Emerald Heights hosts the British Council Principals’ Meet on September 01, 2018 wherein around 35 delegates from 19 schools from Indore and around participated. The meet covered the principles of continuing professional development for teachers and leaders while highlighting the need for core skills and British Council’s offer of six core skills, Communication and Collaboration, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Creativity and Imagination, Student Leadership and Personal Development, Citizenship and Digital Literacy as part of the Connecting Classrooms programme. The meet also listed down the pre-requisites for the British Council International School Award, a programme which is running for the past 15 years benefitting more than 2000 schools in the process.
British Council works with school systems to improve learning outcomes for young people. We have a programme which builds and enhance the capacity of teachers, school leaders and policy makers worldwide and supports them in integrating a range of core skills into the curriculum.