Bilingual Primary

Preparatory – Grade 5 (5 – 11 years old)

Preserving Local Values, Integrating to be Global Citizens

Our Bilingual programme develops student’s skills in mathematics, language, and more, while encouraging inquiry and enthusiasm for learning. Although the emphasis is given to global perspectives, our Bilingual Programme embraces Vietnamese values and culture. We offer a play and structured inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning.

Our qualified and engaging Vietnamese teachers share the teaching of the Bilingual curriculum with our qualified native English teachers. While using traditional learning techniques alongside structured inquiry, we ensure that the students learn and practice in both languages concurrently, without sacrificing their mother tongue. 

5 Reasons to Choose Our Bilingual Programme

Experienced, Qualified, Creative and Passionate Teachers

All of our teachers have unique skills that facilitate the holistic development of each student. From professional athletic coaches, to exhibiting artists, and professional composers and musicians...our staff bring diverse talents to the classrooms.

Fully-equipped Facilities

Our campus is a perfect space to cater to every student’s interest and passion. Our campus features a multilingual library, a comprehensive garden, swimming pools, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, a music studio, a fine arts studio, performing arts studio, a workshop, a laboratory, and more.

Perfect Combination of MOET and International Education

The Bilingual Programme aims to deliver the values of Vietnamese education, language and culture, at a high international standard, thus preparing our students to become global citizens.

Interesting and Easy-to-Approach Learning Styles

Our students learn via inquiring and reflecting. They develop the valuable skills of critical thinking, social communication, self-management, and research. They learn via a project-based learning method which further evolve these skills.

A Supportive, Community-Minded and Responsible Environment

HAIS is in the enviable position of being small enough to be able to focus on each student, so that they can indeed “Find (their) passion, realize (their) dreams”.

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50% VIETNAMESE

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50% ENGLISH

Subjects Studied in Vietnamese

Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.
 
Reading: Student’s interest and pleasure in reading is developed as they learn to read confidently and independently. They focus on words and sentences and how they fit into whole texts. They work out the meaning of straightforward texts and say why they like them or do not like them.
 
Writing: Students start to enjoy writing and see the value of it.  They learn to communicate meaning in narrative and non-fiction texts and spell and punctuate correctly.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to change the way they speak and write to suit different situations, purposes and audiences. They read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them. They explore the use of language in literary and non-literary texts and learn how language works.
 
Reading: Students read enthusiastically a range of materials and use their knowledge of words, sentences and texts to understand and respond to the meaning. They increase their ability to read challenging and lengthy texts independently. They reflect on the meaning of texts, analysing and discussing them with others.
 
Writing: Students develop understanding that writing is both essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in its own right. They learn the main rules and conventions of written English and start to explore how the English language can be used to express meaning in different ways. They use the planning, drafting and editing process to improve their work and to sustain their fiction and non-fiction writing.

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Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
In mathematics, children develop their knowledge and understanding through practical activity, exploration, and discussion. They learn to count, read, write and order numbers to 100 and beyond. They develop a range of mental calculation skills and use these confidently in different settings. 
 
They learn about shape and space through practical activity which builds on their understanding of their immediate environment. They begin to grasp mathematical language, using it to talk about their methods and explain their reasoning when solving problems.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Students use the number system more confidently. They move from counting reliably to calculating fluently with all four number operations. They always try to tackle a problem with mental methods before using any other approach. 
 
Students explore features of shape and space and develop their measuring skills in a range of contexts. They discuss and present their methods and reasoning using a wider range of mathematical language, diagrams and charts.

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Subjects Studied in English

Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
In mathematics, children develop their knowledge and understanding through practical activity, exploration, and discussion. They learn to count, read, write and order numbers to 100 and beyond. They develop a range of mental calculation skills and use these confidently in different settings. 
 
They learn about shape and space through practical activity which builds on their understanding of their immediate environment. They begin to grasp mathematical language, using it to talk about their methods and explain their reasoning when solving problems.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Students use the number system more confidently. They move from counting reliably to calculating fluently with all four number operations. They always try to tackle a problem with mental methods before using any other approach. 
 
Students explore features of shape and space and develop their measuring skills in a range of contexts. They discuss and present their methods and reasoning using a wider range of mathematical language, diagrams and charts.

