Wednesday, December 6, 2023

DBMS Kadma wins maiden International School Award

Jamshedpur, Dec: DBMS Kadma High School for the first time has been accredited by the British Council with the prestigious International School Award (ISA) for the period 2018 � 2021.

The award ceremony was held in Delhi where schools from different zones of India were recognized for their year-long sincere efforts in inculcating Internationalism in their school curriculum and in building and sustaining partnerships with schools across the globe.

“This initiative was taken with the help of the school management, specially with B. Chandrashkehar’s guidance. It had seven projects and various supplementary activities well integrated into the curriculum and spread across classes Nursery to Std XII providing an exposure to teachers and students on an International platform”, said Principal Meena Bugli.

Addressing a press conference in the school premises on Tuesday, Meena Bugli further said, It helped the children to understand the diverse world beyond their classrooms and their country. The Fruit Punch, the International Ensemble and the Globe Trotters were a few of the projects. A colourful programme was put up for the parents that showcased all the projects taken up by our school.�

“We have started several initiatives including the connecting classroom through Global Learning Programme which unites pupils in DBMS School with school children around the world to build friendships, increase awareness, understanding of global issues and also helps in exchange of knowledge and culture,” said ISA coordinator Suparna Roy.

She informed that students interacted with school children from Thailand and United States via Skype and soon they will hold one to one interaction with school students from Brazil and France. Soon teachers training programme will also be held, Roy added.

Principal Meena Bugli, ISA coordinator Suparna Roy, ISA incharge Sangeetha Samant, received the certificate on behalf of the school from Duncan Wilson, Director SES and Jemima Hughes (SAM �TS) British Council.

At a special ceremony the school management plans to felicitate the teachers, students, parents, resource persons and other stakeholders whose contribution was vital in winning this award.

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