INDIAN INTERNATIONAL MODEL UNITED NATIONS (IIMUN) Jodhpur Chapter Conference, the first of it type in Jodhpur , was held in BODHI International School from 17th July til 19th July 2015. Various schools participated in the same by sending the student delegates to the 3 days conference. The Conference and Committees saw a huge turn out of opinions, debatings and co-operative discussions in global issues like Drone attacks, The Syrian withdrawl and many more.. St. Annes School Jodhpur secured the best delegation trophy( winning trophy).
“ Espirit ‘d Ete’ “
17thMay, 2015------ 31stMay,2015
Summer comes and with it comes the pangs of handling the children. Don’t worry… Bodhi international school is ready with the bonanza of “ Espirit d’ Ete’ “for them . The school is organizing the summer camp for your wards as well as others with loads of activities to learn and do, to sweat it out as well as play with colours , papers, robots etc.
The particulars are as follows:-
Age – 8yrs to 16yrs.
Timing for the camp and transport – 7.am to 12 noon.
Brunch facility is available on payment
Registration begins from 7thMay to 14thMay2015.
Summer camp begins from 17thMay2015 to 31stMay2015.
Enquiry can be made on_7665431120____8290752002
Enquiry can be made during school time till 3pm only.
Attractions:- Beat boxing and Dance will be supervised and directed by Abhimanyu Singh and Aparna ,actor and choreographer from Bollywood, participants and finalists of Nach Balliye. They are the only Beatboxing live band in India.
Photography :- Atul Chaubey, Mumbai, 15 years into commercial photography , winner of the National Award in 2012 and a Senior faculty at Photography Society of India.
Adventure Sport:- By National Adventure Foundation, an NGO proudly run by Mr Magan Bissa, world renowned Para-Sailing controller and Mountaineer.
Wushu:- Rohit Teji, a National winner.
Boxing:- Neha Singh Bhambu, six times consecutive state champion and 5 times National participant.
Chess Boxing :- Mr Irfan , 5 times consecutive National Champion.
Soccer:- Renowned Nigerian Coach
Tennis:- Coach from Mahesh Bhupati’s Tennis academy
Basketball :- Mr Nitesh Kumar , National Player
Robotics:- Lego kids
Chess: Mr. Arif, is a National Player, International FIDE rating, national referee.
Skating:- Mr Kapil Gehlot, Inter- National Gold Medalist in Roll-Ball, 22 times world record holder in various fields of Strength – Stamina and participant in “Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega.” Also featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Art, Craft, Music, Dance, Theater, Kick-Boxing, Squash, Finesse Class, Table Tennis, Basketball are also available.
Being a Bodhian , you get the privilege to choose the slot first, but you should have been registered by 9thMay or else you will be treated like others and then it will be first –come- first- serve basis.
Halloween at Bodhi International School
“East meets West “is the theme of the year for Bodhi International School. Keeping that in mind the school had organized a cultural festival full of Indian folk dances in October, on 1st November the school organized a Halloween Party for the young Bodhians. Before organizing the same the Teachers introduced the theme of Halloween and explained the nitty-gritties of the celebration.
The party went off very well as the venue was decorated with witches, skeletons and pumpkins. Children also came disguised themselves as vampires, skeletons, witches etc. Various games were planned for the students. They enjoyed the dark room dancing and cherished the special delicacies served to them.
The Buds & Blossoms of Bodhi joined the party. The youngest members of Bodhi danced on various ghostly numbers.
An Art & Science exhibition was organised by the students of Bodhi International School on 30th September, 2014 in the school premises. Parents appreciated the efforts of the children. The exhibits included the paintings made by the students in Art Fest, the miniscules made by them in Robotics and the models of various scientific elements from the lessons in Science.
The students of BODHI International School enjoyed the begining of Navratri festival with thrill. Dressed up in tradional attire, 9 girls from the middle wing spoke about the 9 incarnations of Maa Durga. Kids from BUDS & BLOSSOMS added their part by playing Garba.