改变世界

SOCIAL PURPOSE

NAIS Pudong,我们相信每一名学生都能够创造卓越,因此我们致力于培养学生对地方性和全球性的问题建立充分的认识,帮助他们掌握改变世界所需的知识技能。

校园服务从身边做起

校园服务为我们的学生提供了一个在校园社区发声的平台。我们鼓励每一名学生参与其中。我们提供的渠道包括:

  • 公益与活动委员会
  • 环境小组
  • 校园理事会
  • 服务先驱者委员会

学生还可以协助我们的家委会开展工作,帮助他们组织每年的各项活动。

支持地方社区

通过参加我们的地方服务活动,同学们可以回馈上海的地方社区,为他人提供帮助,并且在此期间也将收获深厚的友谊。

从与打工子弟小学的孩子们共同筹募善款,到呼吁人们关注甜蜜之家、心连心、仁人家园和初升的太阳等慈善活动,我们的学生可以通过许多方式来为我们的城市创造更加美好的明天。
 

践行联合国儿童基金会精神

作为我们独有的校园服务项目,我们与联合国儿童基金会 (UNICEF) 开展的合作旨在鼓励我们的学生为地方乃至全世界带来积极的改变。这项鼓舞人心的社会影响计划将带同学们了解联合国《2030 年可持续发展议程》。每年联合国儿童基金会与诺德安达集团都将号召我们的学生攻克一项全球性挑战,涵盖清洁能源、和平与正义、世界性难题创新解决方案等多项主题。 

IBDP 课程学生甚至可以申请参加在纽约举行的全球峰会,并有机会在联合国高级别政治论坛上发言。
 

改变世界

全球服务还包括鼓励同学们每年参加中国的各类服务项目,包括: 

  • 为受灾地区重建家园
  • 翻新校舍和住房
  • 为偏远地区提供教育支持
  • 参加福利院和环保工程义务劳动

截至目前,我们的学生已经在阳朔、贵州、海南、厦门、融水、康定完成了多项义举。这些宝贵的经历将培养起同学们积极服务全球社区的意识,并让他们能够亲手为身陷困境的人们提供帮助。

从 2014 年开始,我们连续多年送学生前往坦桑尼亚参加社区服务项目,帮助改善当地居民的生活质量。

创造力、行动与服务 (CAS) 是 IB 课程学生必须完成的核心内容,其中“服务”所指的就是回馈地方社区。

 
Education has the power to change the world, which is why we help our students develop the creativity and resilience they need to make the world a better place. We’re dedicated to making sure our students become global change-makers – ready to take on the world’s most pressing problems.

 

LOCAL COMMUNITIES

 

It all starts in our local communities, where our schools work closely with local charity and NGO partners to focus on important causes. We want our students to directly experience the challenges communities often face tackling issues and understand how to influence and drive change as individuals and as part of bigger teams too. These experiences help our students  develop resilience, teamwork and the creativity to think ‘outside of the box’ - important skills they’ll need in the future workplace. We also encourage our students to deliver meaningful change through local outreach activities, including our Share A Dream programme which teaches social responsibility through fundraising and volunteering about issues that students truly care about. Every year, our students support hundreds of  local causes tackling the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. In the last year alone, our students:
OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH UNICEF
 
Our inspiring Social Impact Programme with UNICEF challenges our students to think about what they can do to make a difference - locally and globally. Following the UN Sustainable Development 2030 agenda, our students work on one of 17 UNICEF challenges, with themes as wide-ranging as clean energy and peace and justice, to think of innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems. Students from Years 10-12 can even apply to go to the Global Summit in New York, with the chance to speak at the UN’s High Level Political Forum.
 
OUR STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD
 
Encouraging citizenship starts by making sure our students' voices are heard and given the platforms to deliver positive change. That's why we've created a Student Advisory Board, where elected student leaders from NAE schools across the globe discuss and decide how we'll fund and deliver incredible social impact projects globally in our local communities. Each year they'll award funds to student-led social impact initiatives globally.
 
NURTURING GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP THROUGH SERVICE

 

Each year, about 2000 Nord Anglia students travel to our Arusha camp in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. They work with local charities on development projects, including building and extending schools. With each expedition, Nord Anglia students from all around the world help with practical tasks like bricklaying, mixing cement, digging foundations, and plastering – all the time growing in understanding of the lives of local people as well as gaining skills in team work and leadership. Above all, students understand their role as considerate global citizens, with an active role in helping others and improving the environment.