The Indirapuram Group is a participant in UK-India international partnership. The program is designed to expose students in both countries to the culture of the other through exchange programs and teacher exchanges. Teachers of our institutions visited the George Spencer Academy,Nottingham in 2014 to learn the workings of the British education system and understand the way teaching methodologies vary from India. The exchange also saw teachers from the UK visit us. They appreciated the sincerity and levels of applications shown by our students.
Four of our schools are host schools for Generation UK-India teaching assistantship program,a large scale mobility program delivered by the British Council.This program aims to create links between the UK & India by sending UK graduates into Indian schools as teaching assistants. As a result, our schools get the chance to engage with the UK,build contacts for future collaboration and introduce different ideas and ways of working or studying.
The International School Award is an accreditation scheme of British Council for curriculum-based international work in schools.The scheme provides recognition for teachers and their schools working to instill a global dimension into the learning experience of all children and young people.
The ISA supports schools to develop the following:
The school was bestowed with the International School Award (ISA) for 2010-13, accredited by the British Council. This recognition came after rigorous efforts. It entered into partnership with six schools in U.K., Turkey, France and Kenya in the very first year and collaborated in numerous projects aimed at enhancing global understanding and optimizing opportunities for learning from the best practices of the world whilst networking with students across the globe.
Connecting Classrooms builds lasting partnerships between schools in the UK and India and other countries around the world. Through these partnerships, the program develops trust and understanding between young people in different societies, creating a safer and more connected world for the future. Connecting Classrooms offers collaborative projects for learners, professional development for teachers, school leaders and local authority coordinators, and eligibility for school participation in International School Awards. International partnerships enrich the curriculum, improves skills and motivation and help schools and local authorities to meet core government objectives.
We along with seven other leading schools of Delhi (Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri; Delhi Public School, R K Puram; Amity International School, Saket; Ramjas School, Pusa Road; Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodi Road; Springdales, Pusa Road and Modern School, Barakhamba Road are collaborating with six partner schools in Bristol (UK). Under this project, there have been exchanges of Principals and teachers between the partner school in India and the U.K.
Japan's JENESYS (Japan East-Asia Network for Students and Youths) as a Kizuna (bond) project to bring students from over asia for cultural exchange to their country. The purpose of such study tour is to learn more about the culture and society of Japan, and strengthen the bond between the 2 nations. Students are selected by the Indian education boards on the basis of entry forms and list of activities we had participated in in the last few years.