Council Nepal awarded International Schools Award to twelve Nepalese schools at
The award was handed over by special guests –
Photo: Award winning Schools, Students and Representatives
Twenty two schools from nine districts of Nepal had applied for the ISA award out of which Full Award is granted to Twelve Schools.
|1||Sirjana Community Secondary School||Kaski|
|2||St. Capitanio School||Palpa|
|3||Adarsha English Boarding Secondary School||Parbat|
|4||Durga Lower Secondary School||Baglung|
|5||Achane Higher Secondary School||Dhading|
|6||Traibidya Shikchhya Sadan||Kathmandu|
|7||Sakalya School (Eurokids Chauni)||Kathmandu|
|8||Reliance International Academy (RIA)||Kathmandu|
|9||Babylon National School||Kathmandu|
|10||Karnali Education Foundation||Jhapa|
|11||Suryajyoti lower secondary English boarding School||Jhapa|
|12||Delhi Public School||Dharan|
The schools receiving the full award will be
provided with a trophy and certificates for the School, Principal and ISA
coordinator and will be allowed to use the coveted International School Award
kite mark along with their school logo on all the official stationeries and
promotional materials f
As said by Brenden McSharry OBE, Country Director British Council- “In an increasingly globalised economy, it is vital that our students are prepared for working and communicating with each other in their learning and skills development programmes across international borders in order to secure a prosperous and harmonious world. For our students to thrive in a competitive world, they must develop digital literacy, critical thinking and problem solving skills, creativity and imagination, leadership skills, team building and working skills, ICT management expertise and a commitment to becoming responsible and caring global citizens. International School Award tries to embed these essential elements of the students’ growth in the curriculum through this award”.
What is International School Award (ISA)?
ISA is a yearly award given to participating schools.
Applications from interested schools are called in every year, August/September
period and schools are selected on the basis of their application. The British
Council offers the ISA as an accreditation framew
The ISA approach to school
development is holistic and mirr
A team of representatives from the British Council, Department of Education and Curriculum Development Centre is developed. The dossiers or the portfolio of evidence submitted by the participating schools are evaluated and school visits are organised to see the authenticity of the work and learning outcomes in the children. With the evidences submitted and the outcome of school visits, the schools are granted the award.