- The campaign commenced with a competition open to students from grades 6 to 12 across all four JBCN International School campuses
JBCN International School launches ‘Teachers of Tomorrow’ campaign aimed at honouring and celebrating the invaluable contributions of educators and applauding the dedication and pioneering spirit of teachers while highlighting their role in shaping young minds and society.
The campaign commenced with a competition open to students from grades 6 to 12 across all four JBCN International School campuses. Through the “Teachers of Tomorrow” competition, learners were encouraged to delve into their imagination and capture the essence of a modern educator who champions positive change in the world of education through stories, poetries or artwork.
Learners were encouraged to unleash their creativity, weave magic through words or art and showcase their interpretation of Teachers of Tomorrow. Srishti Guptaroy, a visual artist, illustrator and fashion designer, was responsible for evaluating the submissions received for the Teachers of Tomorrow competition.
Kunal Dalal, Managing Director of JBCN Education, commented, “With the ‘Teachers of Tomorrow’ campaign, we celebrated educators i.e. visionaries who shape the learners of today to become changemakers and be future-ready. We are committed to providing transformative learning experiences and a progressive environment to encourage learners to think and act as catalysts of change in an ever-evolving world.”
Srishti Guptaroy, a visual artist, illustrator and fashion designer, commented, “I’m truly inspired by the innovative and refreshing ideas put forth by these young learners. It’s incredibly promising to envision a tomorrow especially where the next generation possesses such boundless imagination but with clarity of thought.”
“Teachers of Tomorrow” celebrated teachers and provided a creative outlet for learners. Furthermore, the campaign is a significant part of JBCN Education’s 20-year celebrations. On September 5th, the announcement of a total of 20 winners was made. The entries we have received will be compiled into an artwork that aims to inspire and make a positive impact on the young learners’ minds.