It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by everything you’re hearing about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) right now. It’s also understandable if your children are feeling anxious, too. Children might find it difficult to understand what they are seeing online or on TV – or hearing from other people – so they can be particularly vulnerable to feelings of anxiety, stress and sadness. But having an open, supportive discussion with your children can help them understand, cope and even make a positive contribution for others. 1. Ask open questions and listen Start by inviting your child to talk about the issue. Find out how
Dear Inspired Parents, Inspired schools are set for an exciting 2020 with many new initiatives in the pipeline. We are writing to announce the launch of our 2020 Premium Global Summer Camps and update you on the exclusive partnership between Inspired and the preeminent Berklee College of Music – Inspired by Berklee. Inspired Premium Global Camps This year we are working with world-renowned partners to offer seven Inspired Premium Global Camps. Our camps are designed to offer students a unique opportunity in amazing locations to immerse themselves in a variety of activities. Our partners, all leaders in their respective fields,
Information from AIS abouth the Covid-19 Outbreak will be updated on this page and by mail to all parents. Helpful Link: WHO: Link Vietnamese news: Link The HCMC PC announced yesterday that schools are to remain closed until Monday 20 April 2020. We will therefore resume our online teaching program next Monday, 6 April. All staff are working from home this week, so the school campuses are not open. The HCMC PC announced today that schools are to remain closed until Monday 6 April 2020. AIS will continue its virtual school and teachers will continue to provide lessons online to
Dear Parents, During this time of school closure, I have been very proud of the children’s dedication towards their home learning set by the teachers. It has been a pleasure to see them engaging through the See Saw App and taking a high level of responsibility when completing their set tasks. As the children complete their home learning I feel it is important to reflect on why it is important. Please see my thoughts below: Why is home learning important? Helps build responsibility. Home learning makes children accountable and taking ownership of their learning and take responsibility for their actions.