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The last weeks of the lunar year at Yew Chung International School of Beijing were activity-filled and indicative of the positive effect collaboration and hard work have on our community, with students and staff preparing for our Annual Chinese New Year celebrations. One of the biggest Chinese holidays was celebrated at YCIS Beijing with colorful ECE and Primary School performances, and the popular Temple Fair, co-hosted by our Secondary School students, teachers, and our Parent Organization.
Talking about the Coronavirus with Kids
The Yew Chung International School of Beijing community like many others has been affected by the Novel Coronavirus outbreak – the latest strain of Coronavirus to sweep the nation. The virus has left many feeling more anxious than celebratory since the new lunar year and has not only interrupted long-awaited family reunions and brought the country's most celebrated holiday to a standstill, but has also infiltrated nations around the world, raising alarms.
Happy Year of the White Rat!
YCIS Beijing wishes students, families, staff and friends a Happy Year of the Rat. We wish you all love, prosperity and good fortune!
Beautiful China Performance Highlights
Today is the final day of school at the Yew Chung International School of Beijing and second last day in the Lunar Calendar before we bid farewell to the Year of the Pig and usher in the Year of the Rat. Our campus has been buzzing with activities since Monday with our Early Childhood Education (ECE) learners taking to the stage in our school’s longstanding tradition of holiday concerts, where students perform songs and dances in celebration of the Spring Festival, one of China’s major holidays biggest holiday.
Tips on How to Prepare Your Child for University
It is never too early to prepare for your child’s university journey, and since we at Yew Chung International School of Beijing are now in the latter part of the school year, this means parents and Secondary school students are beginning to ready themselves for the transition from secondary school to university. Many students have already received acceptances from leading universities in Hong Kong and England, many more are still awaiting their results from universities in America and Australia.
UK Summer Programme 2020
Yew Chung International School (Yew Chung) and our sister school have long placed strong emphasis on students’ holistic education. We not only train students in their academic skills, but also place high importance on their character development, so that they can achieve both academic and character excellence. Since 2006, an English learning and cultural centre is established in the United Kingdom for total English language immersion. The first learning centre is located in a traditional English village in Somerset – Sibley’s Barn. In order to further enrich our programme and provide more overseas learning opportunities for our students, a new campus was established in 2016, known as Knowle Hall. It is a newly redecorated Victorian-era country house, built on 15 acres of land in beautiful open parkland, situated close to our Sibley’s Barn Centre. Students engage in cultural exchange with local students through group activities and social services, and enhance their knowledge on school subjects such as Science and Mathematics, Nature and Environmental Protection, and Culture and Arts.
First Place for Our Math Madness Whizzes
This week, the Yew Chung International School of Beijing’s Secondary students won the “Math Madness” International High School Math Competition. Our school community is very proud of this victory, which came after several rounds of knockouts over a six-weeks period, which saw our Maths magicians compete against renowned international schools from around the world; finally going head-to-head with GEMS World Academy in the final round.
Embodying a YCIS Beijing Student
At Yew Chung International School of Beijing we strive for excellence in everything we do, be it from our staff or students. Our Primary School Student Council is one example of how this idea is put into practice. The student council, although there to reinforce the overall wellbeing of students on campus, also serves as a blueprint of how an exemplary YCIS Beijing student should be.
Developing Languages in ECE
On Tuesday, January 14th the Yew Chung International School of Beijing Early Childhood Education Coordinators, Maryanne Harper and her Chinese counterpart, Bridgett Ren presented a workshop to parents focusing on language development. The workshop highlighted several ways in which storytelling and reading can be used to develop language.