The Kindergarten and Primary "Granny Awards" musical performance marked the end of an exciting school year. Many thanks to the students and teachers for their dedication and for providing a wonderful evening of performing arts!
To support environmental campaigns initiated by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to reduce and eliminate single-use plastics, TH School students made a short film to share how they fold empty milk cartons and prepare them for collection and recycling.
To celebrate Irish culture ahead of St. Patrick's Day, TH School was honored to welcome Sir Alan McGreevey, the Irish Embassy's Second Secretary, with traditional music group UCC TradSoc of University College Cork, who came to our school to perform for our students.
To celebrate International Women's Day, members of the TH School Community Service Club launched a campaign to collect gifts to give to the cleaning and gardening teams to express their gratitude for the contributions made each day to maintain a clean and beautiful campus.
Congratulations to Grade 4 student Kỳ Anh and Grade 1 student Thành Phong for taking home top prizes at the 2018-2019 Hanoi Chess Championship, a two-day competition organized by the Hanoi City People's Committee Department of Culture and Sport.
TH Primary School happily welcomed students and teachers from SD Islam Al Azhar Primary School in Surabaya, Indonesia. During a week of intercultural exchanges, students from SD Islam Al Azhar joined TH School students in their maths, English, history, and coding classes.
On 21 February, TH School students observed International Mother Language Day, a UNESCO initiative to preserve and reinforce native languages and promote the development of diverse languages and cultures.
In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Student Council hosted a joyful Tết Festival for TH School students, teachers and staff. The festival showed off the school’s pride in Vietnamese culture and identity with many features of traditional Tết celebrations.
For Vietnamese students studying at A Level abroad or even native students in the UK to achieve top marks across three A Level subjects can be quite challenging, but 12th grade student Nguyễn Anh Trung has not only achieved As in all three of his courses but much more.
Before the winter break, Santa Claus paid a visit to TH School to get students and staff excited for the holidays. He made some time to read children’s wishlists and give sweets to those who have been nice this year.
Today students were visited by d'Arcy Lunn, a representative of the Jump! Foundation and Teaspoons of Change. He gave presentations to primary and secondary students on the importance of not only acquiring knowledge in school but also learning and living ethical values.
The holiday exhibition “Home Sweet Home” is on show through Friday, 14 December. We welcome you to enjoy the festive ambience of this exhibition and hope it brings you and yours happiness and cheer this season.
The Grade 8 Maths Challenge, held at TH School Chùa Bộc, was organised by teachers of the Hanoi Maths Hub for Grade 8 students from numerous bilingual international schools in Hanoi: Olympia, Nguyễn Siêu, Horizon Academy, the British Vietnamese International School of Hanoi and TH Schools.