What is the Purpose of Child's Play?
There is wider appreciation these days for the importance of “play and exploration”, as supported in a Hong Kong government announcement on 28 February 2017.
Successful World Classroom Eco-Project Recognised By European Commission
The World Classroom programme offered at YCIS aims to extend students’ learning beyond the confines of the school campus and allow them to gain greater experience in a diverse range of countries across the globe.
Mini Scottish University Fair
On Friday, March 10 we were privileged that a selection of the following leading universities from Scotland participated in our Mini Scottish University Fair. University representatives from St Andrews, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Strathclyde and Heriot-Watt were available to answer questions from the public and our Upper Secondary students about the subjects and courses available, the application process, give valuable advice, as well as address any areas of concerns, e.g. living costs and scholarships.
Michael Tong Captures Gold Medal at Hong Kong Inter-School Chess Championships 2017
Congratulations to our Year 12 student Michael Tong for capturing the Gold medal at the Hong Kong Inter-School Chess Championships on February 19, 2017.
Year 13 IB Student Delighted with Multiple Early Offers from World’s Leading Universities
Year 13 IB student Alice Wang, has recently received early conditional offers from Cambridge, HKU, LSE, UCL and many other leading universities. Adopting a carefully considered strategy with Nick Strong, her University Guidance Office Counsellor has been an invaluable part of the process. Alice discusses her early offers and shares her experience of university application procedures around the world.
A Look Inside a Three-Year-Old YCIS Class
During the first semester our kindergarten children settled down comfortably, they made valued connections with each other and began to thrive in our child-led stimulating bilingual environment. Our unique research-based early childhood education programme is enjoyed by children aged 6 months to age five.
Celebrating Chinese New Year in YCIS Style
At YCIS we embrace our heritage and the surrounding Chinese culture, within our international education and bilingual environment throughout the academic year. But, the intensity of the depth of appreciation increased during Chinese Culture Day on Thursday 26 January. All our campuses, from kindergarten, Primary to Secondary, were buzzing with excitement as we are on the verge of bringing in the New Year of the Rooster.
YCIS Early Childhood Brings Special Caregivers’ Workshop
At the core of our Early Childhood Education (ECE) programme, we aim to provide a warm and loving environment, as we believe that positive relationships are the foundation from which all learning can happen and be extended. These relationships include the children and the families, the teachers in our school, all working together to create a joyful, learning kindergarten. For us, this extends to the family’s caregivers too.
YCIS Early Childhood Education Grandparents’ Workshop
At YCIS the early childhood education section (ECE) cherish the home-school partnership to enrich the young child’s learning and development journey. Not only do we organise many parent workshops but also one for care-givers and grandparents. We are lucky to have a strong support network with our little students’ grandparents living in Hong Kong. We value their inclusion in their grandchild’s path. YCIS ECE is a play-based and child-led bilingual environment.