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BSN students take part in the fifth Nord Anglia International School (NAIS) Model United Nations Conference.

The theme of this year's conference was Sustainability and our students represented their countries' positions on a number of issues.

This was a fantastic opportunity for BSN students to engage in high level debate and diplomacy with other International Schools in the region. BSN students got their first taste of what it means to formulate and vote on resolutions at the United Nations.

The students left the conference more excited and determined than ever to make their voices heard in international diplomacy. All of our students came away from the event feeling more confident, more connected to current affairs, and inspired to make a change in the world.


Daniel Stapleton Torres was recognised for his contribution to the General Assembly and was awarded "Most Improved Delegate".