Nord Anglia Education’s mission is to help others thrive. Our schools around the world have each nurtured a close-knit community where our students, parents and teachers feel welcome and involved. We also encourage our schools to be active members of their local neighbourhoods to ensure that the whole community thrives.
Our school communities
When you and your child join a Nord Anglia Education school, you will be welcomed into a warm and vibrant community. Our students, parents, staff, and friends of the schools form a diverse and supportive network ready to help you with any aspect of school life. Our schools are hubs for their communtities and offer a wide range of inclusive events and activities including mother and toddler groups, wine and cheese evenings, local language and culture lessons, and weekends away.
Our students and teachers are also united with their peers from around the world every day through our dynamic Global Classroom and Nord Anglia University programmes.
Supporting local communities
Our global community investment programme, NordStar, unites and maximises all charitable initiatives across our group. A school is a vital part of any community and we encourage all our schools to be active members of their local communities. Our students, staff and parents donate valuable time, expertise and resources to support local projects. This benefits both the community and our students, who gain new skills, valuable insights into the world around them and create deep connections to the people and places where their schools are located.
Recent projects include:
- Regents International School Pattaya are working with local school Mechai Payana School to design and develop an educational BIRD Garden for the schools. Over 180 students from primary age to year 9 have worked on the project, learning about the importance of permaculture, composting and sustainable food production and consumption.
- The British School of Beijing ran a training and development programme for Chinese teachers from poorer schools in Beijing and rural provinces. Teachers visited the school, took part in student lessons and partipated in professional development sessions sharing the latest teaching methodologies led by experts from the school.