“Your child will love coming to school and learning with us”
School is a place where the building blocks of knowledge are established. Though there are different benefits of going to school, the main purpose of schools is to educate students and to introduce them to a world that is bigger than theirs. With an aim to conquer the world and achieve their dreams, today’s children will benefit from a school that offers them the liberty to follow their passions and explore the world while gaining the fundamentals of a great education too. Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong (NAIS HK), has been transforming learning by thinking beyond a traditional education since 2014.
NAIS HK believes that the world is quite literally a student’s playground and that most begin weaving their future dreams fairly early in their school life. Believing in its students and their capabilities to achieve anything, the school encourages its students to step out of their comfort zone, be ambitious and try new things. The school aims to ignite the curiosity of its students through providing unique opportunities and experiences – be it their extra- curricular offerings (over 120) or their collaborations with world-renowned organisations like The Juilliard School, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) or UNICEF.
Engaging Learning Environments
Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong is part of a global Nord Anglia Education (NAE) family, which includes 56 premium international schools located in 27 countries across the Americas, Europe, China, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. NAE teachers and school staff look after more than 53,000 students globally. Its unique Global Campus platform allows these students to then collaborate via inter-school competitions, projects, online discussions, and digital interactions, as well as expeditions and regional festivals.
NAIS HK’s aim is to support every student to be the best version of themselves and achieve more than they thought possible. This is reflected in the vision of the school:
■ Develop socially confident global citizens who are creative, inquiring and collaborative.
■ Treat each child as an individual, drawing on their own strengths and personality
NAIS HK offers an all-round through-train education for students aged 3-18, with specialist teachers in Art, Music, Drama, PE, and Mandarin from the very start of a child’s educational journey. The school follows the Early Years Foundation Stage framework, English National Curriculum, IGCSEs and IB Diploma (NAIS is pursuing authorisation as an IB World school), with three campuses across Hong Kong; two Pre-schools, in Sai Kung and Tai Tam, and one Primary and Secondary campus, in Lam Tin.
All three campuses feature top-class facilities, for example, large multi-purpose indoor and outdoor spaces, swimming pool, outdoor play areas, climbing walls, library, learning centre, drama studio, cafeteria, Makerspace, and specialist music and art rooms. The Pre-school campuses feature tailor-made child-friendly furniture, learning and play spaces, and amazing sea views at Sai Kung and Tai Tam – sure to inspire learning and a love for nature.
Recruiting the Best Teachers from Around the World
Recruitment of the highest quality staff is a priority here, with NAIS HK known as a destination employer for teachers around the world. The quality of teaching and learning has been validated by regular parent surveys and inspections. Nord Anglia Education offers a flagship professional development initiative designed to bolster the skills and knowledge of their staff. Based in Oxford, its dedicated Education Team have unmatched experience in leading innovation and school development. Nord Anglia University (NAU) is an exclusive e-learning platform for all NAE staff to access specially-designed study courses, best practice, research, discussions, and seminars. NAU inspires teachers to excel, and to contribute to the ongoing improvement of teaching theory and practice. NAIS HK’s teachers and support staff are dedicated to maintaining and building their expertise through teacher-training conferences, in-school workshops, online discussion forums, networks.