• The Leading Bilingual International School in Vietnam

    Top international school choice for ambitious Vietnamese families

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  • Unique International Curriculum in English & Vietnamese

    The only bilingual school in Vietnam with an international curriculum

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  • Experienced & Friendly School Admissions Team

    Western and Vietnamese staff offering school tours, advice and tests

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  • Committed Primary and Secondary School Students

    BVIS graduates are accepted at the best universities and colleges worldwide

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  • Vietnamese Parents Committed to High Quality Education

    Our parents value Vietnamese culture alongside top quality international education

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  • Fully Qualified & Internationally Experienced Teachers

    All BVIS teachers are fully qualified and have verified relevant teaching experience

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  • A Vibrant & Eventful International School

    BVIS offers a vibrant international environment that respects Vietnamese culture

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  • Professional & Experienced Support Team

    BVIS multilingual staff will be happy to assist you with your questions and requests

10 ways for parents to stay connected with the school

In the Primary School we have had a particular focus upon home/school communication. To remind you, we have developed and currently use these forms of communication about your child’s learning at BVIS:

1. Home/school diaries 

2. Weekly news letters about the learning in your child’s year group

Published every week in  Year Blogs

3. Hub Articles about school events and developments

Access to BVIS Hub here!

 4. Blogs about your child’s year group and learning at BVIS

Year 2 blog

5. Parents Evenings in Terms 1 and 2

6. Written reports towards the start of the year and at the end of the year

7. Coffee Mornings which enable you to learn more about the curriculum and experience how your child learns at school

ICT Coffee Morning

8. Class assemblies – a celebration of learning in the Main Hall. Your child’s class assembly involves the presentation of a unit of learning or an aspect of the curriculum.

Year 4 Production in Assembly

9. Information meetings held at key times in your child’s school life, such as Residential Trips or Transition to the Secondary School.

10. Publications such as the termly “Kaleidoscope” magazine and annual Year Book for an overview of the life of the school

Kaleidoscope Term 1, 2014 – 2015

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