• S.V.G. Puram, K.G.Kandigai P.O, Pallipet Taluk, Thiruvallur Dist - 631 304

  • +91 - 9551616164

  • info.tiruttani@billabonghigh.com

Academic Activities

Academic Activities

Pre-School

Children are born explorers. Even as infants, they come to us with all the necessary equipment to be great discovers. KKEL methodology is based on the Multiple Intelligences Theory which ensures whole- brain learning. The different parts of the brain are used and do not limit any child to a preconceived notion of how smart they are. Our curriculum emphasizes real - life learning not memorization of information. We celebrate learning with our children and let them know that their potential is limitless by incorporating multiple intelligences, interdisciplinary themes and Bloom's Taxonomy.

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Primary School

Curriculum is designed at developing the intellectual, social, cultural, emotional & physical aspects of a child's personality. We fortify the foundation in the primary years, enabling children to face any examination confidently and come out with flying colours. The curriculum is multi-dimensional in its approach. We organize instructions around themes with broad possibilities, with natural connections to other generative topics.

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Middle School

Curriculum is aligned to the directives of the prescribed Board with reference to the aims and objectives. The Billabong High International, Tiruttanil Middle School curriculum is aligned to the directives of the prescribed Board with reference to the aims and objectives, the base content, the structure of curriculum and the prescribed system of evaluation. This thought creates the foundation for every stride that BHIS takes while designing the learning experiences for its students.

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High School

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