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Nisai Group and Oasis Place signed the MOU agreement joining forces to deliver inclusive education for SEN students in Malaysia.

February 28th 2024 Kuala Lumpur This event, introduced by Mr Tom Shepherd, Acting Deputy British High Commissioner to Malaysia, and Dhruv Patel, CEO & Founder Nisai Group, brought together the very best of practice in both the UK and Malaysia with the aim of creating innovative partnerships that will bring

February 26th 2024 Cape Town Nisai have been in collaboration with Out of Africa Children’s Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa, since 2022. Together they have worked to get Nisai’s Units of Sound online literacy intervention programme into disadvantaged areas in Cape Town, so that children can improve their literacy skills.

The SEND Implementation Plan promises support for young people with SEND in all aspects of their education including mental health and that they will hold delivery partners to account. It promises that a young person’s needs will be identified early, and that the local SEND and alternative provision partnerships will

The first part of our webinar with INQUIRER.NET was a success, based on “Fostering inclusivity in education through digital technology: Is it possible?” Click below to read about the topics discussed.

11/10/2022 The Memorandum of Agreement Signing Ceremony between Nisai Group and Proyash Institute of Special Education has been held successfully. The Ceremony is the promise between the two parties to acknowledge sustainable cooperation and co-development in promoting high-quality education, supporting extracurricular and social activities for the all-all-rounded development of students,

27/10/2022 The world of education and skills has been impacted tremendously during the COVID pandemic. However, this impact has not always been negative. Many innovations in technology-based creations occurred during the pandemic offering various new opportunities for students, educators, and the public creating more easily accessible education and tools for

For the first time since the arrangement to acquire a majority shareholding of Quillsoft, both organisations are exhibiting at Closing the Gap 2022 conference, held in Minneapolis from the 19th – 21st October 2022. With the joint values of inclusivity and accessibility, Nisai and Quillsoft will be demonstrating the offers

11/10/2022 The Memorandum of Agreement Signing Ceremony between Nisai Group and Mensa School has been held successfully. The Ceremony is the promise between the two parties to acknowledge sustainable cooperation and co-development in promoting high-quality education, supporting extracurricular and social activities for the all-all-rounded development of students, and nurturing the

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According to IQM’s review on March 2024, Nisai continues to retain its Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) “Centre of Excellence” status with focus on inclusive learning. Mr. Dirk Pittard, the assessor of IQM, visited Nisai Stockton-on-Tees office and met with Ms. Victoria Reaney, Chief Operating Officer of Nisai Group, to discuss student support.

February 10th 2024 Bangladesh On February 10th, 2024, Nisai Bangladesh participated in the Job Fair for People with Disabilities, hosted by the Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) in partnership with the Centre for Services and Information on Disability (CSID). The event, graced by the presence of Mr. Zunayed Ahmed Polok, Minister

March 13th 2024 Paris In a significant stride towards fostering global inclusivity in education, David Lester, Group Learning Services Director of Nisai Group is gearing up to participate in the upcoming UNESCO Global Inclusive Forum on March 15, 2024. David is participating in the Panel discussion and answering questions revolving

February 26th 2024 Cape Town Nisai have been in collaboration with Out of Africa Children’s Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa, since 2022. Together they have worked to get Nisai’s Units of Sound online literacy intervention programme into disadvantaged areas in Cape Town, so that children can improve their literacy skills.

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