YLP Spelling BEE

Young Leaner Program (YLP) of Cambodia-ASEAN International School is uniquely designed for students aged from 6 to 12. The program is achieved by relating their English language learning to broader educational goals with direct connections to other content-based subjects such as natural science and social science. YLP provides students with interactive and investigative learning classroom, and hand-on experiences through scientific and up-to-date lessons and relevant classroom activities.

The program also engages children in a variety of fun learning experiences using a wide range of English language skills through many creative, educational and fun activities and themes. YLP recently organized a “Spelling Bee” competition for young learners with the aim of providing students an opportunity and a platform to showcase their vocabulary and spelling skills. On May 10, 2018, YLP organized a “Spelling Bee” competition aiming at offering a challenging platform for students to showcase their vocabulary remembering capacity and spelling skills.

Eng Youkin, 10-year-old, earned his championship after three intensive rounds of challenging his counterparts. Before the competition started, he appears to very confident which reflects his readiness and well-taught in classes. The first runner-up was 8-year-old, Va Mongkul Panha, who amazed the judges and audiences with his spelling skills. “Parallelogram” he spoke into the microphone with that confidence “I spell, P-A-R-A-L-L-E-L-O-G-R-A-M.” The second runner-up of CAM-ASEAN Spelling Bee was 11-year-old ,Faisal Zarfrul, who credits his achievement to a love of books and his good memorizing skills.

After the competition, the first runner up, Va Mongkul Panha, was asked about how he felt. He said “I am happy with the result, and thanks to my teachers who helped me prepare myself for the After the competition, the first runner up, Va Mongkul Panha, was asked about how he felt. He said “I am happy with the result, and thanks to my teachers who helped me prepare myself for the competition.” With the positive feedback and recognition from parents, CAM-ASEAN’s Young Learner Program is proud to continue organizing a variety of competitions for students.


CAM-ASEAN organized a study tour to Kids City

CAMBODIA-ASEAN International School’s Young Learner Program provides students with the interactive and investigative learning environment and hands-on experiences through scientific and up-to-date lessons and relevant program activities. In the globalized generation, it is important for students to boost their scientific discovery and knowledge at an early age. We strongly believe that the benefits of learning science for young kids are enormous as it helps our students develop their critical thinking skills and to analyze his or her own reasoning.

Apart from including Science subject in YLP curriculum, we want to create amazing learning experiences that can inspire and motivate children to learn and explore more on their own.

On March 23rd, 2018, CAM-ASEAN International School organized a study tour to Kids City which allows young learners to explore an amazing science gallery and to have some fun at the same time. Students are amazed and astounded exploring a bicycle ride on a wire, a ball floating in mid-air, exhibits on light, sound, gravity, electricity, and other experiments

CAM-ASEAN organized a trip to the Royal Palace

On Saturday, September 22, 2018, CAM-ASEAN Young Learner Program organized a trip to the Royal Palace, one of the most splendid historical places in Cambodia. Students were given a chance to understand and learn about the history of the place, the civilization of Khmer empire and the amazing architectural design that portrays the Cambodian culture and society.

We observed that this educational trip offered students a chance to build a closer relationship with their classmates, understand more about Cambodian culture and create a connection between what is happening at school and in the ‘real-world’. During the trip, students were intrigued by the large complex with many different buildings including the Silver Pagoda, Throne hall, Moonlight Pavilion, Khemarin Palace and other buildings.  Students were also led by our professional tour guides to provide students with accurate and complete information about the Royal Palace. Cambodia-ASEAN International School Young Learner Program is proud of the opportunity to groom your children through enabling them to practice their social skills and critical thinking abilities outside of the controlled class setting.