Embracing Collaboration, Creativity, and Curiosity
Taking an interdisciplinary approach to teaching science and technology gives your child the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century. Your child will explore the leading-edge of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) using university-inspired learning.
By tackling real-world challenges across the STEAM subjects, your child will develop transferable skills such as flexibility, creativity, and communication. They'll be encouraged to experiment rather than wait for instructions, and they'll learn that collaboration and critical thinking can solve even the trickiest of problems.
Nord Anglia Education is also working with MIT to introduce your child to this innovative way of learning STEAM, encouraging creativity and experimentation, and teaching them how to apply their skills to real-world situations.
Watch our film below to learn more about our collaboration with MIT:
Science and technology are traditionally taught separately. Used together, they're tools for cracking some of the world’s greatest puzzles. Our in-school challenges encourage students to work together every term to find innovative and creative solutions to complex problems. For example, thousands of Nord Anglia students around the world recently used their creativity and problem-solving skills to tackle space exploration issues, which scientists and engineers are facing today. These included students working to improve the quality of life for astronauts on the International Space Station, designing a filtration system for Mission MOXIE to use on Mars, and solving the problem of space debris to make space exploration sustainable.
Amazing things happen when you blend the natural curiosity of youth with the learning style of one of the world’s most influential universities.
STEAM Teacher Workshops
Our STEAM teachers participate in workshops at MIT that expose them to the forefront of research. Every summer, our teachers receive hands-on training at MIT from researchers and renowned academics. Activities include discussions and workshops with leading engineers and scientists about such topics like climate change, bio-engineering, and space exploration.