The Australian International School Phnom Penh AISPP welcomed over 300 current and prospective parents and students to an Open House event on Sunday 11th February 2018.
Children enjoyed fun activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, football, basketball, and pony rides. Delicious international and local food was served throughout the day as prospective parents and students engaged with AISPP’s internationally qualified Thought Leaders and Head of School. Parents and students were invited to embark on school tours taking in AISPP’s learning spaces, smart cafe, organic garden and world class facilities including the state-of-the-art swimming pool complex and FIBA standard air-conditioned gymnasium where football and basketball activities were taking place.
A presentation from the Founding Head of School, Maxine Driscoll, introduced parents and students to AISPP’s core 21st century learning principles and focus on providing students with an outstanding, well-rounded education that will help them acquire skills, habits and dispositions in order to thrive and be successful in the 21st century. Primary and Early Years Team Leaders, Todd Bazley and Annamaria Kalman discussed the Primary and Early Years curriculum and spoke about the value of an IB and inquiry based education.
AISPP’s aim to be a world class, innovative Early Years to Grade 12, non-denominational, international school was shared with parents and students along with the school’s chief goal of preparing students to become happy, resilient and successful 21st century citizens.
Join us on Saturday 31st March 2018 for a family fair and enjoy over 20 market stalls, a bouncy castle, arts and crafts, and learn more about what makes AISPP a world class 21st century IB school!