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Come to the Magical World of Aisppedia School for Wizards Camp

Summer Camp 2019

AISPP students 5-15 years old can spend three unforgettable weeks at the Australian International School Phnom Penh this summer! Each week offers fun indoor and outdoor activities that support the IB Learner Profiles.

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MYP School Trip to the Green School Bali

AISPP has embarked upon a commitment to Sustainability with a specific focus upon the UN Sustainability Development Goals 2030.


 
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AISPP receives IB PYP Authorisation

We are delighted to announce that the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB) has officially recognised AISPP as an IB World School for the Primary Years Programme (PYP).

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ANZAC Day Commemorative Morning Service

We have commemorated ANZAC Day for the first time at AISPP. 


 
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MYP students international school trip

A number of AISPP MYP students will participate in sustainability workshop at the Green School Bali.

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Open Days

Families with children ages 2-16 years old are cordially invited to attend AISPP’s April Open Days. Our Early Learning Programme (2-4 years old), Primary Years Programme (Foundation - Year 5), and Middle Years Programme (Year 6-10) will be showcased.

 

 


 
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Earth Day celebrations

AISPP students, parents and staff have just celebrated Earth Day by raising awareness about the importance of keeping the environment clean. 

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The Australian National Curriculum – a simple overview for parents

We are the only international school in Phnom Penh that provides a learning framework based on the Australian National Curriculum intertwined with the International Baccalaureate (IB). So why is this such a popular combination, and what is it about the Australian National Curriculum that attracts parents?


 
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The International Baccalaureate Framework Performance

More and more schools including AISPP, are now offering the IB in tandem with other curricula given it’s a wide-ranging appeal to universities and future employers, due to the rigorous, real-life learning experiences it offers and big global appeal.

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The importance of teaching ‘IB Learner’ Profile traits in a child’s education

Students that graduate from International Baccalaureate programmes aspire to be: inquirers, knowledgeable, big thinkers, great communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective. But why are these traits so important in the modern world, and why should schools be introducing them early on in the education process?