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At New English School (NES), the significance of nurturing independence from an early age is deeply understood. NES is committed to providing a holistic education that fosters the development of essential life skills, including independence, in our students. Through a combination of academic excellence and character-building experiences, NES empowers young minds to embark on their journey towards early independence.

Why Early Independence Matters:
Early independence forms the cornerstone of future success, providing children with the confidence, resilience, and self-reliance necessary to navigate life's challenges. NES recognises that nurturing independence extends beyond academic achievement; it encompasses critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills crucial for personal and professional growth.

Our Approach to Early Independence:
NES adopts a student-centred approach that encourages autonomy and self-discovery. Our curriculum is designed to offer opportunities for students to take ownership of their learning, explore their interests, and pursue their passions. Through project-based learning, collaborative activities, and real-world experiences, we empower students to develop the skills and mindset needed to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Key Features of Our Early Independence Program:

Student-Led Learning: NES teachers act as facilitators, guiding students on their learning journey while allowing them to take the lead in exploring topics of interest and finding solutions to real-world problems.

Experiential Learning Opportunities: NES provides a range of experiential learning opportunities, including field trips, community service projects, and internships, enabling students to gain hands-on experiences that foster independence and initiative.

Holistic Development: Through the implementation of our well-established NES student code, we model, encourage and nurture our students to embody the values that will help them grow into well-rounded, conscientious, confident members of society. This code is embedded on all aspects of the school and is celebrated at all levels.

Join Us on the Journey

 At the New English School, early independence is viewed as a lifelong journey rather than a destination. By instilling a sense of independence, responsibility, and resilience in our students, we empower them to embrace challenges, pursue their aspirations, and make a positive impact on the world.

Experience the transformative power of early independence at New English School, where every student is encouraged to think independently, act responsibly, and lead confidently. Join us as we nurture the next generation of independent thinkers, innovators, and leaders.