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AIS Sprint Invitational 2019

AIS hosted the AIS Sprint Invitational at AIS Sport Centre. Over 380 competitors from across the international school communities (AIS, BIS, ISHCM, SSIS, ABC IS, EIS, BVIS) and 2 clubs (KidZone Sharks, Alabang Country Club Gators) of Ho Chi Minh city. There was an amazing event from start to finish! Congratulations to AIS team, we finished 3rd in overall team points but we ranked 1st in the medal tally.   Individual winners: 6 & Under Boys: David Sawa (43 points – AIS); Cosme L Vanderlynden (35 points – BIS); Bailey Fowler (28 points – ISHCM). 6 & Under Girls: Lucy

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Congratulations To AIS Young Artists For Being Accepted Into Some Of The World’s Best Arts Universities

We have an annual exhibition of artwork by our International Baccalaureate Diploma Visual Arts students. This year 11 students will exhibit over 100 pieces of studio work in the school’s gallery area. The exhibition is the culmination of two year’s work and is curated by the students themselves as an integral part of the Visual Arts component of their IB. Collectively the work represents 100’s of hours of dedication and is testimony to the creativity and personal vision of these young artists many of whom have already been accepted into some of the world’s best arts universities: • SEO, Hyun Jin

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Back To The Basics: AIS Zooms In On The Im Importance Of Good Teachers

Close your eyes and take a trip down memory lane. Think back to the most memorable teachers you’ve ever had and you’ll likely think of those who left an emotional imprint on you—be it positive or negative. As the popular adage holds: “People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel”. This rings true for the teaching methods at Australian International School in Ho Chi Minh City. According to Principal Dr Roderick Crouch or, as people call him, “ Dr Rod”, “The most important thing a school

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Music Notes

The Music department has been a hive of activity over the past few weeks. We have instigated a new practice routine which means that all students have to spend at least 15 minutes a week practising their instruments. Whilst this has only been going a short time, it is amazing to see the difference in confidence and ability of pupils.There have been many performance opportunities – the concert band performed for the opening of the GIN Conference playing a song of hope, for a conference that was looking at the catalyst for change. We received a warm welcome and I

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