NIS students joined a global platform for future leaders

Our students recently took part in the ISP Virtual Model United Nations Conference. This was an opportunity for students from different ISP schools around the world to experience an educational,

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Reaching the top rung

With thousands of students competing for a place at their university of choice, it has certainly become inevitable that students need to devise unique ways to stand apart from the rest, without compromising on their academic performance.   

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ISP launches a football school programme in Spain with Villarreal

As an ISP Schools we strive to ensure the learning journey of each of our students includes chances to experience learning outside of the classroom and connect with other ISP

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When asked to interview a female role model that inspired her, NIS Grade 12 student, Raheel, did not think twice about who she wanted to interview.

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At Nibras International School we know that reading is an important part of a child’s development, it sparks their imagination and increases communication skills. Going beyond ‘reading’ by talking to

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Our students are still meeting their peers from around the world

Nibras International School is part of International Schools Partnership, which means along with the other benefits that come with being a part of a global group, our students also get

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‘Dear me’: Why these UAE students write letters to their future self

Earlier this academic year we asked our community to share letters for their future selves, as part of our “Writing Letters for Tomorrow” campaign. Friday Magazine has published some letters

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To celebrate World Poetry Day, the International Schools Partnership (ISP) has launched a student Poetry Contest across the UAE. The group, which has four schools in the country – The

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Teaching and Living Abroad During COVID-19

Teaching and living abroad is an intense experience, especially in these challenging times. Our Head of Secondary, Ms. Debra Willacey, shared her experiences with her Alma Mater Florida State University.

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