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Sanskriti KMV School bags international award

Sanskriti KMV School bags international award
Representatives of Sanskriti KMV School, receive International School Award in Chandigarh. Tribune Photo

Our Correspondent

Jalandhar, December 7

For the second time, Sanskriti KMV School has been accredited with International School Award 2018-21 by British Council at a ceremony, which was held in Chandigarh recently.

The award was received by Principal Rachna Monga and the ISA Coordinator Gurmeet Kaur. The school has been awarded with trophy and certificate of recognition consecutively for the second time for its global projects, involving more than 200 activities based on the international culture appreciation; environment conservation; scholastic intellect; international harmony; and development.

The principal said: “The school has been providing global learning through integrated subject curriculum, involving all age group students, their parents and the teachers.”

“Owing to the need of exposure for knowledge sharing, resource development and communication, the school has developed an international learning environment through global partners from UK, USA, Egypt, Kenya , Palestine, Lebanon, Taiwan, France, Romania, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan,” she added.

She congratulated the ISA Coordinator and the team and extended good wishes to the students and the parents for the benchmarks achieved by the school in continuation.


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