Nordic High Signature

A commitment that's beyond academics.

The programmes under Nordic High Signature work to enhance cognitive, aesthetic and logical skills in our students.

 

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Virtual Reality Lab

Only textbooks for teaching is old school. We prepare our children for the future. The future lies in imagination and visualization. Our VR Lab gives our students an immersive experience, where they experience the environment around them. Our students learn subjects like astronomy, physics, history and biology in a fascinating new format with the ability to virtually teleport anywhere in the world. At NHIS, we have a dedicated VR Lab which facilitates this innovative format of learning. We pledge to provide our children with the best and for this we have partnered with Altairika.

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STEM Lab

Science is a Child’s play. When we say beyond the obvious, we take it very seriously. You can see a glimpse of it when you get to know about our STEAM Lab. We make our children learn the everyday science lessons through imaginative play technique. In this imaginary scenario, we invite young minds to think and act like scientists who are solving a real problem. Our teachers are trained and certified through KideScience (The premier teacher training and lesson platform from Finland for early childhood STEAM education.)

For mor details visit: Kide Science

 

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Kindiedays

The Kindiedays mobile app facilitates delivery of the Nordic High’s Exploration Stage to ensure personalized learning and connect teachers with families. Teachers and parents can easily follow the child’s learning progress through one platform.

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Scratch MIT

With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.

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