Internationalism at AIS

Transitioning to a new school and a new country is an exciting adventure. Immersing your children in an international community is an incredible opportunity for them to view the world through different lenses, appreciate...

Outdoor Learning Rules!

Amanda Saunders, Junior Kindergarten teacher at Canadian International School, explains why exploring nature should be an integral part of a child’s education. No matter the age of your child or the subject they’re exploring, Canadian...

Choosing your pathways

  By Jonathan Cox, Secondary Years Deputy Principal at GEMS World Academy (Singapore) Choosing the right pathway for your son or daughter’s move from High School to University and beyond can be a nerve-racking affair. But...

An Education That Delivers Results

The 2018 graduating cohort at the Australian International School (AIS) has achieved outstanding results across the School’s 3 academic pathways - the New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC), International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP)...

Infant Care at The Early Learning Village – Interview with Sinead Hodgson, Program Coordinator

Staffed by well qualified and experienced carers and educators, Infant Care at the Early Learning Village offers parents a unique program that cares for the needs of and supports the development of their baby. Our...

AIS Hosts Third Annual Women in Leadership Conference

The Australian International School hosted the third annual Women in Educational Leadership Conference with the theme ‘Talk to Action.’ The conference was attended by 80 women from different schools across Singapore, many of whom...

The Value of Loose Parts in Children’s Play

“The beauty of playing and constructing with “loose parts” is in its ability to ignite imagination and creativity in children, whilst offering experiences that hone spatial awareness, tactile sensitivity, social constructs and lay out...

Learning To Spell With AIS

The English language is one of the most widely spoken and written languages in the world, but for young children who are learning to spell it can be challenging to navigate the complex minefield...

2018 Australian of the Year Visits AIS

Renowned physicist and 2018 Australian of the Year, Professor Michelle Simmons visited The Australian International School (AIS)

AIS Student Tops the World in IGCSE Economics

AIS Student Jonathon achieves Top in the World Economics result for IGCSE Economics in Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award