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‘East meets West’ NACIS Founding Family Celebration

With the end of our first academic year in sight, Nord Anglia Chinese International School Shanghai (NACIS) recently held our Founding Families celebration as a way to thank our first families for embarking on a unique journey of learning and collaboration.

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The theme for the afternoon of celebration was ‘East meets West’, a narrative that derives from the original story of the ‘Monkey King’ and one that reflects our school ethos of blending language and culture to grow individuals who are personally, socially and academically ambitious on a global stage.

With over 600 parents on campus, guests enjoyed musical and dance performances in the theatre reflective of our ‘East meets West’ theme.  As well as performances, parents were able to browse our visual arts exhibition in the Atrium. Drawing on inspiration from the school’s academic philosophy, students’ work demonstrated how over the past months, a group of aspiring young people have grown together to form a school community who are brave, curious and ambitious.

Parents, students and staff then gathered in the Sports Hall to celebrate the naming of the Tan - Jérôme de Meyer Building which provides a long lasting visual memory of a very special day.

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