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Part 5 – Strengthening support for SEND students

In the fifth part of our series on Nisai Virtual Academy’s journey to achieving and maintaining the prestigious IQM “Centre of Excellence” status, we turn our focus to our ongoing improvements in supporting students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). At Nisai, we believe that every student deserves tailored support to help them succeed, […]

Part 4 – Minimizing disruptions: Efficient attendance tracking and monitoring

Welcome to the fourth part of Nisai’s journey towards achieving Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) status. In this series, we continue to unveil our strategies and initiatives aimed at fostering inclusive education and maximizing student support. Today, we delve into how Nisai effectively minimizes disruptions through our proactive approach to attendance tracking and monitoring. Proactive attendance […]

Part 3 – Leveraging data for growth: Nisai Professional Development Institute (NPDI)

Welcome to the third part of Nisai’s quest for Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) status. In this series, we’ll walk you through strategies and initiatives that highlight our commitment to inclusive education and student support.  In this part, we delve into our data-driven approach to enhancing student support and development with the work of Nisai Professional Development […]

Part 2 – Empowering inclusive learning: The Nisai Customer and Parent Portals

Preview of Nisai Customer Portal

Welcome to the second part of Nisai’s quest for Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) status. In this series, we’ll walk you through strategies and initiatives that highlight our commitment to inclusive education and student support. Following our first part on proactive attendance monitoring, we now turn our attention to the Nisai Customer and Parent Portals – […]

Surge in Homeschooling in Scotland: Concerns about state education

Mr Kerr addresses his concerns over the reasons behind the surge in homeschooling in Scotland

Recent data from authorities show a significant surge in homeschooling in Scotland, with over 2,200 children currently being schooled at home, up 40% in two years and more than tripling in seven years. This increase is due to lower educational standards and more classroom violence. Scotland’s decrease in international league tables for Reading, Maths and […]

Part 1 – Proactive Attendance Monitoring for Enhanced Student Support

Nisai students participate in online class under the guidance and proactive monitor of teachers and facilitators.

Welcome to the first part of Nisai’s quest for Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) status. In this series, we’ll walk you through strategies and initiatives that highlight our commitment to inclusive education and student support. Our journey commences with a focus on proactive attendance monitoring—a pivotal aspect of fostering a supportive learning environment for all students. […]

To grow a business is to grow people – an interview with CEO Nisai Group 

Mr. Dhruv Patel, CEO of Nisai Group, speaking at the UK-Malaysia partnership seminar.

In a recent interview conducted by Raconteur in collaboration with HSBC, Dhruv Patel, CEO and founder of the Nisai Group, shared his experience on the transformative journey of scaling a technology-enabled education business. His insights underscore the important role of personnel soft skills and education liberation in fostering organizational growth and nurturing a dynamic corporate […]

Promoting Inclusive Learning: Nisai Group’s Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Empowerment 

Mr. Dhruv Patel, Founder and CEO of Nisai Group, speaking at SEN seminar about equality and liberation

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, Nisai Group’s focus on inclusive learning, dedicated to championing equality and empowerment for all students. Partnering with the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE), Nisai Group reaffirms its lifelong commitment to fostering inclusive learning environments, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set forth by UNESCO.  […]

Focusing on inclusion, Nisai retains IQM “Centre of Excellence” status 

Nisai retains IQM "Centre of Excellence" status 2023

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. “Despite celebrating over 26 years […]

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