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  • An international school with a local feel

    We provide a high quality international education in the historically-rich city of Nanjing

    An international school with a local feel

  • Inspiring students

    Students inspire and flourish at our school, becoming the best versions of themselves

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    Our professional community of teachers and staff shape our achievements

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  • Enriching learning experience

    We offer an enriched English national curriculum with a global outlook

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Our Student Council

The main objective of Student Council is to ensure that our student body feels represented and that every student has a voice. Every year group voted for two representatives, who led by our new Student Presidents, Fred Kuo and Valm Stringa who have taken over from Danny Cui and Ella Kwon, have been gaining skills in holding regular meetings. It has been a rough start, but I do believe that our students feel that they are represented even when their demands are not met. From introducing chopsticks to catalysing change in our House Point system, I believe that our student body has power. I hope that everything continues to run smoothly next year, and I trust that they will enact even more change. Our students need to know that they matter and that their voice does have an influence in what happens in school even though often they might feel muted. Well done for your commitment and diligence in your role.

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