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Message from our Principal

Dear Parents, 

This week David McCammon and a team of our staff have organised and delivered an exceptional STEAM Festival. Over 200 children from 13 Nord Anglia schools across Europe and the Middle East have spent the week immersed in STEAM activities. 

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From the opening event on Monday evening where experts in their STEAM field presented TED style talks to the two days of STEAM workshops where students learnt a variety of new skills to the real-world challenge day culminating today with the showcase event we have seen our students at their very best.

I’m a self-confessed ‘science geek’ and yesterday whilst watching the children programme spherical robots to traverse a ‘minefield’ and drones to fly into a ‘biohazard zone’ I reflected on the challenges these children have faced this week: 10 year old me would have been ecstatic to have had these opportunities!

Of course, the ability to host an event such as this is made possible by us being part of a large group of schools and having MIT to assist in the planning and resourcing of the event.

I would like to publicly thank David McCammon and the group of teaching and non-teaching staff who have collectively spent 1000s of hours in preparing for and delivering this event- what a fantastic success it has been!

Kind regards,

Alun Yorath

Principal