International School Award

The British Council International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for its teaching practice to add

a. International dimension to its curriculum

b. Innovation to classroom curriculum transaction

In India it was launched in 2004 and till date 363 schools have received the award. Manasarowar Pushkarini Vidyashrama is indeed proud that we are the first school in Mysore to have received the the International School Award, British Council which is valid for a period of 3 years 2013-16.

As part of this programme the whole school had been involved in various projects of International dimensions from September 2012-July 2013. The entire ISA activities span for a period of a year and a completely international dimension to education can be achieved only through crossing barriers and reaching out to schools across the world.

Pushkarini has worked for a year on various international activities by partnering with the following schools:

Barton Court Grammar School, Canterbury, Kent, UK

Cleeve Primary School, Hull, UK

Holy Trinity College, Srilanka

Aino 1 Girls High School, Kandahar, Afghanisthan

Zarghoona Ana High School, Kandahar, Afghanisthan

The projects that Pushkarini is involved in as part of the ISA:

A Study of World Faiths – Our Sacred Duty

Forms of Government and their influence on the Fundamental Rights and Duties of citizens

Animal Habitats across the world and Adaptation skills

Math in Me

Four Distant Countries One Human Race

Enter with Inclination, Exit with Inspiration – Tribal Arts of the world

Moon Myths

Gender Discrimination – Blame the Chromosome, Balance the Gender