Energy and Climate Change has been the focus of the Year 4 Learning Community’s most recent Topic lessons. Students have explored the challenges of a modernizing world where more and more carbon is being pumped into their air and the negative affect this has on our environment. Students have learned how our world has increasingly relied on non-renewable sources of energy for their travel and daily living including electricity use.
Celebrating Chinese Study at YCIS！
As an important part of the curriculum in ECE and Primary, Chinese culture class is very popular among our children. This semester, various learning communities in ECE and Primary have carried out a variety of activities in Chinese Culture.
YCIS Chongqing Year 6 Xi’an Camp
Xi’an, located in central-northwest China, records the great changes of the country just like a history book. It was called Chang’an in ancient times which means the eternal city. As the eastern terminal of the Silk Road and the site of the famous Terracotta Warriors of the Qin Dynasty, Xi’an city now has won a good reputation all around the world.
YCIS Chongqing and Cambridge Assessment International
Over the past few weeks, YCIS Chongqing, as the only fully accredited IGCSE school in Chongqing, has had the privilege of being part of a number of different interfaces with our IGCSE Examination Board / Awarding Body.
Semester 2 Sports at YCIS Chongqing
Sportsmanship and resilience are important traits for our students. Sports is a fantastic way to learn new skills, build new friendships, maintain a healthy body, sharper memory and thinking skills, develop a higher self-esteem, give more energy, better sleep, and stronger resilience. Through the Physical Education curriculum and our Extra-Curricular Sports Program, we teach these important values to our students.
5th Amazing Race YCIS
On April 24, 96 Secondary students and staff gathered for the 5th annual “Amazing Race CQ.” at YCIS campus.
How Do You Like Your Sandwich？
This Semester ECE students have been exploring the topic of ‘Food’! As a part of our Inquiry-based learning, this week our children made their own sandwiches.
Our First IBDP Exams are just around the corner
Ways to Study English Outside of School
When it comes to learning a language, you can only do so much in class. You will need to put your abilities to the test and improve those skills. Luckily there are many options for the motivated learner.