ACADEMIC Excellence

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Key Facts
36.2 global average
for the IB Diploma (2020-21)
65.4% of grades at A*-A
for A levels (2020-21)
98.7% global pass rate
for the IB Diploma and A levels (2020-21)

we offer a learning experience like no other

Internationally-recognised curricula and qualifications taught by the world’s best teachers ensure your child leaves school with the strongest academic foundations for success.
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Early Years
  • Early Years
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Post-16

Early Years Curricula

Nord Anglia schools provide globally-recognised curricula to support early years students so they are inspired and able to develop the skills and knowledge needed to head into primary school and beyond.
3 to 5 years old
National Curriculum for England
Many of our schools follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework, giving your child an excellent start to school life and developing a lifelong love of learning.
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3 to 12 years old
International Baccalaureate (IB): Primary Years Programme (PYP)
The IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) nurtures and develops children from aged 3 years old as they grow into active learners.
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2 to 5 years old
International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC)
Informed by new research and feedback from schools around the world, the IEYC was developed to meet the needs of children at this crucial stage of their development.
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Primary Curricula

In primary school, we offer leading qualifications so your child can continue their successful education journey. Our high-quality offering means personalised learning for your child, with innovative and engaging lessons.
5 to 11 years old
National Curriculum for England
In primary school, students build on their early years education to study subjects in greater depth.
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5 to 11 years old
International Baccalaureate (IB): Primary Years Programme (PYP)
A complete curriculum renowned for growing intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills in young learners.
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5 to 11 years old
International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
A structured, holistic curriculum focused on subject, personal and international learning goals.
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Secondary CurriculA

All of our schools offer internationally-recognised curricula and qualifications. Amongst the elite curricula we offer are the English National Curriculum and International Baccalaureate Diploma. We believe these can provide your child with a global education passport, equipping them to further study anywhere in the world.
11 to 16 years old
National Curriculum for England
Students enjoy a wide variety of subjects to prepare for their GCSE (or IGCSE) exams in Year 11 (ages 15-16).
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11 to 16 years old
International Baccalaureate (IB): Middle Years Programme (MYP)
Designed to broaden students’ thinking, explore world issues and prepare them for the IB Diploma.
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11 to 14 years old
International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC)
The IMYC responds to individual learning paths and to connect subjects and themes together in a new way.
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11 to 16 years old
American Curriculum
Covering a broad range of subjects, the American Curriculum prepares students for university and work.
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11 to 16 years old
CBSE Curriculum (ages 11 to 16 years old)
The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) in India offers a challenging and rewarding education programme.
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Post-16 Curricula

Nord Anglia Education schools provide students with pathways to the world's top universities. For children aged 16 and above, they will succeed, thrive and enjoy learning with us.
16 to 18 years old
A levels
Students study A levels in three or four specific fields. They are what universities consider for their admissions processes.
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16 to 18 years old
International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
This is an internationally-recognised two-year course which results in the award of a diploma that is welcomed worldwide for entry to top universities.
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16 to 18 years old
Swiss Maturité
This qualification is studied in Switzerland, and opens the door to every Swiss university and school of higher education.
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16 to 18 years old
French Baccalaureate
Recognised by universities worldwide, the French Baccalaureate now offers several ways of studying depending on a student’s interests, abilities, and ambitions.
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Advanced Placement (AP)
The Advanced Placement (AP) programme is a curriculum in the United States that challenges students with advanced courses so they can earn college credits. It was created by the College Board, the same organisation behind the SAT.
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  • Early Years
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Post-16

TYPICAL school days

When your child comes to nursery or kindergarten, they’ll learn and play in a stimulating, safe environment dedicated to their development.
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Morning
Students spend the morning enjoying one-on-one attention from their teacher mixed with small group teaching and individual exploration.
morning
Two young students having lunch
Lunchtime
Our experienced chefs cook up a balanced, nutritious meal for your child.
Lunchtime
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Playtime and naptime
Children explore sharing with friends, while the younger ones rest.
early Afternoon
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Afternoon
Students might enjoy an immersive arts and crafts session, experimenting with colours, materials, and textures.
mid-afternoon

