August 4: Sanskriti International School has bagged the prestigious award of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) Accreditation by Fieldwork Education, UK.
With this, the school said it has become the first international school in South Asia to get accredited by the UK-based organization.
According to the school, this accreditation is provided by Fieldwork Education, UK for those schools who follow comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum with a clear process of learning and specific learning goals for every subject, encouraging personal learning.
“IPC has its presence in 92 countries worldwide in over 730 schools till date, and only 17 schools have received IPC accreditation. Sanskriti International School is among one of the accredited schools,” the statement added.
For IPC Accreditation, any school has to go through Fieldwork Education’s rigorous self-review process, culminating accreditation visit and presentation of external view for continued and focused improvement in learning. This accreditation is valid for three years and is renewed with the same process.
Sanskriti International School said it aims to improve the quality of education through child-centered learning to build leadership qualities by changing the traditional educational system in Nepal.
Chairman of Sanskriti International School, Ranjit Acharya, shared, “We are humbled to receive the prestigious IPC Accreditation by Fieldwork Education, UK. Being among only 17 accredited schools in the world from the IPC award is a proud moment for all of us in Nepal.”