International Programme

  • Academics

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    International Programme
    CBSE
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  • Admissions

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    Register Form
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  • Arts and Music

    Arts and Music

    TIPS students work in a wide range of 2D and 3D media, including painting, drawing, collage, and computer graphics. There is an emphasis in student artwork on individuality and creativity in response to research as well as in response to spontaneous art activity as part of the academic curriculum.

  • Leadership Camps

    Leadership Camps

    We are partnered with the National Adventure and Leadership School (NALS) to integrate Leadership Camps into our curriculum, held at their facility in the Western Ghat Mountains.

  • Commute

    Commute

    Welcome to the TIPS Transportation Department – working with families to transport their children safely and efficiently between home and school in new generation vehicles.

  • Dance

    Dance

    Historically, dancing has been a part of our established society since the days of the primitive man. In the old civilizations, dance was always a signal that proves for something important had happened, will happen or is happening.

  • Residential Facility

    Residential Facility

    Welcome to our 'home away from home' where unity and cultural diversity are celebrated in equal measure. The TIPS residences are an integral part of the school community, offering separate-wing accommodation for boys and girls.

  • Fine Dining

    Fine Dining

    The Catering Department at TIPS, enabling us to employ and train all our own chefs. We take great pride in our autonomy as it allows us to produce the type of creative, fresh and nutritious food that appeals to our multicultural community.

  • STEM

    STEM

    STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM education not only addresses the demand for scientists and engineers but also is a key component of responsible, global citizenship.

  • Competitive Exam Training

    Competitive Exam Training

    TIPS offers training and coaching for major examinations in partnerships with reputed providers:

    • Foundation and Advanced program for national competitive exams.
    • National scholastic tests.
    • Olympiads.
  • TIPS CGPS

    TIPS Career Guidance Placement Services

    The joy of finishing school is often subdued by the anxiety and apprehension over what is to be done next. Students and parents find themselves fretting over an endless array of career options, best institutes and popular courses, even before the child enters 9th grade.

  • Weekend Leisure

    Weekend Leisure

    The residential children have the option of enjoying age appropriate movies from a vast library of movies under various categories like, science fiction, comedy, action etc. Movies are screened on Saturday evenings.

  • An Exceptional Sports Programme

    Sports

    Welcome to TIPS, where we offer an energetic and diverse sports programme. We aim 'to promote and teach the values associated with healthy living, encouraging a lifelong enjoyment of physical activity', thereby making a major contribution to the overall education of our students.

  • Field Trips

    Field Trips

    Learning in New Environments
    Having Fun
  • Other Events

    Other Events

    TIPS encourages every student to engage in a rich and diverse student life. From Pre-K to 12th Grade, across day & boarding, our schools support a comprehensive range of academic, extracurricular, sports, field trip, community service, expeditions and leadership camps that aim to stimulate as well as inspire student participation.

International Programme

In today’s increasingly complex world, the importance of Internationalism in education keeps growing too. Education today is the synonym of globalization. In today's fast changing world, International Education has become a necessity rather than a luxury. The world places high demands of cultural adaptability on the young people today. TIPS Education helps the youth to achieve this.

CIE Secondary Program 1 (Grades 6 to 8)

Lower Secondary Program or Secondary Program 1 for 11-14yrs (Grade 6 to 8) provides a seamless progression from Primary or can be used as a standalone Educational Programme to develop learners skills and confidence in English, Mathematics and Science. It offers an Educational Programme framework for educational success for learners, typically 11-14 years old, with an optional testing structure which includes a variety of items commonly used in the day to day life like eating, putting on a costume and so on. This programme encourages promoting students' high self esteem.

The Benefits of a Subject Based Approach

A good exposure and engagement in a variety of subjects during the age of 11-16 gives students an indispensable intellectual toolkit. Subject based syllabuses allow for much more than the transmission of knowledge necessary for further study or work. They promote meaningful engagement in real problems, and help develop high-level skills that students can apply in unfamiliar situations. Using the ‘discipline’ and approach of an individual subject, thinking about the world can be rigorous and demanding.

The world looks very different to a biologist than it does to a historian. The same world looks even more exciting if you can look at it from a range of perspectives. They encourage creativity, provoke reflection and promote joined up thinking.

