Prepare for a successful school transition: Establish routines, promote independence, and nurture a growth mindset in children. Communicate with them about their school day and build positive relationships with teachers and school community. Encourage reading, create a focused homework space, and foster strong family-school-community connections for children's success at the British International School of Boston.
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.
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.
You and your family have finally made the move and adjusted to your new surroundings. Your children have already adjusted to the new city, and will soon need to adjust to their new school. Here are a few tips to help your child get started in their new school.
The excitement of embarking on a new adventure, and the anxiety of not knowing what to expect after moving abroad can cause a mix of emotions for you and your children. In the second part of our Moving Abroad Series, we offer some tips on how you can help your children settle in after relocating to a new country.
We are delighted to announce that applications are open for Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard, which has expanded into three bespoke, immersive performing arts programs taking place in Geneva, Shanghai and Florida.
Nord Anglia Education is pleased to announce the establishment of its Education Advisory Board, chaired by world-renowned film producer and educator, Lord David Puttnam. Find out how Lord Puttnam and Nord Anglia will work together to define the education of the future.
In June, Nord Anglia Education students attended a side event at the United Nations Oceans Conference to discuss the role of youth in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Students ages 10-24 focused on Goal #14 to improve the health of marine life and the ocean.
Deciding what is the right age for your child to begin using technology can vary for every child and family. Craig Brown, Head of Learning Technologies at the British International School, Budapest, gives some advice on what parents should consider before giving their child a tablet.
We are pleased to announce that the first ever Global Games North America is just around the corner. From 29th November to 3rd December 2017, students from across the US and Mexico will head to Orlando, Florida to compete in a variety of sports including archery, basketball, sand volleyball and much more.