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To develop confident responsible reflective innovative and engaged learners

Sage International School is working with the International Award for Young People (IAYP) which delivers the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award in India to offer our students, new ways to broaden their curriculum. Both IAYP and Sage International School believe that learning should not be confined to the classroom, but should also take place in the school environment and wider community.
We are working together to develop confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged learners and create opportunities for young people to develop skills, get physically active, give service to their local community and experience adventure.
We have got the license and certification to operate the International Award for Young People as a Youth Engaging Society (YES) Centre in India. 
The IAYP certification and license also show our credibility and authenticity at a global level. By promoting it, we are helping our students at Sage International School, to develop new skills, see a new world of opportunities, get recognition, and gain all the benefits of the IAYP program.
Students under the program have visited a prison to understand and empathize with the inmates. Festivals are a great way to bring people together, bring happiness in the lives of everyone. We at Sage International School promote our students to donate handcrafted diyas and greeting cards for the underprivileged  people who are not able to  celebrate the festival in a joyous manner. Before that, our students on the occasion of Ganesh chaturthi, made  Ganesh idols of clay, decorated them beautifully and then donated it to the  children of the nearby slum areas so that they also may get involved in the festivities. Students are motivated to partake in plantation drives to make the world a better breathing place. Open lands are identified for this purpose where our young learners themselves plant trees.