Heritage International School has been shortlisted as a finalist for the first ever Tes Awards for International Schools. These awards highlight the most outstanding schools and teachers the global education community has to offer.
The shortlisted finalists have been selected by a panel of expert judges including school leaders, experts, and education researchers. After rigorous judgement from a strict set of criteria, it has been revealed that Heritage has been shortlisted for the "International Principal/Headteacher of the Year" award. The judges’ objectivity, professionalism, and high standards will help establish winning the awards as an achievement highly sought after.
Rob Ford, Heritage CEO and Director: “I see my role at Heritage very clearly as being able to enable others to lead, to place academic excellence at the centre of all we do for the students and it is a privilege to serve the teams and community I work with as we continue to make Heritage one of the best schools in Europe. This nomination, our academic success, establishing the 1st international school in Moldova and recent similar announcements such as being shortlisted for the PIE Awards "Secondary category" in 2023 and Deputy Academic Director, Tatiana Popa, named by ISC as one of the top 20 "edrupters" globally in education, last week, all point to the road to outstanding as an international school in Europe, we are on. We have come a long way, achieving a great deal, in a short space of time, facing a number of serious challenges, especially as we are still less than 7 years old.”
The shortlisted schools and teachers are representing 36 countries across the world.
Dan Worth, International Editor for Tes Magazine: “The Tes Awards for International Schools give our inspiring international education colleagues across the world an opportunity to celebrate educational innovation and success in a raft of important areas. The shortlist highlights some incredible achievements across the sector and showcases the best that international schools delivering either the British Curriculum or International Baccalaureate have to offer across the world.”
The awards have been supported by leading international school associations, including BSME (British Schools in the Middle East), COBIS (Council of British International Schools), ECIS (The Education Collaborative for International Schools), FOBISIA (Federation of British International Schools in Asia), and the IB (International Baccalaureate), a global leader in international education.
The winners will be announced on 25 April 2024 at https://www.tes.com/school-awards.
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