Students Build Racing Car Prototype for F1 in Schools Championship

F1 in Schools is an international STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) competition for school children, in which groups of 3–6 students have to design and manufacture a miniature car out of the official F1 Model Block using CAD/CAM design tools. The cars are powered by CO₂ cartridges and are attached to a track by […]

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An IBDP Grade 11 program is a gateway to the Ivy League Universities

Cambridge, Yale, Oxford, Harvard, Princeton, Imperial, Stanford, NYU! Wouldn’t you like to get admission in one of the top universities of the world? Did you say, yes? Well, then you might also like to know what it takes to get into one of the top world universities. If yes, you have browsed the right page. […]

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How do we encourage innovation in students

Can innovation be learned? Is it really a skill? Innovation is an ability comes from thinking. It allows one to ponder into the knowledge stored in the mind and do things differently. Before we start learning how we encourage innovation in school, let’s first understand why it is important. The answer is very simple. With […]

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Oakridge joins Nord Anglia Education

We are delighted to announce that the Oakridge International School Group has joined the world’s leading premium schools organisation, Nord Anglia Education (NAE). Oakridge’s 7000 students will now be connected to a community of over 61 international schools, with access to rich resources, support and global opportunities that enhance the schools’ already excellent teaching and learning experience. […]

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