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News image School Open Morning- August 14th - school-open-morning-august-14th News | Campus Developments
School Open Morning- August 14th
Come and see our leading-edge school campus, get a taste of the school food and participate in activities for all ages.
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News image The significance of MIT’s 'mind and hand' philosophy - the-significance-of-mits-mind-and-hand-philosophy Blog | MIT | Featured
The significance of MIT’s 'mind and hand' philosophy
An interesting fact unknown to many about the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is its motto, “mind and hand”, or Mens et Manus in Latin. Mark Orrow-Whiting, Nord Anglia Education’s Director of Curriculum and Student Performance, believes th is philosophy is integral to NAE’s STEAM curriculum, which has been enhanced in a collaboration with the university.
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News image Helping parents with picky eaters - helping-parents-with-picky-eaters Blog | Featured
Helping parents with picky eaters
Is your child a picky eater? This is not uncommon, especially for younger children. We offer some advice on how to change your child’s attitude towards food into a positive eating experience.
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News image 5 key questions to ask when choosing an international school - 5-key-questions-to-ask-when-choosing-an-international-school Blog | Featured | Global Education | Juilliard | MIT
5 key questions to ask when choosing an international school
With so many options out there, as a parent, it’s easy to feel confused about which school to send your child to. An experienced school leader and parent of five, Ethan Hildreth, outlines five questions every parent should ask themselves when choosing an international school for their child.
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News image How to Get Kids to Enjoy Reading | NAIS Dublin - the-joy-of-reading Blog | Featured | Global Education
The Joy of Reading
You probably already know that reading has been proven to be hugely beneficial for your child’s cognitive development. Not only does it stimulate the mind and imagination, it also improves vocabulary, memory and the building of knowledge. By developing a love of reading at a young age, your child will become a lifetime reader. Here are some simple tips to awaken the joy of reading in children.
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News image Seven secrets to learning success - seven-secrets-to-learning-success Blog | Featured
Seven secrets to learning success
This Easter, help your child at home to excel when they're back at school.
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News image Why is service learning vital? - why-is-service-learning-vital Blog | Principal's update | Featured | Global Campus | Global Education | UNICEF
Why is service learning vital?
All of us learn by participating in something bigger than ourselves, in something which transcends us. Service learning blends experiential learning with community service. But it is only vital if done properly!
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News image Discovering our love for dance - discovering-our-love-for-dance Blog | Juilliard | Featured
Discovering our love for dance
Learning dance can be a transformative experience in a child’s education. Rachel White-hunt, Director of Performing Arts at the British International School of Washington, talks about how students and teachers are responding to The Juilliard School’s embedded dance curriculum, and why it’s important students experience dance, music and drama together.
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News image Parent Open Morning Tuesday, 20th February 10.30am-12.30pm - parent-open-morning-tuesday-20th-february-1030am-1230pm News | School Updates
Parent Open Morning Tuesday, 20th February 10.30am-12.30pm
Join us for our Parent Open Morning to learn more about the Nord Anglia International School Dublin. Find out more about the International Baccalaureate curriculum, our personalised learning approach and new campus developments.
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News image The Poetry of Numbers - the-poetry-of-numbers Blog | Global Education
The Poetry of Numbers
Maths, like music, has been referred to as a ‘universal language’. Learning basic arithmetic is considered a practical skill required by all to function just as literacy is regarded as a key skill.
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News image Top tips on how your children can sleep better - top-tips-on-how-your-children-can-sleep-better Blog | Global Education
Top tips on how your children can sleep better
The Student Wellbeing Committee at the British International School in Ho Chi Minh City chose to focus on establishing good sleep habits as part of an ongoing #WeeklyWellbeing campaign.
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News image How does yoga benefit your child’s learning? - how-does-yoga-benefit-your-childs-learning Blog | Global Education
How does yoga benefit your child’s learning?
Yoga can unite the mind, body and spirit and can improve flexibility, strength, coordination. It also has a variety of benefits for children during the developmental stages in their lives.
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News image 5 key questions to ask when choosing an international school - 5-key-questions-to-ask-when-choosing-an-international-school Blog | Global Campus | Global Education
5 key questions to ask when choosing an international school
With an array of schooling options available in any given city, parents may feel confused with which school to choose for their child. As an experienced school leader and parent, Ethan Hildreth tells us what every parent should ask themselves when choosing an international school for their child.
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News image Work is underway for our new School in Dublin - work-is-underway-for-our-new-school-in-dublin News | Campus Developments
Work is underway for our new School in Dublin
The contractor is in and has now started work to transform our 88,000 square feet building and 6-acre campus into Dublin's first truly international school.
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News image Parent Open Morning Saturday 20th January 10am to 1pm - parent-open-morning-saturday-20th-january-10am-to-1pm News | School Updates
Parent Open Morning Saturday 20th January 10am to 1pm
Join us for our Parent Open Morning to learn more about the Nord Anglia International School Dublin. Find out more about the IB curriculum, the leading edge learning and transformational education. The Open Morning will take place on Saturday 20th January from 10am to 1pm in the Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Stillorgan Road where the Principal Mr Paul Crute and some of the team from the school will be on hand to answer any of your questions.
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News image Welcoming 7 schools to our global family - welcoming-7-schools-to-our-global-family News | NAE Global Family
Welcoming 7 schools to our global family
We’re delighted to announce that we have welcomed seven new schools into our global family, further strengthening our ability to offer students around the world an outstanding education.
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News image The Leopardstown Campus - the-leopardstown-campus News | Campus Developments
The Leopardstown Campus
We are delighted to share some initial concepts of the NAIS Dublin school campus building.
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News image Full STEAM ahead: first parent sessions for NAIS Dublin a big success - full-steam-ahead-first-parent-sessions-for-nais-dublin-a-big-success News | School Updates
Full STEAM ahead: first parent sessions for NAIS Dublin a big success
This week we held our first parent sessions. Parents got the opportunity to meet our new Principal and to learn more about what will make NAIS Dublin so unique.
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