The Millennium Education wins the prestigious British Council International School Award. Seven schools of TME were given the award at a graceful ceremony #PAKISA2021 held at Pearl Continental Hotel Rawalpindi on 8th Dec 2021. The #PAKISA2021 ceremony was organized by British Council and attended by school Principals and teachers and various people from British Council namely Muhmmad Ali, Uzma Yousaf -Country Head Cambridge International Examinations, Omer Khan South Asia Regional Lead for ISA and Project Coordinator Schools and Usman Khalid Head of Schools Programme . The schools winning British Council International School Award for the year 2021 are The Millennium Education One World School E 11 Islamabad, TME Regents Park D 18 Islamabad, TME Indus Campus Attock, TME Notting Hill Campus Jehlum, TME Future World School Defence Lahore, TME Holborn Campus Gujranwala and TME Waterloo Campus Islamabad. The school principals and ISA Coordinators received the award on behalf of their schools at the ceremony.
The Connecting Classrooms International School Award (ISA) strand is a prestigious global accreditation programme offered by the British Council that recognizes the commitment and good practices of schools in incorporating international dimensions into their classrooms. Successful schools are accredited for three years after completion of the approximately 12-month process which comprises multiple stages; starting from action planning, implementation of the approved plan, national and international collaboration and sharing, self-evaluation and finally, the compilation of evidence for submission to the British Council for assessment. The award is a testament reflecting the internationalization of TME schools. Schools from The Millennium Education Group partnered with various local and international schools and worked towards promoting sustainable development goals, culture diversity, inclusivity. It was a great learning experience where learners had an opportunity to interact with students from diverse backgrounds.
The Millennium Education started its ISA journey with British Council in the year 2018 where schools were given training by British Council Cluster wise in Punjab, Islamabad and KPK. The trainings were conducted on Core Skills and Connecting Classrooms Modules where teachers and schools Heads and Principals were briefed about different strategies of Teaching and Learning. Ten schools of The Millennium Education won the award in 2019 which were Future World School Wahid Campus Islamabad, TME Piccadilly Campus F-8 Islamabad, TME Trafalgar Campus F -7 Islamabad, TME Oxbridge Campus Chak Shahzad Islamabad, TME Greenwich Campus G 13 Islamabad, TME Kingston Campus G15 Islamabad, TME Khyber Campus Peshawar, TME Pine Campus Abbottabad and Future World School Bahria Town Karachi. One can also see best eLearning Dubai and eLearning Saudi Arabia company.
The ISA provides students and schools with excellent opportunities to learn innovatively and enjoyably using both traditional and modern resources. It builds confidence by enabling them to collaborate with international partners and nurtures their inquisitiveness and curiosity through active learning. It refines their social skills through group work, student presentations and develops their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. All these interactions prepare them to face everyday issues and problems with confidence, now and in the future. The Millennium Education aims to take the British Council International School Award journey forward and aims that all schools of TME achieve the accreditation in the coming year.
The British Council International School Award provides a context and framework within which new skills in information and communications technology (ICT) and pedagogical techniques can be practiced in a safe and structured manner.
The Millennium Education Group collaborates with British Council to offer a special discount on Digital Library Membership for students, faculty and staff
Karachi 1 December 2021: The Millennium Education Pakistan and British Council British Council have signed an MoU to provide Millennium’s students, faculty and staff a special discount on British Council Digital Library membership. The agreement was signed at Millennium Education’s Head office in Islamabad by Sabina Zakir, Director Communications & Outreach at the Millennium Education Group and Michael Houlgate, Director Sindh, Punjab and Baluchistan at the British Council.
The Millennium Education schools and colleges have been promoting regular reading to improve students’ literacy skills and has been providing them digital platforms. Students, faculty and staff across the Millennium Education portfolio that is Roots Millennium Schools, Future World Schools and The Millennium Universal Colleges will be eligible for the discount and can avail the offer by entering the discount code shared with them by their institution in the sign-up form on the British Council Pakistan Libraries website.
The British Council’s Digital Library offers unlimited access to quality educational and entertainment content from the UK and beyond. It brings together subscriptions from leading providers of ebooks, audiobooks, research databases, e-journals, magazines, films and more in one place, offering seamless on-the-go access through a mobile and web app.
Through the Digital Library, the British Council aims to engage Pakistani audiences with a unique digital experience that offers students, professionals and families wider access to the best learning and entertainment content available.
Alongside study and professional development resources, Digital Library members get access to thousands of best-selling fiction and non-fiction titles, films and documentaries across popular genres, the world’s largest collection of concerts and music films and a digital news-stand with the latest issues of 8000+ international publications.