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Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.
 
Reading: Student’s interest and pleasure in reading is developed as they learn to read confidently and independently. They focus on words and sentences and how they fit into whole texts. They work out the meaning of straightforward texts and say why they like them or do not like them.
 
Writing: Students start to enjoy writing and see the value of it.  They learn to communicate meaning in narrative and non-fiction texts and spell and punctuate correctly.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to change the way they speak and write to suit different situations, purposes and audiences. They read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them. They explore the use of language in literary and non-literary texts and learn how language works.
 
Reading: Students read enthusiastically a range of materials and use their knowledge of words, sentences and texts to understand and respond to the meaning. They increase their ability to read challenging and lengthy texts independently. They reflect on the meaning of texts, analysing and discussing them with others.
 
Writing: Students develop understanding that writing is both essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in its own right. They learn the main rules and conventions of written English and start to explore how the English language can be used to express meaning in different ways. They use the planning, drafting and editing process to improve their work and to sustain their fiction and non-fiction writing.
Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.
 
Reading: Student’s interest and pleasure in reading is developed as they learn to read confidently and independently. They focus on words and sentences and how they fit into whole texts. They work out the meaning of straightforward texts and say why they like them or do not like them.
 
Writing: Students start to enjoy writing and see the value of it.  They learn to communicate meaning in narrative and non-fiction texts and spell and punctuate correctly.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to change the way they speak and write to suit different situations, purposes and audiences. They read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them. They explore the use of language in literary and non-literary texts and learn how language works.
 
Reading: Students read enthusiastically a range of materials and use their knowledge of words, sentences and texts to understand and respond to the meaning. They increase their ability to read challenging and lengthy texts independently. They reflect on the meaning of texts, analysing and discussing them with others.
 
Writing: Students develop understanding that writing is both essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in its own right. They learn the main rules and conventions of written English and start to explore how the English language can be used to express meaning in different ways. They use the planning, drafting and editing process to improve their work and to sustain their fiction and non-fiction writing.
Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.
 
Reading: Student’s interest and pleasure in reading is developed as they learn to read confidently and independently. They focus on words and sentences and how they fit into whole texts. They work out the meaning of straightforward texts and say why they like them or do not like them.
 
Writing: Students start to enjoy writing and see the value of it.  They learn to communicate meaning in narrative and non-fiction texts and spell and punctuate correctly.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to change the way they speak and write to suit different situations, purposes and audiences. They read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them. They explore the use of language in literary and non-literary texts and learn how language works.
 
Reading: Students read enthusiastically a range of materials and use their knowledge of words, sentences and texts to understand and respond to the meaning. They increase their ability to read challenging and lengthy texts independently. They reflect on the meaning of texts, analysing and discussing them with others.
 
Writing: Students develop understanding that writing is both essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in its own right. They learn the main rules and conventions of written English and start to explore how the English language can be used to express meaning in different ways. They use the planning, drafting and editing process to improve their work and to sustain their fiction and non-fiction writing.
Key Stage 1 – Primary Years 1 and 2
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.
 
Reading: Student’s interest and pleasure in reading is developed as they learn to read confidently and independently. They focus on words and sentences and how they fit into whole texts. They work out the meaning of straightforward texts and say why they like them or do not like them.
 
Writing: Students start to enjoy writing and see the value of it.  They learn to communicate meaning in narrative and non-fiction texts and spell and punctuate correctly.
 
Key Stage 2 – Primary Years 3 – 6
Speaking and Listening: Students learn to change the way they speak and write to suit different situations, purposes and audiences. They read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them. They explore the use of language in literary and non-literary texts and learn how language works.
 
Reading: Students read enthusiastically a range of materials and use their knowledge of words, sentences and texts to understand and respond to the meaning. They increase their ability to read challenging and lengthy texts independently. They reflect on the meaning of texts, analysing and discussing them with others.
 
Writing: Students develop understanding that writing is both essential to thinking and learning, and enjoyable in its own right. They learn the main rules and conventions of written English and start to explore how the English language can be used to express meaning in different ways. They use the planning, drafting and editing process to improve their work and to sustain their fiction and non-fiction writing.
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