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Tu Xuong Campus Community Service

During the school year all students will take part in a Community Project. Community partners such as Poussieres de Vie and Binh Trieu School regularly visit the school to take part in lesson exchanges and shared learning. Students enjoy meeting new friends from outside BIS and getting involved with the community around them. One of the main aims of Community Service is for students to learn to take responsibility towards people, animals and the environment. Through clubs such as Eco –Warriors, students work hard to make TX a greener and healthier place. 

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In Curriculum 

Who?

Project Name

Organisation Link

Project Brief

F1 & F2

Animal Rescue Centre

Animal, Rescue and Care (ARC)

An ARC education project promoting care for animals and understanding how to appreciate and look after them.

EYFS

Binh Tho School Playdates

Binh Tho school

Class exchange visits hosted by both schools – focussing on making new friends, building confidence, overcoming language, social and cultural differences through play

 Year 1

Thien Phuoc Playdates

Thien Phuoc Foster Home for Children with Disabilities

Weekly play dates with Thien Phouc children in the soft play room. Students learn empathy and play skills with regards to children with disabilities as well as making friends in the community!

Year 2

Anh Minh School Exchange

Anh Minh School for the Hearing Impaired

Building confidence, overcoming disability, cultural and social barriers through a curriculum based exchange with Anh Minh school for hearing impaired. Hosted at both BIS and Anh Minh.

Year 3

Giong Ong To School Exchange

Giong Ong To Primary Government School

A curriculum, classroom and cultural exchange with Giong Ong To Primary school hosted by both schools. Students learn to overcome cultural and language barriers whilst making friends in the community

Year 4

Nguyen Hien School and Huynh Van Ngoi School lesson exchange

Nguyen Hien & Huynh Van Ngoi Primary Government School

Learning together – sharing and developing understanding through a variety of subject areas, hosted both at BIS and partner school.

Year 5

Binh Trieu School

Binh Trieu School

Year 5 students using leadership skills to create educational activities for Year 2 children from Binh Trieu School. Students build confidence whilst supporting children in the community. 

 

Village of Hope, Danang

EASTmeetsWEST

An activity and adventure day out inspired by the projects of EastmeetsWest for the children of Village of Hope as part of the Year 5 Danang/Hoi An residential trip

Year 6

Endangered Animals Project

Endangered Animal Species Trust (EAST)

Developing an awareness of endangered animals nationally and globally with the aim to create student led awareness campaigns for the school and wider community. As of 2017-18 this will coincide with the Year 6 Trip to Cat Tien National Park

Extra – Curricular

Club/Event Name

Organisation Link

Club Description

Web links

Community Computer Club

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation

Students choose, review and play stimulating and challenging computer games with students from our community partner Christina Noble Children's Foundation. Year 4- 6

 

http://www.cncf.org/

Community Arts and Crafts Club  

Christina Noble Children’s Foundation

This club is run with children from CNCF. It’s a chance to get involved with some arts and crafts skills as well as make friends in the community! Year 4-6

http://www.cncf.org/

Community Football Tournament               

BIS Community Partners

Tournament held in December for our Community Partners and students from all three Campuses. Year 5 -7

 

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