• A peek into the all new school building.....

  • A five storey ‘Green Building’ with airy corridors and break out spaces on all floors.

  • Wi-Fi enabled campus

  • An open air amphitheatre and an auditorium with full-fledged theatre space for performances and video projections with dedicated green rooms

  • Dedicated EYFS space with 6000 sq feet of safety play surface, a splash pool, an amphitheatre and a sand pit for outdoor activities and learning.

  • Multi utility sports field with newly laid Astroturf.

  • Uniform Shop , Tuck shop and snack shop in the premises.

  • Specialist rooms and facilities for Science, Art, Music, Drama and Computers and Science laboratories (including one specifically dedicated for IB students)

  • An air – conditioned, well equipped cafeteria of international standards serving organic meals using seasonal and flavourful ingredients. Capacity of over 200, separate serveries for the Primary and Secondary sections and wet kitchen provision

  • Dance studio and activity room for Primary

  • Half Olympic size outdoor covered swimming pool with heating

  • Spacious purpose built classrooms equipped with projectors and interactive white boards designed for maximum utilisation of daylight

  • Multi-level, spacious library spread over three floors

  • Purpose built IB Centre with an IB Hall and IB quiet study room for students

  • 16. Air purification system in all enclosed areas

  • A state-of-the-art multipurpose air - conditioned indoor sports complex with a well-equipped mini gym

Latest Stories

The school launched its first Online Magazines – an outcome of the hard work put in by the multimedia team, staff advisors, and student and teacher contributors. Student passionately articulated their ambitions for this project which aims to give academic and creative voice a central space in our learning dialogues. ‘Footprints and Frontiers’ is the first magazine in which students submit their creative and academic writing or artwork/photography and Blueprint is the magazine for the sharing of community experiences and thoughts.
We are extremely excited and proud to announce the fantastic university acceptances the graduating class of 2016 has received. This year's cohort has obtained acceptances into Oxbridge and 7 out of 8 Ivy League universities. Students among the top 10 % of the cohort, have all been placed at either Ivy League colleges or Oxbridge. Conditional offers from the UK have come in from The University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Imperial College, London School of Economics, Royal Veterinary College etc. From the USA, students have received unconditional acceptances from Harvard, Columbia, Yale, U Penn, Princeton, Cornell, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, Berkley School of Music, to name some. Students applying to Hong Kong have achieved a 100 % success rate with HKU, HKUST and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. This is a wonderful achievement for our students. Congratulations to them, their teachers and the guidance counsellors who have helped them in this journey.
The school hosted yet another CIE session for other schools in History. We had participants from 12 schools on 18 and 19 March for these sessions.
Tne British School International Day was a stupendous success this year too. Food stalls representing different countries, games, commercial stalls and brilliant performances by students, staff and parents made a the day a joyful experience for all. It was truly a showcase of the multi cultural community that we celebrate !
Students of Key Stage 3 and Years 5 and 6 collaborated in a science learning activity called ‘Explora’ in which the theme ‘Science makes the world go round’ allowed them to learn to be citizens of tomorrow in a world increasingly enabled by science and technology. Our students planned and displayed a range of fantastic interactive projects.
The annual Alumni reunion was a great success with more than 200 ex students and staff gathering at the school on the evening of 8 January. A wonderful opportunity for all to reconnect with each other and their teachers and reminisce about their time in school.
On the 75th birth anniversary of Mansoor Ali Khan (Tiger) Pataudi, The British School hosted a Tiger Memorial Cricket Match to commemorate the great cricketer. The match was held on the morning of 5 January, Oxford Cambridge team vs Public Schools. At the end of a riveting 20-20 game the Public Schools team emerged victorious (scored 221 runs) and the Man of the Match was Subroto Malik with 76 runs and not out. A short prize giving ceremony and a few speeches, namely Bishan Singh Bedi's warm words of tribute to Tiger Pataudi, were followed by lunch in the cafeteria. All in all a smashing day befitting the Nawab of Cricket!
The Governors’ Awards were instituted by the Board of Governors to acknowledge academic excellence of students in external examinations in the IGCSE and the IB. This ceremony was held on 16 December and we had the privilege of hosting the Canadian High Commissioner, HE Mr Nadir Patel as the chief guest. There are nine students in all who received this award.
The Nursery and Reception students put up a fantastic concert to bring in Christmas and New Year cheer. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Student Council of 2015 passed on the baton of student voice to the newly elected Council who will take charge of their roles from January 2016. After frenzied campaigning and election speeches, the new Council was proudly badged in the presence of their parents and the school community.
We are delighted to host our first International Young Round Square Conference from 1 to 4 December 2015. The conference encompasses students aged 10 to 11 years. More than 100 participants from 14 Round Square member schools are attending this conference. The theme of the conference is ‘Breaking Walls’ - Nothing is Impossible.
We are delighted to report that the IB results have been record breaking this year with the entire Class of 2015 having achieved an excellent set of IB results . Apart from the one student who garnered a perfect score of 45, there are two more students who have achieved 44 points! The average grade achieved by our students is now 36 points out of a possible 45 – the world average grade is roughly 29 points. The number of students with 30+ points is 77%, with 56% of the year group achieving 35+ points and over. 23% of the year group achieved 40 points and over, recording an 8% increase over 2014.
We are delighted to announce that Simone Tandon has achieved a full score of 45 in the IB exams of 2015. Simone had been a student of The British School since Reception. Thrilled about the excellent result, she said, ‘Getting 45/45 points in the IB has been more than a dream...


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