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Khmer Program

Kindergarten, Primary & High School

Australia Pacific International School is a private institution that provides educational services for Khmer General Education Programs from kindergarten to high school with high quality and the programs are recognized by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS) of the Kingdom of Cambodia issuing Prakas No. 998, dated April 27, 2014.

Kindergarten Program

Khmer Kindergarten Program consists of a variety of subjects including pre-writing, mathematics, science, social studies, music, and animation, by allowing children to learn to observe, investigate, and tell stories, play music, games, poetry and reading. The program is based on activities that create a sense of reflexive and curiosity, and play is a child-based play and uses the teaching methodology of childhood standards. The program also offers good health activities and lessons provide intellectual, mental, and physical development that can help children develop themselves and gain confidence and begin building their capacity.

Primary Program

Primary Program is aimed at educating students on how to use Khmer language  for its level correctly in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and even giving them basic mathematical skills, good hygiene and well-being, courage, analytical, creative thinking in solving problems for themselves and their families. Students also expand their talents, have self-confidence, and enjoy learning. Moreover, they can expand the talent of self-confidence, understand the evolution of society, adapt to social change, be morally behaving, gentle in accordance with the nation's glorious tradition, work as a team, have good communication, can work in the role, love and preserve the environment, arts, culture, civilization in the community, and also the basic computer skills.

High School Program

High School Program provides students with skills and knowledge of Khmer Literature, Math, Science, Social Studies, life skills education, professional ethics and personal development, which is necessary so that they can contribute to social development, continue their studies in higher education, and take part in vocational training or in social life. Foreign languages are compulsory subject for all students at the high school level and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as the basis for further study and daily life in communication.

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