Getting good grades do matter, but they don’t define you
- 14 December 2021
For a school, it’s not only about helping children get good grades, but it’s also about developing their wellbeing, resilience, and purpose so they can be successful in whatever future pathway they choose. We know how important this is at a school level, which is why Nord Anglia Education worked with the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families — a leading mental health charity — to create a well-being course on our professional development platform – Nord Anglia University. Our Global Equality Programme, launched in 2020, is also seeking to improve our approach to equality, diversity, and inclusion across the group.
We want to prepare students to thrive in a rapidly changing world that’s more connected than ever before. More Nord Anglia teachers than ever are accessing online learning through Nord Anglia University to enhance their teaching skills, which you can read about here. Also, in September, the Learning and Performance Institute awarded Nord Anglia University formal accreditation for the third year running.
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