Nord Anglia Education

By joining the Nord Anglia Education group of schools in 2010, College Beau Soleil extended its educational connections to a worldwide network.

Nord Anglia Education owns 42 international schools which educate more than 34,000 students across 15 countries including major global cities such as Shanghai, Chicago and Abu Dhabi. With over 8000 teachers working in these schools, their goal is to help students achieve outstanding academic, social and personal success.

As a family of schools across the globe, we are united by our philosophy, to be ambitious for students and our people. We believe that:

  • there is no limit to what a student can achieve

  • creativity and challenge help us get better every day

  • learning should be personalised to each child

  • unique global opportunities enhance every student's learning experience

This is achieved both through the opportunities for students to meet through educational programmes, but also through the on line learning programme, Global Campus. Through this learning space students can participate with their peers around the world in a variety of tailor made activities which enhance and extend the curriculum.

Teachers who work for the company are able to participate in Nord Anglia University which offers a range of educational courses and leadership programmes. Wherever they are in the world, teachers and education professionals have the opportunity to collaborate and learn from one another, thereby refreshing their own expertise and share their knowledge with others.


Latest News

Beau Soleil is excited to announce that our finest young musicians and singers will take in part in the first ever NAE Global Orchestra in New York this summer!

Read more here

We are also very pleased to announce that our student Leticia has been one of the winners in the creative writing competition amongst other NAE schools this year, her story can be read in the official booklet.

To view the booklet, please click the link below. Leticia's entry can be found on page 29.