In today’s society full of challenges and changes, it is necessary to know survival skills as the more practice a person has, the better they can adapt. As adults, we always try to protect children by all means; however, the best way for them to overcome difficulties and danger in life is to equip them with “survival” skills. With this in mind, on November 16th, Japanese International School (JIS) organized a field trip to Ban Rom ecotourism area in Soc Son District. The theme of the field trip was “Survival skills in deep forest”.
The JIS Halloween celebration held on October 31st every year is one of the longest and most fun festivals during the year in Western countries. Engaging young people with extremely mysterious games and frightening costumes, this festival has become a cultural event that people all over the world look forward to. Hundreds of students from Japanese International School (JIS) were eager to take part in this fascinating festival many days ago. Our teachers designed a fun-filled programme that appealed greatly to students, they were able to play and learn at the same time.
On October 26th, at Ha Dong Indoors Sports Stadium (Hanoi), Japanese International School (JIS) organised its 2018 Sports Day for Primary and Secondary students. Over 20 events organized in a unique and way attracted hundreds of students to do their best and experience unforgettable moments.
On the morning of October 12th, Year 6 students of the Cambridge International Programme, Japanese International School (JIS) had a study session at the aquarium Vinpearlland – a famous place in Hanoi with many aquatic species. Students expressed their interest in observing and learning about a world of creatures that they saw for the first […]
That is most parents’ opinion when they came to the English presentation on Chocolate as part of Year 4 students’ Global Perspectives topic in the morning of November the 2nd.
Tears fell on the faces of Japan International School's (JIS) soccer players during their first friendly match after losing 4-0 to the Vietnam Australia International School (VAS). Sadness and tears are understandable because this concerns their pride and their sincere love for football, but what ismore important is what they learned from this match.
Vào chuồng lợn vuốt ve đàn lợn con, ra vườn cây quan sát, tìm kiếm côn trùng, chim chóc...Đó là buổi học thực tế môn Khoa học của học sinh lớp 6 Hệ CIP, Trường Quốc tế Nhật Bản tại nông trại của nhà trường.
On Sept. 05th, Japanese International School (JIS) solemnly held its School Opening Ceremony of the new school year 2018 - 2019 for students at three levels: kindergarten, elementary and secondary school.
“Being bright and brilliant is good, but it is more important to have a good personality!”, that is the message anyone who comes to JIS will be able to see and they can understand better through witnessing lessons and activities of students in the school.
Learning should go alongside practicing, teacher is the leader, guiding students to new knowledge… those are the highlights in Mr. Carl Halford’s teaching method in Cambridge International Programme (CIP) at JIS, and they help to engage his students in every lesson.
“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan Welcome to the Japanese International School, Ha Dong Cambridge Curriculum section. I have spent over thirty years in international education in many countries and cultures and it is a long time since I was last in Hanoi, but I am very pleased indeed […]
The traditional school was developed in the late 19th Century. The concept of factories inspired schools and standardisation – one –size-fits –all, fixed daily school schedules and harsh bells signalling breaks and fixed lessons. Many schools globally look and operate as they did 20, 50 or even 100 years ago – even though most of the […]