True North School – Kindergarten, member of the REP (Reggio Emilia Approach® Excellence Preschools Program), is proud to be a pioneer in applying Reggio Emilia Approach® and STEAM education in Early Childhood Education in the North of Vietnam. With a modern and world-class facility, True North School – Kindergarten aims to provide an active learning environment for students to explore the world, nurture their curiosity and talents with support from family and teachers.
True North School – Kindergarten officially open for applications of the school year 2021-2022.
From 18 months to 6 years old
The Reggio Emilia Approach®: Based on children’s curiosity with potential to develop and learn from their environment and the relationships they build with others. Three core principles: The Child, The Teacher, The Environment
STEAM Kindergarten: Focusing on understanding and exploring simple concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Arts that are suitable for each group age, therefore developing logical & design thinking with analyzing skills of students.
All learning lessons are inspired by the world around us and stories of students’ daily life.
Please refer to the daily schedule of preferred classes at the attached link
Nursery (18 months to 24 months old)
Nursery (24 months to 36 months old)
Pre-Kindergarten (3-4 years old)
Kindergarten (4-5 years old)
Application & Admissions Process:
Please register online here to receive further instructions on how to apply.
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