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International and Global Learning Policy

International Schools Award

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Fantastic News! - We have successfully gained re-accreditation of our International School Award 2022-2025!

Dear International Co-ordinator,

Thank you for submitting your International School Award Impact Evaluation form. We are delighted to inform you that it has been approved by our assessors. Congratulations!

Your school is hereby accredited from 1 September 2022 to 31 August 2025. To ensure that there is no gap in your accreditation, you will need to submit your next action plan for reaccreditation in just over 2 years. The actual deadline will be announced on our website nearer the time.

Here are the assessor’s comments on your Impact Evaluation, to highlight where your application was particularly impressive and points to take note of as you continue to develop the international dimension in your school:

"Congratulations Bishop King Primary School has successfully met the reaccreditation criteria for the full International School Award. You have quite a collection of international partner schools, with whom your pupils have been able to carry out some lovely collaborative activities. I am sure that you are keen to get the exchange visits underway, once the pandemic restrictions have eased. Your pupils have been able to experience some excellent international activities which will have allowed them to develop as global citizens, as well as improve their language skills. Your Impact Evaluation contained a wealth of information and your enthusiasm for the international work that you and your colleagues are doing at Bishop King is evident throughout. Although you have not been able to support as many local schools as you had hoped, your school website celebrates the international work that you are doing, which will meet the ambassadorial requirements of reaccreditation. I enjoyed reading through your Impact Evaluation, it took a while but was well worth the effort! Well done, and keep up the good international work. "

If your application was resubmitted, the assessor’s final comment is given below:


Congratulations on working so hard to co-ordinate such an impressive range of work as an International Co-ordinator! You are a credit to the school and the wider community.

We will be printing certificates of achievement. If the name of your school or your head teacher has changed since you submitted your action plan, please inform us at in the next two weeks to ensure we have the correct information for your certificate of achievement. You will soon be invited to attend an award ceremony where you will receive your certificate and will celebrate your success with other international coordinators and The British Council. If you are unable to attend, please inform us and we will post the certificate to the school.

The scheme mark, which is a key part of the Award, and press release template will be sent with a separate email.

We hope that the scope of your excellent international activities will continue to develop and benefit the school community; your support, commitment, creativity and innovative international work is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for taking part in the International School Award. Please convey our very best wishes and many congratulations to all staff and pupils both in the UK and overseas who have taken part in the scheme. Please also contact your local media to inform them about your successful international work - this is a great achievement and one that deserves celebrating and sharing widely.

We wish you the best as you continue with your international journey.

Kind regards,


The International School Award team

British Council


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