International School Awards


  • RAJHANS WINS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD (ISA)


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    One more feather is added to Rajhans’ plumed hat as it celebrates the winning of the prestigious British Council International School Award(ISA) 2015. The award is the culmination of outstanding work put in by the teachers and students of Rajhans through their participation in multiple projects and activities ranging from primary to senior secondary level that helped students to prepare themselves as competent future global citizens.

    The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for: nurturing global citizenship in young people and enriching teaching and learning.

    ISA provides a framework for schools to develop an action plan and implement international activities throughout the year and encourages schools to collaborate with overseas schools to create a rich learning experience for students through the use of creative pedagogical practices and real context for learning.

    The Award Ceremony, held in New Delhi on 8th and 9th of July 2015, was attended by school education policy makers, principals and coordinators of over 500 schools from across India. Eminent guests from government and non-government sector were a part of the ceremony. This included Mr. Shigeru Aoyagi, Director and Representative , UESCO, officials from Government of India , NCERT, Departments of Education and University Department of Education from across the country.

    Mr. Rob Lynes - Director British Council India, Ms. Susan Douglas - Senior Advisor at the British Council, Mr. Ruchir Ghosh - Regional Director, South Asia for Cambridge International Examinations gave away the awards in the following categories:

    • International School Award
    • Global Teacher Accreditation

    The ISA comes with the prestigious kite mark as its logo which can be used on all the school’s stationery and communiqué for the next 3 years.

    Rajhans has now truly set out on its voyage to internationalism.