Published: 29th January 2019
Bengaluru’s Treamis World School focuses on preparing its students to face the real world
At Treamis World School, students are encouraged to explore subjects and apply what they learn to daily life
Treamis World School, Bengaluru is a home away from home. With world-class educationists and top-end facilities, the students are nurtured in every aspect. Talking about their stress-free environment at The New Indian Express’ Knowledge Fair in Doha, a representative said, “It’s not like other schools where you need to prepare for exams. At Treamis, every student is going to be at the top of his knowledge card. There are continuous learning cycles. So the student is prepared every day. In the beginning, it may be difficult, but eventually, it becomes a part of his life. And when it becomes a habit, it is not going to be stressful. It is a very informal school. If you look at our students, all you can see are smiling faces. The environment is like that. The way the teachers approach our students is completely different.”
Global reach: Treamis has students from 27 different countries
Even the grading system at Treamis is structured so as to help students feel more relaxed and actually enjoy learning. “We have classes from pre-school to class XII. Up to the second grade, we don’t have a grading system because we believe that there shouldn’t be any competition at that time. From class III to VIII, it is our own curriculum and there is a combination of homework, assignments and assessment.
For each subject, it is different. What you do in Math is completely different from what you do in English. But once the student reaches class IX, they will have to follow the Board curriculum.
With students from 27 different countries, Treamis is truly international and has all the necessary facilities for students to hone their talents. “We have a half, Olympic-size, regulated swimming pool which is one of the major attractions. We have synthetic and normal basketball and badminton courts, a multi-purpose yoga hall and other indoor games. We also have a music room where we have all the instruments and special trainers for Hindustani and Western music. We have a special department for sports and performing arts. We don’t call these extra-curricular activities. These are all part of the curriculum and they are graded just like the other subjects. The techniques are taught and students are assessed on it,” he added. The representative went on to elaborate on their scholarship provisions. “Apart from the scholarships we provide for meritorious students, we also have scholarships for students who excel in sports. Our foundation is also actively involved in supporting a percentage of our students,” he added.