AIS Secondary Students took part in the first ever TEDxYouth event at AIS. For those not familiar with the TED: TED is a media organisation founded in 1984 which posts talks online for free distribution, to promote the idea of spreading of ideas through succinct yet powerful talk presentations [Read More]
Kapil Bhuta is a Year 11 Music student at the Australian International School. He plays the drums, guitar and bass. But for Kapil, music is about so much more than playing his favorite instruments; it's about passion, creativity and most importantly, confidence. Kapil tells us in his own words how AIS supports him ...
Have you checked out the AIS Deepavali elephant at Clive Street Park? Our Aboriginal inspired elephant sits amongst many other beautifully decorated elephants at the park - it's just been varnished and is looking awesome! If you visit don't forget to take a selfie and tag us on our Facebook and Instagram @ais.s...
As part of The Australian International School’s Mentors and Inventors program, Isaiah Firebrace visited AIS this week to speak to students about his journey towards becoming Eurovision Song Contest contestant and Australian X Factor 2016 winner. [Read More]
We are delighted to welcome Dr Eddie Groughan to our School who will be taking on the role of Principal as of this month. Eddie takes over from Andre Casson, who will be moving into the role of Head of School following Simon Leslie’s departure at the end of this academic year. [Read More]
Learning to read is a complex process that begins at birth when parents first begin talking to their baby. At the Australian International School our expert teachers nurture these early reading skills and develop them throughout the Elementary years. Kerryl Howarth, Deputy Head of Elementary, explains how parents can p...
The AIS Teaching and Learning Explored Series of Parent Workshops is an initiative that was introduced in 2015 with the aim of giving our parents a deeper understanding into the teaching and learning philosophies of the school. They are designed to explain why certain concepts and subjects are taught in a particular wa...
Early last year, the Australian International School announced its plans to build a new campus for young learners aged 18 months to 6 years old, right next door to the existing school in Lorong Chuan. After months of construction, the brand new Early Learning Village finally opened its doors for the first time on Monda...
Playing sport at school encompasses more than just the benefit of physical activity. Children who take part in school sports and games are likely to have higher self-esteem, improved mental alertness and self-discipline and a greater sense of teamwork. The Australian International School offers opportunities for every ...
International Cultural Experience (ICE) Day at AIS took place last week in a flurry of colour, eclectic performances, international cuisine, inspiring workshops and a feeling of community, all demonstrating the wonderful diversity that makes AIS so special. [Read More]
As much of our community is already aware, earlier this year, AIS formed a partnership with the Australian High Commission, Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM), ReDot and a group of ‘Erub Artists’ for a project called ‘Ghost Nets of the Ocean’. Erub, also known as Darnley Island, is one of the most...
We are incredibly excited to announce that AIS has been accepted in the South East Asia Student Activities Committee (SEASAC). [Read More]
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