• A peek into the 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 largely organic meals using seasonal ingredients and prepared fresh in the kitchen. Capacity of over 200, separate serveries for the Primary and Secondary sections.

  • Dance studio and activity room for Primary

  • 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

  • Air purification system in all enclosed areas

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

  • Half Olympic size, six lane swimming pool, with heating, designed for use all round the year

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TBS is participating in Sadhguru’s 'Rally for Rivers' initiative and 480 students created a collaborative Art Installation. Students from Years 1 to 6, aged 5-11 years of age made paper boats, birds, fish and trees using Japanese Origami techniques, especially for this initiative by the Isha Foundation. The noble cause of conserving rivers found a platform for discussion and spread awareness in our school community.
Students of Year 13 Noor Takkar and Siya Malhotra, founders of 'My Voice My Vote' have helped many exercise their right to franchise. Keep up the good work.
Fifteen students from Years 12 & 13 participated in the Doon School MUN and returned with prizes for Outstanding and best delegates and one high commendation. Well done!
Congratulations to students of Years 9 and 10 who participated in the Biology Challenge 2017 organised by the Royal Society of Biology and brought back 26 prizes including the Gold certificate. The gold certificate will be presented in a special ceremony to Simran Patel at IET Savoy Place, London in July 2017.
The British School hosted the ABRSM High Scorers Concert on Saturday, 1 April 2017. Our Director, Vanita Uppal OBE was the Chief Guest. It was an evening of phenomenal music showcased by very talented young students.
The British School International Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm.The school community came around in large numbers to showcase its multicultural diversity for a day of fun, food,games and performances and the fantastic raffle prizes.
The school was buzzing today with a science exposition of research and displays done by students of Key Stages 2 and 3 on the theme “ Go Green”.
As thought leaders, The British School led a forum on PSHE and SEN hosting 50 attendees from 13 schools across India.
The school was honoured to have the British High Commissioner, H E Sir Dominic Asquith inaugurate the new campus of the school. It was indeed a momentous occasion in the school's history. We also welcomed Dr Alexander Evans who presented awards for outstanding academic achievement in the IGCSE/IB examinations.
We are delighted to welcome 100 students from nine schools from all across South Asia for the fifth BSMUN. The theme this year is 'Safe and healthy environment for one and all.'
We are so proud so announce that Arjun Tapasvi has topped the country in the IGCSE exams, Music and History AND scored the highest grades in the WORLD! Cherrise D’Souza has topped the country in First Language English and Junho Myung has topped the country in ESL. Congratulations all!
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.
Prahlad Singh, a member of the school's support staff was awarded the long service award on 1 September 2016. He has been with the school and currently works as a gardner.
Teachers' Day started beautifully today thanks to the Student Council who welcomed all teachers and staff with sweets and tikka!
Students from Key Stage 3 and Years 10 and 12 participated in a tree plantation drive, as part of CAS/CSR activities.
Dr Joe Petrone, Assistant Director of EARCOS is visiting the school and meeting with all stakeholders.
We congratulate Sir Fraser Stoddart for being awarded the Nobel Prize this year in Chemistry jointly with Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Bernard L. Feringa. We had the privilege of having Sir Stoddart visit our school in November 2014 and interact with our IB students.


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