Technology is critical for innovation and the Technology Leadership Team at AIS is keen to explore new ways to engage student interest in this field. Robotics is an area that we are currently looking at as a possible addition to the Computer Science curriculum in the future. [Read More]
The Singapore Women’s Everest Team came to speak to our Year 4 students about their journey to becoming the first team of Singaporean women to reach the world's highest peak.They spoke about the experience of realising a dream and the possibilities created by passion - Our Year 4s truly were inspired by their...
As part of the Mentors and Inventors program, former AIS student Nicola Barr visited us this week to speak to students about her journey towards becoming the first Great Western Sydney 2016 AFL Women’s Draft Player.Referencing her Elementary years at the school, Nicola said that her “time at AIS has pl...
At the Australian International School our athletes are relentless in their pursuit of sporting excellence and they all understand the importance of playing with a higher purpose; to play for the person next to you, to play for all who came before you and those yet to wear the green and gold jersey. It i...
We are excited to share that this week we have received news that two of our current Year 11 students and one of our former students have achieved “Top in the World” Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for the IGCSE examinations that they sat at AIS in November last year; Jo-Lie Ang for Mathematics, C...
Before the start of Term 1, AIS created a partnership with the Australian High Commission, Asian Civilisations Museum and ReDot for a project called ‘Erub Arts’. Erub, also known as Darnley Island, is one of the most remote communities in Australia, located 160km north east of Queensland's Cape Yor...
Award-winning Australian author Alice Pung visited with our Year 11 & 12 English students yesterday to share her story about growing up as an ‘other’ in Australia and the state of multiculturalism in Australia and Singapore. She also spoke about the ripple effects of history on a first-generation immigr...
Inviting industry experts to the School to speak to our students, and organising excursions where they have the opportunity to visit professionals from different industries is a crucial way in which we inspire our student body and bring our teaching to life. [Read More]
The Australian International School (AIS) was honoured today to host Professor Robert F. Engle III, who received the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2003. He visited AIS as part of the School’s extensive Mentors and Inventors program. [Read More]
Have you ever wondered what happens during Staff Professional Development Days? This week, our teachers from all parts of the School continued their professional learning journeys with visits from four world-renowned educational consultants. These programs will directly increase our ability to help all students re...
The Australian International School (AIS) has plenty of reasons to celebrate after receiving its results for the 2016 academic year. AIS students have once again exceeded expectations and achieved an outstanding set of results across the School’s two academic programs – the HSC (New South Wales High School ...
This week AIS was delighted to welcome TV cook and Australian Masterchef contestant Audra Morrice into our Food Technology department to run a cooking masterclass with our students. [Read More]
Throughout the past 18 months the Australian International School has been involved in a reflective process of self-study with a view to achieve accreditation from the Council of International Schools (CIS). CIS is a membership community of 711 schools like ours in 112 countries who are all committed to high-quality in...
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