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Calendar of Events
DECEMBER
  • 1

    X IG Revision (S) Answer scripts discussed (IB1, IB2)
    G4 Project Orientation (IB1)
    G4 - IA Labs Final Submission (IB2)

  • 2

    CREATIVE WRITING
    Short Story writing competition (S, SR, IB1, IB2)

  • 3

    SA2 - CBSE XI - Ends (SR)

  • 4

    IMO Exam (S, SR, IB1, IB2)
    Final EE Submission (IB2)

  • 5

    UT3 reports sent home (S)
    Social Night - Christmas Party (Gr IX-XII) (SR)
    Reports Sent Home (IB1, IB2)

  • 6

    SAT - Examination (SR, IB1, IB2)

  • 8

    CAS File Submission (IB1)
    TOK essay 2nd Draft (IB2)

  • 10

    Student Led & PTC (EY)
    PTC (IB1, IB2)
    Maths Exploration/Project - 1 Draft submission (IB2)

  • 11

    Student Led & PTC (EY)
    Annual Day (S, SR, IB1, IB2)

  • 12

    Mufti Day, Christmas sing-along (EY, P)
    Mufti Day (S, SR, IB1, IB2)
    Last day of School (S)
    SA2 CBSE XI - Reports go home (SR)
    G4 Orientation (IB1)

JANUARY
  • 6

    X IG Revision (S) Answer scripts discussed (IB1, IB2)
    G4 Project Orientation (IB1)
    G4 - IA Labs Final Submission (IB2)

  • 7

    TOK Second Draft ready (IB2)

  • 12

    Prelim 2 - CBSE XII Starts (SR
    English IOC Final (IB2))

  • 14

    IOC FINAL (IB2)

  • 15

    IEO Exam (S, SR, IB1, IB2)
    Maths IA task - Orientation and Release (IB1)
    IOC FINAL Maths exploration/Project
    Final Submission (IB2)

Media Reports

The Tribune, July 10, 2008

NPS International is third Indian school to open in Singapore

From Imran Qureshi

 

SINGAPORE : A new international school - NPS (National Public School) International - has officially opened in Singapore.

While classes began less than 6 months ago, the school already has plans to expand.

NPS has 212 students from kindergarten to Grade 9. It will extend its curriculum to include early childhood programmes in the near future.

NPS is the third Indian school to set up in Singapore. The other two are Global Indian International and DPS International.

Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry S Iswaran said the move came at the right time, as the number of Indian companies here has been growing.

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