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 January 18 – February 09, 2020 January 17, 2020
    Saturday, January 18 MSHS Arts S1 Exhibition - January 7 – 23 B10 Art Foyer MYP Art Semester 1 Exhibition (G6-10) January 13 – February 6 JV International Basketball Invitational @ UNIS Hanoi January 17 – 19 Quarter 3 & Semester 2 Start Monday, January 20 UMA Spring Session Registration January 20 – 23 New Family Orientation 8:00 – 15:30 B10 Building New
  • Annual Report Data Drip: Student Learning Results January 17, 2020
    This week's Annual Report 'data drip' focuses on our IB Diploma programme and results from the international standardized tests we participate in. Click the links below to learn more: Standardized Test Results Students of UNIS Hanoi consistently rank at the top of every standardized test, including the American SAT and PSAT. Although we believ
  • Make an Impact for the New Year! January 17, 2020
    We want our students to wake up every day knowing we can change the world! Together. Did you know that your child voted for us to create a UNIS Botanical Garden and a Solar Power Project? We asked our students what they want to create through the UNIS Impact Fund... and they told us loud and clear with nearly 900 votes for the two projects! Creating a greene
  • Campus Opening Times During Tet January 17, 2020
    The School campus will be open to our families on Friday 31st January and Saturday 1st February from 9.00 to 13.00 prompt. Depending on the weather and AQI, the fields, covered courts, tennis courts and playground will be available. As Tet is a very special occasion for our local staff, we ask families who want to use the facilities during this time to pleas
  • Phở Bò for Lunch? January 17, 2020
    The Student Food Advisory Group has requested that the School bring in local food vendors a few times a year to show our appreciation towards Vietnamese culture. So, in honor of the Tet Holiday, we are having a Phở Bò (beef noodle) vendor coming to campus on January 23rd. All Middle and High School students will have the opportunity to purchase phở for lunch
  • Influenza is here! January 17, 2020
    Incidence of the flu has sharply risen on campus over the past week. Please read the following; Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness. Some people, such as older people, young children, and people with certain health conditions, are at high risk of serious flu complications.  Ther
  • Our Alumni January 17, 2020
    Felice Bakker (Class of 2006) wrote to share about her brand of sustainable jewelry and accessory. "I am the founder of Saya by Felice, a sustainable jewelry and accessory brand based out of Bali. After 5 years with the United Nations in Myanmar and Indonesia, I decided I needed a change - an outlet for my creativity. I love doodling and spending time i
  • Upcoming Events January 11 - 19, 2020 January 10, 2020
    Saturday, January 11, 2020 Mekong Delta Honor Band Festival @ AIS January 10 – 12 HAC Varsity Basketball Tournament UNIS Sports Centre Boys: 08:00 - UNIS vs BVIS 09:15 - WIS vs OLY 10:30 - HIS vs SPAS 12:00 - ISV vs CISH 13:15 - Winners of 8:00 and 9:15 Games 14:30 - Winners of 10:30 and 12:00 Games 16:30 - Cup Final Girls: 08:00 - WIS vs OLY 09:15 - HIS vs
  • UNIS Hanoi Advisory Council January 10, 2020
    In 2011, the Board established an Advisory Council to support long-term strategic planning for the school. The aims of the Advisory Council include the following: Strengthen the organisational relationship to the United Nations (UN), with the UN Resident Coordinator serving as Chair of the Advisory Council. Establish and mobilise relationships with key stake
  • Our 2018/19 Annual Report - the UNIS Hanoi Story by Numbers January 10, 2020
    As a School we have a long-standing tradition of publishing an Annual Report, made widely available to our community and key external organisations. This year, we continue with this tradition, but with our SDG commitments firmly in mind. What this means is that we will no longer make a paper version of the Annual Report. From today, we will present our Annua


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