Middle School

From the Middle School, the curriculum takes on a broader facet. It focuses on a subject-based curriculum using meaningful and rich assignments for accentuating learning experience. Middle School continues with the international teaching practices that are child-centric and activity based but expands to accommodate more scientific inquiry and explorations. It is an integrated curriculum that prepares the students to meet the requirements of the Indian (ICSE ) and the International (IGCSE) boards that are offered at TRINS.

Subjects

The curriculum in Middle School comprises a wider range of subjects reflecting those required for the Grade 10 Board Examinations.

  • Sciences – Physics, Chemistry & Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Humanities – History & Geography
  • ICT
  • English
  • Second Language – French, Hindi, German
  • Practical Sessions – Physics, Chemistry and Biology laboratories where students learn through experiments.

The Middle School timetable accommodates a whole range of co-curricular activities in both athletics, art, music, swimming and several clubs.

Other Activities

The curriculum focuses on creating independent learners who take on greater responsibility and decide the direction of their learning.

  • Grade 8 Personal Project Exhibition: A year-long research programme which allows every student to select a topic of their choice that culminates in a grand exhibition where they present and explain their chosen work.
  • The ‘Parent Evening ‘ is an event scheduled in Middle school which gives every student an opportunity to showcase the concepts learned in front of their family.
  • Science workshops are conducted by professionals to encourage students to think independently.
  • Math Day
  • Science Fair
  • Regular Field Trips
  • Luminary Speakers
  • Callido: A critical thinking portal introduced to students of Grades 6 to 12 to assist them in problem-solving and research.