News

  • A World Without Poverty

    We were delighted to support our newly formed United Nations Committee (UNC) in holding the first of their ‘Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) events. This event took place throughout the month of November and was focused around raising awareness of world poverty.

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  • One Kind Word

    Monday marked the beginning of our Anti-Bullying Week: 'One Kind Word'. The week raises awareness toward bullying, as a school, we aim to guide and support our students so they feel empowered to understand what bullyig is and why it is important to inform adults if bullying takes place in their own lives.

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  • International STEAM Day

    The growing awareness around the importance of STEAM is a reflection of our constantly changing world. With new technologies released every day, it is important to encourage students to become well versed in the fields of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics.

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  • Simply Outstanding

    We were absolutely delighted to receive official notification from Cambridge International Education (CIE) that one of our students has receive the very prestigious Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award. Now in Year 12, Jeongmin (Julie) Son, was characterised by CIE as being Top in the World for her result in IGCSE First Language Korean, a truly remarkable feat. Jeongmin and her family have been invited to attend the ‘Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award’ at a ceremony in Shenzhen on Tuesday 30th November.

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  • Bringing Smiles to the Elderly!

    The YCIS Chongqing ‘Smile Campaign' was inspired by Jayden Hayes, a child from America who lost both of his parents at a young age. Although devastated by this loss, Jayden still continued to spread his love around his own community.

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  • The Future for YCIS Chongqing

    This past Saturday, the doors of our wonderful new building were opened to provide parents with an opportunity to look at the new learning environment that has been created for our students. We had over 120 parents register for the event and despite a cold and rainy day, we thank those who were able to attend. Due to the numbers of parents who attended and mindful of supporting parents’ language needs, the groups of parents were toured around by the schools Senior Leadership Team and Support Staff.

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  • Going Wild in Chongqing

    Due to the current restrictions, we have been unable to provide a ‘camp’ experience for our students, as we know, camps are a great opportunity for children to discover new things and learn from a different perspective outside of the classroom. So instead of the students going on camp, we brought the camp to them as we continue to look for opportunities to support the development of new interests and new skills.

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  • Computing Award for YCIS Chongqing

    Common Sense, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children and families thrive in a world of media and technology, has recognised YCIS Chongqing as a Common Sense School.

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  • YCIS Chongqing Celebrates the Mid- Autumn Festival

    At YCIS Chongqing we are always looking for opportunities to celebrate traditional Chinese festivals in a unique way, while still maintaining the importance of these events within our calendar. This year our students have showcased their respect and recognition of Chinese culture as well as their good wishes to the people they miss and love, through creative designs and artwork throughout the campus.

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