International Primary Program
Annual Cultural extravaganza celebration galore at The British School.
Teaching at Stages is student-centered, project-based, and incorporates the multiple intelligence concept. While the International curriculum is followed by every student, he or she is also encouraged to develop talents and interests in personal areas of academic interest, and in sport, theater music and dance, for which facilities are outstanding. Homework is given to encourage and develop independent study skills and to complement particular fields of study.
We aim to give students a broader, deeper, richer educational experience by recognizing each student's strongest talents and building on them in order to ensure that all the areas of talent are developed. Different individuals have different aptitudes. By using the strongest aptitudes or ‘intelligence’ as a starting point we can educate more effectively by teaching different students the same topic in different ways according to their particular ‘intelligence’:
To develop children's Listening Skills
Insights and experience enriches the teaching learning process
Developed at The British School through such activities as creative writing, literature, theater, debating and public speaking.
Developed at The British School through such activities as science and maths projects and experiments, industrial design, stock-market games and helping to run the student store.
Developed at TBS through such activities as playing, directing studying, and composing classical and contemporary music.
Developed at TBS through such activities as sports and athletics, yoga, aerobics, gymnastics, gardening, contemporary, music and classical dance.
Developed at TBS through such activities as sculpture, drawing and painting, clay modeling, photography and geography.
Developed at TBS through such activities as ecology, gardening, wild-life observation, biological and chemical experiments.
Developed at TBS through such activities as group projects, peer teaching and counselling, media work (including student magazines and the Yearbook) and international exchange programmes.
Developed at TBS through self-awareness training, counseling and the creation of physical and personal space for meditation, reflection and tranquility.