Partners' Bulletin #2 | Southeast Asia & Middle East

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As a leading provider of premium international education globally, Nord Anglia Education’s diverse range of partners contribute to our capacity to deliver the best outcomes for our students and communities. Our Partners’ Bulletin is an online publication that connects us with our valued partners from Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Each edition includes important information, updates and news.
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Our students celebrate best IB results ever!

Despite a challenging year of pandemic disruptions, our schools celebrated their strongest academic results on record in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.

This year marks the eighth consecutive round our students have beaten the global average, with a handful of students in Southeast Asia and the Middle East achieving a perfect score. These results will see our students attend their first-choice universities, including Cambridge, Oxford, Yale and Harvard.

Recognised in more than 100 countries worldwide, the IB programme is one of the most highly regarded and rigorous international curricula in the world.
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We’re changing gears on our education strategy

Over the next 12-24 months, the Nord Anglia brand will shift to reflect our new education strategy. As well as outstanding academic performance, the strategy will also focus on developing our students sense of purpose, creativity and resilience, and prepare them physically, mentally and emotionally for life beyond the classroom.

As part of this, we’re refreshing our look, feel and personality. In the next few months, our corporate website will be relaunched as we work with our schools to evolve their brand offering locally, and support them to use the power of our global brand and local reputations. Following this, our schools’ own websites will be refreshed, using the best in technology and design to create a flawless experience for our new families. 
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Our new UNICEF partnership will empower student changemakers around the world

Nord Anglia and UNICEF have entered into a new, three-year global partnership that will help our students gain the knowledge and skills required to make a positive change within their communities.

The partnership forms one of many social impact initiatives adopted by Nord Anglia, including our online social engagement platform Share A Dream. Last year, students volunteered nearly 56,000 hours, raised US$433,000, and collected 50,000 goods for community projects. Our students in Vietnam in particular were outstanding contributors to the initiative, raising US$68,000 for 27 local charities.
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University College London Professor and TES Global CEA join Nord Anglia’s Education Advisory Board 

Specialising in Learner Centred Design at the University College London (UCL), Professor Rose Luckin has been chosen to join Nord Anglia’s Digital Transformation Committee on the Education Advisory Board.

TES Global CAE and founder of TES Institute Lord Jim Knight has also been appointed due to his extensive insight into education and employment policy as a former Minister of State for Schools and Learning, and Employment.

The Board supports the continuous development of Nord Anglia programmes, curricula, teaching and learning to deliver outstanding outcomes for our students. 
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Nord Anglia’s EdTech recognised as one of the world’s leading platforms for the second consecutive year

For the second year running, our online learning platform Nord Anglia University has been awarded formal accreditation from the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI). The platform is used by 14,000 staff in 30 countries around the globe.

LPI is the world-leading authority on workplace learning. The accreditation reflects our commitment to professional development.

Our 57,000 strong student body also benefits from online development through our learning platform, Global Campus, which has proven to be “a powerful tool to enhance student learning and drive the development of critical skills from problem solving to creative thinking,” our Group Director of Education Elise Ecoff said. Learn more about how students are using Global Campus.

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The importance of online learning to students and teachers

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