Enriching the School Experience: Co-curricular Activities
Our Co-curricular Activities strive to give YCIS Chongqing students an opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities, allowing them to broaden their fields of interest.
Egyptian Mummies in Magic
Our Year 7 Humanities students have been studying ‘Ancient Egypt’, looking specifically at how their lives are similar and different to our lives today. Students have also been fascinated to learn about the mummification process and the trials Egyptian people went through in order to make it to the afterlife.
YCYW Celebrate Founder’s Day and 88th Anniversary
On October 9, 2020, Yew Chung International Schools and Yew Wah International Education Schools celebrated Founder’s Day. Students, staff members and parents across the YCYW network in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Qingdao, Guangzhou, Tongxiang, Yantai, Rizhao, Shenzhen and Silicon Valley in the US, participated through a live steam to celebrate the 88th anniversary of YCYW.
Parent - Teacher - Student Interviews
YCIS Chongqing welcomed students and parents to our ‘settling in’ interviews on Monday 21st September. This was an opportunity for parents to meet new teachers, gain some insights into how their child(ren) is progressing and understand the expectations for them, as parents.
Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival at YCIS Chongqing
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a very popular event in our school calendar and is something that our students look forward to. At YCIS Chongqing, we celebrate this wonderful festival each year, embracing its tradition and for many, developing cultural awareness.
New Student Morning Tea
YCIS Chongqing aims to support the transition process for our new students by providing opportunities for them to meet new friends and teachers who can offer help and advice. On Wednesday 16th September, our new students and their invited ‘buddy’ gathered together for a special ‘morning tea’ to celebrate and welcome them to their new school.
Creative Minds are on Display
Recently, Year 6 Learning Community kicked off the start of their academic year with a Talent Show. Creativity was on display as 28 students exhibited their own unique gifts. Violinists played their favorite songs, pianist showed their magic fingers, models demonstrated the art of modeling, and mathematicians exhibited excellence. Amazing pieces of art, paintings, clay models, photography, and handmade items were showcased. Sports enthusiasts would have enjoyed the demonstrations of swimming, basketball, jump rope, golf (hole in one), fencing, roller blading, and the limbo!
2020-2021 Student Council
One of the hallmarks of our school is our exceptionally strong culture of fostering student leadership. There are multiple groups on campus that are dedicated to a range of focuses and causes, and impressively these groups are genuinely student led.
YCIS Primary Information Session
Sharing information about school procedures and policies is key to forming strong and positive relationships with parents. The first of such sessions took place on campus last week from August 26-28.