BIS is a Nord Anglia Education school. NAE is a world leading premium schools organisation located across China, Europe, the Middle East, North America and Southeast Asia. The school is fully accredited by the prestigious Council of International Schools (CIS) and is a registered centre
for the UK examination boards Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). It is also designated as an IB World School and is registered with the UK Government DfE as an overseas school. It is also a full member of the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA).
The British International School, Vietnam offers a British style education to the international community of Ho Chi Minh City. A British education and qualifications are recognized, valued and respected around the world and is a thorough preparation for students to progress to colleges and universities of their choice in any country.
The three campuses are first class facilities resourced to the highest level and staffed with dedicated, skilled and committed teachers, ensuring the education on offer is amongst the very best available anywhere in the world. Our teaching teams are strong and innovative, constantly re-visiting ways of bringing the curriculum to life. Often this is done using the most modern technology. Our classrooms remain ordered and disciplined and we place great value on trusting relationships between students and their teachers.
Underpinning all that we do as a school is the belief that all children can be successful at school and they should be encouraged to make the most of their talents. Success can be achieved in a variety of ways. Academic success is valued highly, but it is also our belief that the all-round development of each child is just as important. Through an extensive extra-curricular programme, the school provides an array of opportunities for each child to succeed and then recognises, praises and celebrates these achievements. This makes the children feel good about themselves and to have a more positive and confident attitude generally. We want our students to feel proud of themselves and of the school.
We also want our students to recognise and respond to the responsibilities we all have to people less fortunate than ourselves. The school has developed strong links with local charities and specifically to the Thien Phuoc centre for disabled children. The centre is supported through fund-raising and by visits from our students.