As we head into our Autumn Break and marking the end of eight full weeks on campus, it is a time to celebrate, reflect and truly be grateful as a community.
Our students, your children have engaged meaningfully in all aspects of school life. They have participated fully in their own personal learning experience. They have developed new relationships with classmates, peers and teachers or reconnected with returning community members. They have demonstrated our values of community and responsibility by taking action and or speaking out on world issues or by following health and safety guidelines to protect our community. It has been a fantastic start to the school year.
Each week in the TinTuc, our communications team has reported on the range of learning experiences of our students, the outreach to support our local community and the way in which our students have had the opportunity to engage in a robust co-curricular programme. We know we will have much more to share when we return following the holiday, but first we’d like to share our plans regarding UN Day and our planned lockdown drill:
UN Day Plans Unveiled
Although, we won’t be able to celebrate the event in the way we’ve been accustomed to, we will certainly celebrate it! A cross-divisional team has reviewed how our UNiquely UNIS identity can be commemorated on this special day and how we can amplify the work of the United Nations. Please read our detailed plans in today’s edition of Tin Tuc.
Planned Lockdown Drill – October 23
Health and Safety is one of our highest priorities at UNIS Hanoi. On Friday, October 23, at 13:30, the school will be conducting a lockdown drill on campus. This is an announced drill and all staff and students have been informed and trained on what to expect during a lockdown drill. Please take time to read the full details in today’s edition of Tin Tuc.