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  • You want the best for your child

    So do we. Students at NAISR learn in a happy and secure environment in which they can achieve more than they ever thought possible

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  • Our students love coming to school

    We aim to challenge and inspire students to be principled and resourceful citizens of the world

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  • Dedicated and inspiring

    Our teachers are recruited for their ability to nurture lifelong learners and to care for and inspire each and every student

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  • Be Ambitious

    We go beyond traditional education to transform learning

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    Our admissions team look forward to welcoming you to our school

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When You Arrive

Part of helping your child be the best they can be is helping them enjoy school from day one.

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How do we help your child settle in to life at NAISR?

Our mission is to challenge and inspire students to be principled and resourceful citizens of the world. So we treat each child as an individual, helping them arrive and integrate into school life in the way that suits them.

We assign every new student at NAISR a classmate to help them get established in life at the school.

How do our teachers prepare for your child’s arrival? 

Our teachers think holistically about the details relating to your child. They consider their culture, language, learning needs and anything else you make us aware of. 


The priority from my perspective is to help make the transition as smooth as possible, given the obvious anxiety a student has coming to a new school. We want to help them settle in as quickly as possible by providing the necessary support along the way. Alison Lipp, NAISR Director

The result is that new students begin feeling comfortable in a warm and inclusive environment. But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what our students have to say.

What do you remember about arriving at the school?

My strongest memory is of my teacher. We had a really strong connection and I enjoyed spending time with her. Phoebe, Year 5
I had a hard time during one lesson, but then all the girls in the class came to me and helped me and showed me what I was supposed to be doing. They comforted me. Charlotte, Year 6
I was used to moving around schools, but here it seemed like I was part of the class straight away. The children were really open to new students arriving all the time. In this school there are many expats, and it’s not dominated by local kids. A lot of kids are used to moving so they understand what it’s like to be an expat. Beatrice, Year 13
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