Our youngest students at the British International School Bratislava also loved their new “curiosity bags,” which were full of materials to allow them to get creative.
Learning led by their teachers
Your child’s teachers will be with them every step of the way. We want their virtual learning to give them the familiarity of the school day through as much real-time teaching as possible. This is because we know young children benefit the most from face-to-face time with their teachers.
We also know how important it is to provide stability for your child, allowing them to continue to experience the routine of attending school with its many teacher and peer relationships. Our teachers are there to maintain the warm, neighbourly, community feel of being in school. They also understand your child’s development needs and how they learn best. And just as they do in person, you will receive regular updates from them on your child’s progress and achievements.
Tune in to Ms Brisson, showcasing a virtual school story time to her students at Country Day School, Costa Rica.
All the schools in our global family continue to provide virtual schooling in some capacity, and your child’s teachers have access to thousands of shared resources which have been created by their peers, and curated and quality assured by our dedicated Education Team. In this way, your child benefits from the shared creativity and expertise of Nord Anglia’s 9,000 teaching colleagues worldwide.
Every Nord Anglia teacher can instantly collaborate, share best practice, and use their collective insight to develop new ways to improve how your child learns or how to best transition between online and on-campus teaching. This relationship also means their teachers will be there even if your child needs to transfer from a physical school environment to a virtual one, or vice versa depending on the latest government regulations.