A-JIS New School Year Announcement - Parent Workshops

Parent Workshops

Parent Involvement is key to the success of our students and of our school community. It has been shown in schools around the world that the benefits of parent and family involvement include higher test scores and grades, better attendance, more completion of homework, more positive attitudes and behavior, higher graduation rates, and greater enrollment in higher education.

We are committed to the success of our students and invite A-JIS parents to join us in the upcoming parents workshops!

Date: 21 November (Tuesday) / Place: Hikarigaoka

 

1.​​ MYP -​​ Inquiry​​ (13:15​​-​​14:00)
This workshop is an introduction to how the units in the MYP are based on student Inquiry and what this looks like at A-JIS.
Intended Audience: All MYP parents

 

2. ​​How​​ do ​​students ​​progress​ ​through ​​our ​​EAL ​​programme?​​ (14:15​​-​​15:00)
This workshop will look at how we manage and monitor our students progress and how can you help them at home. There will be an opportunity for a Q & A.
Intended audience: Parents of students who are currently in our EAL programme

 

Date: 5 December (Tuesday) / Place: BBT OFFICE

 

PYP​​ Programme​ ​of ​​Inquiry​​ (17:00​​-​​17:45)
In this workshop we will look at how our Programme of Inquiry from K3 to Grade 5 is organised at A-JIS.
Intended audience: All PYP parents

 

What ​​is ​​this ​​thing ​​called​ ​THRASS?​ ​​(18:00​​-​​18:45)

This workshop will review the Extended Essay and the process students will follow. It explains the timeline, what the expectations are of the students at each stage and how the essay is assessed. We also suggest various ways parents can support their children to do well in this assessment. We will also explain the current support we have for G10-12 students for
college selection and application.
Intended audience: Parents of DP students

 

Extended​​ Essay​​ &​​ College​​ (17:00​​-​​17:45)

This workshop will review the Personal Project and the process students will follow. It explains the timeline, what the expectations are of the students at each stage and how the Project is assessed.We also suggest various ways parents can support their children to do well in this assessment.
Intended audience: Parents of MYP students in G9 and 10