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    Top international school choice for ambitious Vietnamese families


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Postcard from Vietnam: Mr Fergus Walker & Ms Louise Ackroyd

13 October 2015

Mr. Fergus Walker

Little introduction about me: My name is Fergus Walker and I’m a Music teacher

My first impression about Vietnam: I love it. I came here with my family and we all enjoy it so far. Really great!

My first impression about BVIS students: They are very friendly and welcoming. They made me so happy to be here!

My journey targets are: to travel to Ha Noi, Ha Long bay, Mui Ne, Hoi An and possibly Phu Quoc as well as Da Lat.

To me, the big differences between Vietnamese and English people? Vietnamese people are more welcoming while English people are more self-absorbed and diverse. We have different people coming from different countries.

I would sum up Vietnam as: Friendly. Warm (the people). Welcoming. Helpful. Diverse.

Mr. Fergus Walker

Ms. Louise Ackroyd

Little introduction about me: My name is Louise Ackroyd and I’m a Maths teacher

Vietnam totally got me by: the loveliness and friendliness of people, with very beautiful smiles as well. I have my Ao dai for the first time, and I totally love it, I love the comfort and graceful movements of the dress, but at the same time, I need to be careful whenever I walk which is also an exciting challenge!

To me, BVIS students are: very talented, energetic and hard-working, they get really excited about maths (which I love) and ask lots of questions, too.

Speaking about my wonderful colleagues: Everyone is really helpful and really friendly. They help me set in really well that I’ve only been here for 6 weeks but it feels like I’ve been here for a long time

The biggest difference between English people and Vietnamese is: English are always in a rush; Vietnamese people take it a bit slower and enjoy things a bit better (apart from the traffic) and Vietnamese people will talk to strangers more than English people will.

My 5 words would be: Happy. Yummy. Hot. Stormy. Amazing.

Ms. Louise Ackroyd