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Nord Anglia International School (Lam Tin Campus)

Founded in 2014, Nord Anglia International School (Lam Tin Campus) focuses on creating confident students in a stimulating and safe environment. The school sets high standards for its students to achieve in order for them to thrive as intelligent and innovative students who are always ready to take on a challenge.

NAIS provides ample opportunities for its students to explore and hone their talents while building their character inside and out of the classroom. The school’s multilingual and multicultural community challenges students to tolerate, understand and accept cultural diversity around them.

The Lam Tin Campus is one of the three current Nord Anglia International School campuses in the Hong Kong island area. with both local and international students surrounded by, and immersed in, a global learning environment which the Nord Anglia International School group of academic institutions are known to provide.

British International School in Hong Kong

Nord Anglia International School, or NAIS, Lam Tin Campus in Hong Kong strives to provide the best education to ensure students are well-rounded and could perform well anywhere in the future. Under the influence of the British Curriculum, the school’s lessons follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework for children between 3 to 5 years old. Apart from that, NAIS readies its older students for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) qualifications and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.

NAIS touts their Global Campus which helps their students begin to explore their world around them, while picking up new skills and learning to develop a authentic international perspective via the different experiential mediums now available to their students, be it in-class, out of school, or online learning experiences.

To create independent, problem-solving, creative, and critical-thinking students, NAIS encourages its students to develop love and appreciation for learning so that they could bring valuable lessons home after every single class. NAIS Hong Kong does not believe in limiting their students experiences or potential achievements- instead encouraging them to be ambitious, to aspire higher and to step out of their comfort zone and to try things that they might not have had the courage to attempt before.

NAIS also collaborates with the Julliard School, UNICEF and MIT, providing tons of opportunities for students to explore their interests and passion in arts, humanitarian projects, and science and technology while getting to enjoy facilities like the Julliard Keyboard Lab, Music Room, Drama/Dance Studio, Science Labs, and Computer Studies Room.

Nord Anglia Lam Tin International Education

Presently there are at least 1375 students representing at least forty different nationalities at Nord Anglia International Schools in Hong Kong, ranging in ages from three years old and eighteen years old. At the Nursery or Reception, and Lower Kindergarten stages the average class size is 20 students, with a teacher to student ratio of 1:10.

In the meantime, the teacher to student ratio is 1:12 at the Primary and Secondary school stages, with an average class size of 24 pupils per class for both Primary and Secondary school. These class sizes that are not too big illustrate the Nord Anglia commitment to offering the best academic, social, as well as personal level success for each and every student.

Being a part of the Nord Anglia education family also means that the student body are exposed to some of the most promising opportunities to learn from world thought leaders, and the students are constantly encouraged to strive to achieve beyond what they thought it possible

  • Art Studio
  • Basketball Court
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Dance Studio
  • Drama Studio
  • Library
  • Multipurpose Hall
  • Music Room
  • Playground
  • Science Laboratory
  • Swimming Pool

11 On Tin Street, Lam Tin, Hong Kong

  • Primary
  • Middle-School
  • Secondary
  • British National Curriculum