Monday, June 11, 2012

Towards The International School Award

The British Council offers the "International School Award" (ISA) as an accreditation framework for schools to record and evaluate their international work and embed it into the curriculum and whole school ethos. The accreditation lasts for three years.
ISA has a very positive impact on developing pupils’ awareness of the cultures of other countries, while still promoting an understanding of their own culture.

ISA supports schools to develop the following:

-An international ethos embedded throughout the school
-A majority of pupils within the school impacted by and involved in international work

-Collaborative curriculum-based work with a number of partner schools
-Curriculum-based work across a range of subjects
-Year round international activity
-Involvement of partner schools and the wider community in the UK
During this academic year, KSPS worked hard to acquire ISA accreditation for the second time.
We worked on producing 8 activities under 3 themes.
Health and Care Theme: 100 m Race, Olympic day, World Health Day, Safety  
Tourism Theme: Exchanging postcards with Nottingham schools, Virtual Museum, International Cultural and Food Festival
Imagination and Story Telling: Talent Show, Story Booklets (exchanged with schools in Nottingham)
Our determination towards winning will allow us to win the International School Award again and again:)
Rawaa Shehab
ISA International Coordinator


Rana Sabbidine said...

It was indeed a rich and fruitful program whereby our students acquired information about others' cultures, habits... through curricular and extra-curricular activities. Words are not not enough to thank All All teachers who contributed in this program, especially YOU RAWAA. Your dedication and love to your work are reflected in the beautiful achievements.

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