The English program at Alaska International Primary School is designed with a teaching orientation that encourages students to utilize English as a tool to access knowledge in literature, nature, and society. The program is crafted to be scientifically sound, engaging, and highly applicable to real-world contexts. Through this program, students will not only develop language proficiency but also gain access to a broader understanding of various subjects through the medium of English.DETAIL
The Math exercise system at Alaska International Primary School is extremely diverse and designed to stimulate children’s curiosity and creativity. The learning process combines knowledge with visual illustrations, games, movement, group activities, math stories, competitions, and storytelling, aiming to ensure that children always feel happy and excited as they engage with the subject.DETAIL
The program aims to foster meaningful learning experiences, providing conditions for students to develop their understanding, emotions, and explore life. The Vietnamese teaching method emphasizes practical application and real-life experiences, encouraging children to express their thoughts and ideas freely.DETAIL
Fine Arts program at Alaska International Primary School is designed to encourage creativity and imagination by using materials from the students’ surroundings. This approach aims to help develop the students’ observational skills and contribute to the formation of their personalities.DETAIL
ENGLISH SCIENCE AND
In the 2023-2024 school year, Alaska is investing in the expansion of three additional science and STEM laboratories to support the English and Science Curriculum.DETAIL
Once a week, Alaskids engages in music theory, singing, spoken word practice, and music games in the music room. These music lessons provide a valuable opportunity for our students to express their emotions, find joy, and reduce stress. By nurturing an appreciation for music and fostering aesthetic sensibilities, we aim to help our students develop into well-rounded individuals with harmoniously balanced personalities.DETAIL
Recognizing the importance of physical fitness in the holistic development of our students, Alaska International Primary has made significant investments in our sports facilities. This includes the addition of two outdoor basketball courts that meet FIBA standards, an Olympic-standard Taekwondo arena, and two soccer fields. These facilities provide our students with ample opportunities to engage in physical activities that promote health and well-being, encouraging them to study and practice physical fitness as an integral part of their overall development.DETAIL
In Alaska, the library stands as a significant investment project, boasting a stunning and scientifically designed space housing over 10,000 books in Vietnamese. The inclusion of book-related activities and reading projects, along with library lessons in both English and Vietnamese, forms an integral part of Alaska’s official curriculum. This holistic approach not only promotes literacy but also enhances language skills for the students.DETAIL
AND LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM
In addition, Alaska organizes four annual picnics for students to attend and enjoy. These large-scale and attractive events and festivals provide students with the opportunity to express themselves, discover interesting things from the world around them, and enhance their spirit of teamwork. This approach fosters a well-rounded educational experience, allowing students engage with their surroundings and develop important social and collaborative skills. If you need further assistance in organizing or optimizing these events, feel free to seek guidance!DETAIL
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
After the regular sports, fine arts and music classes, Alaska regularly a variety of after clubs to provide students with opportunities to develop their talents and pursue their interests. clubs are led by highly accomplished teachers and include a range of options such as martial arts, basketball, programming, drawing, chess, MC, and dance sport.DETAIL
Enjoy delicious and nutritious meals every day!
Children of primary school age, typically 6 to 10 years old, are known for their high levels of activity. Consequently, they need to consume 3 main meals and 2-3 additional meals throughout the day to maintain sufficient energy levels for growth, learning, and daily activities. Providing regular meals not only supports their current needs but also lays the foundation for the next stage of their physical and intellectual development.