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Four more universities in Việt Nam have been recognised with a Cambridge International A Level qualification. The co-operation memorandum signing between the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and Cambridge University Press. Four more universities in Việt Nam have been granted Cambridge International’s Level A qualification. – VNS Photo The signing ceremony between the four […]
December 12th, students at grade 7 – JIP programme, Japanese International School took part in Japanese eating etiquette session at Tokyo Deli restaurant. Students are taught basic Japanese eating etiquettes such as how to use napkins, chopsticks, how to pick up foods, how to swallow, and how to enjoy some typical Japanese cuisine with guidance from Ryo Ozawa, a Japanese teacher.
In the morning of November 28th, Japanese International School (JIS) organized a fire prevention and fighting practice for the whole school. This is an important and necessary activity, which helps to raise people’s awareness and to know the evacuation skills in case of a real fire.
Using trash to make the traditional Kendama toy which is highly popular in Japan, teachers of the 3-year-old Kindergarten class – Hana – in Japanese International School (JIS) created a fun lesson for their students. For some parents who came to observe, even they were so attracted to the game that they lost all track of time.
On the afternoon of Nov. 22nd, Japanese International School (JIS) held a signing ceremony with Meikei High School (Tokyo, Japan). This is the result of a long process of discussing, exchanging and trying to connect, with a view to creating opportunities for students of the two schools to exchange on their academic journey.
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 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 […]
Colourful heart-shaped cards are the gift that children of 2-year-old class in Japanese International School (JIS) made for their mothers on the occasion of Vietnamese Women’s Day, October the 20th.
In the morning of Sept. 27th, kindergarten teachers at Japanese International School (JIS) organized a birthday party for children born in September. Although there were no sweets or fruits, the teachers still turned it into a warm, meaningful and fun celebration with the participation of kindergarten students. The birthday celebration in many other kindergarten schools […]
teachers of Japanese International School (JIS) organized the Mid-Autumn Festival for all students in the school. Besides exciting performances, the activity of making mooncake organized by teachers in the school has engaged students because they not only make beautiful cakes themselves, but also understand better the traditions of Vietnam.