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We want out students to imagine a world of infinite possibilities. NAISR’s new STEAM facility is designed to spark creativity for students in new ways through technology such as 3D printers, lazer cutters, woodworking area, a green-screen room, and robotics.

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NAISR offers Nord Anglia’s STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics), which was co-developed with the world-leading Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Through practical, hands-on problem solving, NAISR students develop transferable skills such as creativity, curiosity, resilience, resourcefulness, collaboration and confidence that helps them pave the way to a wide open future.

NAISR’s new STEAM facility is designed to spark creativity for students in new ways through technology such as 3-D printers, a green-screen room, a hands-on work area, and robotics.

Succeeding in the 21st century means learning how to think, not what to think. The world in which we live is evolving rapidly, and we must do everything that we can to prepare students for the world they will experience when they leave school.