Centre Point Schoolshave been recipients of British Council’s International School Award. The collaborative work gave the students opportunities to co-learn and co-create with students in schools abroad.
Allbranches of the school follow the Safe and Sensitive School systems laid down by Jenny Mosley’s-The Teacher Foundation [UK].
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award for Young People isa self -development worldwide programmeandmany Centre Pointers everyyearhave participated and have been awardeesof thebronze, silver and gold levels.
CPS is a member of Nagpur Schools Sahodaya Complex a networking of CBSE schools. Principals of the school have been holding key posts in Sahodaya.The school is a lead school of CBSE’s Hub of Learning programme.
All the Centre Points are proud recipients of the International School Award of British Councilo so.
Mrs Sumathi Venugopalan (Principal, Wardhaman Ngr, & Mrs Renu Singh (Vice Prin, Katol Rd) are also British Council School Ambassadors.
Jenny Mosley and Quality Circle Time are synonymous for anyone who considers children’s mental health serious business. CPS teachers receive training and first-hand guidance from her. Moreover Ms Maya Menon is the in-country expert from Teacher Foundation, Bangalore who works closely with staff and students to ensure that QCT is conducted exactly the way it should be.
In its effort to bring global education within its portals, CPS has entered into many partnerships with schools across the globe. Under the aegis of British Council and Fulbright, in such partnerships teachers have visited schools of the partner country and their teachers to have visited and spent time with us. Such visits included collaborative projects, curriculum planning, observing and taking classes and in general, understanding the culture and customs of the partner country.
Notable among such partnerships are:
1. Threshfield Primary, UK
2. Heatside Secondary, Surrey, UK
3. Farndon Primary, Chester, UK
Centre Point School has the unique distinction of having among their very competent staff, two teachers who have been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship and have been on Teacher Exchange Programmes with US schools and universities.
Mrs Meghmala Datta, senior History Teacher from CPS KR spent months with students of Buckhorn High School (USA) where she did her internship. She trained at University of Huntsville, Alabama. Stephanie Bodee from Alabama came as a cultural Ambassador to Centre Point School, Katol Road which was selected for the study of Indian Culture.
She came the following year as a guest to CPS KR through interaction with Mrs. Dutta.
The other Fulbright scholar from CPS was Mrs. Mousoomee Chatterjee. Ms Kim Wilson came from the US in interaction with her.
Mrs Mukta Chatterjee, Executive Director, in Univ of Toronto & Niagara Falls
Cesides regularly receiving teachers and students from schools abroad, CPS staff members are often invited abroad. This exchange of ideas and experiences greatly enhance the teaching-learning experiences in the schools.