Update news kindergarten

Thousands of pupils returned to kindergartens and primary schools throughout Hanoi on May 11 following their long closure as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Hanoi schools to shut on bad air days

Kindergartens and primary schools in Hanoi will be closed if the air quality index (AQI) hits 300 and above, equivalent to hazardous levels, city authorities announced on December 25.

Kindergarten deputy headmaster suspended for trampled child

The deputy headmaster of a nursery school in the southern province of Binh Duong has been suspended following the case in which a little child was trampled on by their classmates.

VN National Assembly considers resolutions on investment, social issues

Resolutions to adjust public investments within the 2016-20 period were passed at the 14th extraordinary session of HCM City’s People’s Council’s ninth term held on Saturday.

Kindergarten in Hanoi hopes for N Korean leader’s visit

 VietNamNet Bridge – Six-year-old Pham Ha Quy Phuong has no idea that one of the most important political events of the year will take place next week in her hometown.

Kindergarten collapses in Hanoi

 VietNamNet Bridge – A kindergarten under construction in the capital city’s outer Nam Tu Liem District collapsed early Monday morning. 

Has the kids' helmets controversy come to a head?

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vu Bang is a proud father of two children - a second grader and a little boy attending kindergarten. He is also proud of his motorbike driving skills and how good his little daughter is at sitting on the bike.

Foster care gives children new homes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Rather than living at orphanages, about 400 children benefit from a programme that provides temporary foster care.

HCM City lacks teachers for kindergarten, primary school

VietNamNet Bridge – As a new academic year approaches, HCM City authorities are worried they will not have enough kindergarten and primary school teachers.

Are modern daughters-in-law too spoiled?

 VietNamNet Bridge – These days, being a daughter-in-law is much easier than it used to be. Many modern mothers-in-law have voluntarily devoted themselves to helping their son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren.

More child abuse cases discovered, no solution found

More and more child abuse cases have been brought out into the open recently. Watchdog agencies, educators, parents and psychologists have been analyzing the cases and discussing the solutions for years, but no improvement has been made.

Hanoi sets aside land to build new State schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tens of thousands of square meters of land which are lying unused or are being improperly used around the city will be reserved for the construction of State-owned schools,

High quality kindergartens born in masses

VietNamNet Bridge - There are no regulations about high quality kindergartens but a lot of schools in HCMC still introduce themselves as high quality kindergartens, collecting high tuition fees for the committed high quality

Kindergarten suspected of drugging children

 VietNamNet Bridge – A mother in HCM City has denounced a local kindergarten teacher for using sleeping pills on her two-year-old child.