Arabic Madrasah

We are a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education, the only exam board wholly owned by a world-leading university, the University of Cambridge. Cambridge International qualifications prepare students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. They are recognised by universities and employers around the world.


Our children, right from nursery onwards, are trained in cognitive, communication and memorization skills. They are encouraged to participate in Interactive learning processes and pursue varied research activities.

Apart from the formal subjects namely English, Mathematics, Science, History and Geography, our students excel in Business Studies, ICT, Public Speaking and multiple languages from an early age.

Approximately 20 students per class and a teacher to student ratio of about 1:5 facilitates better student-teacher rapport and facilitate individual attention to students. This brings out the best learning potential in each student. Our team embraces the belief that the curriculum must be alive and constantly evolving.

Our focus on a balanced curriculum ensures holistic development of the child.

Approach to curriculum design

AS and A Levels: We offer Physics, Math, Chemistry, Biology, English, Business Studies, Information Technology and Islamic Studies.

IGCSE: We offer seven subjects namely Physics, English, Chemistry, Biology, Math, Business Studies and Information & Communication Technology for IGCSE which is completed over a period of three years. In Year 8 (14 year olds) the core curriculum option is offered and in Year 9 and Year 10 (15 - 16 year olds) both core and extended curriculum options are offered.

For Year 6 and Year 7(12-13 year olds) we follow the Lower Secondary Curriculum Framework of the Cambridge Pathway.

For Years 1 to 5(6-11 year olds), the curriculum is designed based on the Lower Primary Curriculum Framework except for English. It is supported with resources available on the Cambridge International website

The kindergarten curriculum is designed to construct the knowledge base required for the Lower Primary in consultation with experts in early childhood learning.

Faith based studies

The Bay International School & Junior College has an excellent Islamic studies and Arabic program headed by Shaikh Mohammed Ishtiyaque Khan, B.A Islamic Studies, From, Islamic University of Madina (K.S.A)

Our students learn the Arabic language, memorize The Holy Qur’an, deliberate on Hadith and Tafseer, have an impeccable Tajweed and consolidate their Aqeedah based on the Qur’an and Sunnah.

Our students are trained by qualified and well versed ustaads based on their in-depth knowledge of the Qur'an and Sunnah.

At The Bay, we don't just impart knowledge; we raise our students to be flag-bearers of wisdom, equality, respect and humility.

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We understand the value and impact that the sports and physical activities has on the health and mental well-being of our students.

Strategically located on the East Coast Road, at Injambakkam, the Bay International School & Junior College offers generous outdoor space and a refreshing change from the polluted environment of the inner city.

Our outdoor activities include team sports like football, volleyball, badminton, Kho-Kho and throwball. We also have indoor facilities for table tennis and basketball. Our students are trained in martial arts and swimming too, from an early age with separate play area for girls and boys.

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Extra Curricular Activities


By going through the process of building a robot in the classroom, students explore many different learning pathways. When assembling robots in teams, some students are great at speaking and can verbally bring ideas to life. There are students who may not be as vocal but they lead behind the scenes: they code, perform technical tasks and makes sure the team stays on task. Through the exercise of putting the robot together and making it move, these two types of students—both leaders in their own right—learn to communicate as a team and express their ideas to craft the best end result. The ability to come together as different types of leaders, communicate with each other and utilize their personal strengths will be essential throughout these students’ lives; no matter if they become an artist, a business executive or an engineer.


Students plant vegetables in our in-house garden and learn the essential for home gardening. They also learn to protect these crops from insects with homemade pesticides.

Community Drive

We believe in making our learners aware of their responsibility as an Indian and global citizen through presentations, competitions on environmental and global issues, field trips and community drives.

Muhammad, peace be upon him, said, “Protect yourself from hell-fire even by giving a piece of date as charity.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

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