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Frank Anthony Public School (Kolkata)

The foundation stone of The Frank Anthony Public School, Kolkata was laid by Mr. Frank Anthony, M.P.B.A, and Barrister-At-Law on the 27th of January, 1965. It is a co-educational institution open to members of all creeds and communities and to foreign nationals. The school is under the management of an Education Trust. The Trust administers five schools in Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata. The medium of instruction throughout the school is English. In addition, the pupils are required to study two other languages, Hindi and Bengali. The aim of the school is to assist in the healthy, natural development of the student’s mind, to form wholesome personal habits and to learn to live easily and successfully with others.

Nature Trails

Frank Anthony Public School

A nature trail was held for 25 students and one teacher from the Frank Anthony Public School at the Nature Study Park in Kolkata on November 2, 2011. They were accompanied by Kids for Tigers’ Coordinators who spoke to the group about the local flora and fauna of the park. They spotted the Blue-throated Barbet, Coppersmith Barbet, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Magpie Robin, Asian Koel and several butterflies and insects.


  • Ganesh Kumar Singh and Avinash Kumar Mukherjee from The Frank Anthony Public School attended the Kids For Tigers Regional Camp at the Sundarban Tiger Reserve that took place between 30 January and 1 February 2012. Read about it.

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