While it’s completely normal to want to hold onto bub a little longer, we all have to accept the fact that our kids are growing up. Yup, our little ones are moving on and up into the world and all we can do is help them adjust to new environments like when they make the switch between academic programmes. It’s all a bit nerve wracking, especially when we know the anxiety the students might face when transitioning from one sub-school to the next. The staff at the Australian International School can relate to this. In fact, they’ve made the transition from Early Years to Elementary and Elementary to Secondary as easy as possible with their unique approach. Check out the video below to learn more about it:
Transitioning between programmes in school can be an exciting time for kids, but also a little stressful. The dedicated staff at the Australian International School explain how their unique programmes help their students as they move on and up… #sponsored #australianinternationalschool
Posted by HoneyKids Asia on Friday, 11 May 2018
A friendly school you can count on
There’s no doubt about it, transitioning into the next sub-school takes a fair bit of adjustment. With AIS’s warm and welcoming community, students feel a sense of belonging and familiarity even as they’re adapting to a new environment. We at HoneyKids HQ have always raved about AIS’s friendly atmosphere that gives kids a sense of belonging and that’s important in this particularly exciting time in their lives. From easing your kids into their new environment and organising meetings with their new teachers before the next school year, AIS will spare no expense when it comes to ensuring that your child is taken care of. Phew!
An outstanding curriculum from start to finish
The learning journey at AIS spans from 18 months to 18 years, and is based on a combination of the Australian and IB (International Baccalaureate) curriculums. Students will transition three times: from Early Years to Elementary School, Elementary to Secondary and Year 12 to University. For each stage, AIS offers a strong transition programme that ensures students are fully ready for the next level. For example, the curriculum for Prep students revolves around encouraging independent thinking and inquiry.
A school where each child is special and important
Are you worried that your child may struggle to meet AIS’s academic standards? You can breathe easy, as AIS prides itself on its non-selective admissions policy. This means that every AIS student will be given the opportunity to thrive, regardless of their academic ability. Other factors, such as sports, the arts and outdoor education are considered to be fundamental aspects of the curriculum as well.
If you’re looking for a school that will support and nurture your child through all the transitional stages in their educational journey, look no further than Australian International School. From preschool to Year 12, you can certainly count on AIS to have your back!
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