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MIT is a world leader in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) learning. During their visit, our students will have the opportunity to engage in active learning in these fields with peers from twenty five other Nord Anglia schools around the world. They will attend workshops and participate in activities led by MIT professors, students and alumni.
Interested students participated in a ‘hacking’ competition to help us decide which four students to select for this amazing opportunity. MIT has a culture of hacking on their campus. These hacks are fun practical jokes that follow the hacker ethic – a hack must:
When students are accepted into MIT they are sent their acceptance letter in a paper tube and asked to ‘hack the tube’.
To apply for one of the four spaces on the trip, we asked our students to hack a paper tube. We were truly blown away by the results – see the pictures of the creative and innovative hacks in the photo gallery!
We are delighted to announce that the four students who will represent NAIS Pudong at MIT in 2017 are:
We look forward to sharing all of the details of their trip with you!
There’s an abundance of advice around preparing for exams and the toll that it can take on students’ mental health and wellbeing, but what’s discussed less is nerves in the build up to results day.
Leading premium international schools organisation Nord Anglia Education today announced that Greengates School has become part of its global family of schools. Founded in 1951, Greengates is Nord Anglia’s third school in Mexico and its 78th school worldwide.
The eighth edition of our annual Model United Nations conference (NAISMUN VIII) was a huge success with over 50 delegates from 6 NAE China Region schools and their Directors in attendance. Despite the challenges of hosting a virtual event and the delegates not being able to meet and debate face-to-face, the day proceeded well and the delegates made every minute count.
On 8th June, we took the opportunity to hold our traditional Graduation ceremony for our Class of 2022. In my opening address, I shared the uniqueness of their story and spoke a little about not only the adversities they have faced over the past few months but also the resilience and strength of this group of graduates as a cohort.