At TNS, we are proud to be different. The unique and distinctive academic choice we offer speaks for our commitment to provide an innovative and challenging educational pathway for our Early Years’ students. The wonderful freedom to learn that the Reggio Emilia approach offers our Early Years’ students dovetails so nicely with Project-Based Learning (PBL) which is the cornerstone of the TNS approach – the process by which students acquire a deeper and more engaged understanding of real-world problems and situations that prepares them for the challenges of the 21st century.

Dr. Shazia Iqbal

Head TNS Beaconhouse Gulberg

TNS is proud to offer not only choice but the students voice, choice and ownership of their own learning. Within the Primary school, we pride ourselves on using the Reggio Emilia Project Based Learning approach (PBL). This approach benefits the students to develop strong communication, research and leadership skills. Our PBL approach to learning within the primary school equips the students with the skills necessary to move into the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme (DP).

 We at TNS are proud of the scores that we have achieved both in the MYP and the DP Programmes. Our alumni have been privileged to go to many of the top universities around the world. The IB is recognised globally for its approach to teaching and learning and its rigorous assessment.

 Our learning environment has been designed to not only keep the students safe but also develop them to become confident individuals and lifelong learners. Our holistic approach to education is enhanced by the many extra and co-curricular events within our school and the collaboration with the wider community.

 We look forward to welcoming you to TNS and showing you our wonderful learning environment and working in partnership to make your child a successful lifelong learner for the future.

                                                                          Iain Riley

Head TNS Beaconhouse Defence