The AIS Primary Years Programme Exhibition is a unique feature of learning for our Year 6 students. It encourages them in their final year of PYP, to carry out individual/group research in order to engage in real-life issues. Students inquire into many different interests, which result in different actions that will benefit the AIS community and beyond. This year the PYP Exhibition will take place on 29 – 30 May. We look forward to sharing our students’ learning journey in their attempts to make the world a better place.
Friday 26 April 2019, marked the official graduation of the class of 2018-2019 at a formal school assembly attended by their fellow students, family and friends. Graduation is one of life’s great rites of passage – it marks the end of a thirteen-year journey through primary, middle and secondary school and the beginning of tertiary study or work. Like most rites of passage, there were elements of ritual and celebration in what has become AIS tradition: the students processing into the Auditorium; the series of speeches, farewell messages, and musical items; and their departure to a standing ovation from their
The annual art exhibition of the Australian International School in Ho Chi Minh City started with much excitement. The art exhibition by the International Baccalaureate Diploma Visual Arts students is an exhibition of over 100 pieces of studio work that AIS’ Year 13 students have created over a two year period. AIS Students Accepted into Top Global Art Universities Many of these bright young talents have already been accepted into some of the world’s best art universities. One of the students, Hyun Jin Seo, has been accepted to study at the University of Arts, London (UAL) Camberwell, and London College
International Day celebrations on Friday 19th April marked an important event in the way we celebrate many nationalities within our AIS community. Students were engaged in many different opportunities for them to learn about other cultures; whether it be through sports, dances, food or geographical facts. Such activities helped students increase their awareness of other people in other parts of the word. This not only let students ‘focus on the similarities, instead of our differences’ (quote from a student), it also enabled them develop respect and understanding for one another. Big thank you to the PFG for their help in