Celebrating of Learning AIS Early Learning Village
September 20, 2023

Celebration of Learning: An Odyssey of 100 Languages at AIS Early Learning Village

The Australian International School’s Early Learning Village recently played host to a remarkable event that left attendees in awe. Titled “Celebration of Learning: An Odyssey of 100 Languages,” it was a true spectacle that showcased not only diversity and education but also the incredible ways in which children can express themselves and learn.

A Tapestry of Voices: The Magical Celebration

On Tuesday, 19th September, the Australian International School community witnessed an awe-inspiring spectacle that can only be described as magical —The Celebration of Learning: An Odyssey of 100 Languages. The event was not just a celebration of diversity and education, but also a showcase of the limitless ways children can express themselves and learn.



Open to Parents: A Heartwarming Experience

One of the most heartwarming aspects of the event was seeing parents and their children completely immersed in the activities on offer. Whether it was a toddler excitedly smearing colours on canvas, a child meticulously combining liquids, or parents engaged in a workshop tailored to incorporate science and math, the joy was palpable. The unique partnership of parents and children learning side by side reinforced the community spirit and emphasized that the thirst for knowledge knows no age.



Celebrating 100 Languages: A Revolution in Education

The concept of 100 languages celebrates the diverse ways in which children can express themselves—be it through art, music, movement, or spoken and written word. Another reason why the event felt revolutionary was its seamless integration of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) principles. Young engineers built miniature structures; future artists sketched their dreams; and budding musicians composed melodies. The Celebration of Learning demonstrated that education does not have to be compartmentalised into rigid categories but can be a harmonious blend of all disciplines, enriching children’s perspectives and widening their horizons.



Building the AIS Community: A Profound Impact

Perhaps the most beautiful outcome of yesterday’s Celebration of Learning was the community it fostered. Children, parents, and educators came together, not just as spectators but as co-learners and co-creators. In a world where learning is often confined to textbooks and classrooms, this event reminded us of the profound impact that interactive, hands-on experiences can have on shaping young minds.

About AIS Early Learning Village

The Australian International School’s Early Learning Village is a nurturing and innovative educational environment that sets the stage for a child’s lifelong love of learning. It provides a holistic approach to education, emphasizing not only academic excellence but also creativity, diversity, and community involvement. The Celebration of Learning: An Odyssey of 100 Languages is just one example of how AIS Early Learning Village creates an enriching educational experience for children and their families.

The Early Learning Village was designed by Bogle Architects and is the world’s largest preschool at 50,000 square meters, focusing on Early Years Education. It accommodates Infant Care, Early Years, and Prep students, offering modern amenities like outdoor play decks, a 20-meter pool, gymnastics areas, a library, and more. Classrooms are organised into pods with controlled access, each featuring a teaching kitchen, mini-library, and open spaces. Reggio Emilia-inspired classrooms have outdoor playgrounds, promoting self-directed learning. Multi-functional rooms, a library, STEAM facilities, a gym, and covered play areas enhance the learning experience. Safety is ensured with medical support, and a modern kitchen provides nutritious meals for young learners.

If you would like to know more about AIS and its educational programs, please do not hesitate to contact us here. We are committed to shaping young minds and fostering a community of learners.