Education has the power to change the world, which is why we make sure our students develop the creativity and resilience they need to make the world a better place. Across Nord Anglia schools, we’re dedicated to making sure our students become global change-makers — ready to take on the world’s most pressing problems.
It all starts in our local communities, where Nord Anglia schools work closely with local charity and NGO partners to focus on important causes. We want our students to experience first-hand the challenges communities often face tackling issues, and to understand how to influence and drive change as individuals and as part of bigger teams, too.
These experiences help our students develop resilience, teamwork and the creativity to think ‘outside of the box’ — important skills they’ll need in the future workplace. We also encourage our students to deliver meaningful change through local outreach activities, including our Share A Dream programme which teaches social responsibility through fundraising and volunteering about issues that students truly care about.
Every year, Nord Anglia students support hundreds of local causes tackling the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. In the last year alone, our students: