A village faculty in Maharashtra on Thursday was unveiled as one of many three finalists for the inaugural USD 250,000 World’s Best School Prizes, launched within the UK to have fun colleges worldwide for his or her contribution to society’s progress. The faculty has created a cultural dynamic centred on shut ties throughout the group.

PCMC English Medium School, Bopkhel, in Pune, will now progress to the general public advisory vote spherical of the prize within the Community Collaboration class, with the winner to be awarded throughout World Education Week subsequent month.

The faculty, in a distant village in Pune district, is run as a public personal partnership between NGO Akanksha Foundation and native authorities, with most of its college

students from low-income households.

“PCMC English Medium School, Bopkhel also works with local doctors, grocers and religious leaders to help create programmes that help parents in financial need,” stated T4 Education – the UK-headquartered digital media platform which based the prize earlier this 12 months.

“The school launched a programme of free medical check-ups in the community and ‘Master Chef’ style classes were launched that taught families about how to have a healthy and balanced diet. Students are also part of a daily fruit eating initiative that keeps them on track for healthy eating and every week they have a set meal plan. The impact has trickled into their home lives as parents have started to follow the same nutrition plan,” it added.
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