Shanghai School News Roundup: February 2021

By That's Shanghai, February 22, 2021

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Celebrating the Year of the Ox with Art, Dance and Music

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Wellington College International Shanghai celebrated the Spring Festival with a festive décor centered on the Ox. The school's youngest pupils marked the occasion with musical performances and an auction of original artworks that raised over RMB30,000 for charity. Festivities culminated in a dragon dance performed by year 7 pupils.

Making Virtual Reality a Reality at WISS

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WISS Grade 11 design students designed VR headsets for Primary students, allowing them to explore the world through a new lens without leaving their classroom. Virtual reality is one of the many technologies utilized at WISS to make learning more relevant, innovative and engaging.  WISS opens the door to a whole new world of learning.

Chinese New Year Celebration Week at NAIS Pudong

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Everywhere you looked there was a sea of red! NAIS Pudong staff and students embraced the chance to dress up in celebration of Chinese New Year in traditional costume or red colored clothes. Each student made a small charitable donation to dress up and all the money raised will go to support the fantastic work at Heart to Heart.

New Award and SSIS Scholarships Open for Application

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Shanghai Singapore International School Scholarships are now open for applications. The scholarships are intended to motivate and recognize the best students, as well as attract other new high achieving students who lead, excel academically, are talented in a sport or music or students who care about the world and the people around them. For more information and to apply, visit www.ssis.asia/admissions/ssis-scholarships.

Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi 1st IGCSE Cohort Receive 100% A and A*

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Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi is proud to congratulate its Year 11 students for achieving an exceptional set of IGCSE results in the autumn round of examinations: 100% of grades were A or A*. The great results are recognition of the hard work put in by both the students and their teachers. Of course, academic excellence is so much more than examination results. More than anything Dulwich College is proud of their students for their commitment to embracing all of the opportunities afforded them, both academic and co-curricular. These students are a great reflection of the College values: Aim High. Work Hard. Be Kind and Respectful. Make a Difference. Now they look forward to their future IGCSE results later in the academic year.  


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