International schools organisation Nord Anglia Education has announced that Colegio Peruano Británico in Lima has joined its global family of schools – marking its first school in Peru.
Founded in 1963, Colegio Peruano Británico is a bilingual private school with a reputation for strong academic performance. It is situated in the residential and financial hub of Monterrico, Santiago de Surco in Lima, which is popular with diplomatic and international business communities.
The school has over 1,000 students from pre-school to grade 12 and teaches in both English and Spanish, with French offered as a second language. The school teaches Peru’s national curriculum and the International Baccalaureate programme.
The school has state-of-the-art technology, indoor and outdoor play areas, an arts technology pavilion, indoor gym, a multipurpose auditorium, football pitch and hockey pitch.
Andrew Fitzmaurice, chief executive officer of Nord Anglia Education, said: “We are delighted to welcome our new students, their parents and colleagues from Colegio Peruano Británico to our global family.
“We have many shared values, including a commitment to outstanding teaching and learning, helping our students to achieve more than they ever thought possible. Colegio Peruano Británico has a well-deserved reputation for excellence and we are looking forward to continuing to build on its many successes.”
All Colegio Peruano Británico students are now able to connect and collaborate globally through Global Campus, Nord Anglia’s technology-enabled learning platform, to bring their learning to life beyond the classroom. Students will also benefit from NAE’s partnerships with world renowned institutions, including MIT, Juilliard and UNICEF.
The more than 100 teachers at Colegio Peruano Británico will also have access to NAE’s professional development programme through Nord Anglia University, summer courses and the opportunity to join an Executive Master’s in International Education with King’s College London.
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