Around the world, Nord Anglia Education students have found innovative ways to advance the Global Goals and will be tackling two goals each year. By working with UNICEF and collaborating with fellow students, local governments and NGOs, students have gained a deeper understanding of how to help their communities in big and small ways. They presented their work to the President of UN General Assembly and UN Membership during a special side meeting at the United Nation’s High- Level Political Forum earlier this year.
Our global family of schools transcends borders, cultures and communities and challenges students to think globally. We give students the autonomy to collaborate, problem solve and think about their purpose in the larger community and the world.
These experiences equip students for the leading roles they will play in our future. Helping them to develop well informed views on the issues we face today will ultimately shape the world in which we live.
Here are just a few of the projects that our students have been leading around the world.