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Year 4 Camp to Vung Tau

(Ronni)  Waiting, waiting, waiting to catch the bus so we can go to camp!  What attitude are we showing here? Any ideas?………………. (tolerance) (Ryu)  On the bus heading to the beach! Which attitude can you see on our faces?  (Enthusiasm) (MyLinh)  At the beach, we split into house groups and played a game called beach trains.  We had to try not to break apart.  Not easy, but super fun! Which attitude are we showing here? (co-operation) (Zoe)  Sand castle competition in our house groups.  We are being creative and open minded. (Bill)  I decided to create a house team flag

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AIS band programme

AIS has created its first concert band. We performed as part of the Wizard of Oz school production. Our is concert band is made up of flutes, clarinets, saxophones, trumpets, trombones, piano, percussion/ drum kit, guitar and bass guitar. In the Wizard of Oz production, we performed many standard Broadway songs such as ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’, ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’, ‘Ding Dong the Witch is Dead’, ‘Wake me up Before You Go Go’ and ‘Emerald City Green’ by the famous musician/composer, Quincey Jones. This song is a rhythmically difficult song to perform and it featured our talented bass

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IB DP Core Celebration 2016

“Fantastic work!”, “I had no idea what we could do in CAS”, “the Extended Essay scares me” are just some of the comments heard recently at our Core Celebration afternoon. Arguably, what distinguishes the IB Diploma Programme from other post- 16 courses is the Core: the Theory of Knowledge (ToK) lessons, CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service) and the completion of an Extended Essay (EE). Our Year 13 students have recently completed their 4,000 word EEs, as well as their ToK oral presentations, and are approaching the end of their 18-month CAS programme. To celebrate their achievements in these areas, AIS

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Intermediate Saigon Mathematics Competition

Over the weekend AIS had two teams participate in the Intermediate Saigon Mathematics Competition.  Well done to all students on their participation.  By participating in competitions like this students’ practise and develop problem solving skills.  Special congratulations must go to the team of Kei IKEDA (year 9), Thanh TRAN (year 10), Nguyen TRAN (year 10) and Hyeon Jun KIM (year 10), they placed 3rd overall out of 16 teams. Their best result in the Competition was 2nd in the Individual Competition round against very competent opposition. Once again this is a commendable result for AIS, these are the best Intermediate

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