GUWAHATI, April 1 - Gaining global recognition by meeting the international educational parameters, Guwahati-based Miles Bronson Residential School has been approved by Round Square South Asia and Gulf Region as a �Round Square School�. Round Square is a worldwide network of innovative schools in 40 countries across five continents, promoting holistic approach to learning.
In a communication, Rachael Westgarth, Director of Strategy and Operations, Round Square, Windsor, United Kingdom to Dr NK Dutta, founder and principal, Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS) offered her best wishes to the school on being approved by Round Square South Asia and Gulf Region as a Round Square School.
The membership approval letter stated that in the coming weeks and months, the relationship between the two institutions will flourish, and that the school will take the opportunity to access some of the many opportunities available to involve students in conferences and service projects within the South Asia and Gulf region.
Round Square, an organisation of presently 161 member schools across the globe, was founded by renowned German educator and a key figure in the development of experiential learning, Kurt Hahn.
�He believed that students could only really understand life by experiencing it in many exciting and challenging ways based on the six pillars Internationalism, Democracy, Environmentalism, Adventure, Leadership and Service (IDEALS),� a statement said. This membership to the school is an outcome of various Round Square activities the school organised and events in which it actively participated.
The school will attend the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) from October 10 to 16, 2016 at the Louisenlund School, Louisenlund, Guby, Germany with the theme �The journey that makes us�.