Being offered as a part of our stimulating Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs), the Robotics Programme provides our students an amazing learning experience.
In Art this week, Year 1 provocation was “start with a dot” inspired by the book, “The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds”. Students explored by using a variety of painting techniques and color mixing from their creativity and innovations.
Our Foundation students had a wonderful Relay Race during their Numeracy class. This activity allowed them to practice their countdown skills fluently and accurately.
An interesting activity to go! Year 1 students enjoyed with their outdoor activity during their Numeracy class.
Our MYP Coordinator, Dr. Aggie Huang hosted a group of parents to provide them with information, knowledge, suggestions, and methods to best educate their children as parents of MYP children.
AISPP proudly celebrated the UN Literacy Day to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies by supporting the Read for Good organized by World Vision.