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APP Year 6 Community Link With Huynh Van Ngoi School

In Year 6, we have recently started our annual program linking with the nearby Vietnamese school of Huynh Van Ngoi (HVN).

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Each BIS HCMC Year 6 class will visit their school and experience a session about their culture (for example the concept of ‘peace’). We then reciprocate and host the HVN class for a session linked with our current Science unit on ‘Forces’. This initiative allows a fantastic opportunity for both sets of children to learn about others and experience something different to the usual.

Quotes from British International School, HCMC, pupils:

Khanh – “I thought that learning more about Vietnam’s history was fun and I liked the fact that the children learnt a song which they sang at the end. It also gave me a chance to practise my Vietnamese language.”

William – “I thought it was going to be difficult to communicate our science experiment with them. However, by using hand gestures and modeling the investigation, it was easy and ultimately very enjoyable.”

Mr Greg Wilde, Year 6B Class teacher & MP3 Assistant Leader

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