News from the IGS

Grade 3 Reading in Class

Posted on26 Feb 2024
The Grade 3 children really enjoyed listening to Yusuke read The Enormous Crocodile written by Roald Dahl. Reading is one of the best ways to learn new vocabulary and to be able to speak and write English with confidence. Whether you’re reading a classic novel or fairy tales before bed, reading aloud to children can significantly benefit your child’s...
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Happy New Year – We welcome the Dragon!

Posted on07 Feb 2024
May this year be filled with energy, strength, and positive changes for you. May your dreams come true, and may every challenge on your path turn to your advantage. May health, happiness, and prosperity accompany you.  Chúc mừng năm mới!

Half-Term Tet Celebration

Posted on07 Feb 2024
To celebrate the last day of the first term, IGS shone with vibrant decorations under the blue sky. The Tet celebration took place on February 7, 2024, bringing together students from different classes in the forum, with the highlight undoubtedly being the students’ contributions, from a play performed by Class 2, to traditional songs leading up to the lion...
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Dragon Art

Posted on07 Feb 2024
The art department has been going wild with dragon themed art over the past few weeks. We would like to share a few of the highlights here with you. All of the students have been hard at work; from attempting to build the world’s longest dragon with paper links, making flying dragon animations, designing their dream dragons, building sculptures...
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Dragon Dance at U6

Posted on07 Feb 2024
For days, the children in the U6 area have eagerly stood by the windows, watching the older school children rehearse the dragon dance. Quickly, the thought occurred to us: we can do that too! So, the newcomers to school watched closely and, in preschool, explored what makes a good dragon dance and everything that goes into it. Having fun...
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