“ A true blue British School graduate is one who is resilient, adaptable and dreams with determination.”
17-year old Udit Singhal has founded Glass2Sand – a project to convert waste glass bottles into sand, safe to be used in construction, road repair, and on beaches. The project received a special grant from the New Zealand High Commissioner, H E Mrs Joanna Kempkers.
2 of our students, Eesha Bhanot and Rohan Marker, received gold medals at the Biology Challenge 2019. In addition, 40 students received prizes and commendation at the annual event organised by The Royal Society of Biology, UK. A total of 47,183 students from 527 schools worldwide participated this year in the competition that stimulates students’ curiosity for the natural world and encourages them to take an interest in Biology outside of school.
Awarding body: Times Education Supplement
Anahat beat the top seed to be crowned the champion at the British Junior Open Squash held in England. The Year 6 student has won 29 titles so far.
Krishnav raised over 6 lacs and enabled 500 families in a village in Maharashtra to gain access to clean drinking water as a private initiative.
Yash spent one year designing, creating and testing the solar buggy which is the first of its kind. The bright orange car is now proudly displayed in our central courtyard.
Our digital pedagogy received an award second year in a row. Last year, we won Outstanding Initiative to Support Student Safeguarding, in addition to the Top British International School award.
TBS hosted the tournament and saw an incredible display of talent and sportsmanship by all participating schools. The trophy remained at home as TBS emerged winners yet again.
Sumair from Year 11 received the recognition for his work towards conservation of marine life. The 16-year old is the founder of Save The Spirit of The Sea and also runs the campaign Save the Spirit of the Ganga.
TBS is founded by the British High Commissioner and his wife with 30 students from 5 nationalities in a residential colony, Defence Colony
O levels introduced
Moved to the current location in Chanakyapuri
Sports Day instituted with Yellow House winning the inaugural trophy
A group of students putting in a request for a water cooler led to the formation of Student Council
HRH Duke of Edinburgh visited the school and inaugurated the auditorium
Parent Teacher Association formed
First ever school magazine, Cover Up, launched
A levels introduced
IB Diploma introduced
School uniform introduced
The Panther chosen as the school mascot for sports
TBS turns 50! New logo launched
Inauguration of the new school building
Awarded the top British International School of the Year by BISA