Andrew Fitzmaurice, Chief Executive Officer, Nord Anglia Education, said: “I’d like to extend a warm welcome to both Colegio Menor schools, which have a strong reputation for excellence and for inspiring students’ critical thinking, creativity, integrity and leadership. I’m looking forward to seeing the many ways that students, teachers and staff benefit from NAE’s resources and expertise.”
Michael Schramm, Head of School at Colegio Menor Quito, said, “We are thrilled to be joining the Nord Anglia family. We share the same education philosophy of being ambitious for students so that they can be academically, personally and socially successful.”
Cristina Cortez, Head of School at Colegio Menor Samborondón, said, “As new NAE schools, our students will be even better equipped with the skills and mindset needed to be global citizens and future leaders.”
Teachers and staff at the schools will also benefit from being part of a larger professional community with numerous development opportunities. This includes access to Nord Anglia University, a vibrant professional development programme connecting NAE colleagues together through cutting-edge courses, as well as access to a Master’s Degree in International Education at King’s College London, developed exclusively for NAE teachers and staff.