• Pills spilling out of a bottle
    Model United Nations Competition - transforming our students into world citizens! "Be the change that you wish to see in this world."
  • Cancer Research UK
    As is tradition, every year TBISC celebrates Pongal / Harvest Festival and Independence Day.
  • Polling London
    As part of 'Science Week' students from the two teams 'Chennai Braves' & 'Marina Warriors' created a display board on the topic 'Isotopes' and guests from Queen Mary University of London, Keele University, The University of Sheffield and Aston University judged the competition.
  • Guardian Award
    Each student has different talents. In our endeavour to encourage students, a cooking competition was held as part of the Independence Day celebrations. Mrs. Yagna Prabha, an animal welfare and social rights activist interacted with our students and judged the cooking competition!
  • Guardian Award
    Sports plays an important part in the holistic development of each child. TBISC has a dedicated coach for 'Chess', Table Tennis' and 'Silambam - Indian Martial Art'; and our students enjoy the variety of games and activities that are organised. The Annual Sports Meet is a fun filled day where the two teams 'Marina Warriors' & 'Chennai Braves' compete to win the rolling trophy!
  • Guardian Award
    Students at TBISC always look forward to celebrations such as Pongal / Harvest Festival. They enjoy the various competitions which are designed to help them improve their communication, leadership and inter-personal skills.
  • Guardian Award
    Project Day is held every year to enable students to demonstrate their knowledge and present their work to parents and guests, who are the judges. TBISC encourages students to exchange ideas, work as a team and become independent learners and thinkers.
  • Guardian Award
    Children's Day celebrations at TBISC! Special thanks to Parthasarathy of Reception Level for dressing up as Chacha Nehru!

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Motivators First. Educators Next.

The British International School Chennai (‘TBISC’)  was founded in  the year 2005 with the  aim of providing  an international standard of   education, from Nursery to Year  12 (‘A’ Level), following the British curriculum. TBISC is an Independent International Educational Centre recognized by the Board of London Examinations, United Kingdom as a Registered Participating Institution Centre with Edexcel International for Primary, Lower Secondary, IGCSE, GCE and IAL examinations. Read More

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