From the Head of School

As we celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Pig in Vietnam I would like to take this opportunity to wish your family a new year filled with good health, happiness and success.

We are committed to your children’s success and working in partnership with you and all our parents is important to us. You chose UNIS Hanoi for your children and we take the trust you place in us very seriously.

To that end, and as we start the year of the Pig I would like to make three important requests of you:

  1. Give us your opinion in our Parent Community Survey (if you have not already completed it). You have already received information about this and I can only encourage you to make the time to help us, help your children. It is available in many languages and is anonymous.

  2. Join me on Tuesday February 19 at 8.15 for a Community Meeting at which we will share some of the results of this survey and involve you in making sense of the data for our school planning. We will also share important updates on a number of areas, including our Air Quality Index monitoring and action plan.

  3. Read UNIS UNfolded, our annual report for 2017-2018 in which we share the results of other surveys and important data demonstrating our Mission in action through our values of Learning, Community and Responsibility. Some of the numbers are impressive, some are reassuring and some we are confident we can improve.

You might be interested to know how our IB Diploma results compare to the world? How many students earn a Bi-lingual IB Diploma? How do our standardised test results in Grade 3-9 compare to other international schools? How many students take part in our co-curricular programmes? How many programmes do we offer to the Hanoi community? How many alumni remain connected to UNIS Hanoi as a network for your children? How many volunteer hours do parents give? What is the impact of the school community’s philanthropy?

I hope you enjoy finding the answers in UNIS UNfolded and I look forward to seeing you after the break at my Community Meeting.

Please note that campus will be fully closed over the Tet break from February 2 – February 10. Campus will reopen on Monday, February 11. 

Chúc mừng năm mới!

Jane McGee

Head of School

Artwork by Hong Kiey Anh (Alumni Class of 2020)

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