We are so glad to be a part of the Saigon Star family since 2015. Our children are learning many new things at school and we are amazed at their growth every day. This school is also evolving in both its curriculum and environment every year. In particular, the IPC curriculum is an effective learning structure for the children with an excellent range of activities provided in each unit and it also develops their international mindedness. Both of our children love the teachers. They are very loving and friendly in nature and keep us updated in knowing the situation of children at school by daily, close communication. We can understand the learning status of children at school on time. We are looking forward to children’s further growth as a part of Saigon Star.
Kazuma Hirakawa, Japanese (Ryo, Reception and Ray, Y2E)

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