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R. B. Academy at a glance

Address & Location

5, Staveley Road,
Pune 411 001
(020) 2636 0368 or
96573 70101

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School hours

8.10am to 12.10pm

Nursery, Jr. Kg., Sr. Kg.

Sub Jr. NIOS, Jr. NIOS, Sr. NIOS

7.30am to 12.40pm

Std. 1st to Std. 10th

12.30pm to 4.00pm

Jacana (Special Section)

Conveyance

Although the school has a bus and a van, availability will depend on routes and timings. Please enquire from the school.


The School

The school

Meant for children from the ages of 2 years 6 months to 18 years, the school is co-educational, with classes starting from the Playgroup to Standard 12. Students in Standard 10 have the option of appearing for the Maharashtra State Board, Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or the National Institute of Open School Examination (NIOS).

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Campus

School campus

The physical environment of the campus is in keeping with the educational approach of the school. Low rise non-intimidating buildings, open common areas and shade trees – all create a warm, nurturing atmosphere which makes it possible for students to learn and grow naturally. Special care is taken to make the maximum use of available spaces. Because the campus is relatively small, it demands a creative design of activities.

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Classrooms

Classrooms

Ever since the school began effort has been made to keep classroom spaces a comfortable size in order to accommodate students and leave adequate free space so as not to restrict movement. Display charts, wall pictures, instructional material, bring alive the interiors, with a premium placed on the creative efforts of students themselves.

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Staff

Roxanne Quadros (Principal)

The Rewachand Bhojwani Academy is fortunate to have a team of highly skilled, trained and experienced professionals who not only meet Education Board requirements but also possess a sensitivity which sets them apart in a special way. The age range is wide, giving life at school the breadth of experience as well as the robustness of youth.

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Recent events

Past events

6th February :: Run For Fun event photographs

26th January 2015 :: Republic Day Celebration


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The Republic Day Celebration at The RBA were kicked off with the children and entire staff assembling under the canopy at 7.20 am. Teachers were dressed in their all-white salwar kameez and a dupatta which was orange, green or white. The prayer was followed by the flag hoisting and the singing of the nation anthem. All the performances that followed were around the theme of patriotism which included a skating presentation by Std IV, a speech by Std V, group dance by Std VI, speech in Marathi by Std V and group song by Jr. NIOS. The teachers too participated in the activities by singing a song for their students. Echoing the patriotism felt by all, the day’s events were concluded by a singing of Vande Mataram.

As a part of Alumni’s Day, Randhir Sir had a chance to address the past students.

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22nd January 2015 :: Bird watching


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Students of Std III, Woodpeckers, had an opportunity to go Bird watching on 22nd Jan. to Bungalow No. 9. They were taken on a tour by the owner of the Bungalow Mr. Vishwajeet Naik who is an ardent bird lover and has many visiting his garden. He taught the children the importance of keeping bird houses and answered many questions the children asked about the different species of birds. He also keeps many exotic species of birds. Overall the children responded with enthusiasm. They had a chance to learn about bird calls of different species and were able to collect many brightly coloured feathers. The visit ended with Mr. Naik showing them how to build a bird house and the children were excited to go home and build them over the weekend.

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20th January 2015 :: Field trip to Katraj Zoo

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The little children of Pre-Primary & Jacana visited the zoo on the 20th of January. They were excited and keen to see the different birds and animals and were very happy to see the animals from their books in real life. At the Zoo they sat on a buggy and were taken on an entire tour which gave them a chance to see all the different animals the zoo had to offer. Some of them included Tigers, Sloth bears, Leaopards, Spotted Deers and Elephants. After lunch the children got a chance to see the tortoises eating their own lunch of carrots, cucumber and spinach. When asked about their favourite animal the children were unanimous about their choice - the Tiger. After coming back to school the children were still bubbling about their experiences and wished to go back to the zoo again.

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• Std X citation ceremony • Holi celebration organized by PTA

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