British International School (BISC) Early Years and Infant Campus in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam applies play-based approach. The school provides opportunities where students aged 2 to 4 years can explore while learning from their environment, from other children and their teachers. Readiness of each students is being considered in developing the learning materials. The school adheres to Einstein concept of learning -- creating the best condition for great learning. This can be proven with the school's green environment. Outdoor areas are landscaped with grass, there are sensory walkways; sand, water, climbing and crawling area; roof learning garden; and classrooms with big windowss. The outdoor set up of BISC provides excellent student experience through outdoor classrooms.
This kind of environment gives sensory and intellectual nourishment for every child targeting three prime areas: communication and language, physical development, and their personal, social, and emotional development. Their skills development in literacy, mathematics, understanding the world, and expressive art and design is achieved. The BISC is the first school in Vietnam to be recognised as green LOTUS international school, as well as contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Goals. The central atrium of BISC is another example of their excellent facilities wherein it promotes air circulation and ventilation with canals and greenary landscaped in different areas of the school offers relaxing and healthy learning environment.