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Esther van Tuijl, Elementary School Parent
Posted 13/06/2019 12:23PM
Parent perspective

"As part of the UNIS Hanoi community, the mix of nationalities, the diversity, I love it! I have never been to an international school where there was such a mix of people from all places in the world. It inspires me that we all adapt to living and working with different kinds of people - our school really reflects this principle of the United Nations. UN Day is my favourite event: all the colours, national dress, the flags, and the food!  

The Early Childhood Centre teachers give our children the attention they need, they really get to know each child individually. Teachers communicate with parents through school media as well as on a personal level. I also appreciate that there are dedicated Counselling staff, including at Elementary School level, to help guide children emotionally.

UNIS Hanoi is one step ahead not only in using play-based learning approaches for early childhood education, but also in integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into the curriculum. This is a school that is helping children grow up to be responsible citizens of the world. As a parent, I really appreciate how we value Responsibility in this way in our school community. Our children bring home what they learn at school and use it in their daily lives. Parents are encouraged take part in sustainability initiatives such as not using single-use plastic. One step at a time, we are all living more sustainably."

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