In the first term of the 2015-2016 school year, Vietnamese studies has been included in the curriculum both in the Primary and Secondary School . It proves that the subject has been taking an increasingly important role not only for Vietnamese students but also for the students coming from different countries around the world. From these classes, in addition to being able to communicate in Vietnamese, the international students also have the opportunity to understand more about the country and people where they live and study. Most international students have risen to this opportunity with enthusiasm and dedication. This is evident through the diverse activities during language classes as well as in the Vietnamese studies in general.
To improve language skills for the native Vietnamese speaking students who are studying Vietnamese Literature in the Secondary school, there have been multi-grade support activities such as the VCOOP program and Reading diary. This program has been carried out on regular basis. More importantly, our students are provided the particular skills of each literary genre at the same time to explore the artistic value of a literary work in the curriculum.
Vietnamese cultural activities and festivals have been held in the school such as the Mid-Autumn Festival, Winter Carnival have been participated in by the Vietnamese students but also drawn great attention and warm enthusiasm from the international students.
Today, the day before our holidays for Tet, we have organised a special celebration to mark the traditional Tet of Vietnam in our School.
We are having a great day!
Ms Hai Nguyen - Vietnamese Leader