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KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL
ASHOK VIHAR, PHASE - III, DELHI - 110052
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                                                                                                               ‘I am not an Athenian or a Greek but a citizen of the world’ – Socrates

We have actually inherited a large house, a great world house in which we have to live together. The Generation today has to be fully equipped with the right education and the necessary skills to develop into global and digital citizens. We at Kulachi Hansraj Model School have always believed in the 4 C’s – Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Collaboration. The objective is to appreciate and celebrate the cultural diversities throughout the world, to make the students respect, accept, understand and show a positive attitude towards different cultures, people, countries and lifestyles, to make them realize that they are part  of one global village. The global dimension should be reflected in the attitudes and values of our students, the ethos of the school, the programmes of study and key skills.  

It was in the year 2013 we partnered with more than 20 schools of different countries across the globe and worked on myriad projects. We became the recipients of British Council ISA 2014-17 award for successfully accomplishing our goals. We applied for reaccreditation of International School Award in 2016. We had completed 7 International Projects with partners school and received British Council ISA 2017-20. To explore, connect, create and share is our dictum and indeed students are change makers. We empower them with skills for their lives. As a school leaders, I have tried my level best to build leadership. ISA team has worked very hard to accomplish the desirable task of embedding internationalism in the school from K-12.

International Policy

1.    Raise awareness and celebrate the cultural diversity throughout the world.

2.    To make students respect, accept, understand and show a positive attitude towards different  cultures, peoples, countries and lifestyles. 

3.    To make the students realise that they are a part of this Global village.

4.    To focus students minds on global issues. Create awareness of the common global problems and find ways to combat them. 

5.    The global dimension should be reflected in the attitudes and values of our students, the ethos of the school, the programmes of study and key skills. 

6.    School to develop Cross curricular dimension involving languages, cultural diversity, Community participation and add the global dimension.

7.    To enhance an appreciation for diverse culture of the world.

8.    To provide a wider platform to the students so that their potential will be valued across the world.

9.    To be able to work efficiently and communicate effectively. Focus on 4 C’s viz. Communication, Creativity, Critical thinking and Collaboration. 

10.  To equip the students with necessary life skills to become responsible global citizens. 

11.  To make contacts with the staff and students of other countries through e-mails, video conferencing etc.

12.  To learn to explore, connect, create and share.