Ryan International School Greater Noida wins International School Award 2019-2022

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Greater Noida, 07/12/19: Ryan International School, Greater Noida has once again gained recognition by winning the International School Award (ISA) 2019-22 at a glittering ceremony held at Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi on 6th December, 2019. Ryan International School, Greater Noida has won the prestigious British Council ISA Award for the fourth consecutive term. Various Schools from North Zone-Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh attended the award ceremony. The Prestigious Award was received by Principal Ms Sudha Singh and ISA Member Ms Meeta Negi.

This prestigious International School Award is the fruit of  hard work; covering four different international activities and total seven activities on the framework laid out by British Council, in the span of session 2018-19.

These activities covered diverse themes, best suited for our school and students, giving us an opportunity to connect to schools sharing the same thoughts and passion. To name them: we had : Skills Speak Louder than Words, Sustainable Waste Management, Nuclear Weapons-A Symbol of Progress or Modern day Coloniser, Exploring the Word of Wonders, Prototype Designing of Houses, Languages beyond International Boundaries, Sports-A way to build a better and a peaceful world. Through this programme we successfully collaborated with 5 international schools  which speaks volumes about the enthusiasm with which we carried these activities forward. The schools with which we collaborated are- Gems Founder School, Al Barsha, Dubai, Ryan International School, Masdar,Abu Dhabi, Amazonas English Academy, South America,Holy Cross Public School, Birtamor, Nepal, Bertha-Von-Suttner-Gesamtschule, Dormagen, Germany.

In her elated note, Ms Sudha Singh, principal mentioned it as a noteworthy milestone in the school’s journey towards excellence. “It was a proud moment for each member of Ryan International School, Greater Noida.” She said.

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