• 05/04/2024

    Class IV

    Dear Parents,

    This is to inform you that the students of Class IV will be taken on a field trip to Victoria Square on Elgin Road, Kolkata -700017 on Monday, 8th and Tuesday, 9th April 2024.

    The objective of the field trip is to help children observe and understand the different types of plants in their natural environment. Their respective Science teachers and parent volunteers will accompany them.

    The schedule for the field trip is as follows:

    Date: Monday, 8th April 2024 Classes IV A and IV D

              Tuesday, 9th April 2024 Classes IV B and IV C

    Time: 8:20 a.m. – 8:50 a.m. 

    The trip will be undertaken subject to weather conditions.

    Yours sincerely

    Mrs. V. Panja

    I agree to send my daughter ____________________________________________of Class IV Section ________ for the trip to Victoria Square on Elgin Road, Kolkata 700017 on Monday, 8th / Tuesday, 9th April, 2024.


                                                                                                            Parent’s Signature

    NB: While all reasonable measures and care for the safety of the students will be taken by the school, the Management does not accept any liability in the course of travel during such excursions or in case of any accident, theft, personal injury and/or illness.

  • Classes I - VIII

    Dear Parents,

    We, at Sushila Birla Girls’ School, have always worked towards supporting the wellbeing of our students. The heavy weight of the school bag is, therefore, a matter of concern for the school as well as the parents.

    Certain suggestions were offered by some of the parents and teachers during a meeting in this regard. The following measures might prove to be beneficial to the students:

         • Textbooks can be shared by a pair of students.

         • Students are allowed to leave some of the books in their classrooms.

         • They can photocopy the chapter being done in class and bring the same instead of the whole book.

         • Students can bring a separate handbag so that the weight of the bag is divided.

         • They should carry water bottles with straps. Encourage them to drink water from the school to avoid carrying heavy water bottles.

         • They should strictly abide by the time table.

         • Students should be encouraged to repack their bags on a daily basis to avoid carrying unnecessary articles.

         • They should not carry heavy pencil pouches, tiffin boxes etc. to school.

    If all or even some of the above can be followed, we are sure it will reduce the weight of the bag.

    Yours sincerely, 

    K Dey

  • Classes VI – VIII

    Dear Parents,

    This is to inform you that Hobby activities are compulsory for Classes VI – VIII.  Given below   is the list of hobby activities your ward may enroll in for the academic session 2024-25:

    •  Book

      Science and Nature


    •  Quiz


      Adventure and Tourism





     Debate (Class VIII)

     Public speaking (Class VI and VII)

     French (Class VI and VII)

    • German (Class VI and VII)

    You are requested to fill the consent form given below and submit the same to your daughter’s Class Teacher by 8th  April, 2024.

    Also,  please note that though your daughter's choice will be considered, we do not want any particular activity to be oversubscribed.  Therefore, she might have to enroll herself in another hobby activity other than her preferred ones .

    Thank you,

    Yours sincerely,

    K Dey


    My daughter _________________________________ of Class _________ Section ______ would like to opt for the following club:

    Preference  1   ___________________________________

    Preference  2   ___________________________________                                                                                                                                                   



                                                                                                             Parent’s Signature

  • Classes IV - VIII

    Dear Parents,

    Participating in robotics activities will ignite children's interest in science and technology. Through hands-on science and engineering tasks, students will have fun while learning naturally.

    Please take note of the following details:

    - Robotics classes will be conducted during designated activity periods within school hours.

    - At the end of the academic year, students will be allowed to take their robotics kits home.

    - The maximum capacity for this activity is 30 students.

    - There will be no refunds for students who discontinue participation midway through the academic session.

    - Admission of new students into the activity will be subject to a selection process.


    Fee Structure:

    - New students enrolling for the Robotics activity for the 2024-2025 session will be charged

    Rs.4,700/-, which includes a take-away Robotic Kit.

