Award Winning Recognition
Early Years @ Healthy Planet has successfully gained accreditation with the Early Childhood Association (ECA) India by passing the quality audit with flying colours in 2018. Our Early Years programme was described as a ‘temple of learning’ with ‘a genuine commitment to children and education visible in the School.’
Healthy Planet @ NWS would also like to share NWS’s accolades:
The International School Award (ISA)
NWS is a proud three-time recipient of the British Council International School Award from 2011-
2014, 2015-2018 and 2019-2022. The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme through which the British Council accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for nurturing global citizenship in young people and enriching teaching and learning. ISA provides a framework for schools to develop an action plan and implement international activities throughout the year and encourages schools to collaborate with those overseas to create a rich learning experience for students through the use of ICT, creative pedagogical practices and a real context for learning.
Distinguished Performance in Academics
NWS places great value on academic attainment. The results are excellent, positioning the School as one of the very best in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi NCR, with year on year improvements. 97% scored a distinction in the Grade 12 Board examinations in 2019. The School was recognised nationally in 2019 for its ‘distinguished performance in academics’ receiving a ‘Certificate of Excellence’, the Global Educators’ Award from Scoo News. Concurrently awarded Category A status as a C.B.S.E. School means that NWS is providing training and mentoring for other schools to share best practice to raise attainment in other C.B.S.E. schools.
Education World Awards
NWS prides itself on its recent recognition and ranking of 2 in India for ‘Design Thinking Leaders’ by Education World as a School ‘demonstrating an extraordinary capacity to break away from rote learning and adopt pedagogies which encourage the development of the students’ creative thinking, collaborative and problem-solving skills’, awarded in part for the Start-Up Superstars (SSS) initiative. With active learning already firmly embedded in its approaches to teaching and learning, this initiative took inspiration from the Government project of ‘Make in India’ and ‘The School Enterprise Challenge’ India. Integrated across the curriculum, students from classes 1 to 9 and 11 gain hands-on experience of planning, launching and running real businesses, which are owned and operated by them. They are sustainable and may develop year-on-year. One Business per class is ultimately chosen, with each class member having a designated role in the Business Team structure