Moving to Ho Chi Minh City 14 August 2015 At BVIS we believe it is important to support new staff as they prepare to move to a new school and new country. During the months preceding their arrival in Ho Chi Minh City, there is regular communication with new teachers, helping them to learn about BVIS and assisting them in the necessary arrangements that need to be made in order to live and work in Vietnam. This week our new staff have arrived to take up their posts as BVIS teachers. They were greeted at the airport by senior leaders and members of the BVIS admin team before being taken to their accommodation. We hope all our new staff settle in well and enjoy exploring their new home here in Ho Chi Minh City! They will participate in a two day induction programme next week before all staff return to work on Wednesday 19th August for a week of meetings, training and preparation for the new academic year which begins on Wednesday 26th August. More photo on staff induction days: Bestmater Yay! New teachers I miss Ms Keen though Discover more How to Help Your Child Make Friends and Improve Their Social Skills 27 September 2020 As a parent, you can make small but significant contributions to help your child make friends at school and generally improve th ... The benefits of playtime for Early Years children 19 September 2020 Play is powerful and fundamental to children during their early years The Importance of Music in Education 12 September 2020 This article outlines the far-reaching benefits of music that stretch way beyond the subject itself and why music is an indispen ... The Benefits of Coding in School and How to Teach It 08 September 2020 Over the last two decades, coding and programming have emerged as some of the most desirable skills for employers.