    - For  students who were part of the robotics activity in the session 2023-24, the fee structure is as follows:

      - For Classes IV - V: Rs.3,700/-

      - For Classes VI - VIII: Rs.4,200/-

    If you wish to enroll your daughter in this activity, please sign the attached consent form and submit it to the respective class teachers by Friday, April 5th, 2024.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    Yours sincerely,

    K. Dey


    Consent Form:

    I, the parent of _________________________________, in Class ____ Section_____, hereby give consent for my daughter to participate in the Robotics Activity during the academic

    session 2024-25.

    Parent’s signature: _________________ Date:___________

  • Class VI

    Dear Parents,

    In accordance with the recommendations of CBSE, the school offers the students of Classes VI the following as optionals for the subject  “Art Education” :

    1. Art and Craft
    2. Dance
    3. Music :  (i) Eastern Vocal   (ii) Western Vocal

    It is mandatory for every student to select one of the above which will be assessed under the umbrella term of Art Education.

    Please note that once the choice has been made, your daughter is expected to continue with the subject till Class X.

    Kindly fill up the form given below and return it to your daughter’s Class Teacher by Monday, 8th April 2024.


    K Dey


    My daughter ____________________________________ of Class ____________ Section ________ will pursue ___________________________ for Art Education from the

    academic session 2024-25.


                                                                                                                       Parent’s Signature 

  • Lower K.G. – Class V

    Dear Parents,

    The students of Class V have created a menu for the months of April & May 2024 to promote healthy eating habits, keeping in mind the nutritional requirements and taste. Please follow it from Monday 08.04.24.               





    Veg noodles



     Carrot, beans and cabbage are rich in fibre and iron.


     Chickoo is an instant source of energy and loaded with vitamins.


    Veg upma



     A bowl of upma has fibre, vitamins, and healthy fats.


     Banana are a rich source of fibre and potassium


    Veg Chivda




    Cucumber slices

     Many Chivda recipes include nuts like almonds, cashews, and peanuts, contributing healthy fats, protein, and essential nutrients.


    Cucumbers are good for Hydration & Detoxification.


    Roti and bhindi sabzi/ lady finger vegetable




    Chaas / buttermilk

    Bhindi masala and roti is a delicious Indian dish that consists of bhindi cooked with herbs, and spices which are consumed with roti. The main ingredient, bhindi, is a low-GI food, rich in fibre.  It helps in regulating blood sugar levels.


    Buttermilk helps to relieve acidity and improves digestion.


    Sabudana, banana, potato and peanut tikki



     Sabudana is a good source of energy, easy to digest, prevents constipation.


     Watermelon keeps us hydrated due to its high-water content.




























    Please note:

    • The quantity of the food packed should be appropriate to the appetite of your child.
    • A napkin must be carried to school daily.
    • Fork/ spoon should be carried every day.
    • Packaged food items should not be sent.
    • Minimum oil should be used.
    • It is advisable to give extra tiffin to the students on the days they have afternoon activity.



    Sabudana Tikki 

    • ½ cup soaked sabudana / sago / tapioca
    • 1 boiled and mashed raw banana
    • 1 large potato, boiled and peeled
    • ¼ cup peanuts / groundnuts, roasted & crushed
    • 1 inch ginger, finely chopped
    • 1 green chilli, finely chopped
    • 2 tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
    • ¼ tsp cumin powder / jeera powder
    • ½ tsp aamchur / dry mango powder
    • salt to taste
    • 6 tsp oil, for roasting



    •     firstly, take soaked sabudana in large mixing bowl

    •     add in 1 large boiled and grated potato and raw banana.

    •     also add ¼ cup crushed peanuts, 1 inch ginger, 1 chilli, 2 tbsp coriander leaves, ¼ tsp cumin powder, ½ tsp aamchur and salt to taste.

    •     combine, mix and mash well with your hand.

    •     now prepare small flat patties.

    •     roast the sabudana tikki (patties) on medium hot tawa.

    •     spread few tsp of oil, for even roasting.

    •     finally, serve sabudana tikki with tomato sauce or green chutney.

    Thank you,

    Yours sincerely,

    V Panja