Each child is encouraged to develop his own potential to the maximum and perform his best. The goal is to de-emphasize competition as the only motivating factor for achievement.

Children are encouraged to work responsibly and independently. There is stress on "participation by all in all" activities.

The School organises a host of activities and events such as:


         Variety Entertainment

         Class Assemblies where children plan and stage a programme

         Debates- Hindi and English

         Elocution - Hindi and English

         General Knowledge Quizzes

         Children's' Day, Project Day, Art and Craft exhibition

         Science Oriented Activities


         Participation in the Cathedral Model United Nations  Programme

         Participation in the Harvard Model United Nations Programme

         Participation in inter-school sports, debates, art, elocution and dramatics

         Educational Tours and Excursions

         Photography Club

         Hiking Club

Harvard Model United Nations (H.M.U.N.)

The Harvard Model United Nations Session (H.M.U.N.), held in Boston every December, invites the School to participate in the Mock or Simulated sessions of the United Nations General Assembly and/or its specialised agencies. A group of students accompanied by a teacher participate in these sessions. It gives students a new perspective to problems and helps them gain a better insight into petty, parochial in-fighting that besets World politics.

Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC)   & Seeds Of Peace Programme

Several of our students qualify and participate in the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) regularly in Washington, D.C.  and New York city.

The B.I.S students have been selected regularly to take part in the Seeds of Peace Programme in Maine, U.S.A.  This programme is to build understanding between the school children from nations at war or with soured diplomatic relations with each other