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Our curriculum’s USP is to cater to 3 kinds of learners.

Auditory Learners

Visual Learners

Kinesthetic Learners


  1. Circle time
  2. Concept Time
  3. Sing along sessions
  4. Snack time
  5. Attendance Time
  6. Support System
  7. Focus point learning ( display of objects)
  8. Picture Talk
  9. Story Time
  10. Rhyme Recitation
  11. Program Achieve Module ( Moral values are imparted through regular conceptual teaching )

After every month parent receives and overview of the curriculum implemented and the topics covered. Call and fix and appointment for further detailing on academics.

assessment technique grade I-V
assessment technique grade vi-viii
  • Work education: Stitching, Cooking, Gardening, Pottery are taught to enhance skills.
  • In the formative assessments, attitude and behaviour are also graded.

Primary Curriculum

Foster billabong International High School is affiliated to Central Board of Education with a Primary Year Programme is incorporated into the syllabus.

The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) is an educational programme managed by the International Baccalaureate (IB) for students aged 3 to 12.

Our curriculum’s USP is catering 3 kinds of learners.

  1. Auditory Learners :lectures, group discussions, speaking, videos
  2. Visual Learners: Maps, diagrams, charts, graphs, flow charts, symbols, hierarchies
  3. Kinesthetic Learners: personal experiences, demonstrations, simulations, videos, movies,


  • Integrated Curriculum are pre-prepared to maintain the same discipline in all sections of all grade
  • Class sheets and home sheets are prepared by a different team.
  • Lesson planning, assessment sheets, teaching aids, reference material,plan of work,home extensions,class extensions are prepared at the start of the year which ensure quality implementation of the curriculum.
  • Direct point of contact is the Academic Head, Vice Principal and the Principal/Director.


The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Primary Years Programme is a curriculum framework designed for students in classes grade 1 to 5.The same integrated with CBSE syllabus which help students to be challenged on higher order thinking levels.

  • Interpreted pre-curriculum
  • Field trips / Class activities / Special Days / Guest lectures.
  • Culminating Days

VARK – Visual / Auditory / Reading / Kinesthetic

British Council Projects

  • Project exchange between various cultural networks.
  • Each class participate in virtual exchange program with international school from across the world.

High School Curriculum

  • The curriculum for 6th to 10th grade is CBSE syllabus.
  • From grade 6th, Science is divided into
    i) Physics    ii) Chemistry    iii) Biology
  • Sports & Performing arts are part of their regular curriculum
  • Library, Computers, art & craft, Skill periods, Club periods and the likes are conducted also part of the regular curriculum.

Subjects Offered

  • Literature
  • Language Arts and English Grammar
  • Social Science
  • Mathematics
  • Second Language – Hindi   /Telugu
  • Computer Education       
  • Art and Craft
  • Physical Education         
  • Library


Homework Policy Math (everyday ) Other Subjects (Weekly),Friday – Wednesday Submission.
Field trips Fieldtrips for every Major topic covered pertaining to Social, Science & English mainly.
Special Days
  • Theme wise – Special day – once a month – For pre-school.
  • Primary & High School – Student organiser lists out all the special days conducted.
Special weeks Like Shakespeare week, Cultural week, Skill India week and more.
Guest lectures Specialists in fields, Volunteer parents are called in to give guest lectures to students of all grades in various topics
Students Council / Clubs/ Ministries. Projects are mandatory for students to submit. Evaluated and graded by CBSE. In-house projects.
Cultural events Expressions week, Oriental week ( Haiku, Cooking, Oriental art, origami and more)
External exams Certificates hold value for higher studies. All are optional – can be chosen from.
Teacher training programmes Mandatory CBSE training – thrice a year. Billabong Training – Twice a year

  • Beginning of the academic session by the Head Office trainers. Classroom Observation by the H.O personnel proper feedback, guidance for quality implementation
  • As per CBSE norms, entitled agencies give periodic training to Academic Heads /Co-coordinators / Teachers
Curriculum Actualisation Mock sessions, Class observations, evaluation & grading of Teaching.
Inter House Competitions Spin a yarn , Dance , Music , talent search , Design , Article writing , all sports etc.
Inter School Competitions CBSE katha competitions, sports competitions, Model United Nations.