Western Australian Early Years International Program
The Western Australian Early Years International Program is a combination of the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training program and the Western Australian curriculum framework for early years, which ensures a balance between lessons and play time-based on age, year level, and physiological age.
At WASS, each student is considered a unique individual with different personalities and characteristics. The curriculum is designed to encourage students to constantly learn and feel the world around them in a safe environment where children are supported to form their own personalities. In addition, the program also focuses on developing and maintaining friendships. By exploring their feelings and emotions, students will develop their self-control, creativity, politeness, respect, and interest in the surrounding community.
5 learning outcomes of Western Australian Early Years International Program
The program focuses on personal perfection and social skills, as well as the knowledge, language and numeracy skills based on the five learning outcomes of the Western Australian Early Years International Program.
Connecting and Contributing
Learning and Thinking
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EARLY YEARS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
The core subjects
The integrated subjects
- Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS)
- Health & Physical Education (HPE)
- Outdoor activities
Upon completing the Western Australian Early Years International Program, children will receive both the Preschool Completion Certificate from the Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training, and a Certificate from WASS.