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 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...

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...

A Quality Primary Education That Won’t Break The Bank

Singapore is a wonderful place to live and you can often find yourself staying for much longer than you originally anticipated. With rising outgoings, families often find themselves in the position where they...

AIS – 20 Years of Success

In 2013 the Australian International School celebrated 20 years of educating international students in Singapore. From humble beginnings in 1993, with a cohort of 32 students and 7 teachers, to the current purpose-built campus...

2018 Australian of the Year Visits AIS

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

Jayne Nadarajoo: Creating Unique Learning Environments for Children

Jayne Nadarajoo is the Founding Director of White Lodge Education Group Services which has eight Kindergartens in Singapore, Melbourne Specialist International School, ASPIRE vocational centre for special needs education and The Pantry at Loewen...

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

Ghost Nets of the Ocean

The beginning of June saw the launch of the Ghost Nets of the Ocean, Au Karem ira Lamur Lu Exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore which will be exhibited at the Museum...

Q&A with Neil Smith, Head of Elementary, Australian International School

    What makes AIS unique from other schools? Where do I begin? AIS is unlike any other international school I have worked in or visited. First and foremost the School has embraced the new Australian...