In the latest TH Talks at Hòa Lạc Campus on the topic of “Purpose,” 13 speakers from grades 8, 9 and 10 chose several hot topics in education and everyday life to discuss and present their views, including the importance of goals, the purpose of “discovering” yourself and the power of a smile.
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.
In the third and fourth week of November, students in Grades 6 to 9 left the hustle and bustle of the city for idyllic locations in northern Vietnam. Grade 6 students went to Cúc Phương, Grade 7 students to Mai Châu, Grade 8s to La Ferme du Colvert in Hòa Bình, and Grade 9s to Sapa.
Grade 9 students from both the Chùa Bộc and Hoà Lạc campuses took their learning outside the classroom and into the streets of Hanoi. As part of their Vietnamese Culture Day, they learned more about the history and geography of Vietnam’s capital.
We are pleased to share with you this year’s first issue of Spotlight, our network-wide school newsletter, covering some of the highlights of the past few months at both our Chùa Bộc and Hoà Lạc campuses. We hope you enjoy!
At the end of September, TH School founder Madame Thái Hương was undeterred by rainy skies to make an official visit to the first generation of TH School students at the recently opened boarding campus in Hoà Lạc.
Students, staff, teachers and parents from both campuses came together Monday for the 2018 Moon Festival, a community event that kicked off with song and dance performances and an áo dài fashion show by the Kindergarten and Primary School.
As an integral part of the IMYC program, the Entry Point provides students with an engaging and immersive task centered around the unit’s “big idea” and encourages them to form their own interpretation of the big idea.