Student project

A Day Of Making Toy Figurine With The Young Artisans Through The Project “Toy Figurine!

ART PROJECTS

05/05/2022

To start an energetic week, the students of Grade 2 experienced a unique culture of Vietnam through the project “Toy Figurine!”. Under the detailed guidance from the toy figurine artisan, students have crafted their own animals, cartoon characters from colorful glutinous rice powder such as flowers, snakes, Doraemon… which were very adorable. The project ” […]

Food Waste Project: Protect The Environment From The Smallest Things!

NATURAL SCIENCE PROJECTS

21/04/2022

It is estimated that each year, up to 100 million tons of food waste is generated from the processing industry worldwide, and the journey to overcome this is a long and multi-faceted aspect that requires us to be aware of responsibility, patience and commitment to take appropriate and timely actions to save the environment. UTS-ers […]

Sharing emotions and memories with the “UTS diary project”

SOCIAL SCIENCE PROJECTS

20/03/2022

Before taking distance learning courses due to the effects of the epidemic, Grade 7 and 11 students of UTS participated in the closing event of the interesting “UTS DIARY” English project. Every day at UTS is a memorable and joyful day. To capture these meaningful experiences, UTS-ers started to implement creative ideas such as video […]

Grade 10 “making water rocket” project | let your dream fly higher and further

NATURAL SCIENCE PROJECTS

11/03/2022

Recently, the UTS-ers grade 10 have experienced memorable moments together with the project “Making Water Rocket”. Do you remember how high and far your water rockets flew? By applying the knowledge and laws learned in Physics – the subject is highly applicable, grade 10 students have created water rockets with close objects such as recycled […]

Joyful experiment club: a fantastic scent world made by UTS

NATURAL SCIENCE PROJECTS

30/11/2021

Visit the Joyful Experiment Club when UTS students make dry perfume and aromatic wax, you will surely be “captivated” by the world of pleasant scents and lovely products. All are made by skillful hands and the creativity of UTS students. Unlike common perfumes, dry perfume is made by margarine, vegetable base oils, and natural herbs, […]

Cross-curricular project “green trees around us”: For a better world!

ART PROJECTS

20/03/2021

Question “How to educate children about environment?” is always a great concern. Green trees are important suppliers of oxygen for humans. However, serious environmental pollution and deforestation in recent time reduce the number of green trees significantly. Therefore, educating student about the importance of green trees in life is really necessary at the moment. At […]

National Pride With The Shadow Puppetry Of History  

ART PROJECTS

20/03/2021

Helping students love and remember History knowledge is not easy because this is a subject which contains numerous important events and milestones. However, students of Grade 10 and 11 of US Vietnam Talent International School approached this subject in a brand new and creative method through “The art of shadow puppetry in teaching History” project.  […]

Cross-Curricular Project Grade 8,9 & 11: Understanding The Dangerous Diseases Caused By Viruses

NATURAL SCIENCE PROJECTS

20/03/2021

The cross-curricular project Grade 8,9, and 11: “Understanding the dangerous diseases caused by viruses” created a new approach to knowledge, helping students to learn better the knowledge of Biology which seems to be very “difficult-to-remember”.  After a period of searching for information about viruses, students will summarize the useful knowledge under the guidance of teachers. […]

UTS-ers showing their whorls with unique handmade table calendars

ART PROJECTS

03/02/2021

New year is coming and it’s time to use table calendars to remind of important milestones of a year ahead. With the 2021 Tet holiday, instead of buying table calendars at bookstores, students of Grade 7 & 8 of UTS could create their own table calendars of the new year. By their creativity, UTS-ers built […]