Sharing the Learning
October saw the end to the first of our ‘learning topics’ this year in most ECE and Primary classes. Learning Communities have been opening their doors and invited the parents to come and see what they had been learning.
YCIS Achieved Bronze Award From P4C
Philosophy for Children (P4C) is an inquiry based pedagogy where students take the lead and teachers facilitate. Through P4C we teach the children to be 21st Century thinkers and learners. P4C provides an exciting and innovative learning journey for all taking part. The students learn how to listen to other viewpoints and ideas, how to agree and disagree in a caring approach and how to communicate their own ideas and build on their thinking in a collaborative way.
Have You Got A Smile?
Smile Campaign is one of the most popular events at YCISCQ, it has become an annual tradition that students design a smile sticker and share them with our local community. We have found that giving a smile gets a smile in return, so we want to share as many smiles as possible!
Parent Workshop II – How Do We Learn from Play
Positive connections between parents and school have been shown to improve children’s academic achievement, social competencies and emotional well-being. When parents and teachers work as partners, children do better in school and at home.
Take a Bite!
Our YCIS Food Committee and staff representatives were recently invited to a ‘food tasting’ in the school Cafeteria, this provided our chef with some ideas to further develop our daily menu.
Say hello to our Primary Student Council Members
Over the last month each Learning Community voted for and selected 2 members of the Learning Community to represent their year level. These children will have the opportunity to share ideas from the students they represent and work together to continue to develop the school.
Double Ninth Festival Celebrations
The Double Ninth Festival is on the 9th day of September according to the Chinese lunar calendar. "Nine" is set as a positive number, and on the 9th of September we celebrate Double Ninth, also known as Chongjiu (double nine). On this day, Chinese people enjoy the beauty of chrysanthemums, drink chrysanthemum wine and eat Chongyang cakes.
90 seconds walk through – to honour a nearly 90 years old Yew Chung ECE
Founder’s Day, which is on October 9 this year, is a day we commemorate Madam Tsang Chor-hang, the founder of Yew Chung and Yew Wah schools. In 1932, with the mission of “honouring China”, Madam Tsang established a kindergarten in Hong Kong. Let’s learn about the development and philosophies of Yew Chung Early Childhood Education (ECE) through the following video.
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.