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Navigating Academic Progression: Unveiling the Significance of IGCSE in Paving the Way for the IB Diploma at BCB
Explore the pivotal role of the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) in shaping the academic journey of students at BCB, preparing them for the challenges and rigors of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program.
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UNICEF Student Summit inspires and empowers student delegates
With over one hundred student delegates from different Nord Anglia schools joining the 2023 NAE-UNICEF Summit, this year’s summit was the largest in history. 
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Actions, attitudes and reflections
The behavioral policy makes sure that all our students understand that decisions and choices have consequences just like in the real world. We need to follow guidelines that are created to ensure students are safe, feel included and can focus on building positive relationships and achieving success in academics.
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MIT Challenge - Living in Space
Today was an exciting day for our primary students at BCB.  We officially launched our first MIT Challenge of the year and it is called Living in Space, inspired on researches from the MIT Expert Dr. Ariel Ekblaw.
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The Joys of Reading.
Reading is a rewarding experience, whether you are hyped for a brand new release or revisiting an old favourite, there is something therapeutic about reading. It's easy to become so absorbed within a world where we lose our sense of time and place with: intriguing characters; heart-racing situations; and wondrous settings. As Dr Seuss once wrote: “Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks.” As a little boy, Dr Seuss’ influence still holds value.
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A Little Bit of Genius - PodCast
Today, Nord Anglia Education launched a brand-new podcast series called A Little Bit of Genius. In this series, student hosts discuss the theme of creativity with fascinating guests in a number of diverse fields. Nord Anglia’s podcast series is just one of the many incredible opportunities that we offer to students to ensure their education inspires them.
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Rising to the challenge
Students worked with their minds and hands to solve a variety of problems, transforming their understanding and perception of STEAM in a week-long series of workshops, lectures and activities.
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Voting for a brighter future
Nord Anglia International School Manila has developed a voter’s education programme for school students that has the potential to impact the country’s youth
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Teacher Talk - May 2019
David Sheehan, head of pastoral care at Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong, shares why he loves his job and why teaching students core values in the classroom is just as important as developing key skills.
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The reward of well-rounded study
Nearing the end of his first year of University, Nord Anglia International School Shanghai, Pudong graduate Eric Chen shares his thoughts on how the rigour and well-rounded approach to academic study in his senior years at school prepared him well for his degree.
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Young, mighty and globally-minded
Exposing younger students to the complexities of global issues will not only enable them to thrive in an inter-connected and multi-cultural society in the future but empower them to want to make greater positive change in the world.
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Teacher Talk - April 2019
NAIS Dublin’s head of primary Lisa Cannell shares how it’s a daily privilege to watch a child learn and why it’s important for young people to have an education that enriches both the mind and soul
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They mean business
Teaching students to become entrepreneurs is empowering them with the skills and mindset to lead more successful, fulfilled lives.
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Unleash your creativity
Creativity isn’t a trait unique to those who pursue the arts. Educators say it’s a way of thinking that leads to imaginative and unique solutions to all types of real-world problems.
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Back to the classics
Students learn far more playing in an orchestra than just learning to perfect the sounds of the music on their own.
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Taking the lead
It’s not just about fun for students at our summer camps. Through different activities they learn valuable life skills such as leadership, greater self-confidence, teamwork and time management
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In tune with success
Students experience both artistic and personal breakthroughs at Nord Anglia’s newly expanded Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard programme
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Playing to learn
Focussing on play during a child’s early years education is a motivational approach that enables them to achieve greater academic success, develop lifelong skills and a positive attitude to learning.
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More than a single answer
Learning has shifted from solving a problem with a single, definitive answer to identifying problems in a given situation and offering multiple, possible solutions, Nord Anglia Education, Education Director Andy Puttock says.
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Does it matter which university you choose?
Where you go is not who’ll you’ll be, were comments that sparked debate recently in the media and got many of us thinking, does that statement ring true for the university you choose? Windermere Preparatory School’s International Student Advisor Ruth Lahnston, Counselor Nancy Gerena and British International School Chicago, South Loop’s Director of Counseling Lindsay Kafitz say students should choose a university that is the best fit for them.
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