Redland Green School

RGS Bristol

RGS Achieved Full International School Award

We are delighted to announce that Redland Green School has been successful in being accredited for the International School Award (ISA), from the British Council.

This award recognises the International links and work we do at Redland Green School, which further enhances our student's learning experience at school. Please take a look at our International page for details of our International activities and details of our partners school in India.

Below are some of the assessor’s comments on our International activies, which highlights the areas where they found our activities particularly impressive and points to take note as we continue to develop the international dimension of our school:

"...You have met the success criteria for the ISA and it is our pleasure, therefore, to recommend Redland Green School for the Accreditation level of the International School Award. Your partnership with your Indian partner school is also excellent and offers a great deal of scope for building a meaningful and sustainable relationship in the future as well as the facility for embedding foreign language teaching and learning into your curriculum, as required by the ISA. It would be very exciting to introduce elements of one of the languages of India into your linguistic repertoire as the vehicles for engaging with the global themes that you have decided to study... Your plans for sustaining and extending your international journey are impressive. In addition to the activities you have placed, your work would be greatly enhanced if you could make efforts to reach out to other schools and the wider community in a broader ambassadorial capacity, involving encouraging, assisting and mentoring other schools specifically to follow your example and engage more closely with internationalism by beginning the journey towards attaining the ISA...Once again, congratulations on the work you have done so far and best wishes for your continued success in the future. Well done". The British Council