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  • Congratulations to the IGCSE and A Level Class of 2018!

    The end of last week was a time to celebrate with our students as we recognized the efforts of our IGCSE and A Level Class of 2018! As part of the Secondary Assembly, the IGCSE class (now in Year 12) were presented with their official certificates. These are a permanent record of the grades they were awarded with, and also a message of aspiration to our current Year 11 and 10 students, who are in the midst of their studies for these important qualifications. 

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  • 2018 ACAMIS Volleyball Tournament

    On 25 October the YCIS boys and girls ACAMIS Volleyball teams made their way to Beijing to compete against other international schools.

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  • A letter from Dr Betty Chan

    Dear parents and guests, 

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  • Continue to Foster School’s Safe Play Culture

    As part of our continued effort to provide a safe, happy learning and play environment, our school built a new play area at the upper playground. It will be officially put into use in November.

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  • Thank You Day!

    Saying thank you is more than good manners. It is good spirituality. – Alfred Painter 

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  • A Hike to Remember

    From October 22-26, our Year 8’s were the second year group to complete the physically and mentally challenging Dali hike. The hike involved three days of hiking along the old tea-horse road in the Flower Valley of Mt. Cangshan to an elevation of approximately 3100m. For reference, Chongqing is at an elevation of about 400m.  

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  • Everything Starts with a Dot

    In art lessons at YCIS Chongqing, our Upper Primary students develop their creativity and imagination through many activities. This programme builds on students’ skills and supports their improved use of materials, tools, and techniques. Students also explore the purpose and history of art and design at various periods and throughout a range of cultures.

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  • Teaching Philosophy in ECE

    At the start of this term, ECE staff had the chance to attend a two-day professional development conference on teaching Philosophy to children. We have begun our sessions with our K3 and K4 students, and the children have loved them.

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  • Developing Visual Representations in Primary Mathematics

    Academic research and evidence is increasingly showing that using visual representations in mathematics is highly beneficial to students’ learning. Pictures help students see mathematical ideas, which aids understanding. Visual mathematics also facilitates higher-level thinking, enables communication and helps students see the creativity in mathematics.

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