British International School Awards 2017 celebrates international school successes
TIC sponsored the award for Best New International School
The first ever British International School Awards ceremony took place in London on January 23rd. The event was organised by British International Schools Magazine, and TIC Recruitment was one of the main sponsors. The awards recognised excellence in British schools overseas and celebrated many successes of exceptional learning, school support and leadership.
Representatives from many international schools, from all corners of the world, attended the gala event. Several of the schools that TIC supports for teacher and leadership recruitment were winners. The British School of Kathmandu, which TIC has supported with its incredible contributions to local schools as a result of the country’s earthquake, won the Community Initiative of the Year for that project.
The category winners were:
- British International School of Stavanger for Strategic Initiative of the Year
- The British School Kathmandu for Senior Leadership Team of the Year
- New Cairo British International School for Governing Body of the Year
- The British School Kathmandu for Community Initiative of the Year
- Deira International School for Pastoral Care Initiative of the Year
- Dulwich College, Beijing for Teaching Initiative of the Year
- King’s College Alicante for IT Initiative of the Year
- Doha College won the International Impact award
- Simona Baciu of Transylvania College received the Lifetime Award
- Cranleigh Abu Dhabi won the New British International School of the Year (under three years)
- And The British School Kathmandu took home the overall British International School of the Year 2017 Award.
An esteemed judging panel was chaired by Professor Jeff Thompson CBE of the University of Bath who presented the overall award to Dr John Moore, Principal of The British School Kathmandu.
TIC’s Managing Director, Andrew Wigford presented the Best New British International school award to Brendan Law, Headmaster of Cranleigh Abu Dhabi. The picture shows Andrew presenting the award to Brendan.
TIC would like to share hearty congratulations with every school that won a category or received a nomination, and in particular, well-deserved special recognition to the team at The British School Kathmandu.
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