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Our school has been accredited by British Council and achieved prestigious International School Award (ISA) for outstanding development of the international dimension in the curriculum. The British Council is the United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. The British Council creates international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and builds trust between them worldwide.
Our school has collaborated with JDO Foundation, USA which provides a framework to build co-curricular lesson plans to inspire creative and innovative collaborative learning experiences for students. Students collaborate weekly through email and Google Classroom; they also connect monthly in a live setting. The JDO Foundation is an educational non-profit foundation located in Colorado, USA which aims to provide an enriched educational experience for international classrooms (students aged 8-14 years) by providing state of the art technologies and professional training to the educators managing these technologies. JDO facilitates global collaboration among partner schools to enable students to be accomplished, well informed digital citizens.
Our school is technology driven by Google to empower teachers and students. Google for Education gives teachers the freedom to spend more time personalizing the learning experience, and less time managing it. Students can learn 21st-century problem-solving and the skills they’ll use in their future careers, with accessibility features that help every student do their best work.
For social emotional learning, our school has tied up with Goonj, a non-profit organisation which aims to recognize and value the potential of local resource and traditional wisdom of people. Further, Second Step, USA has contributed to our school by providing its social emotional learning expertise which has been suitably incorporated in the curriculum.
To deliver the curriculum, our school is capitalizing on its links with local and national businesses to ensure it uses the most up-to-date and relevant topics and approaches. By making the most of local STEM employers, the school can instil independence, confidence and leadership to develop the 21st Century Interdisciplinary skills, learning skills, life and career skills which are critical for achieving success in both life and work.