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15 May 2020

Managing Screen Time During COVID-19

Published by Cassandra Goh
In these unusual times we are all spending more time on our devices: to access learning, to do our jobs or to connect with family and friends. For better or worse, this is our new normal. It remains important, however, that we manage our screen time, starting with the most important question: for what purpose are we ac...

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13 May 2020

Parent Perspectives on COVID-19

Published by Cassandra Goh
During this time, parents and caregivers must juggle both the needs of their children’s home schooling and their jobs. It is no easy task for parents who are working from home to also ensure their children follow their learning schedule during school hours as well as to find ways to keep them occupied until bedti...

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24 May 2019

​How to increase confidence in your bilingual children

Published by Jessica Anne Tay
​Seeing your child struggle with their self-esteem is hard and you will undoubtedly be keen to find ways of increasing their confidence. There may be many reasons for this lack of confidence, but if you are concerned that it may be because they are a bilingual child, there are some steps you can take to enable them t...

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24 May 2019

​Tips to help your child communicate better

Published by Jessica Anne Tay
​Finding ways to help your child communicate better will make parenting easier and allow you to negotiate any tricky times your child faces. As a parent, you want to be able to talk calmly with them about any issues and for them to be able to communicate concerns they have. Even when life is running smoothly, effecti...

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25 January 2019

How to teach children responsible tech use

Published by Jessica Anne Tay
Technology has the potential to change a person’s life for the better. But as with everything that’s great in life, moderation and balance are crucial for getting the most from it. Connected devices are a part of everyday life so your child will want to use them from an early age. Research shows that young ...

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Australian International School, Singapore

The Australian International School is the only southern-hemisphere school in Singapore that offers an Australian curriculum-based global education for students from the age of 2 months to 18 years.

This truly international education begins with the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) from Preschool to Year 5, Australian Curriculum for Years 6 to 8, Cambridge IGCSE in Years 9 and 10, and the Higher School Certificate (HSC) or International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB DP) for Years 11 and 12.

Australian International School has a vision to be known internationally as an institution which represents educational excellence in all aspects of its operation. Our school philosophy commits us fully to the notion of a holistic, rounded education, which cherishes the arts and sports as well as academics as essential dimensions of each student’s education. We are equally committed to teaching our students to have a moral commitment to making our world a better place as reflective, caring, knowledgeable and principled people. At AIS, each child is special, each is important.

Where to find us

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1 Lorong Chuan Singapore 556 818
Tel: +65 6653 2958 (admissions)
Tel: +65 6664 8127 (general enquiries)