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The Benefits of Going to an International School
The different teaching approaches and curriculum that a school offers can influence a child's lifelong learning and future career path. Why would parents consider sending their child to an international school?
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No holds barred
STEAM learning empowers students to become creative by exposing them to situations without parameters, challenging them to both identify problems and invent solutions.
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Schools to celebrate World Children’s Day with #NAEKidsTakeOver events
Nord Anglia students around the world will celebrate World Children's Day on 20 November 2018 to raise their voices to address some of the most pressing questions facing the planet.
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The Global Games North America
We are pleased to announce that the first ever Global Games North America are here! Students from across the US and Mexico have headed to our sister school in Orlando, Florida to compete in a variety of sports including archery, basketball, sand volleyball and much more.
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Student Council Representatives
Our Student Council gives children a voice at the school, and builds their ability to lead, listen, and interact with others.
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High demand drives massive growth of international education in Asia
During the 20th century international schools were reserved solely for children of expat families, diplomats, politicians and society’s elite. Since the turn of the millennia, that has changed and the prolific growth of international schools in East Asia and Southeast Asia has been driven by demand from middle class Asian families.

 The factors driving the demand of international education vary from nation to nation but there are two underlying factors; the growing aspirations of the rising middle-classes and the perceived inadequacies of national education systems.
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Alice in Wonderland Reimagined
Brilliant, irreverent renderings of Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland by Austrian artist Lisbeth Zweiger...
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