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    We offer the best of British and Vietnamese education.

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    Our students are confident, creative and compassionate, and ready to be the leaders of the future.

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    Our staff are dedicated to knowing every child well and adapting the teaching approach to ensure all can be successful.

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BVIS School Uniform

The uniform is a means of showing our identity and pride in our school to the wider community as well as being practical school wear. All children from F1 upwards are expected to wear the school uniform every day.

Shoes

Children should wear sensible black leather shoes or closed toed sandals, preferably without laces for the younger children. We do not allow novelty shoes with flashing lights, squeaking noises or shoes which have the roller ball facility.

Socks

All children should wear either white, black or grey ankle high socks.

Hair

All children with long hair should have it tied back with either a red, blue or maroon soft hair band. No bandana style head bands or hair accessories which include hard bobbles are to be worn. Hard Alice bands should not be worn. Parents should endeavour to use hair accessories which are based on school colours. If in doubt, please see your child’s class teacher.

School Caps

Children should always wear school hats when they are outside to protect them from the sun. BVIS Hanoi has a 'no hat - no play' policy for Primary children.

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