Celebrating Duanwu Festival
The annual Duanwu Festival, also called Double Fifth Festival, is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth moon of the lunar calendar. It is one of the most important events on the Chinese calendar. In the week of June 3–6, students in Year 7–9 participated in Dragon Boat Races and a Duanwu Puzzle Competition to celebrate this traditional Festival.
Staff Appreciation Lunch 2019
Each year, a delicious Staff Appreciation Luncheon is organised by our Parent Organisation to express their thanks for the dedicated work offered by the entire YCIS Chongqing staff throughout the year. This event has become a tradition that all staff really look forward to on the school calendar.
Celebrating Talents and Sharing Love
On May 31, 2019 YCIS Chongqing students and staff gathered together to celebrate our talents and share love with some special guests from XingLeShu school for our 2nd annual Celebrating Differences Day!
A Chengdu Celebration！
On Thursday, May 23, 2019, the Year 5 Learning Community presented their Chengdu class trip learning celebration in the Great Hall. Beginning at 10.30 a.m., each year level from Year 1 to Year 6 was able to visit the Great Hall for a class period and take part in the various activities the Year 5 Learning Community had created based on the activities that took place while in Chengdu.
Life Skills in Action Day
On May 23, 2019, the Year 3 Learning Community challenged themselves to a day of life skills. The aim was to develop our leadership, teamwork, listening, problem solving, creativity and positivity.
Proud Winners from CYBL Competition
On the weekend of May 18-19, five Business students form YCIS Chongqing, four Year 12 students from the IBDP program and one Year 10 IGCSE student, signed up for the 5th edition of the China Youth Business League (CYBL) competition.
Chongqing Europeans Enjoy the Music of YCIS
On May 17, the European Chamber of Commerce of Southwest China held a celebration commemorating the founding of the European Union. As a member, YCIS was invited to participate at the event and we were honored to bring with us some excellent musical performances.
Let the Violin Sing and the Artwork Shine!
Congratulations to our Primary violinists and artists whose talents were on display at our Violin Concert and Art Exhibition on May 15.
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.