1-11, Ambassadors Street, Opposite Ota market, behind total filling station, idiroko, Ota, Ogun State

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The British Council International School Award (ISA) 2018/2019 Cycle
The British Council International School Award (ISA) 2023/2024 Cycle
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The involvement of our school in the ISA began with our attendance at one of the ISA Awards Ceremonies in 2018. Prior to this time our school curriculum has been structured to cater for the 'Total child'. The events of the Awards ceremony rekindled a part of this vision which is aimed at giving our students opportunities for international collaboration. As a school we are pleased to incorporate best practices into our endeavors and the ISA has given us the opportunity to have a blend of in and out of classroom experiences that have impacted positively on our students and the larger community in the last one year. Thanks to the British council.

ISA Coordinator

Olatunji, Nnebuihe Diamond
(Vice Principal/ISA Coordinator)

Driving the ISA in our school was an uphill task albeit very rewarding. Saddled with the task of selecting capable hands from our work force to work in the ISA committee, the coordinator engaged her critical thinking skills to make this all-important decision. Having set up the committee, the brainstorming sessions that brought about the seven projects commenced. Having to work with a group of people with mixed abilities was herculean! Notwithstanding, everybody's strength needed to be harnessed for a successful outing.
This is the college arm of The Ambassadors Schools, Ota, Nigeria, a faith-based school founded by Mr. Samson and Mrs. Victoria Osewa in 1998. The college runs the British and Nigerian Curricular which means that in the terminal classes, students write the West African School Certificate (WASCE) as well as the IGCSE. The school also provides tuition for her SAT and TOEFL candidates and a lot of our students have earned overseas scholarships for their tertiary education.

Our projects were a product of brainstorming sessions by the ISA committee members of our school and of course, having done our homework properly. We had no reservations that the team of International Assessors would consider our action plan worthy of approval. The hurdles seem to be endless in the ISA journey! However, with every success comes that sense of achievement that propelled our team to keep pressing on. As a school, we are hopeful that beyond clinching the coveted International Schools Award, the students at The Ambassadors College are equipped with the core skills of: Digital Literacy, Critical Thinking & Problem Solving, Creativity & Imagination, Students' Leadership, Collaboration & Communication and Citizenship.

The Parents are pleased to have their children get involved in international activities and even embark on international trips as occasion demands. Our students are more confident to research on global issues and lend a voice in proffering solutions. For instance, our students have participated in two Model United Nations Conferences where the SDGs are discussed exhaustively. The ISA experience has helped them in no small way.

Our teachers have embraced the ISA and this has culminated in a more enriched curriculum which is of mutual benefit to the school and the larger community. It was quite herculean driving the ISA but it was equally well worth it and we can't wait to be part of the Award-Winning Schools.