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An International Experience From Day One

One of the most important skills that was continually reinforced during the pandemic was the need for collaboration within a globally distributed team. Most large companies have their teams in different parts of the world and must therefore learn to collaborate remotely, whilst acknowledging different cultures and business styles. 

Despite this concept existing in the business world, there are currently no schools that teach these principles. At NYsKOOL your child will have an international education experience from day one. With the simultaneous launch of six hubs, growing to at least 100 hubs globally, children will be working on projects with their local classmates as well as connecting with others around the world. 

This way of learning allows students to make new international friendships. If a family decides to move to a new city or country their children will already have friends, making it easier to adapt to a new lifestyle. In fact, even before relocating a child at NYsKOOL is able to start participating in projects and activities online at their next Learning Hub. 

Within our NYsKOOL system, children will explore other cultures, learn how to use remote collaboration tools and gain a truly global education experience that will allow them to be ready and confident about their future.

More on How We Teach

Students with Digital Tablets

Individual Learning Plans for Each Child

Studious Child

Every parent knows their children can become bored in class. This may happen when the student is more advanced than his or her peers, in need of additional support, or if they are struggling to grasp concepts.  

In a standard class setting the teacher is not able to help each child move at their own pace. At NYsKOOL each child can follow their own path in order to reach their full potential. We offer the unique customization of an Individual Learning Plan (ILP), where teachers, parents and the child create a program together.


The word ‘individual’ in this context doesn’t mean solitary. Learning in NYsKOOL is full of group activities – crafts, physical exercises, scientific projects, and games. Instead of fixed classes, children participate in learning and activities in different flexible groups, which in turn helps them to develop social skills that are so valuable in the modern world.

If your children are learning online, they can continue with their own curriculum. Our in-person Learning Hubs will supplement online learning with daily social opportunities, personalized enrichment activities, and academic support from professional teachers.

Hybrid Approach

We recognise that children need to interact in a social environment to develop and learn. This is exactly why we have created Learning Hubs, where children play and learn together.


At the same time, we know that families value flexibility and the freedom of movement. In traditional schools, families are tied to the schools locations and must adjust their working schedules to school holidays.


Most schools still have a long summer holiday break. For those who didn’t know, these traditionally appeared a long time ago, when everyone, including children, were involved in harvesting. NYsKOOL is open 12 months a year and families can plan their holidays at any time! Children can easily switch from on-site learning to online mode. Students are able to continue with their individual learning plans while travelling with their parents or switching between NYsKOOL learning hubs around the globe.


A hybrid approach or full on-line option is valuable for children who don’t have quality education institutions nearby or who cannot attend school due to physical limitations. They will still be part of the NYsKool community by joining group activities on-line and learning with other kids.

Self-Directed Learning

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So, what do traditional schools teach children? You must show up on time and follow the teachers instructions.


We take a different approach: Learning to Learn. Children are encouraged to take more responsibility for their schoolwork and are given more support in their studies. The students set goals, solve problems, and assess their learning based on set targets.


The pupils experiences, feelings, areas of interest and interaction with others lay the foundation for learning.


The teacher's task is to guide the pupils into becoming lifelong learners.

Technology Technology Technology

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We live in a world where we encounter technology in every minute of our lives. Digital literacy is one of the key skills required for a successful life after graduation. This is why our ‘Learning Hubs’ are technology-rich, and our students use technology on a daily basis.


Unlike traditional schools that still use the method of a teacher “lecturing a class”, we use interactive apps to teach core materials like mathematics and languages. Children are much more engaged; they have fun and learn faster.


The teachers role changes as they are freed from mundane tasks. They become more like a mentor, developing individual learning plans and helping children to navigate them, organising group activities and helping to develop emotional intelligence.


Technology enables our individual learning plans and makes the students’ progress transparent for themselves as well as teachers and parents.

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