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Community Service

The local community plays a significant role within the British Vietnamese International School, both in terms of raising awareness of important issues through our curriculum, and in the form of voluntary work to improve the local community.

Our community service programme includes projects from all key stages, across both the primary and secondary schools, ensuring that there is whole school commitment to improving the local community. These projects are overseen by the school’s Community Coordinators, who support students and teachers to start and run projects and to raise funds where necessary. The school believes that donating time and energy is more beneficial for our students than simply raising funds, so the majority of projects are designed to facilitate this.

Project Name

Who

Project Description

Community Links

Helmet Awareness

Year 5 students

Campaigning to raise awareness on the importance of wearing a helmet. Monitoring helmet use and praising BVIS students for wearing one. The school also raised funds to purchase helmets for children at a local Vietnamese school.

An Ha School

Collaborative Art Club

 

Secondary Art students

Facilitating children from the Little Rose Shelter to visit our school and work together with our secondary students in a productive afterschool art class. Transportation funds were raised through a whole-school mufti day.

Little Rose Warm Shelter

Que Huong Community Service Project

Year 12 students and teachers

Students plan visits and facilitate activities for children at the Que Huong Orphanage, following the PARA scheme of Service Learning

Que Huong Orphanage

Tet Box Appeal

Whole school

Students and teachers generously donated school bags, books, stationary and footwear to be given to the children at Que Huong Orphanage.

Que Huong Orphanage

Peer Mentoring

Year 10 Students

Yr 4 Students

Students in Year 10 are active role models in our school community. They mentor students in Year 4, assisting them with reading. This encourages both groups of students to increase their English language fluency.

Secondary - Primary School Link

Awareness of Street Children

Year 6 students

Our Year 6 students learn about the reasons children end up on the street in Vietnam and about street children around the world.

Internal

Peer Mentoring in Bus/Economics

Year 10 – 13 students

Students in higher year groups mentor students in lower year groups to develop their ability in the subject.

Links between 6th Form and IGCSE year groups

Saigon Enterprise Challenge

Year 12 students

Students in Year 12 create an ‘Enterprise’ and enter a competition to compete with other International schools in Ho Chi Minh City.

International Schools within HCMC.  

Links with businesses in the community as sponsors and judges.

6th Form Charity

Year 12 & 13 students

6th Form students create fundraising initiatives to make a charitable donation towards a local cause of their choice.

Vinh Son Social House for disabled and elderly women.

Community Volunteers

Year 6 students

Year 6 students support class teachers in running after school clubs, developing their confidence and leadership skills.

Internal

Y6 Playground Leaders

Year 6 students

Year 6 students run a range of playground games and activities for the younger children during lunchtimes.

Internal

Student Pen pals

Primary students

Primary students practise their letter writing skills and communicate with students from a local Vietnamese school, developing their confidence and awareness of the local community.

An Ha School

 

Eco Schools Club

Primary students & Secondary Student Council members

Secondary student council members assist primary student in the aim of applying for Eco schools status. The project raises awareness of the importance of looking after the environment.

www.eco-schools.org.uk

 

 

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