CIE Secondary Program 2 (Grades 9 and 10)

"Educating for success in tomorrow's world"

We know students are learning for life. Rather than just helping the students getting good grades and giving students passports for immediate progression, we need a school educational programme to give students the skills that will bring lifelong success in tomorrow's world.

Cambridge Secondary 2 is typically for learners aged 14 - 16 years (Grade 8 and 10). It builds on the foundations of Cambridge Secondary 1, and supports schools using learner centered and enquiry-based approaches to learning and at the end of Cambridge Secondary 2, learners gain Cambridge CIE qualifications. Cambridge Secondary 2 provides excellent progression to the next stage of Cambridge International Education - Cambridge Advanced for 16 - 19 years - as well as other progression routes like IB Diploma.

Cambridge Secondary 2 is at the heart of the learning experience a school offers its learners, and is the mission of the school.

Cambridge international programme develops learners' understanding, knowledge and skills in

  • English
  • Hindi/French
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • History
  • Geography
  • Information & Communication Technology

Cambridge international programme offers routes; candidates can follow from post-kindergarten stage through to university entrance. Cambridge's provision also includes first-class support for teachers through publications, online resources, training, workshops and professional development.

IB Mission

The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.

These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

Student may choose either an arts subject from group 6, or a second subject from groups 1 to 5.

More Info: http://www.ibo.org/diploma/

The Indian Public School, Erode is now authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Diploma Programme(DP)

*Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its three academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), or the Diploma Programme (and in addition the IB Career-related Certificate). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted.

For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org

IB Primary Years Programme

Students are inspired and challenged to develop a sense of inquiry, love for learning and to take responsibilities in life academically and personally. The essential goal of the Primary Program is to have each child become an independent learner while valuing the interdependence in the world during the five essential forming years of life. It offers a balance between learning about or through the subject areas, and learning beyond them.

Evaluation is an ongoing process which happens throughout their learning process and happens through different forms. TIPS educate the students to care and respect the school community and community in which they live.

IB Diploma Programme (IB DIPLOMA)

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a challenging two-year curriculum, primarily aimed at students aged 16 to 19, Grade 11 and 12. It leads to a qualification that is widely recognized by the world’s leading universities.

The DP curriculum is made up six subject groups and the DP core, comprising Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) and the Extended Essay (EE).

Subjects are offered at High Level and Standard Level in six streams:

  • Standard Level (SL) – Each subject 150 hours
  • High Level (HL) – Each subject 240 hours
  • IBDP requires 6 subjects: 3 subjects at HL and 3 subjects at SL or 4 subjects at HL and 2 at SL

The diploma is awarded to students who gain at least 24 points, subject to certain minimum levels of performance including successful completion of the three essential elements of the DP core.

Subjects Proposed for IBDP @ TIPS:

  • Language&Literature – English – Best language
  • Language Acquisition- Hindi / French / Tamil/Spanish - Additional languages
  • Individual & Societies -Economics, Business Management, Environmental Systems and Societies*
  • Sciences – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Systems and Societies*, Computer Science
  • Mathematics – Mathematics, Mathematical Studies
  • Either from Arts or one from 1-5 groups above
  • * - Environmental Systems and Societies – offered as interdisciplinary in Group 3 and 4

Core of IBDP

Extended Essay (EE):

  • Independent Research in connection to any one subject stream
  • 4000 words original essay
  • Topic of his/own choice connected to subject areas

Theory of Knowledge (TOK):

  • Focus on Critical thinking- how we know what we claim to know
  • 1600 words of essay and oral presentation
  • IB given question/topic related to knowledge
  • 100 hours across 2 years

Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS):

  • Arts
  • Sports
  • Engagement with community

Recognition in India

Since 1983, IB has been recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as an entry qualification to all Universities in India. The IB is committed to support large proportion of students who wish to remain in India for their undergraduate studies and creating pathways to enable more students to consider this option.

With the requirement for percentage conversion by universities in India, students applying to Indian universities receive a transcript with IB grades and percentage equivalent recognized by Indian universities.

http://ibo.org/contentassets/d883e8b8f46446079f14679a9a6971c3/india-recognition-guide-2016.pdf

http://ibo.org/university-admission/recognition-of-the-ib-diploma-by-countries-and-universities/country-recognition-statements/

http://ibo.org/globalassets/publications/university-policy-index.xlsx

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