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  • The Leading Bilingual International School in Vietnam

    We are proud to be the only bilingual school in Ho Chi Minh City that is fully accredited by CIS (Council of International Schools).

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  • Confident and Independent Learners 

    Graduating with a global perspective in their learning and a great sense of pride in their heritage, our students are well-equipped to pursue their passions and ambitions wherever they choose to go.

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    The internationally recognised British curriculum coupled with traditional Vietnamese values makes our school unique and a very special learning environment.

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This week in the Primary School – Ms. Rosy Clark 29/01/2016

29 January 2016

Tet at BVIS:

1. Tet Box Appeal

We launched our annual ‘Tet Box Appeal’ on Monday in the Primary School. Every class has Tet boxes and a list of items to donate for the needy children at the Que Huong orphanage.

As we enjoy our Tet holiday time with family and friends with special food and gifts, we would like our children at the British Vietnamese International School to think of others and show how they care through giving to this special ‘Tet Box Appeal’.

BVIS Tet Box Appeal for Que Huong Orphanage

This week in the Primary School – Ms. Rosy Clark 29/01/2016

 2. Tet Celebrations

We look forward to seeing you in school on the following dates to join us in celebrating this most important of times:

  • Sunday morning (31st January) for our annual Tet Festival from 08:30
  • Tuesday 2nd February between 09:00 and 12:30 in the Early Years department (for families of F1 – F3 children)
  • Wednesday 3rd February at 08:30 in the Main Hall for our whole school Tet performance. All Years 5 and 6 children will be performing with some of the Secondary students.

Learning in Lien Ket at BVIS

We know that our parents like to learn more about the curriculum at BVIS, so we are holding a coffee morning for parents of Year 1 – Year 6 children on Thursday 25th February from 08:30 – 09:30 in the Main Hall. The coffee morning will provide you with information about our Lien Ket curriculum and give you the opportunity to gain a practical understanding of the types of learning activities your children experience here at BVIS.

We have carried out a great deal of work this year to review our Lien Ket units of study and to enhance the quality of learning in three key areas: art, history and geography. Our in-house teaching mentors led practical workshops for the other teachers and teaching assistants this week.

At BVIS, it’s not just the children who learn! We operate a continuous professional development programme throughout the academic year for our staff to ensure that the teaching and learning in our Early Years and Primary classrooms is up-to-date and high quality. Our recent CIS (Council of International Schools) accreditation report commended this and stated that:

“The VT (Visiting Team) observed a culture of learning amongst the teachers in the Primary School.”

They also noted how we recognise that our professional development “had contributed to student learning.”