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Students, teachers and staff from Nord Anglia Education schools raise more than $650,000 for charity

Share A Dream platform brings positive, lasting change to communities around the world

 

LONDON, 12 September 2019 —Nord Anglia Education (NAE), the world’s leading premium schools group, today published the impact report for its Share a Dream outreach charitable activities. 

During the 2018-19 academic year more than US$650,000 was raised by students, teachers and staff at NAE schools as part of ongoing philanthropy efforts across the organisation. In addition, 76,000 volunteering hours for good causes were recorded.

Share a Dream encourages students to give back to communities as part of their education. The Share a Dream online platform equips students, teachers and staff with a host of fundraising and volunteering tools to support communities across the world.  Using the platform, NAE schools plan, execute and report on the ways they are affecting change.

Andrew Fitzmaurice, Chief Executive Officer, Nord Anglia Education, said: “Our students are tomorrow’s change makers and we believe in nurturing the skills and creativity they need to make a difference in the world.”

“We’re proud of the incredible volunteering and fundraising efforts taking place in our schools. These are much more than just extra-curricular activities; we view these efforts as an integral part in any student’s education,” Mr Fitzmaurice said.

IDEALS in Action- Nepal

School Stories:  Regents International School Pattaya

Regents International School Pattaya has established an extensive network of over 168 collaborators and partnerships with community groups operating in and around Pattaya, across the rest of Thailand and around the world.  Regents has been a proud member of the Round Square organisation since 2001 and we embed the ethos of Global Citizenship. We value our wide range of community partnerships and collaborations and recognize them as a sharing of knowledge and understanding between two groups who come from very different backgrounds. Community Partnerships and the service-related experiences they involve help develop our students with an understanding and appreciation for responsible citizenship and valuable social and emotional life skills.

International Day

Collaborating with our community partners Regents overall impact for 2018-2019 has included over 20,633 hours of volunteered time, $17,685.95 USD raised and 216 goods donated.

Every Year Group at Regents is associated with a Community Partner.  They include the Baan Maelid Karen Hill Tribe, the Love Wildlife foundation, The Father Ray Foundation, Sotpattana School for the Deaf, the Mechai Pattana School and many more. 

The partnerships have led to exceptional student-centered projects over the last decade, including:

  • A conservation project with the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai
  • A project with charity Women with a Mission to promote traditional sewing and weaving skills amongst displaced Burmese women in MaeSot
  • A community development project with the Baan Maelid Hill Tribe School in Mae Hong Son

 

Kilimanjaro challenge

One of the most valued and anticipated annual projects at Regents is IDEALS in Action Week.  Our students focus on community service projects and spend a week contributing and learning about various community partners including; Tioman Turtle Project, Kids Help Kids with Boon Choo disabled children, Sanjeevani School Nepal Service Project and many more!

One of Regents most successful annual fundraising events is International Day. 

Last year we raised over $4,890 USD. Donations were made to:

Father Ray – $1632.86 USD for CCTVs in the school

Abundant Life Home –$653.14 USD for school uniforms

Take Care Kids – $653.14 USD for transportation costs to school 

Hand to Hand – $653.14 USD for sponsorship of students

IDEALS in Action Week - Maldives

In the Nord Anglia Education group as a whole the 76,00 volunteering hours amassed were made up of over 800 different activities — from goods collection like the “Share your Christmas” food drive supported by students at Windermere Preparatory School, to advocacy projects like the recycling campaign led by Year 8 students at the British International School of Houston.

The Prague British International School organised a donation drive for child asylum seekers as part of their Global Challenge Children to Children project. The donations of toys, educational games and art supplies were given in welcome packs alongside letters written by the students and tote bags designed by Year 7 pupils.

Students from NAE College Champitett travelled to Thailand for a humanitarian trip. Whilst there, they worked eight-hour days in 40-degree heat to help finish the primary school facilities in a remote Akha tribe village in the mountains. The villagers were very grateful for everybody’s help towards improving the conditions of the local children’s education and the students were invited to attend a celebration ceremony hosted by the whole village.

A team of volunteers from the NAI British International School Hanoi built a playground for more than 1,000 children in the Duong Nhan commune using funds they had raised. The new playground was warmly welcomed as the commune relies heavily on agriculture and there is little surplus income.