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Information Session
  • A Global Family

    We come from over 60 different countries, and leave for some of the best universities around the world.

    Humanities

  • Personalized Education

    We offer inspiring education designed to nurture your child’s strengths, with one of the broadest post-16 curricula in North America.

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  • Outstanding Teaching

    Our exam results are well above the global average, thanks to our inspiring and dedicated teachers.

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  • Exceptional Individuals

    Your child will grow into a considerate, confident adult, ready to explore a world of opportunities.

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    We’re a warm and welcoming community, and make parents and children feel like they’re part of something special.

    New Parents

  • Every Day is Different

    Catch up on the latest news and find out what we’re doing to brighten up your child’s school day.

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  • Get in Touch

    We’re looking forward to hearing from you, and answering your questions

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New Campus Update

Update from our Architect, Ed Schmidt.

  • Interior of the agora in the new campus
  • Interior of the new building. Update for March 2016
  • Principal, Andrew Derry, tours the new campus construction.

It is amazing how much has been completed and how much remains to be done.  The exterior of the building is so far along that the contractor has begun to fence off the playing fields so that they can lay the grass and water the lawns.  The stadium is also beginning to take shape to the point that (on a dry day) you can begin to run around in circles; not on the track but I circles none the less. But there remains a lot of work left to be completed.  The paint has begun, the computer cabling is being run and the carpet has been selected bit by bit we are getting ready.

You might have seen the sample pieces of furniture that were hanging around the café. Some we liked and some we didn’t but the next step is to take what we learned and fit out two classrooms to look just like they will look at the new campus. This will help us to make sure that we have it right, help the teachers and students to see what it will be like and help you to envision this amazing new school environment.   

 

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Ed Schmidt, AIA

Director of Project Management, North America                                                               Nord Anglia Education