Mark Orrow-Whiting, Nord Anglia Education’s Director of Curriculum and Innovation, shares his thoughts on Generation Z’s need to be creative, to think critically, and to understand more deeply how they learn best.
In this article, Dr Terry Creissen gives his insights into Nord Anglia’s approach to motivating children by encouraging deeper engagement.
For the fourth year running, Nord Anglia University receives accreditation from the Learning and Performance Institute
In this article, Nord Anglia teacher Justin Noack discusses ways parents can use their school community to create a powerful learning experience for their children this academic year.
In this article, we’re proud to announce the grand opening of NAS Beijing Shunyi.
Leading premium international schools organisation Nord Anglia Education has announced its overall IGCSE results for the 2021/22 academic year.
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.
In this article, Dr Elise Ecoff, Group Education Director, shares her insights into personalised learning and the benefits it has for your child in the classroom.
Our student journalists talk about what they learned at the 2022 UNICEF Student Summit around Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality Education, the concept of “Factivism”, the High-level Political Forum, and how they will take their learning from experts back to their schools.
In this article, Chris Petruzzi, NAE Global Performing Arts Lead and Assistant Head of School at North Broward Preparatory School, shares about the importance of creativity - in all its forms – for young learners.
Read about our outstanding academic results for the 2021/2022 school year, where students' average IBDP score was 35.1, exceeding the global average of 31.9.