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Article 29: Your right to become the best that you can be

If you happened to be visiting our Early Years and Infant Campus on the 18th October you may have stumbled across some funny looking faces:

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So what were our Year 1 and 2 primary children up to?

F3 Teacher, Ms Fiona had just returned from her Juilliard dance training at our sister school in Hanoi and decided to put her training to the test. She showed the children a clip from the Rugby World Cup where the New Zealand team showcased their Haka dance.

Each House (Saigon, Dalat, Hue and Hanoi) chose a move that they wanted. Each dance move was collated into our very own BIS Haka!

This led on to a talk about how all children have the right to do their best and be the best that they can be.

To be a top rugby player you need to not only show perseverance but you need to be given the opportunity to play.

Unfortunately, we live in a world where not all children are given the opportunity to be the best that they can be. Some children don't even have access to clean water.

The 2019 NAE Photography Competition 2019 is based around "The UN Rights of the Child" - advocating and spreading awareness of children's rights around the globe.

We're looking forward to seeing the photographs that Year 1 and 2 have taken over the holidays and the winners will be announced next week.

To learn more about the UN Rights of the Child please click here:

UN Rights of a Child

Sarah Curran, Assistant Head Teacher 

BIS HCMC Geography Photography Competition 2019

Geography Photography Competition 2019-20

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