BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Ho Chi Minh City
A Nord Anglia Education School
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Our school is a caring and multicultural environment.
With students from over 50 nationalities, our school values respect and integrity. Our children excel socially, personally and academically.
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We develop individual talents and strengths.
Learning to learn and developing study skills to make our students lifelong learners is a key focus as BIS HCMC.
We focus on the all-round development of every child.
Our students confidently and independently prepare for life as global citizens.
Our teachers are dedicated, skilled and inspirational.
Well qualified staff with relevant British curriculum experience ensure that the education on offer is amongst the very best available anywhere in the world.
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Our repertoire of activities and events is reflective of our vibrant school culture.
15 April 2015
Last night Tu Xuong Primary put on an outstanding performance of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. From the moment the opening line was said to the final song the show was top quality and it was wonderful to see.
The Roald Dahl classic story is about a little boy who finds one of five golden tickets in a Wonka chocolate bar and wins a lifetime supply of chocolate and a trip to Willy Wonka’s magical chocolate factory.
There was so much to enjoy including dancing birds, oompa loompas, dramatic moments where characters fell into chocolate rivers and egg-weighing machines and some truly superb acting!
Our MP3 cast brought so much energy and confidence to this performance that it was a pleasure to watch. The actors truly transported the audience into the colourful candy-land of an eccentric inventor.
The chocolate factory was brought to life with superb singing and dancing, plus the help of an invaluable backstage crew. With convincing props and gadgets, and a multi-coloured painted set design, it was a feast for the senses to behold!
Learning lines, lyrics, choreography and cues for scene changes all demand a lot of commitment and we were proud of the many children who went the extra mile to make this show a success.
Mr Richard Marlow, Information Literacy Teacher
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