Nord Anglia Education applies Middle East experience to South East Asian growth
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, July 04 - 2011 at 11:05
- PRESS RELEASE
Nord Anglia Education has begun further supporting its growth into South East Asia. Having been integral to a number of significant reform projects, including in the UAE, Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, last month witnessed the Nord Anglia Education team travelling to Bangkok to showcase the successful work across the GCC region, including the PPP participation in Abu Dhabi and the prestigious contribution to the Mawhiba Schools Partnership Initiative in Saudi, to a number of education ministers from the South East Asia region.
Now in its fifth year in Abu Dhabi, Paul Humphreys, Business Development Director stated 'This is a clear demonstration of the success we are seeing with the large-scale programmes that we operate. As our reputation continues to grow in the region, we are looking at how we can assist ministries further afield'.
The Middle East is currently seeing dramatic improvements across the education industry. In schools, the provision of SEN and Gifted and Talented education is very much in focus across the Gulf, creating specific needs for development and training of teachers and support staff. Significantly, the demands of meeting and achieving international best practice, requires the assistance of international organizations. At present, there is a drive from a number of ministerial bodies in the GCC region to improve the delivery of individual learning experiences, requiring external organizations to support the growth of capacity within local, national and regional entities.
As attention grows within the GCC region regarding the provision of Gifted and Talented education, the team talked extensively about their strategy in developing gifted children in schools and how children's potential can be nurtured in the classroom, as seen across the programmes in Saudi Arabia.
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