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
AIS would like to send a huge “thank-you” to families, teachers, staff and our generous sponsors for attending and supporting the community charity event Jingle Bells Jingle Bells 2015. Together, we raised just over 20,000,000 VND for the Christina Noble Children’s Charity, to help children less fortunate in deprived parts of Vietnam. This Christmas will certainly be very special to these children, and once again, we thank you for making this possible.
On Wednesday 18 November 2015, the Australian International School had the pleasure of hosting a Ministerial visit from the Honourable Steven Joyce, Minister of Tertiary Education in New Zealand, and joined by four top universities in New Zealand: Massey University, Victoria Wellington University, University of Waikato and Auckland University of Technology (AUT). The special guests took a tour of the Thu Thiem Campus, visited a Middle School Geography lesson, met a group of Year 4 students and addressed the Senior School students in the Auditorium. AIS students got to know Minister Steven Joyce a little bit more, after he delivered
We are pleased to inform the AIS community that the School has become a CIS Member School. The Council of International Schools (CIS) is a global non-profit membership organisation that provides services to schools, higher education institutions and individuals focused on international education. All CIS Member Schools are schools committed to incorporating international and intercultural perspective into their programmes so that students can move forward with the attitudes, knowledge and understanding that will provide them with a solid base wherever their studies or work may take them. To become members of CIS, schools participate in a rigorous application process which