New Infant Care Program launched at the Early Learning Village

2018 sees the launch of the Infant Care Program at the Early Learning Village; a brand new program designed especially for young babies from 2 months to 18 months old. With innovative learning spaces...

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...

Learning through Play – What does that look like?

The Link between Play and Classroom Learning There is a lot of conversation about the importance of play for young learners and whether we are giving our children enough time to play. The questions...

Choosing the right bilingual programme for your child

Chinese-English bilingual programmes offer children many benefits, yet deciding which one is best for your child can be challenging. Huali Xiong, Head of Chinese at Canadian International School (CIS) and author of the best...

New Principal at AIS

Dr Eddie Groughan has taken on the role of Principal at the Australian International School(AIS). Eddie takes over from Andre Casson, who will be moving into the role of Head of School following Simon...

2018 Australian of the Year Visits AIS

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

Deciphering Reggio Emilia

There are more options to a child’s education than ever before – especially in early childhood. Increasingly educational philosophies tend towards a holistic approach which gives equal weight to artistic, physical and emotional endeavours...

Q&A with Dr Dale Anderson, Deputy Vice Chancellor, James Cook University Singapore

   JCU Singapore programs follow the same curriculum as the Australian versions but are contextualised to the Asian environment. What are the benefits of studying at the Singapore campus? The Singapore Campus is a relaxed and...

Why Action and Community Service matter?

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Albert Einstein The mission of the International Baccalaureate is to develop active, internationally minded, inquiring and compassionate young people who want to make a difference...

The Art of Rangoli

Rangoli is a type of art originating from Nepal, India and Bangladesh. Rangoli is created using coloured sand, rice, flour and even flower petals to make beautiful patterns on flooring typically around the time...