British Orchard Nursery bags Global awards
British Orchard Nursery becomes the world's first-ever nursery-chain to win global awards at prestigious international forums. UAE's largest and most awarded nursery chain has once again proved its mantle by winning the highly coveted Golden Peacock Global Award for Innovation Management and the distinguished European Assembly Socrates award in recognition of intellectual development of society.
At the Golden Peacock Awards ceremony held in London, British Orchard Nursery has established its credentials as one of the best early years provider across the globe as it marked its presence amongst the big regional and international giants such as General Motors, Dubai Customs, Tata Motors and London Stock Exchange amid others.
British Orchard Nursery was also the proud recipient of the European Assembly Socrates Award at France for its outstanding successes in business, economy and social progress. Nominees included politicians, businessmen and women, scientists, and those whose works help to further the economic, scientific and cultural development of society. The nominees were primarily assessed by the Socrates Awards Committee, Oxford, UK, which represents leaders within the business, education and science international communities.
At receiving the coveted titles, Vandana Gandhi, the founder and CEO of British Orchard Nursery, said: "Teaching is in itself a rewarding experience, and when the efforts are recognised at such prestigious platforms, we are encouraged to perform even better. I would especially like to thank the jury and management of the Golden Peacock Award for championing the cause of innovation quality, and sustainability as well as the Socrates Committee for recognising our endeavours. The credit also goes to the British Orchard team and the parents of our students who entrust us to provide a conducive educational environment where the children can bloom.
"In this day and age, schooling requires more than conventional methods of learning, and we need to keep revising our teaching methods to keep up with the times."
Schools need to design innovative ways to keep the students' interest afloat and to make the lessons enjoyable. We should realise that children respond far more positively to imaginative means of learning, yielding far better results. I take pride in the fact that at British Orchard Nursery we constantly find new ways to appeal to students, making sure that their time at school is relaxed, happy and worthwhile."