What is the Nord Anglia Virtual School Experience (VSE)?
No matter where your family is in the world, we can still welcome your child into their classroom through our virtual school.
Your child will:
- Participate in lessons in real-time with their world-class teachers wherever possible
- Receive and submit assignments
- Collaborate with their peers
- Develop essential skills independently
- Be recognised for their outstanding work
Bringing creative and inspiring lessons to your child through our virtual school, our blended learning approach is designed to ensure that your child receives the full curriculum of education, whilst staying healthy and safe at home.
Our global team of world-class teachers have all the tools they need to share best practice and ideas for optimising your child’s personalised learning. Whether it is daily movement challenges set by some of our PE teachers or lateral thinking exercises to help keep students engaged, being part of a Nord Anglia school means that your child will benefit from the creativity and commitment of 9,000 talented teachers worldwide.
Our 66,000 students are also connected through Global Campus, where they collaborate and create world-class ideas. Students may work remotely together, solving challenges like those set by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology or collaborating on solutions for UNICEF’s Sustainable Development Goals. Our students from around the world come together to support, learn and develop each other from their homes.
At The British School of Guangzhou (BSG), VSE took precedence through daily home learning packages, which were filled with creative activities in mathematics, reading and writing for Early Years and Primary students. Scheduled online lessons provided guidance for tasks ranging from reading comprehension and iPad coding, to science experiments and even exercise!
Reception students used their literacy lessons to write lovely letters of support for the doctors and nurses of Wuhan.
Students embraced the challenge of e-learning and developed new skills in IT and arts and crafts.
BSG’s Year 9 mathematics students have been looking at trigonometry, and were tasked with creating a miniature golf course at home using whatever they could find. Students filmed their courses in action and showed their working, with some going as far as to turn it into a movie! Combining mathematics with storytelling and performing arts!