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Spanish Language Programme
With more than 400 million speakers around the world, Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, right after Mandarin and before English
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Principals Welcome
All schools have their own special personality and the character of NAS Dubai is particularly strong.
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Student Stories
Our students' success speaks for itself.
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Teacher Talk
NAIS Dublin’s head of primary Lisa Cannell shares how it’s a daily privilege to watch a child learn and why it’s important for young people to have an education that enriches both the mind and soul.
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They mean business
Teaching students to become entrepreneurs is empowering them with the skills and mindset to lead more successful, fulfilled lives.
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Taking the lead
It’s not just about fun for students at our summer camps. Through different activities they learn valuable life skills such as leadership, greater self-confidence, teamwork and time management
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In tune with success
Students experience both artistic and personal breakthroughs at Nord Anglia’s newly expanded Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard programme.
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Leading by example
Alumni artists from The Juilliard School frequently visit our schools around the world, transforming the connection students have to the performing arts. Actor and teaching artist Abby Gerdts, along with dancer Ingrid Kapteyn, have visited a number of Nord Anglia Education schools across Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The pair share their experiences teaching at our schools, their thoughts on our upcoming regional festivals, and what motivated and inspired them to pursue careers in the performing arts when they were at school.
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Moving into mobile learning
Education technology is bridging the gap between theory and practice by providing students more engaging, personalised learning experiences, teachers are finding. Increasing and integrating the use of mobile devices at schools can engage students at a deeper level with what they’re learning, San Roberto International School’s IT Director Arturo Dares says.
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Making it personal
Educators are leaving traditional practices behind in favour of a tailored, more personalised approach for each student that gives them greater control over their own learning.
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Learning as a voyage of discovery
Ethan Hildreth, Superintendent at the Nord Anglia American International School, Abu Dhabi, says learning through experiences outside the classroom can often be a catalyst to creativity and great achievements.
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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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