga along with Tug of War and activities you would love to indulge in.

24 June is the day.
We wish you all a Happy Academic Session 2019-20.
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Great News
At the State Level U-14 U-17 Fencing Championship
- Brightonite Riddhima Singh class III won 1 Gold Medal and 1 Bronze Medal in two seprate events
- Brightonite Nachiket Tandi of class V won 1 Bronze Medal

Weel done Riddhima & Nachiket, and congratulation to Mr Mohnish Verma their coach and Teacher and their parents.

Keep fighting brightonites
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My wish for you on this Eid,
My peace and joy embrace your life,
And stay on this blessed day and always. Ameen!
Eid Mubarak!
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The most important principle of environment is that you are not the only element. Lord Mahavira ... See MoreSee Less

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Because tobacco is responsible for an impressive one-third of cancers, prevention efforts naturally begin with it. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.

Buddha
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God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.
Rudyard Kipling
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We would like to congratulate all the Brightonites who have done well in their Class XII & Class X CBSE Board Exams.

For Class X
Brighton International School has once again outshined in academics by securing 100% result in AISSE 2019. 63 students out of 74 passed the examination in first division where 32 students secured more than 80%. School topper Dhananjay Tamrakar secured 95.8% followed by Harsh Prithwani (94.8%), Shrajoy Sur and Shreyansh Murathiya securing 93.6%.
The highest scores procured by the students in English and Sanskrit are 99 as well as 98, 95 & 97 in Mathematics, Science and Social Studies respectively. Hindi took a lead with 100 as the highest score.

Class XII
School has produced 96% overall result and 64% students have passed with First Division marks. Amodit Verma from the Biology Section has secured 94.8% to top the school. Other notable performance are from Neha Sahu - Commerce 90.2%, Samriti Thakur- Bio - 89.8%.
The highest marks scored are as follows, English 90, Physics 95, Chemistry 95, IP 99, PE 95, Political Science 95, Geography 89, Economics 97, Business Studies 93, Accountancy 89

For those who have tried hard but have not achieved what they desired, always remember this is just a pit stop not the destination. Stay Strong, stay motivated and the world will judge you where you end not on the journey in between.

You all make us proud.

Heartiest congratulations to all the students & teachers !
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The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence. Rabindranath Tagore ... See MoreSee Less

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There is no substitute for hard work. Never give up. Never stop believing. Never stop fighting. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Parents,
We have completely made our Fee Payments convenient for you and we use all the possible interfaces to help you pay.

You can Pay Fee through the following;

1. Scanning Bharat QR Code

2. VPA - Brighton@kotak using any payments or Banking mobile app

3. Using Brighton's Mobile Application

4. Accessing Brighton's website brightoninternational.in/fee-payment/

5. POS Machine at the School

6. Online - NEFT/RTGS/IMPS Transfer
Account name: Brighton International School
Bank: Kotak Mahindra Bank
Branch: Pandri, Raipur
IFSC Code: KKBK0006402
Bank Account Number: 5412211044

7. Cash & Cheque

We encourage you to make use of these details and do let us know if we can help you in any way. For any query, kindly get in touch with our admin office.

Thanks for your rock solid support as always.

Regards,
Team Accounts Brighton International School
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“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.”
― Jorge Luis Borges
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Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money. Let's think and act on this Earth Day. ... See MoreSee Less

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May you find the renewal of hope, health, love and the spirit of God. Brighton International School wishes Happy Easter to you and your lovely family. ... See MoreSee Less

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There is a magical aura about Lord Hanuman that fascinates you as a child and helps you discover the larger purpose of life as you grow up. May his blessings always be on us! Happy Hanuman Jayanti to everyone. ... See MoreSee Less

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He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.

Remember the Sacrifice on Good Friday.
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6 months ago

Brighton International School

To celebrate the rite of passage, Parents, Teachers came together to celebrate the promotion of Kindergarten students to primary School. A lovely affair where all students participated with lot of enthusiasm and vigour. We thank all the parents for supporting us. Great work by the Staff members of the Junior School . ... See MoreSee Less

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“Do not injure, abuse, oppress, enslave, insult, torment, torture, or kill any creature or living being.” Let's live in peace and remember the teachings of the Great Lord Mahavir. ... See MoreSee Less

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How Time flies is still a mystery to all of us, in order to create a bookmark, let's come together to celebrate the Graduation of our children studying in KG II to Primary School. Dear Parents, we welcome you to School Auditorium at 10:00 Hrs - 16 April 2019, Tuesday at Brighton International School for the Juniors' Graduation Ceremony. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are Indians, firstly and lastly. Let's remember the founding father of our constitution. Babasaheb Ambedkar ... See MoreSee Less

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May Lord Ram Shower his blessings on you and your Family, Brighton International School wishes joy, Harmony and Prosperity
on Ram Navmi for you and your Family.
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Brighton is pleased to announce the arrival of Mrs. Jayshree Nair as the Principal of Brighton International School, Raipur. Mrs. Nair is an energetic and dynamic leader who has a passion for innovation and pedagogy & she has been instrumental in building Brighton during its foundation years 2012-2017.

As we begin a new chapter, Brighton International will grow tremendously from her leadership.
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Dear Parent,
Brighton proudly announces association with Parenting Varta is an interactive session being conducted in Raipur by Dr. Ajit & Dr Varsha Varwandkar.

The theme of the session is to make parent aware about the LEARNING NATURE of their kids.

It's a 2 hour interaction scheduled on Saturday, 30th March at venue: 36Inc, 3rd Floor, Central Mall, Pandri, Raipur. Entry is FREE but pre-registration is must

Registration Link:
goo.gl/Zjw4iY

We would recommend you to participate in this session.
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The festival of colours teaches humankind to transcend above the caste and creed. It is a festival to forget old grievances and meeting others with great warmth & high spirit. Brighton International School wishes all of you a very Happy and Colourful Holi. ... See MoreSee Less

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"I am DIFFERENT, but not LESS" - Respect comes first, Always. Brighton International School celebrates World Disability Day. ... See MoreSee Less

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"Empower woman, empower the human community. The base on which the world stands is a woman.” ― Brighton International School wishes you all a Happy Women’s Day. ... See MoreSee Less

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May the glory of the divine Shiva, remind us of our capabilities and help us attain success. Jai Shiva Shankar. Happy Maha Shivratri. ... See MoreSee Less

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All the best Brightonites.

We wish all our Students the very best for their Annual Exams. Here is a poem by our faculty Mrs Sayunkta Gandhi which she has penned down for the students. We thank her for her contribution.

Wake up

Wake up as the morning is new and sun is shining on the dew.

Wake up as the wishes are more and yesterday's problems are few.

Wake up to rise again as the fresh start is replacing the freak outs.

Wake up as today might be the best day of this year as the people who are making it best are also waking up too.

Wake up to see the texture of dawn as the dusk is already taken the plight in your direction.

Wake up as somebody is praying for your welfare as those hands are always asking of few things from God.

Wake up to give one smile at least to one person as there are so many to smile back to you.

Wake up because I want to see the spark in you as opportunities have already started knocking your door.

Wake up because I waited for the night to be over as I can not start my day without saying that " I LOVE You. You are MY STRENGTH, .I WANT TO BE YOUR STRENGTH".

Wake up as I want to hear something similar too.

Wake up my child .
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8 months ago

Brighton International School

The sweetest word in the School Calendar - 'Picnic', and doesn't matter where it happens, it's always special. Here are some moments of pure joy from the picnic by Primary Class at Naya Raipur on 9 Feb. ... See MoreSee Less

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