Teachers observe students’ day-to-day performance and if a student requires extra attention, support is provided to them during the school day. All students are encouraged to interact with teachers and ask questions/seek clarification should they need help.
Our English as an Additional Language (EAL) programme is designed to integrate EAL students into the mainstream classroom environment. Your child will be excused from some non-core subjects to enhance their English language skills with a specialist teacher. For more information, please visit the EAL section
Applicants may not sit in a class as it may affect student learning. However, the admissions team is available to answer any questions that you may have. If there are any queries that they are unable to answer, the correct information will be sent to you later. A meeting with teachers/curriculum leaders may be organised at a later stage, if required.
You may make the payment using a credit/debit card after submitting the registration form. Registration is not considered complete until the payment has been received. Bank charges may apply for this transaction.
The waiting list varies from one year group to the other. Applicants are placed in the category for which they are eligible on a first-come, first-served basis and continual intake of foreign nationals causes constant movement of the waiting list placement. Please contact the Admissions office for further questions.
Once an application is completed online with the registration fee paid, the applicant’s name will be put on the waiting list. The Admissions office will get in touch with you when a place is available as per your waiting list status. Admission may be offered at any time during the academic year depending upon availability of seats. More details may be found on the admission process page.
Confidential recommendations are school-to-school documents and must arrive at the Admissions office directly from either the teacher or the school of the applicant. They may be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent by post in a sealed and stamped envelope to the school.
Parents are responsible for ensuring that the confidential recommendation reaches us in a timely manner.
All students from Nursery to Year 11 are required to wear a uniform. There are separate winter and summer uniforms for daily wear and physical education. Uniforms may be bought from the uniform shop on the premises.
IB students have no uniform but need to follow a dress code.
We have a strong transition programme that helps all new students and parents quickly become part of the TBS family. The class teacher will assign a student (someone with the same mother tongue, if possible) to be your child’s buddy when they join to help with the transition phase.