TYPICAL school days

Our primary school experience brings lessons to life with daily challenges and practical applications of what students learn.
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Start of day
Registration and preparation for the day’s lessons.
early Morning
Two young students reading a book on a floor rug
Morning
Engaging and energetic lessons, including thematic learning, with periodic breaks.
morning
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Lunchtime
It’s time to eat a healthy, freshly cooked meal in the canteen with friends.
Lunchtime
Two students seated at a table, writing and smiling
Afternoon
More stimulating lessons, including exploration and development through the performing arts; music, dance or drama.
Afternoon
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Extracurricular activities
Students have the opportunity to discover a sport or develop a new skill.
late afternoon
A student arriving at school
Bus time
Students reflect on their day, read a book or enjoy a teacher-selected podcast on the bus home.
home time

TYPICAL school days

As your child grows, we’ll ensure they’re academically engaged and challenged. 
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Early morning
Students start with lessons which set the tone for the day.
start of the day
Student playing in a playground
Breaktime
Time to grab a snack before getting back into learning mode.
breaktime
Three students in a Science lesson
Late morning
Students return to lessons to continue developing their knowledge and honing their skills.
late morning
Students in the Cafeteria for Lunch
Lunchtime
Our chefs whip up a tasty, nutritious meal, with an exciting daily menu.
lunchtime
Students in a Lecture setting
Early afternoon
A chance to continue lessons, ensuring science, the arts, maths and languages all receive balanced coverage.
early afternoon
Student playing Tennis
Extracurricular activities
Students can further their skills, interests, and passions in a non-classroom setting.
late afternoon

TYPICAL school days

When your child begins their post-16 (or 6th form) studies, it’s with the goal of attending their perfect university, and preparing them for a life full of success and enjoyment.  
Students in a Science Lesson
Morning
Students begin the day with intensive learning, developing the application of their knowledge across different subjects and situations.
MORNING
Students studying in a Library
Study period
Your child develops self-directed study, continues coursework, or discusses lessons 1:1 with their teacher.
late MORNING
Students in the Cafeteria for Lunch
Lunchtime
Students enjoy a balanced and healthy meal in the canteen with friends.
lunchtime
Student painting onto a Canvas
Afternoon
Students settle back into study mode in a range of collaborative lessons.
afternoon
Students having a discussion
Study time
After school, students have use of our extensive libraries in school and online.
late afternoon

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OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING

We want to ensure every student enjoys the process of learning. Our teachers are academic leaders, setting the example for what learning can achieve alongside developing important life skills through our resilience and wellbeing programmes. With the help of our technologically advanced learning environments, our teachers maximise our students’ academic outcomes every step of the way.  
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VIRTUAL SCHOOL EXPERIENCE

Always learning. Always connected. Our impressive virtual school experience means your child’s learning is continuous wherever they are in the world, whatever stage in their learning journey.
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OUR COLLABORATIONS

We create life-changing experiences for our students through our global collaborations with world-leading institutions and organisations.

The Juilliard School
Our collaboration with the world’s most renowned arts institution enriches our students’ love of dance, drama and music.
MIT
The MIT-Nord Anglia STEAM programme helps our students to develop their creativity and problem-solving skills by tackling interdisciplinary challenges facing the world today.
UNICEF
Students are challenged to make a difference locally and globally by tackling the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Our Teachers

Outstanding teachers make outstanding schools. Our reputation means we attract exceptional teachers. In our stunning campuses, in classrooms supported by the best in technology, our students thrive.

Our 10,000 teachers benefit from our exclusive personal development programme, which means that our students are taught by the very best in education.

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WHAT OUR PARENTS Say

Inspiring learning experiences

Education is about more than academics. We create opportunities for our students that allow them to explore, grow and think critically. These experiences broaden their horizons and spark their curiosity as people, not just as students.

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