Nord Anglia International School Dublin (NAIS)
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About Nord Anglia International School Dublin (NAIS)


Nord Anglia International School Dublin students experience contemporary and personalised learning to ensure they have the knowledge, skills and understanding for a changing world. Through the IB programme and our collaborations with Juilliard and MIT, we encourage students of all ages to think critically and challenge assumptions. Our students develop independence while adopting global awareness within a local context and achieving outstanding academic results.

NAIS Dublin has the global reach to recruit from the best pool of teachers around the world. We then provide world leading professional development for teachers through Nord Anglia University and through our collaboration with King's College London where teachers can undertake an MA in International Education.

Nord Anglia International School Dublin will be one of only 200 schools globally to offer all three of the International Baccalaureate curricula. These are world class programmes which demand distinctive, personalised teaching styles. They have huge international recognition and function as global passports for the internationally mobile. Tolerance, international-mindedness and respect for other worldviews and cultures are deeply embedded in each programme. The school thus educates the head, the heart and the hand.

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Curriculum

IB

Primary Language

English

Ages

3 to 15

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Sofie M, 6 months ago


I am a Nord Anglia student and I must say, THIS IS THE BEST SCHOOL EVER!!!!! I come in to school everyday, ready to conquer new challenges! The teachers are great and all students enjoy spending their time with them. The education here is excellent and encourages everyone to be ambitious! I totally recommend going to school here!

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Erin Zhurkin, 9 months ago


We love this school! My middle school daughter loves going to school everyday. She is academically challenged, creatively stimulated and able to exercise leadership skills in ways we never thought possible at a school. And this happens on a daily basis! Our dinner discussions are full of exciting new things she's learned and done at school that day so seeing your child be so happy in a learning environment, well you can't ask for more than that! Highly recommend!

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Amanda B, 10 months ago


We have two children at Nord Anglia. They both love coming to school every day. The staff know them as individuals and know how to get the best out of them. They are well cared for and thriving in very small class sizes. We took a leap of faith joining Nord Anglia as founding students last September – to date, I have no doubt, it is the best decision we have ever made.

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Rita Bateson, 12 months ago


As Head of Secondary, my review will naturally be quite biased and partisan but I will try to be as objective as possible. The school is new and an exciting place to be. The students are happy and ready to learn, the parents are exceptionally supportive and the standards are high. The unique partnerships with MIT, UNICEF and Juilliard as well as the state of the art facilities provide the best possible start for our students. My daughter is in the Early Years section of the Primary school and is as happy as can be. She skips into school in the morning, which is such a relief, given that we recently changed country and she had to make all new friends. Her reading and writing are coming on extremely well but far more importantly her curiousity is alive, her passion for learning ignited. An unexpected bonus is that with all the additional, included, extra curricular clubs she has an active enriched after school life (and I no longer have to spend Saturdays ferrying her between music, ballet or gymnastic lessons) and we have our weekends back as a family. At least until she joins a sports team! We are delighted with the Nord Anglia welcome as a family and we look forward to many successes as a new school venture.

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