NAS is a proud family of a highly diversified community of approximately 44 nationalities of students and members of the faculty. NAS embeds its fundamental principle of “international mindedness” in building respect and understanding of local as well as the cultures and traditions of the world. NAS celebrates uniqueness of every individual and their core beliefs in developing a community that is empathetic to the world’s social and economic affairs; a community that is ready, willing and equipped in their reasoning and problem solving skills in building a better world for everyone to live in peace, prosperity and mutual understanding.
Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all – Aristotle
Parents are integral in the development of a triangulated support in ensuring students learning. In recognition of their paramount role, NAS has a designated PRE (Parents Relation Executive) aimed at bridging the gap between parents and teachers in building positive home-school relations. NAS also has a highly dynamic Parent- Teacher body where conferences are held regularly to discuss teaching, learning and relevant topics in relation to student development in all aspects of the school life.
Weekly coffee mornings are planned to hold discussions, seminars and training on the up- to-date facilities and resources linked to learning; parents are also volunteer lecturers in the seminars; sharing their expertise on academic and socially related matters.
NAS has termly parental engagement activities aimed at fostering confident students that are consistently supported in their learning journey.
At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success,is the positive involvement of parents – Jane D.Hull