A teacher's day
Welcome to YCIS Educator Alice Campbell's e-learning classroom.Learn more about her new daily routine during this challenging time!Together we can do it!
CCDD Updated e-learning
Learn more about how our Christian and Community Development Division is handling e-learning to support our students and community during this challenging time in our city.
Message from our School Leadership Team
This is an extraordinarily challenging time for all of us parents, students and educators. But we are standing firm together as one community in this unusually testing time.We would like to assure you that as a school, we have everyone’s wellbeing at the heart of everything we do. We are fully committed to making teaching and learning continue, we are also committed to doing our best to support our YCIS families. We look forward to the day when normality resumes and seeing the students on the campuses again.Thank you for your support and keep stay healthy!
YCIS Top Student Michelle Lo Shared Tips for Success in Preparing for IGCSE
Michelle Lo, one of the students scoring 10A*s in the recent IGCSE exam, says “I was really happy when I realized that I’ve got the results that I wanted.” Sharing how she prepares for the IGCSE exams, she states, “The biggest thing I’ve learnt from IGCSE is not to procrastinate, and have time management because there are a lot of deadlines and exams in IGCSE. I really learn how to balance my time and take care of all the assignments on time without stressing out.” In fact, Chinese language has always been a challenge to her as only English is spoken at home. Chinese appears as a second language for her. However, as the Chinese subject is taught in Putonghua at the School, students can study within a bilingual learning environment. This helps to prepare her well for the exam. Considering that, it is conceivable how difficult the Chinese exam (First language) may seem to Michelle.
YCIS Student Received 10A*s and Thrived in 2019 IGCSE Exams
Hong Kong, August 16, 2019 – Congratulations to the Year 11 students on their International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) results announced today. Three students achieved 10A*/As. Four students scored 9A*/As. Another 9 students scored A* or A in 8 subjects. Other YCIS’s students have also received remarkable results in the IGCSE exams.
YCIS Students’ Achievements in IB Exam 2019
For the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma exams held in May 2019, we are delighted to announce that 1 of our students achieved the score of 44 points, and 17 of them (14.3%) gained 40 points or above. The results published here are provisional because some appeal cases are still being processed.
YCIS Awarded Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Gold Award for 9th Consecutive Year
Yew Chung International School (YCIS) is again widely recognised by the community for its trustworthiness and credibility. Voted as the Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand, YCIS won the Gold Award for nine continuous years in the category of “International School” since 2011.
YCIS Arts Educator Presents Tips on Delivering High-Quality Arts Education
Head of Creative Art Department of YCIS Hong Kong, Mr Jacques Thomass, also an IBDP Visual Art Principal Examiner was recently invited to present in the Asia Region Workshop for Art Educators (ARWAE) 2018 on the topic of “Unpacking the IB Visual Art assessment”. As one of the leading instructors, he gave insights and guidelines on how to best prepare the students and the essential assessment requirements. The informative workshops and the professional exchange resulted in greater enthusiasm and innovative practices for the visual arts classroom, invigorating teaching performance across the region. Through the workshop, the outstanding quality of the YCIS creative art community was also made known among the international schools in Asia.
YCIS Adventure Corps Cadets Programme Launched to Cultivate All-Round Leadership
It was a very exciting moment for the newly formed YCIS Adventure Corps Cadets as they lined up to take delivery of their new Cadet uniforms. With guidance from members from the Hong Kong Adventure Corps Squadron, YCIS Staff and even the Executive Principal Mr. Martin Scott, the students couldn’t help their excitement as they got changed into their official attire.