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The Pinktober+ event, NIST's Service Programme fosters global citizenship by empowering students to make a positive impact.

Service to the community is an important lesson for all future global citizens.

The Service Programme at NIST is at the heart of our learning programme because we recognise our shared responsibility as global citizens to make a positive difference in the world. Service Learning is developed in our community through intentional age-appropriate learning opportunities to build a service mindset, broaden perspectives as systems thinkers, and create local and global partnerships towards a sustainable future. As changemakers, we can work towards a sustainable future by advocating and taking action for people and the planet. Guided by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals we encourage students to look at ways we can achieve peace and justice, equity and inclusivity, unity and collaboration.

NIST Learning Programme Swirl-Service
Angel Wishes
Art Relief Crew (ARC)
Dreams We Believe In (DWBI)
Free To Be
Friends of the Immanuel Orchestra
Green Light
Helping Hearts
Rescued Glass
The Falconer


Designed for students from 3 to 11 years old (NIST Years 1 to 6), the Primary Years Programme (PYP) is a research-based framework that adopts a holistic approach to early childhood education through three key pillars


For our older students, NIST offers the IB Middle Years and Diploma Programmes, as well as the Global Citizen Diploma and International Award.

Academic Performance

Each year our students excel in IB exams, posting scores well above the global average.