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AIS student, Dao Mai Chi receives World Scholars’ Cup 2016

Congratulations to our Year 8 student, DAO Mai Chi, for winning the Top 5% Individual Challenge, 1st Place Top Challenge Teams, 1st Place Scholar’s Bowl, 1stPlace School Top Scholar and many 1st place in other categories of the World Scholars’ Cup Ho Chi Minh City Round 2016. Mai Chi competed against more than 400 students from other international schools (ISHCM, BVIS, Wellsping, etc.) as well as top Vietnamese selected schools including Tran Dai Nghia, Nguyen Du and so on. Globally, Mai Chi is ranked 3rd among participating students from over 45 countries (Dulwich Beijing, Shanghai, Switzerland, German Swiss Hong Kong… Mai Chi swept

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Congratulations to the Class of 2016

“It has been an incredible journey for our Year 13 graduating cohort.  Many have been at AIS/ACG for over 8 years and we have had the pleasure of watching them grow and mature into confident, responsible, caring and thoughtful adults. The School congratulated the students on their achievements and bid farewell over a Graduation Dinner on Saturday 21 May.

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James and the Giant Peach!

The Australian International School brings to you Roald Dahl’s first ever children’s classic novel: James and the Giant Peach! This wonderfully crafted school production is sure to bring joy to children of all ages and their families. Reserve your tickets via Mr Gabriel Price at: gabriel.price@aisvietnam.com. Entrance is free, however a box for donations will be at hand, with all proceeds going to the Loreto Charity Organisation. Further details for James and the Giant Peach below: Date: 9 June 2016 Time: 5pm (show starts) Venue: Australian International School, Thu Thiem Campus

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What’s the Matter with these Properties?

We love Science at AIS, or simply exploring and discovering how the world works! On 15 December 2015, Year 6 students put on a Science Fair, to share their scientific discoveries with parents, other teachers and younger as well as older students. This Unit, part of the IB Primary Years Programme Unit of Inquiry, was about Matter and its properties can be changed to meet our needs. The students undertook a range of experiments about Matter and gave their visitors a chance to carry out or observe these experiments at the Science Fair. It was a fantastic opportunity for Year

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