Parent Teacher Conferences and Interim Reports

As part of our School Development Plan and the journey of development, it was decided to review the current assessment guidelines and reporting formats in order to provide more meaningful information to families. This will bring the reporting process in line with current teaching methods, recommendations and accreditation requirements.

Conferences for parents will be held after the October break on:

  • 17 October
  • 18 October
  • 19 October

All parents are expected to attend the 15-minute parent teacher conferences on ONE of these days to speak with your child’s teacher. You will receive an interim report also to ensure you receive regular feedback regarding your child’s progress at AISPP.

The main purpose of interim reporting is to provide parents with relevant information on their child’s progress so far this academic year towards the expected levels of achievement. Effort and attitude are also very important, as is your child’s socialisation. Attendance and punctuality to class will also be discussed. In your parent teacher discussions, academic staff will include suggestions for improvement in the specific subject areas as required and will explain homework expectations.

We hope that these parent teacher conferences and interim reports provide an easy-to-read academic profile for your child.

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A new term and a new logo for AISPP

Your brand says a lot about you. In an education context, it defines your learning ethos, approach and your wider offering. That’s why AISPP has gone to great lengths to create a new logo that embodies all that it strives to achieve and be, and excellence, growth and development are at the heart of it!

Helping students to grow into something…

It’s hugely important to convey to parents all that your brand proposition stands for. Without that, they cannot fully grasp how you can help to develop and nurture their child’s education. A thoughtfully designed logo is a good starting point for introducing your learning ethos.

With the new term now in full swing, AISPP is pleased to showcase its new logo to the world at large.

The lotus flower is a very beautiful thing!

The beautiful blooming lotus flower adopted by AISPP represents growth, development and opportunity – for all children.

“The lotus flower was the perfect icon for our new brand. It stands for so many different and important things that we respect”

In itself a thing of great beauty and symbolism, each of the delicate blue petals in the logo represents the 10 IB (International Baccalaureate) learner profile traits or aspects.

The 3 gold petals at the top symbolise a philosophy of excellence and the Australian Curriculum with an international context, providing:

  • 21st Century learning opportunities
  • IB education framework (International Baccalaureate)
  • Independent education

The petals are also symbolic of Angkor Wat, at the heart of Cambodia’s heritage and culture.

The true inspiration

But it’s the idea of the flower blossoming and growing into different and wonderful things that was the real inspiration behind the AISPP logo.

“We want to challenge our children to develop and grow into something really special. The idea of growing into something… inspired, beautiful, unique, talented… is what our logo truly symbolises and what we set out to achieve when we started to design it,” said Paul Grisewood, Head of School. “We’re really proud of it.”

AISPP, an Australian Co-ed IB International K-12 school (Phnom Penh), is fast becoming one of the Kingdom of Cambodia’s leading education providers. Providing a modern Australian private and independent education, its 21st Century philosophy, state-of-the-art facilities and world-class teaching standards, make it ideally placed to prepare children for the global challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of them.

Talk to us on t: +855 92 111 136 or email: info@aispp.edu.kh

AISPP’s ambitious plans for the year ahead

With the new academic year now underway, there are great opportunities for AISPP to further establish itself as the preferred school across the Kingdom of Cambodia. So as students old and new commence their studies, AISPP is already hard at work planning and implementing the next phase of their future development.

21st Century learning experiences for all students, across the age ranges

Whilst the new term has only just begun, AISPP’s staff and students are already hard at work. With admissions and enrolments up since the launch of the Middle Years Programme (MYP), across Years 6, 7, 8 and 9, the future is looking bright.

A new brand proposition

So what of the future? Paul Grisewood, Head of School, confirms that this academic year sees the launch of a new, exciting brand that embodies the heart of AISPP’s learning philosophy, standing for excellence, growth and development.

The new logo, featuring the lotus flower, represents the IB learning profile, the excellent education opportunities on offer at AISPP and a school-wide 21st Century learning ethos.

AISPP aspires to be an IB World School

“We have a clear ambition to be members of EARCOS in the immediate future,” (East Asia Regional Council of Schools) said Paul. “We are also seeking authorisation by the IB International Baccalaureate across the age ranges, and to be accredited and recognised by CIS (Council of International Schools).”

“All of these worthwhile awards will continue to help us to provide our children with a truly global education, endorsed by a recognised and independent body.”

Smart, new uniform

Our new branding and learning philosophy will also be reflected in our ‘soon to be available’ school uniform. This will follow a design and theme that is similar to other Australian schools across the globe.

So as our new members of staff settle in, our Middle School students find their way around campus and we begin to establish our brand and build our reputation across the Cambodia region, we hope that parents will continue to support and encourage our ambitions for being ‘up there’ with the very best international schools.

AISPP, an Australian Co-ed IB International K-12 school (Phnom Penh), is fast becoming one of the Kingdom of Cambodia’s leading education providers. Providing a modern Australian private and independent education, its 21st Century philosophy, state-of-the-art facilities and world-class teaching standards, make it ideally placed to prepare children for the global challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of them.

Talk to us on t: +855 92 111 136 or email: info@aispp.edu.kh