British International School (BIS) Primary Level in Ho Chi Minh City Junior Campus offers all-around development of students. At an early age from 5 to 10 years, students were given a deeper range of skills and experiences. After graduating from here, students move on to the British International School, Ho Chi Minh City Secondary Campus.
The school focuses and gives strong emphasis on academic progress, and development of the whole child. They consider different aspects of child development from technical skills, communication skills, and physical and social skills.
The school houses outstanding and competent teachers with British Curriculum experience. They help prepares students for admittance on secondary schools and universities.
Following the National Curriculum in England and enhanced with International Primary Curriculum (IPC), the BISC Ho Chi Minh City Junior Campus Primary School keeps to its goal of providing students an international dimension. Part of the school curriculum engages in the following core subjects: English, Mathematics and Coordinated Science (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics).
It also includes History, Geography, Design, Technology and Art. Learning different languages like French, Mandarin and Spanish is an essential part of student learning in BIS HCMC Primary School. Students who are from 51 countries also study Vietnamese culture, which is part of the school curriculum.
At an early age, students are taught the importance of Information and Communications Technology. The BIS CMC Primary also enhances student talents through Music, Dance, and Gymnastics. Delivering the best conditions for learning, providing academic excellence and inculcating the right conduct and attitude is BIS HCMC Primary Level’s core goals.
The school aims to develop students into mature and responsible citizens. The schools offer inspirational learning where they provide tools to excel academically, socially and personally.
In line with this, Primary Level curriculum has incorporated Personal, Social, and Health Education (PSHE). This can be experienced thru diverse extra-curricular activities. These exciting and fun clubs extend existing learning opportunities for students beyond the classroom, including in the areas of Art, Language, Sports, and Technology. The Vietnamese language is a compulsory extra-curricular.