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News image Nord Anglia Education scoops three awards at 2024 International School Awards from ISC Research-NAE scoops three awards at 2024 International School Awards-PR-Image-ISA-WINNERS-800x600px Press Releases | Featured | Group News
Nord Anglia Education scoops three awards at 2024 International School Awards from ISC Research
Nord Anglia Education is proud to announce that three of its schools were named winners at the 2024 International School Awards hosted by ISC Research.
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News image UNICEF Student Summit inspires and empowers student delegates-2023 UNICEF Student Summit-NAE-UNICEF Summit News | Featured | Group News
UNICEF Student Summit inspires and empowers student delegates

Read all about this year’s UNICEF Summit in New York City, written by our attending student delegates.

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News image Innovation in education. It’s all about teachers.-Innovation in education Its all about teachers-Learning Explorations Press Releases | Educational Insights | Featured
Innovation in education. It’s all about teachers.
In this article, Emily Murphy, who supports Nord Anglia’s edtech programme, talks about her work on innovation in education, edtech, and AI, and how they’re supporting our teachers.
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News image Helping your child make friends at school-Helping your child make friends at school-How to make friends Blog | Featured | Parent Advice
Helping your child make friends at school

Kathakali Roy, Early Years Coordinator from Oakridge International School Gachibowli, writes with some helpful tips on how you can support your child in making friends, with a focus on when they’re getting started at school in their formative years.

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News image We are all good at maths – the mastery approach-We are all good at maths the mastery approach-Children Maths News | Group News | Featured | Parent Advice | North America
We are all good at maths – the mastery approach
Maths hasn’t changed – but the 'mastery approach' starts with that principle that everyone can be good at maths.
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News image EdTech empowering teachers' professional growth-Edtech empowering teachers professional growth-EDTECH NAU V2 News | Group News | Featured | Global Campus | Nord Anglia University
EdTech empowering teachers' professional growth
Latest data shows more teachers than ever using online learning to enhance teaching skills    
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News image Students celebrate outstanding A-level results across Nord Anglia Education-Students celebrate outstanding Alevel results across Nord Anglia Education-MicrosoftTeamsimage 5 News | homefeatured | Featured | Group News
Students celebrate outstanding A-level results across Nord Anglia Education
Nord Anglia Education (NAE), the world’s leading premium international schools organisation, today announced its A-level results for the 2020/21 academic year. Nord Anglia students achieved 65.4% of grades at A*-A this year, along with 83.7% at A*-B. These results are well above last year’s A*-A grade average of 45.4% and significantly higher than the UK average. A total of 611 Nord Anglia Education students sat the exam this year, achieving a group-wide pass rate of 99.4% at A*-E grades, while seven NAE schools achieved a perfect 100% pass rate.
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News image A Parent’s Guide: Reading with Children at Home | Nord Anglia-A Parents Guide Reading with Children at Home-bsk_kuwait_2020_038_jpg Blog | homefeatured | Featured | Parent Advice | Virtual School Experience
A Parent's Guide: Reading with Children at Home
For adults, the process of following written text with our eyes comes easily, but is this activity really as simple as it seems? While it looks as though we track across the letters in the lines they are written, encountering each letter, syllable, word, clause and sentence one-by-one, our eyes are actually darting across the page in an attempt to construct an understanding of the text as a whole. So, it makes sense that learning to read from scratch is a big challenge for students and for parents too, who want to guide them as best they can.
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News image Voting for a brighter future-Voting for a brighter future-naismlink Blog | UNICEF | Featured | News From Our Schools | Southeast Asia | Student Stories
Voting for a brighter future
Nord Anglia International School Manila has developed a voters’ education programme for school students that has the potential to impact the country’s youth
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News image Schools celebrate year of growth with ‘Be Ambitious Awards’-Schools celebrate year of growth with Be Ambitious Awards-slt-award--link News | homefeatured | Featured
Schools celebrate year of growth with ‘Be Ambitious Awards'
Each year, at Nord Anglia Education’s Senior Leadership Team Conference, senior leaders and principals from across our organisation gather to discuss best practice and to share new developments in their schools. The conference is also when we host our “Be Ambitious Awards” to celebrate the different ways our 56 schools have achieved excellence during the past academic year.
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News image The significance of MIT’s “mind and hand” philosophy-The significance of MITs mind and hand philosophy-mindhand_link Blog | MIT | Educational Insights | Featured | School Activities
The significance of MIT's “mind and hand” philosophy
It’s one of the biggest events in NAE’s calendar. STEAM Week @ MIT kicks off this weekend on 29 April and our students are buzzing in anticipation of what’s to come! An interesting fact unknown to many about MIT is its motto, “mind and hand”, or Mens et Manus in Latin. We would like to share a blog post by Mark Orrow-Whiting, Nord Anglia Education’s Director of Curriculum and Student Performance, on why he believes the “mind and hand” philosophy is integral to NAE’s STEAM curriculum, which has been enhanced in a collaboration with the university.
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News image Student Voice: Taking action on the Global Goals | Nord Anglia Education-Student Voice Taking action on the Global Sustainable Development Goals-fernando-conrads_unicef_540x329 Blog | Educational Insights | Featured | Student Stories | UNICEF
Student Voice: Taking action on the Global Sustainable Development Goals
Fernanda Bravo Conrads is in her last year of IB. She was selected by her head of school to attend the first Global Goals Summit 2017, where 87 Nord Anglia students traveled from across the world to the iconic city of New York. Nord Anglia worked with UNICEF to promote and help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Fernanda joined three other students from Nord Anglia International School Shanghai, Pudong -- Sammi Huang, I-Zac Lee and Benedicte Vestrum.
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News image The significance of “mind and hand” philosophy | Nord Anglia Education-The significance of mind and hand philosophy-mens-et-manus_540x329 Blog | Educational Insights | Featured | MIT
The significance of “mind and hand” philosophy
MIT’s motto is Mens et Manus, or “mind and hand” in Latin. Mark Orrow-Whiting shares his insight on why the “mind and hand” philosophy is integral in Nord Anglia Education’s approach to STEAM learning in collaboration with MIT.
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