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One Day of Ms Julie, Our Kindergarten Teacher

My name is Julie Ann Estacion, I am from The Philippines, and I work as a kindergarten teacher at Australian International School (AIS) in HCMC. I have been in Vietnam for 24 years, which is also the amount of time I have worked as a kindergarten teacher. I live close to my school, and my home is always full of sunshine and greenery. I feel so happy to live in Vietnam. Whenever I have the opportunity to visit The Philippines, I always miss Vietnam as it has become my second home. Life in The Philippines is not so different from

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IB Spotlight: Physics

AIS shines its IB Spotlight on Physics this week to help uncover what life is truly like for students to study the IB Diploma. Focused on exploring and explaining the universe itself, from the very smallest subatomic particles to the vast distances between galaxies, Physics provide students the chance to develop their practical techniques, interpersonal and digital communication skills, and abilities in the use of mathematics. This week we spoke to Le Anh Huy, a Year 12 student who has been at AIS for almost three years, who revealed his approach to the course, shared how he felt the subject

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IB Spotlight: English A – Language And Literature

To continue to uncover student’s perspectives on what studying the IB Diploma is really like, this week AIS’s IB Spotlight focuses on English A: Language and Literature. This course critically studies and interprets both written and spoken texts from a wide range of different sources, and aims to develop students’ textual analysis, communications skills and understanding of how meaning is created through language. Michelle Nong, a Year 12 student who has been at AIS for over 10 years, reveals what life is like and how she feels about studying the subject, and also provides useful advice for future IB students:

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Boarding Life at AIS: What’s it Like for Students?

Operating since August this year, Boarding at AIS has received a lot of interest with many students taking advantage of the school’s new facilities. With some students now looking at AIS’s Boarding House as their home from home, we decided to catch up with them to see what life was like living at the school. We were lucky enough to hear from two students, Amy and Tony, who are both studying in Year 12 at AIS. Our first question was to enquire into why they decided to take advantage of the boarding experience AIS has on offer. Amy shared that

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