Top IB Scoring Twins Philip and Johnson speaks with TOPick
“We are proud of our students’ achievements and joyfully share the interview video and article by TOPick of The Hong Kong Economic Times for our IB top scorers: twin brothers Philip Lee and Johnson Lee. Click here to read about their study tips, future plans and how the school has supported them.”
One of Our Top IB Scorers Speaks with HKET
Two YCIS students achieved a perfect score of 45 points in the IB exam of June 2020. Hong Kong Economic Times (HKET) TOPICK had interviewed one of the top scorer, Christy Yuen. Click here to read the full article.
Year 11 Student Ada Wong Receives 11A*/As for IGCSE Exams
Congratulations to our Year 11 student Ada Wong for achieving 11A*/As in her IGCSE exams! Ada hopes to study engineering or natural sciences at an overseas university. Click here to learn more about her tips for studying and relaxation.
Responding with Compassion and Urgency, YCIS Steps Up Its Social Responsibility in Challenging Times
Yew Chung International School is offering up to 25% in tuition fee assistance or deferral for eight months to support parents acutely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mommy's Express Weekly: YCIS' Child-centred Education Approach
Lately, our ECE Co-Principals Gladys Au and Clayton Mullins talked to a local parenting magazine Mommy’s Express Weekly and shared with readers on how children can benefit from a child-centred and play-based education approach.
YCIS Student Michelle Lo Interviewed on how to get 10A* in IGCSE 2019
Michelle Lo, a Year 11 student at YCIS, is one of the two students who achieved 10A*s in the recent IGCSE exam. 14 students also scored 8As or above. Out of 121 students sitting for the IGCSE exams, 93% of them were awarded distinctions or merits. 38 students received distinction.
SCMP: A Child-Centred Approach in the Early Years is Essential for Future Success
YCIS was recently featured in South China Morning Post (SCMP), a local English media, to discuss why a child-centred education approach in early years is essential to children's future success.
Two YCIS Students Received 10As in IGCSE Exams 2018
Of the 117 students sitting for IGCSE exams this year, 2 students received 10As, 6 students got 9As and 11 students obtained 8As (A* & A). Our Executive Principal Martin Scott congratulated the students for their excellence, believing that it is also the collective effort of the School, students, teachers and parents. They will be fully supported by the School for their IB studies. Two top students, Americana Chen and Leo Liu were part of the Chinese debate team. Americana was also one of our scholarship recipients for overall achievement. Leo highly appreciated the abundant learning opportunities given by the School to accumulate diverse experience.
A Class Struggle Won
We are proud to share YCIS Chief Executive and School Supervisor Dr Betty Chan’s interview in South China Morning Post published on 7th April 2018. “It is really through teacher training that we can have the greatest impact on our community,” Speaking to SCMP, Dr Chan shared her pioneering journey on innovating the local kindergarten education with “play-based” pedagogy plus no homework in 1970s and how she navigated through a sea of daunting comments by holding on to her beliefs. Taking the milestone of 85th anniversary, Dr Chan identified a paradigm shift in teacher education as necessary, and went on elaborating on her aspiration of the “B to B” (Baby to Bachelor’s) concept as a way to realise YCEF’s pedigree of nurturing future generations from infancy and tertiary, plus the launching of Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education next academic year upon government approval. Taking one step further, we aim to create a holistic educational environment ranging from professional development, academic and practitioner research to parent-community education and outreach especially for those underprivileged young children.