• 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

  • 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 proud to host a three day Middle School ISTA Festival from 27-29 September. Participation from from five schools in India with 85 students and accompanying teachers. The festival will explore the extent to which tradition is fixed or fluid,using folklore to examine traditional notions of home, identity and community.
The British School played host to music teachers from all over Asia for the 2018 edition of the FOBISIA Music Teachers’ Conference. 28 different schools were represented for a weekend of professional development, event planning, networking and Indian music. This represented a first for TBS, as we have not hosted any event for FOBISIA. The Conference was also accompanied by a week full of music workshops for Primary School students, culminating with a finale concert for our visiting delegates.
The Year 12 Maths students have a wonderful opportunity of masterclasses with two academics from the University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.The sessions are for 3 days with a special session for parents and students on the UK university applications process.
TBS has won two huge awards at the British International School Awards (BISA) presented in London on 22 January 2018, from among well established, prestigious schools. We have been recognised as THE top British International school of the year and the other award is in recognition of our work in Digital citizenship- 'Outstanding Initiative to Support Student Safeguarding'. To be awarded these by an eminent jury of highly reputed educators is a fantastic validation of our work .
TBS was recognised as one of the top 50 schools 'Future 50 - Schools Shaping Success’ at an award ceremony on Friday, 6 October. It is great for the school to be validated by a select jury of strong educationalists. Fortune India and Univariety measured schools on the yardsticks of student career planning and the subsequent results garnered for the future of their students. The ‘Future 50 - Schools Shaping Success’ Certification is a unique, one of its kind school recognition to honour schools that prepare students for the 21st century and have a vision to craft 'Student Success'.
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.

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