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. We are proud to mention that the school has won the prestigious International School Awards (2013-16), (2016-19) and (2019-22) third time in a row. Jaspal Kaur Public School strives to maintain a global outlook and international perspective as a part of its curriculum. As a part of the ISA action plan 2019, the school planned and executed seven different projects for students of different age groups, namely:
Currencies around the world.
What's in your lunchbox?
(Collaborative project with Llwyd Coed School, Wales, United Kingdom)
The Indian and Egyptian Dynasties
Art-The Cultural Lifeline
(Collaborative project with Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, Kuwait )
Clean Country, Green Country
(Collaborative project with Boldi Ideal Multilateral School, Bangladesh)
Power to People
Our school dossier scored the highest marks (58/58) among all the participating schools across India. The whole concept of being a part of ISA has given our students critical thinking about global issues and thus they have become globally aware and responsible. It has opened a window to other countries and cultures, giving teachers and pupils a new outlook on the world. It has prepared pupils with skills for life and work in a global economy, opening their eyes to new opportunities and has created confidence in communicating with people from different backgrounds. It has given our school a fresh and attractive identity, and a new globally conscious ethos.