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Welcome to our

Middle School

Programme

Continuing in the tradition of Taktse, the 8th Graders took the annual pilgrimage to Delhi for the Bookaroo Festival in the month of November. The Bookaroo trip is not just about books, authors, the Mughals and the Slave Dynasty but also about taking responsibility, being independent, self-discovery and lots and lots of learning and growth.

Our methods of teaching

The three-year Cambridge Checkpoint curriculum begins in grade six and culminates with the Checkpoint exams taken by the students at the end of grade eight. Guided Reading continues at a higher level and the
reading, science and math journals have been designed to develop inferential and analytical skills.

 

 

TESTIMONIALS

"I am certain that these days of our lives here at Taktse will be one of the fondest memories I'll have till I become old and grey" 

 

Continuing in the tradition of Taktse, the 8th Graders took the annual pilgrimage to Delhi for the Bookaroo Festival in the month of November. The Bookaroo trip is not just about books, authors, the Mughals and the Slave Dynasty but also about taking responsibility, being independent, self-discovery and lots and lots of learning and growth.

Grade 8 Bookaroo Trip

 

Subjects and Activities

Subjects


Group 1 (Languages) First Language English Hindi/ Dzongkha Group 2 (Humanities and Social Science) English Literature History and Civics Geography Group 3 (Sciences) Physics Chemistry Biology Group 4 (Mathematics) Group 5 (Creative and Professional) ICT Music/ Art Library/ Dharma Physical Education Accounting (Only for Grade 8)




Activities


Educational field trips are integral to the Taktse experience. Junior students do a project on the vegetable market, visit different professionals like doctors, fire fighters and hoteliers. Older students visit the CNN Studio, Google India, Scholastic and meet international authors on the Delhi trip each November. Students also get to connect with their own roots by planting rice in Sajong and visiting historical sites in Yuksom. A varied range of plays from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Arthur Miller’s Crucible to Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax have been put on by our students under the guidance of theatre coaches with years of expertise.
Our weekly clubs were introduced with an objective to allow students and teachers to
pursue their creative passion.





 

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Taktse International School

Taktse International School, P.O. Box 90, Gangtok, Sikkim, India 737101 

Ph. No: 011-91-3592-237081, 237139, 237390

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Taktse International School is a project of the Marion Institute

Accreditations

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