AIS Titans Philosophy 2022

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AIS TITAN’S PHILOSOPHY Students at AIS can be expected to benefit from involvement in sport through: • Participation in friendly competitive sporting competitions. • Regular, dedicated practice sessions with a focus on developing students into wellrounded athletes. • Equipping students with the necessary ‘soft skills’ that can be transferred into other facets of their lives. • Fostering enduring qualities such as dedication, persistence, humility, resilience, sportsmanship and inclusiveness. • Given chances to assume leadership roles within teams or on the sports council. • Fostering the ethos of living and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through participation in sport. • Promote a commitment to student-athlete well-being. • Promote a diverse and inclusive community. • Promote a commitment to gender equity. 2

SISAC (SAIGON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS ATHLETIC CONFERENCE) Under 9/11 U9 boys/girls’ football U11 boys/girls’ football U11 Boys/girls’ badminton U11 Boys/girls’ basketball U9 mixed bench ball Mixed netball Mixed tee-ball U11 Table tennis Athletics Cross-country Swim squad Tennis Rippa rugby

Under 13/15 Boys basketball Girls’ basketball Boys/girls’ football Boys/girls’ volleyball Boys/girls’ badminton Boys/girls’ table tennis Athletics Cross-country Swim squad Tennis Netball Touch rugby Cricket

Under 19 Boys/girls’ volleyball Boys/girls’ badminton Boys/girls’ basketball Boys/girls’ football Table tennis Athletics Cross-country Swim squad Tennis Netball Touch rugby Cricket


AISA GAMES (AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION) Competing schools from U.A.E, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Vietnam Annual tournament Under 16: Basketball, netball, touch rugby, football and swimming

ASAC (ASEAN SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES CONFERENCE) Competing schools from Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia Junior (under 14)

Senior (under 19)

Season 1 – basketball

Season 1 – volleyball

Season 2 – football

Season 2 – basketball

Season 3 - volleyball

Season 3 - football


AIS TITANS CODE OF CONDUCT Australian International School Saigon Sport (AIS Titans) is a programme that exists to promote healthy, competitive sporting opportunities for our students. The programme aims to foster the holistic growth of our students through a positive approach to sport. Our students, coaches, supporters, spectators and caregivers are expected to abide by the following code of conduct: • Ensure that academic studies remain a major focus for students • Show respect for teammates, opponents, officials, and coaches. • Respect the integrity and judgment of officials. • Exhibit fair play, sportsmanship, and proper conduct at all times. • Maintain a high level of safety awareness. • Refrain from the use of profanity, vulgarity, or other offensive behaviors. • Adhere to the established rules and standards of the game to be played. • Respect all equipment and use it safely and appropriately. • Refrain from the use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal and non-prescriptive drugs, anabolic steroids, or any substance to increase physical development or performance. • Follow all sport rules and regulations as they pertain to eligibility and sports participation. • Win with character, lose with dignity. 5

Thu Thiem Campus (Kindergarten - Year 13)

264 Mai Chi Tho (East-West Highway), An Phu Ward, Thu Duc City, HCMC, Vietnam t: +84 28 3742 4040

Thao Dien Campus (Kindergarten - Year 6)

APSC Compound, 36 Thao Dien Road, Thao Dien Ward, Thu Duc City, HCMC, Vietnam Lotus Campus (Kindergarten - Year 1) | Lotus Road Cherry Blossom Campus (Year 2 - Year 6) | Cherry Blossom Road t: +84 28 3744 6960

Xi Campus (Kindergarten)

190 Nguyen Van Huong Street, Thao Dien Ward, Thu Duc City, HCMC, Vietnam t: +84 28 3519 2727

1900 6940 AustralianInternationalSchoolVietnam @ais.vietnam.official aisvietnam