President of the Australian Senate, the Honourable Senator Stephen Parry, and his wife Allison visited the Australian International School on Sunday to learn more about AIS’s prestigious partnership with Geelong Grammar School.
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Sassy Mama recently published an article featuring advice from Mr. Theo Mandziy, our Elementary Art Coordinator. In the article, Theo gives useful tips and tricks to help parents make art a part of their children’s daily lives.Read the whole article >
HoneyKids Asia recently published an interview with Ms. Faith Leng, our Mandarin teacher at the Early Years Centre. In the interview, Faith gives useful tips to help budding bilingualists learn Mandarin outside of school.Read the whole article >
Dr Mohamed ElBaradei, Nobel Laureate for Peace, leads dialogue at the Australian International School
2005 Nobel Laureate for Peace Dr Mohamed ElBaradei visited AIS as part of an international speaker series and lead a dialogue with students from AIS and four local schools. He is recognized for his efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes. AIS Year 12 student Sarah Westvik said “Dr ElBaradei not only provided a different lens with which to view current world issues but imbued me with a sense of an obligation and a desire to make a difference in this world.”Read the whole article >
2011 Nobel Laureate for Medicine, Professor Bruce A. Beutler visits the Australian International School
2011 Nobel Laureate for Medicine Professor Bruce A. Beutler visited us at the Australian International School (AIS) yesterday to participate in a dialogue and a roundtable discussion with the school’s Secondary students.
The second of three international speaker sessions, Professor Beutler discussed his passion for immunology research and shared his personal journey to success.Read the whole article >
Dannielle Miller, CEO of Enlighten Education, joined us at AIS last week to lead an empowerment seminar for Secondary School girls.
The discussion session, dubbed “The Butterfly Effect”, explored issues pertinent to teenage girls today, such as self-esteem, consumerism, body image and the importance of finding positive role models. The workshop was designed to support our students in overcoming these challenges to grow into healthy, mature, independent and confident individuals.Read the whole article >