Global & Experiential Learning
AIS students of all ages have a number of opportunities to extend their learning experiences beyond the classroom. The trips and visits provide students with a wider perspective of culture and society and connect their classroom learning to the world outside.
Trips expand the student experiences way beyond the classroom and are an important part of developing IB learner attributes.Our Primary School students take trips during each of their grades and in Grade 5, when it is possible to travel, participate in a residential trip to a country that supports their language learning. In the past destinations have included China, Costa Rica, Germany and France.
Secondary School students all have Field Trips (to Georgia, North Carolina, Washington DC for example) at the start of each school year and have other opportunities to travel in support of their courses and cultural development. For example the Model UN team visited the Hague, Theatre classes have been to New York and students taking French have visited Quebec.