Notice Board

  • NOTICE Consequences for not applying for Informed Leave Absence The school has specially designed a system for the students for intimating the school of their absence which is known as "Informed Leave Absence". A student is expected to maintain the desired percentage of attendance ranging between 75% to 80% in each academic session (depending on the class) failing which he/she is liable to be dealt with as per school rules given in the school Diary. After having been absent if the system reflects “A” i.e. Absent even after 3 days of Absence it shows that student has not applied for Informed absence. Some of Consequences of “A” being reflected in the system are given below:- 1. The student will be classified as disregarding the school rules/regulations repeatedly. 2. The school authorities have the right to treat it as a case of gross indiscipline. 3. Such irresponsible / in disciplined conduct coupled with a subsequent attempt at claiming the leave on medical grounds, as afterthought, shall not be entertained. Relevant rules as applicable may be applied on the student. 4. Such slipshod approach of a child would reflect his lack of interest in academics. This is a very serious issue and be noted accordingly by all. Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
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House System

 The school has four houses named after famous national leaders Tagore (represented by the colour Yellow), Patel (represented by the colour Red), Nehru (represented by the colour Green) and Gandhi (represented by the colour Blue).

The resultant effect thereof is evident from the healthy competitive spirit that is ushered in between the said houses / Students.

The House system has great advantages of breaking a large community into smaller, more personal units,

and thereby building a sense of loyalty and healthy competition.

We seek to install values and have our students emulate them though our House System. Each student and

staff member is placed in a "House" in The BGES School ( ICSE), remains in the House until they leave.

Each House has an even distribution of varied groups, cultures, boys and girls.


The goals of the House System are to :

Promote healthy participation and competition in many activities.

Provide opportunities for students from all cultures to interact and collaborate in a positive, constructive

manner. To inspire students to adopt the ideals and philosophies of the people after whom the houses are named, and to lead and contribute to the society in similar ways.


Benefits of the House System :


Student Focus: each student is treated as an individual – not just one more student in a large group.

A caring, supportive environment: each student becomes a valued member of a small 'family unit' within a larger 'family' within the whole school.

Respect, consideration and courtesy: Support for the vast majority of our students who already want to learn and behave.

Positive self esteem amongst students and value of the ethos of the school community.

Equality of opportunity and encouragement to realize an individual's full potential.

Building of an individual's strength within a group and bonds with other students of all ages.

Peer support to combat bullying.


Promotion of the 'Student Voice,' Student Responsibility, Team skills, Leadership skills and Co-operation.

Extra-Curricular activities which enrich broaden and round off the experience of our students.

Development of personal and social skills and well being.

From the Headmaster's desk

Welcome to The BGES School website. I appreciate your interest in The BGES, and I hope you will enjoy your time here learning about its members.

Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
House System

The school has four houses named after famous national leaders Tagore, Patel, Nehru and Gandhi.

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