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Community Service

Community Service at the Nord Anglia International School Rotterdam does not only begin and end with the Creativity, Activity and Service Programme (CAS). Some projects involve the whole school and have therefore given the CAS Programme true meaning. 

STUCO - Help the World

NAISR Student Council (STUCO)

Both the Primary and Secondary NAISR Student Council has been instrumental in planning, organising and executing a wide range of service opportunities for the school community. 

Annual Tea At Huize Ten Donk

In the autumn, CAS students spend a morning baking from scratch and preparing finger foods for a high tea, which they then serve to the residents of Huize ten Donk, a retirement/nursery home for the elderly here in Hillegersberg.

Read To Grow

Books are collected at least once a year for the "READ TO GROW, The Gift of Your Book" organisation, which is a Dutch charity group which helps to increase literacy in developing countries around the world by providing schools with second-hand books. The whole school joins in to support this mammoth effort, and NAISR has been the recipient of the prize on two occasions for collecting the biggest amount of books in relation to its student population.