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EMERGENCY NOTICE
  • A Unique Approach

    We offer the best of British and Vietnamese education.

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  • Developing future leaders today

    Our students are confident, creative and compassionate, and ready to be the leaders of the future.

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  • Inspiring Your Child

    Our staff are dedicated to knowing every child well and adapting the teaching approach to ensure all can be successful.

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  • Setting hearts alight for learning

    Our curriculum is designed to give children the tools to learn and ability to succeed in Vietnam and Overseas.

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  • Start your journey with us

    Essential information so that you are never out of touch.

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  • Every Day is Precious

    Every day there's something new and exciting instore.

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  • Get in touch

    We are looking forward to answering your questions.

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Student Health & Wellbeing

To create the best learning environment, we believe it is vital that your child is healthy, happy and safe. Students will receive the care and attention befitting of one of the best international schools in Hanoi. Our Nurses and our team of teachers, tutors, caterers, counsellors, administrative staff and management are all dedicated to providing the right support at the right time. 

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Air quality  

At BVIS Hanoi, we want to make every effort to ensure we provide a safe environment for our children to learn in and therefore have the following systems and procedures in place. 

Safeguarding and Child protection 

At BVIS Hanoi, we believe that ‘a child’s welfare is paramount and each student has the right to be protected from harm and exploitation and to have their welfare safeguarded irrespective of race, religion, ability, gender or culture.’ 

We recognise that schools are particularly important in protecting students as they are in the best position to identify concerns early and provide or identify help for students as well as helping to prevent concerns from escalating.