Top in the World for IGCSE
This summer, YCIS Beijing student Hyunju Ju was awarded the prestigious title of “Top in the World” for her full score in IGCSE Additional Mathematics. Click here to see Hyunju’s remarkable achievement announced in Beijing Kids Magazine.
Learning Chinese for the First Time?
Ms April Peng shares her tips for Chinese language-learning, published in Time Out Family Magazine. Click here to read the article.
Making the Most of Beijing: The Y3-5 Guide Book
Every August, Yew Chung International School of Beijing welcomes new students and families to the school. For many, it is their first time in Beijing and living away from home. To help our new arrivals settle in in August, Primary school students have been working on a travel guide, introducing their favourite places, activities, restaurants and offering advice on getting around.
Annie Ding: When My Dream Comes True
Last month, YCIS Beijing student Annie Ding was interviewed by JingKids magazine.
YC Links 2017-2018 Issue 2
Check out the newest edition of YC Links to keep abreast of the latest developments, news and happenings of YCIS schools and the Yew Chung Education Foundation. Click here to read more.
The Road to Year 1: Preparing Your Child for the Move
In May, Mrs Maryanne Harper, Early Childhood Education Coordinator at YCIS Beijing, was featured in Time Out Family Magazine – explaining our unique transition programme for students moving from ECE to Year 1, and offering advice to parents for preparing their child for the move.
A Pioneering Journey in Early Childhood Education. Our CEO & Schools Supervisor, Dr Betty Chan’s interview with Hong Kong’s leading newspaper
Last weekend, Dr Betty Chan Po-King, our CEO and supervisor of YCIS Beijing, gave an insightful interview on her life in education to the South China Morning Post.
Job Skills and Life Lessons: Year 11 Internship Programme
At Yew Chung International School of Beijing, the Student Support Services Department offers a comprehensive network of resources to help students both during their academic careers and in their lives beyond graduation. Nestled between the completion of IGCSE examinations and the summer holidays, the YCIS Beijing Year 11 Internship Programme is one example, as it provides students with real-world work experience and connections that they can utilise later in life.
The Art of Struggling
Originally published in Beijing Kids magazine, YCIS Beijing Year 13 students Annie Ding, Echo Liu, and Ian Zhao join Kin Lam, director of interior design firm Inkmason International, for creative tips as they prepare their art portfolios for university applications.