This year the Year 7 students attended a 5 day camp in Mui Ne. The camp provided students with a variety of fun, challenging and educational activities, including swimming, stand up boarding, sailing and a hike up a mountain. They were rewarded with breath taking views of the surrounding country side. The students also did team building exercises, archery and geo-catching and had the opportunity to learn about sustainable and organic farming… They were even able to showcase their artistic abilities through making sand art. For each meal the students were offered a lot of food from various regions of
It goes without saying that reading is a fundamental part of life, both at school and beyond. We live in a world overflowing with information and reading is the main way that we access it. Reading literacy is a core focus in schools and provides critical tools for formal learning. A person who can read, can educate themselves about any aspect of life that they are interested in throughout their lives. Reading allows us to discover new things, develop our minds, be more imaginative, creative and empathetic, and provides an endless source of entertainment and enjoyment. And although in the
Season 2 tournament were held this week. AIS sent 7 teams representing 3 sports – u14 football, u19 basketball and u11/u19 badminton. The school had its most successful week of sport in its 12 year history, bringing home 3 championship trophies! Congratulations to these teams: U19 boys badminton – Pool A champions. Defeated CIS in the final. U19 boys basketball – Pool A champions. Defeated TAS in the final. U19 girls basketball – Pool A champions. Defeated SSIS in the final.
A wonderful secondary school assembly today. Congratulations to our students who received Gold awards in a recent MangaHigh Math competition: Tran Ngoc Thuc Khue (600 points), SukMin Hong (324 points), JiMin Myung (302 points), JiWoo Kang (232 points), Geralynn Choo Jay Lin (226 points), Mikaela Chrishelle Sumague (220 points), Yoon Seo Shin (205 points), Young Jin Cho (195 points), Yang Tu Vy (183 points), Trinh Hoang Xuan Quynh (171 points), EunJae Lee (153 points), Zyle Estacion (150 points). AIS hosted Asia Pacific Arts Festival last weekend (sat 19 & sun 20 Jan). Our group of 5 students competing in the