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AIS Students Ace Microsoft Minecraft Competition!

WRITTEN BY JUAN O’SHEA, TEACHER, AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE   At the beginning of March this year, the Microsoft Asia Headquarters invited students from the Australian International School to participate in a Minecraft competition to help launch their new workspace in Singapore. We had a very excited group of Year 5 students from our coding […]

Emergency Education

WRITTEN BY ADAM PATTERSON, HEAD OF ELEMENTARY, AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE   Paul Kirschner has likened the global move to remote learning, triggered by COVID-19, to a hospital emergency room. With very short notice, educators have had to ‘triage’ approaches to teaching and learning to ‘save’ our students and, most importantly, their motivation to learn. […]

Phase 2 School Holidays, What’s Next?

WRITTEN BY SUPRIYA KOTWAL, SCHOOL COUNSELLOR, AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE   As Singapore enters Phase Two with Circuit Breaker restrictions being relaxed and more opportunities for to be about and about, many of us  are still reeling from the roller coaster that COVID 19 has been, and continues to be, globally. Now that school holidays are […]

Welcoming Our Youngest Students Back To School

WRITTEN BY LAURA SIO, INFANT CARE COORDINATOR AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE In early June 2020, with the easing of Singapore’s Circuit Breaker measures, AIS Infant Care re-opened our doors to welcome our learning community back to school.  AIS’ Infant Care caters to babies aged two months through to 18 months. We have re-opened under strict […]

Learning Together

WRITTEN BY JAMES PERRY, YEAR 4 TEACHER, AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL SINGAPORE   I’ve learnt a lot since returning to school from post home-based learning (HBL). I’ve learnt from my family, school colleagues and parents; but most importantly I’ve learnt from my students. It’s been truly amazing to see how they’ve adapted to the ‘new normal’ […]