TIC to present New British International School Award at Ceremony

Published on 6th December, 2016 by Owen Richards. Published in For Candidates / TIC News

We are proud to support the inaugural British International School Awards

TIC Recruitment will be presenting the award for the best New British International School of the Year at the first ever British International School Awards in January.

The British International School Awards, which will be an annual event honouring a range of British international schools, are being promoted by British International School Magazine. A prestigious panel of judges, all respected international educators, have selected the short-list of finalists within a range of categories, based on applications from international schools around the world.

“The awards are a fantastic chance to highlight some of the exceptional teaching and learning, community efforts, and standards of leadership that British international schools around the world are gaining a reputation for,” says TIC’s Managing Director, Andrew Wigford.

Andrew will be presenting one of the ten awards at a ceremony in London on 23rd January 2017. “There were some very good nominations for The New British International School of the Year Award and they’ve been whittled down to some exceptional finalists,” says Andrew. “We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to be presenting this award.” In the running for the award are Cranleigh Abu Dhabi, Epsom College Malaysia, Le Regent Crans-Montana College, and Nord Anglia International School Dubai.

Amongst the awards being presented this year will be: International School Community Initiative of the Year; International School Pastoral Care Initiative of the Year; Teaching Initiative of the Year; International Impact Award, and several others.

Everyone at TIC wishes all the finalists the very best of luck! Find out more about the awards here.

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Owen Richards

Owen works in media relations and marketing. His main focus is working with the press on features about teachers who have moved overseas to teach internationally.