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Learning at NACIS will be a creative, challenging and rewarding experience for your child. They will be inspired by both Chinese and International teachers to be personally, socially and academically ambitious.
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At NACIS, we are ambitious for every student to succeed academically, personally and socially.
Your child will experience the best teaching from both the East and the West in a multilingual environment. Your child will love coming to school and will celebrate individual and collective success within a culture of pride and respect.
As the Primary productions continue, we share more details and pictures of the productions from last week and today. From Secondary, students share their reflections on their French learning journey so far.
To satisfy their curiosity on what defines an international school student, two Nord Anglia Education students surveyed their fellow peers across 15 countries on the meaning behind the word. What they discovered was fascinating.
What is the value of creativity amid fast-paced technological change? In his Huffington Post article, Nord Anglia Education CEO, Andrew Fitzmaurice, highlights the notable impact on students’ creativity, confidence, and global awareness from our enhanced performing arts curriculum.
Rachael Howarth tells us her experience on putting together a virtual choir across countries, cultures, ages and time zones for the Global Campus Virtual Choir. Over 2000 students from 15 countries and 43 schools contributed their voices to this amazing song composed by the talented Jack Blume.
As we approach the end of the semester, this week Grades 4 and 5 share their reflections from their first year at NACIS. From Secondary, we learn about the recent Grade 6 maths challenge as well as how students are developing their language and drawing skills in the Comic Club ECA.
With the end of our first academic year in sight, Nord Anglia Chinese International School Shanghai (NACIS) recently held our Founding Families celebration.
In this week’s edition of our weekly eNewsletter, we continue to share student reflections from the year so far. This week, we hear what our Grade 2 and 3 students have enjoyed most about their first year at NACIS. For Primary, we also share information on the upcoming productions including dates. From Secondary, we learn more about progress in the science labs and an exciting announcement for Global Campus activities.
In this week’s edition of our eNewsletter, we bring you some highlights from Grade 1 as they begin to reflect on their first year at NACIS. We also share lots of photos from last week’s Primary Drama Days. From Secondary, we learn how students have been improving their Chinese language ability through singing and debating competitions.