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Our Projects

Our students are already taking action

Around the world, Nord Anglia Education students have found innovative ways to advance the Global Goals and will be tackling two goals each year. By working with UNICEF and collaborating with fellow students, local governments and NGOs, students have gained a deeper understanding of how to help their communities in big and small ways. They presented their work to the President of UN General Assembly and UN Membership during a special side meeting at the United Nation’s High- Level Political Forum earlier this year.

Our global family of schools transcends borders, cultures and communities and challenges students to think globally. We give students the autonomy to collaborate, problem solve and think about their purpose in the larger community and the world.

These experiences equip students for the leading roles they will play in our future. Helping them to develop well informed views on the issues we face today will ultimately shape the world in which we live.

Here are just a few of the projects that our students have been leading around the world.

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Combatting hunger one seed at a time

One in three people globally are malnourished. At the British International School of Charlotte, upper school students led the entire student body to participate in programmes that focused on ending hunger and improving the quality of life for residents of an impoverished community in the city. The school partnered with a local organisation, Pop Up Produce and nearby Shamrock Gardens Elementary school to help advance their goal.

Students raised money to purchase seeds and soil to plant a garden outside their classroom to grow vegetables. They also bought water barrels to nourish the planted seeds. Pop Up Produce taught students how to grow vegetables successfully in Charlotte’s climate. The vegetables grown was ultimately used locally to support people who live in food deserts in Charlotte.

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Uniting the community to help those in need

Almost 900 million people worldwide live on less than US$1.90 a day. Students at Dover Court International School Singapore collected donations for local food banks in the city. Working with FoodBank SG and Willing Hearts Soup Kitchen, students organised a food drive for the elderly, low-income families and those with disabilities.

After weeks of preparation, the food drive lasted one week with students volunteering at the soup kitchen. Through FoodBank SG and Willing Hearts Soup Kitchen, students felt empowered to spread the message and show the community how to take action to advance the Global Goals—in particular eliminating world hunger.  

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Using creativity to support those less fortunate

Unless we make changes now, by 2030, 69 million children will die before reaching their fifth birthday. Students at the British Vietnamese International School, Ho Chi Minh City, partnered with a local organisation, The Charity Helping the Sick and Destitute, to fund six heart operations for children in need of urgent care. To accomplish their goal, 800 students created 1,000 pieces of art and sold them in an exhibit at school. The Have a Heart Exhibition ultimately raised $25,000. 

The first child to benefit from the donated funds was Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong, a 16 year old girl who had 12 operations as a result of a congenital heart problem. 

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Raising their voices

Our students are passionate advocates for children's rights and the Sustainable Development Goals, participating in significant seminars and conferences to ensure that young people's insights play a central role in the debate.

In July, students from our schools in New York and Washington attended a side event at the United Nations Oceans Conference to discuss the role of youth in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Students from our schools in Bratislava, Switzerland and Prague participated in the 17th Informal ASEM Seminar on Human Rights held in Bulgaria in November. 

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