Welcome to the UNIS Hanoi Tin Tuc Newshub

The UNIS Tin Tuc Newshub is a space for our UNIS Hanoi community members to view the wonderful things that are happening in our campus through our classroom and division blogs. Check out our recent posts below:

  • Upcoming Events November 11-17 November 8, 2019
    Monday November 11 Professional Development Day - No classes or activities Tuesday, November 12 Youth Sport Soccer Festival @ SPAS 14.00-17:30 Board Meeting 17:00-19:30 Community Room (B7) Wednesday, November 13 Meet Secondary School Principal Candidate - Derrick des Vignes 8.00-9.00 Community Room (B7) ES Snack Sale 8.10-10.15 ECC and ES Playgrounds SCO Mov
  • From the Board of Directors November 8, 2019
    The Board of Directors would like to thank everyone who attended the Board Community meeting on Tuesday November 5th. Details of the presentation can be found here. Board Chair Amie Pollack introduced the 2019-2020 Board members and briefly outlined Board roles and goals for the year.  Treasurer Hieu Nguyen provided an introduction to the 2020-2021 school bu
  • Library Renovation Works November 8, 2019
    I am delighted to announce that at the 22 October Board Meeting, the Board unanimously voted to approve Library Renovation works. The approved funds ($585,000) will go towards the following; New furniture (hard and soft furnishings), new library entry for MS and HS students, new meeting rooms for collaboration, new carpet and blinds and updated electrical wo
  • Meet our Secondary School Principal Candidates November 8, 2019
    Dear Parents, We invite you to meet our Secondary School Principal Candidates. The finalists for this important new leadership role will be visiting UNIS Hanoi and you have the opportunity to meet them on November 7, 8 and 13 at 8.05 - 8.50am in the Community Room (B7). These sessions have been designed by our Principal Search Team to specifically gather par
  • Are you leaving UNIS Hanoi in 2nd Semester? November 8, 2019
    In the Admissions Office, we offer a rolling admissions policy with the majority of our potential families looking to start their children at UNIS Hanoi at the beginning of each semester. We currently have families waiting to join our community in 2nd semester in grades that are presently at capacity. We do hope your family is staying with us; however, if yo
  • Service Learning Community Event - November 16 November 8, 2019
    Service is central to all that we do at UNIS Hanoi and so what better way to celebrate our commitment to a Better World than a service day as a community! UNIS Hanoi is organising a Community Service Day on Saturday November 16 with service orientated trips that are open to our community to join. The events are run by our student service groups and/or UNIS H
  • UNIS Impact Fund - First Grants Approved! November 8, 2019
    Student and community ideas are already being put into action! Thanks to the UNIS Impact Fund and the partnership with the School Community Organisation for its Grants Programme, our students and faculty will soon be working to deliver the following projects: Teaching music to disadvantaged youth with Ukeles provided by the UNIS Impact Fund Plastic pollution
  • Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Info Session November 8, 2019
    Dear Parents, Greetings from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth! As part of the Johns Hopkins University, CTY conducts the oldest and most extensive university-based Talent Search worldwide by offering above-grade level testing to students in grades 2 through 12. For qualified advanced students, CTY offers challenging summer and online courses as we
  • Bringing Student Voice to UNIS Hanoi Canteen November 8, 2019
    The Student Food Advisory Committee had their first meeting today. 15 students from grades 5-12 are members of the Committee representing 13 different countries. During this meeting, the Committee set their action plan and goals for the remainder of the year. They also had the opportunity to try a new lunch selection prepared by the Canteen and give their fe
  • Helping Hands Needed - Rice and Clothes Drives November 8, 2019
    Among the regions in Vietnam, poverty incidence is higher and deeper in the Northern Mountain and Central Highlands. Lao Cai Province, in the far North of Vietnam, is one of the poorest regions in the country. Most adults are subsistence farmers, but the mountainous terrain is very labour-intensive and families struggle to make ends meet. Sa Pa, a popular to


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