We encourage our students to be socially ambitious and learning beyond the classroom is a key part of their development

Specialist Clubs

At the BISG we make every effort to understand each individual child’s strengths and aptitude, to see how we can best address them.

A range of specialist clubs provide enhanced guidance and training to students, helping them enhance their skills in their particular field of interest.

Such focused learning helps students work well in groups, take responsible and independent decisions, and understand better their areas of potential and proficiency.

The specialist clubs at BISG include

Art and craft specialist club is introduced at an early stage to help the students in the pursuit of artistic and creative excellence.

As part of the Club, students participate in various clean up drives, they learn more about the environment and the conservation and management of resources.

The students are driven by the enthusiasm to make sure the environment they live in is clean and conducive to learning. This has been extended to recycling waste and cleaning neighbouring public areas.

For students who wish to empower themselves with advanced ICT skills, specialist training in provided through the Multimedia club.

BISG boasts of a studio which is being updated with all requirements for the smooth functioning of the BISG Radio and the BISG Newsroom.  The Multimedia club leaders also lead whole school events related to same.

The cultural club at BISG, gives students multiple opportunities to perform, connect and empower themselves. Students are mapped against their talent and provided a platform through the various events at school, like the Carnival, and Shakespeare.

Word smart students are presented many opportunities to further enhance their literary skills. The Wordpeckers (from year 6 upwards) ensures that our exceptional writers are provided a platform for free expression.

Students are also provided opportunities to connect with writers / authors through the Book Fairs and Author visits to the school. They also connect with students around the world and comment on their work.

Learning outside the traditional classroom setting is an important part of our students’ development

Student life at BIS