Nguyen Sieu emerges as Overall Champion at the 2019 Hanoi Math Olympiad
On 23 February, 4 teams from Nguyen Sieu Secondary and High School competed in the 2019 Haoni Math Olympiad to emerge as Overall Champions.
At the Helm: CAIE Subject Coordinators
Nguyen Sieu School established the new Subject Coordinator roles in June 2018 to cater to the growth of our Cambridge programme and to provide opportunities for teacher development.
Quynh Hoa's Reflections from the Macleans College Study Tour
Some reflections from Quynh Hoa (VN10B, 2018) after completing her three-month study tour at Macleans College, New Zealand:
Grade 11 Visit to RMIT Vietnam: A Glimpse into the Future
On Wednesday morning, 26 September 2018, Nguyen Sieu’s Grade 11 classes travelled into the centre of Hanoi to visit RMIT University Vietnam’s Hanoi campus, where many of Nguyen Sieu alumni have gone on to pursue an international Bachelor’s degree. Each year, the current back of Grade 11 students will visit the campus to find out more about studying at RMIT.
Alumni Features: Luong Gia Huy (10A5, 2016)
Luong Gia Huy (10A5, 2016), a former Nguyen Sieu student, who moved to Singapore as a recipient of the prestigious ASEAN scholarship, is now highly involved in bettering society in his host country.
Alumni Features: Hoang Phuong Linh (10A4, 2017)
Ms. Hoang Phuong Linh, who is now studying for a Bachelor of Business degree in International Hotel and Resort Management speaks fondly of her experience in Nguyen Sieu School, and how it has shaped her.
Skillsup: Preparing for Independent Living in New Zealand
The Skillsup programme equips Foundation students with the necessary life skills to thrive while living and studying abroad.
Bringing Warmth to the North
From Sunday 20 January to Monday 21 January 2019, a delegation of 11 teachers and 23 students made the long journey northward to Cao Bang province. Over the two days, the group visited two local schools in Quang Trung commune and Cao Bang town to deliver donations, engage in exchange of culture and experiences, as well as toured the Pac Bo National Monument Complex.
A Letter from Italy: Reflections on a Time in Hanoi
Teacher Maria Chiara Fonzi from Liceo Scientifico G. Galilei reflects on the school's exchange with Nguyen Sieu: "Exchanges are unique experiences to fully live and appreciate new, different cultures, and open ourselves to the necessity of confrontation."
"Nón Lá", Bamboo Dragonflies, and our Japanese friends.
On 17 December, a group of students from Naragakuen School (Japan) visited Nguyen Sieu School, as part of an annual educational cooperation exchange between the two schools.