Chettinad Public School wins British Council award

The Chettinad Public School here has bagged the British Council International School Award (ISA) for its outstanding level of support towards nurturing global citizenship in young minds and enriching teaching and learning the best practices.

SP. Kumaresan, Chairman of the school, and Mohankumar, ISA Coordinator, received the award for the year 2017-20 from the Director, British Council, south India in Chennai recently, a release from the school said.

The school won the award after it met all the parameters, including collaborating projects at the international level laid down by the British Council for the award, it said.

“For Chettinad Public School, the award opens up new avenues of collaboration with overseas schools to create rich learning experience for students through use of Information and Communication Technology,” said Mr. Kumaresan.

ISA was a benchmarking scheme of the British Council that accredits schools as having support for inculcating global citizenship in students, he added.

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