Welcome to ISN Nice, where we to prepare today’s learners to be global citizens who can shape the world.
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An English-language international curriculum. Small classes to provide a personalised education for every child.
Middle School is for students aged 11-14 years. It is the bridge between lower and high school, preparing students for IGCSE and the IB Diploma Programme.
The ISN high school provides for young people aged 14 to 18 and follows the IGCSE curriculum and the IB Diploma Programme.
PRIMARY YEARS PROGRAMME (PYP)
Following the IB PYP, our approach is one of the development of the whole child as an inquirer and as a compassionate, self-assured and engaged learner.
In preparation for IGCSE and the IB Diploma programme the middle school curriculum to ensure students move successfully into high school.
IB Diploma Programme
At the ISN, our high school follows the IB Diploma Programme for young people ages 16 to 18.
We are delighted to share with you some behind the scenes photos of the renovations at ISN Nice.
We are thrilled to share that ISN Nice is celebrating a 100% pass rate this year in the 2022 IB Diploma results.
ISN Nice is proud to announce that we are now officially an Eco School with the Silver label. Since the beginning of the school year, students, teachers and partners have worked together to raise awareness on the theme of 'waste', particularly the 3Rs rule of zero waste (reduce, reuse, recycle).
Today, the 20th June 2022, marks the beginning of an exciting and ambitious renovation project at ISN Nice. In collaboration with Rosan Bosch studios, and a local architect from the Côte d'Azur, the school is undertaking extensive renovations in 2022-2023 to become a inspirational site for 21st century learning.
Once a year, Globeducate Debates gives students aged 10 to 18 in Globeducate schools the opportunity to pitch their ideas against an opposing team in another Globeducate school in another country. Our Grade 9 students were excited to flex their debating skills against Stonar School in England.