ISA Report For News

ISA Report For NewsAchariya Bala Siksha Mandir – Thengaithittu, Pondicherry received the prestigious British Council’s International School Award (ISA).

The British Council International School Award supports schools in embedding international learning into the curriculum. Working towards it gives pupils and teachers a new perspective on the world, and the skills to work in a global economy.

The ISA team with Principal, ten teachers and a coordinator took leadership and engaged students to work on different global themes with different tasks for the past one year.

Finally we have received the prestigious British Council International School Award in November 16 at Kolkotta. The Award was given to our school for embedding international learning into the curriculum and creating Global Citizens!

STUDENTS’ EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH CIV INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL – NICE, FRANCE

The British Council International School Award supports schools in embedding international learning into the curriculum.

The school built partnerships with the schools from UK, France, Russia, Uganda and Nepal. The students exchanged letters, mails, projects, Greeting cards, presentations and had discussions on skype.

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As part of the ISA program we have Students Exchange program with a French School CIV International School, Nice – France. Twenty three students and four teachers visited the French school in September for fifteen days. The Indian students and teachers were hosted at French families. They participated in school’s various educational and cultural activities.

In turn 20 French students and two teachers visited our school in January from 4 to 15 for 12 days. They participated in school’s various educational and cultural activities. They enjoyed the PONGAL celebration at our school.

TEACHERS’ EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH BRIT SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

The British Council International School Award supports schools in embedding international learning into the curriculum.

The school built partnerships with the schools from UK, France, Russia, Uganda and Nepal. The students exchanged letters, mails, projects, Greeting cards, presentations and had discussions on skype.

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We got the British Council’s Connecting class room Teachers’ Reciprocal Visit grant for having a strong partnership with a school (BRIT School of Performing Arts and Technology) from London, UK. The UK teacher Ella Saunders visited our school for a week in September. Our Principal Mrs. Usha Parthasarathy and the coordinator Mr. Lazar Ramesh visited the UK School for a week in the second week of November. The British council’s grant helped us to share the best practices and strengthen the partnership between the two schools.