MLZS, Alwar welcomed other schools for knowledge exchange programme. Their one week stay was filled with classroom teachings, interactive sessions, presentations, one on one meeting with the teachers etc.
They studied the school's teaching methods, discussed future plans, progress and development of ongoing projects.They also visited the historical monuments like Taj Mahal , India Gate, Rastrapati Bhavan, Rajghat , to name a few . They enjoyed every bit of Indian culture. Ms. Heather Lacey and Ms. Bev Hancock appreciated the beauty and magnetism of Taj.Their evening visits included . They tried their taste buds on to each and every Indian delicacy and spices of Delhi. The visit was a great learning experience for both of us .Look forward to more such exchange programmes.
Post International School Award and accreditation (2006-07) we are currently into the third year of our partnership with UK school. This year after undergoing a competitive tendering process by DFID we have got the GCP grant for this year.
The partnership undertakes joint curriculum projects with global dimension themes. Cost such as staff training travel, communication costs, project material and supply are covered in the grant. . The school will jointly work on wide range of subjects and develop culturally enriched projects.