6th Dec 2018
Why do children need to play sports in school?
Obesity is on the rise in school-age children given changing behaviours and lifestyle choices, so regular exercise is very important. But playing sport isn’t just about maintaining a healthy weight it can also have a significant impact on a child’s motivation to learn, and their overall achievement.
27th Nov 2018
Reflection on the bake sale
As one of the MYP Service as Action teams (MYP SA Team), our goal is to be a positive influence on our community and change our society for the better. In term 2, we have been working on preparing a bake sale to raise money which will be spent on stationery supplies to be donated to a school called “Village 15”.
27th Nov 2018
How to promote creativity in the modern classroom
Creativity is hugely important in the modern classroom. Why? Because a creative classroom helps students to be better thinkers and learners – and that’s what the 21st Century demands!
22nd Nov 2018
How do you develop a cultural awareness amongst students?
The world is changing and the planet on which we live now seems a much smaller place than it was a Decade ago. With greater work mobility and more migration, families are prepared to travel to make the most of a more favourable climate, working conditions and education opportunities if it means they will be happier, healthier and financially better off.
19th Nov 2018
Global politics, worldwide environmental issues and dramatic population movements across continents have become part of our everyday lives. If we want our children to grow up to be innovators and leaders in positive global change, then an international mindset is a must.
19th Nov 2018
The association of independent school's new south wales
The association serves and represents, leading private schools in Australia. AISPP is proud to an Australian school overseas receiving support and advice as we move towards excellence. We join 7 global members from schools in Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
12th Nov 2018
Why schools need to encourage innovative thinking
In today’s global work climate, education has a huge part to play in helping to prepare young people for the challenges ahead in life and work, and that involves encouraging them to approach tasks with an innovative mindset.
4th Nov 2018
Women's International Group
AISPP is a proud supporter of the Women’s International Group in Phnom Penh and the annual Christmas Fair. Our middle year's students undertook action and service to support the charity and we promoted our school to the international and local community. Congratulations to all involved a great day.
25th Oct 2018
Meet the Staff at AISPP
An international school is defined by the quality of its teaching. Without teaching excellence throughout the Curriculum, a deep-rooted commitment to learning and the enthusiasm to deliver inspirational lessons and knowledge, students cannot grow into the best version of themselves.
23rd Oct 2018
A General Overview of that AISPP Australian National Curriculum
Top of the preferred education pathways currently available, the Australian National Curriculum has much to offer today’s international student community. With a truly global focus, many parents are opting to send their children to leading international schools providing this as their core Curriculum.