At the Australian International School we want our students to listen to the world around them, to hear it hum, and to grow into young people who Hai em nhat ban curious, reflective and want to make a positive difference to their world.
Over the course of three days, students from many different international schools around Ho Chi Minh City gathered at [ At the end of each term I make time to reflect on what has occurred during the term, and [ This year the Year 7 students attended a 5 day camp in Mui Ne.
The camp provided students with [ It goes without saying that reading is a fundamental part of life, both at school and beyond. Season 2 tournament were held this week.
AIS sent 7 teams representing 3 sports — u14 football, u19 basketball [ A wonderful secondary school assembly today.
Congratulations to our students who received Gold awards in a recent MangaHigh Math Hai em nhat ban A truly international school with the highest expectations, word-class teaching and outstanding opportunities, means students are not only prepared for university, but reach their very best both academically and socially. Whether it is leading an assembly in primary school, or taking a formal student leadership role, there are multiple opportunities for students to build confidence and develop leadership skills.
Student leadership gives students a voice and builds the respect that is a key component of the culture at AIS. No matter what your background is, you can feel at home here.
What l learned at AIS has proved so valuable to my university life and career. I learned how to learn, I learned to be curious and to ask questions.
I learned to open my heart. Friends and teachers were always there to give you support - all I needed I went on a year long exchange at the University of Manchester in England and am now a double major in Sociology and Sport Management. I also work as a professional soccer coach with an elite Hai em nhat ban high school managing the Junior Varsity team and I run a soccer school in Hanoi, called Hanoi Sports Academy.
I have also been a community football coach with Manchester Victor Vu, AIS Class of The most valuable thing from my time at AIS is the exposure to a very international environment, which perfectly prepared me for college life. At AIS, I made a lot of great friendships and I met some amazing teachers, who would continue to guide me through every walk of life.
Under the IB Curriculum, I was taught to become an independent thinker who would not hesitate to challenge the status quo and come up with Byun Hyun Class of Through my time at AIS, I've gained the confidence to cope with many challenges in life, and have become very determined to dedicate my life to helping others who're in need.
Even studying IB was very competitive to me, however, throughout Hai em nhat ban learning process, I was able to learn the way of conducting discussions with others and managing my time efficiently.
When I studied with my friends in class, I believed the teamwork take a The School always seeks to ensure we employ and retain the best staff. Our teaching must not only be qualified in their field, but also have a teaching qualification and suitable experience as well.
Specialist teachers are employed who are experts in their field. AIS teachers and support teachers know how to challenge and support children in their learning. All primary school classes are supported by a fully qualified Vietnamese support teacher, while our administration staff are also highly qualified and very capable.
She has over 18 years teaching experience in Kinder to Hai em nhat ban 3 in Australia.