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News image Five ways to raise resilient children-Five ways to raise resilient children-Kids talking to teacher over a game of chess News | homepagefeaturedarticle | Highlights
Five ways to raise resilient children
Children growing up today have a different set of challenges than children in previous generations. How we prepare them to face these challenges can not only prevent them from developing mental illnesses, but it can set them up to be well-adjusted, resilient adults.
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News image Our Commitment to Families at the British School Yangon-Our commitment to families at the British School Yangon-students working together News | homepagefeaturedarticle | Highlights | School Updates
Our commitment to families at the British School Yangon
At the heart of what we do is to ensure every child receives the highest possible standard of education, now and in the future.
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News image STEM learning soars in popularity, Nord Anglia data shows-STEM learning soars in popularity Nord Anglia data shows-Teacher helping student News | homepagefeaturedarticle | Highlights
STEM learning soars in popularity, Nord Anglia data shows
NAE global figures showing that online STEM courses taken by its students this year were twice as popular compared to the same period last year.
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News image Does reading create smarter children?-Does reading create smarter children-Kids reading a book News | homepagefeaturedarticle | Highlights
Does reading create smarter children?
The positive effects of reading article by our very own Naima Charlier, Director of Teaching & Learning at NAIS Hong Kong.
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News image Why is BSY sixth form the right pathway before university abroad?-Why is BSY sixth form the right pathway before university abroad-Student sitting down reading a book News | homepagefeaturedarticle | Highlights
Why is BSY sixth form the right pathway before university abroad?
Most of our students have ambitions for moving abroad following sixth form to study at university. Every year these graduates follow in the footsteps of Nord Anglia Education alumni who have attended some of the world’s best universities and whose success stories are inspiring proof of the exciting pathways which await them.
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