Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong Students Own What They Eat
Global hunger and food waste are major global problems. Dulwich College Shanghai Pudong (DCSPD) student activists were determined to raise awareness about this issue, so DCSPD's Own What You Eat (OWYE) series was born. The inaugural event was held on November 14 and featured student service projects such as the Clean Plate Challenge which ran over two weeks in the Dining Hall and resulted in 20% less food waste across all three schools. The OWYE initiative will continue throughout the academic year with events to raise awareness about sustainability in line with the school's commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Have to Dance at Wellington College International Shanghai
At Wellington College International Shanghai, pupils from years 3 to 13 took to the stage on October 29-30 for the school's annual ‘Have to Dance’ competition. Students busted a groove in a variety of styles, such as traditional Chinese, Indian, hip-hop, K-pop, ballet, fusion, contemporary, Latin and show jazz. This year's revue reflected the rich diversity of the Wellington community school and underscored the fact that dance truly is for everyone.
Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi Officially Approved as SAT Test Center
Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi has been officially approved as an accredited SAT test center. Although proudly British in their heritage, Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi has a diverse student body with global aspirations. DCI students graduate worldwide, going on to continue their education at universities around the globe. Many Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi students consider the United States for their choice of university. “As we prepare for our first cohort of IB students here in Puxi, we are deepening our commitment to those families considering a pathway to the United States by becoming an officially accredited SAT testing center.” This is great news for the whole community.
NAIS Pudong Secondary Sports Day
NAIS Pudong campus was bursting with energy during their Secondary Sports Day. A day like this is a true testament to the inclusiveness, teamwork and friendly competition that exists at NAIS Pudong amongst their 4 Houses - 道 DAO (The Way), 德 DE (Integrity), 礼LI (Dignity) and 气QI (Energy).
New Leaders Appointed at YCIS Shanghai, Puxi
YCIS Shanghai is delighted to welcome two new Co-Principals, Ms Linda Li and Mr Ryan Peet, who will oversee the school's three campuses in Puxi. They are both thrilled to join the thriving YCIS Shanghai Puxi community and, together, lead the school forward for a successful future.
WISS Students Connect to Learning in a Real-World Context
Outdoor learning has many benefits for kids because students drive their knowledge through exploration, wonder and play. They are more engaged in learning, empowered to investigate and put their problem-solving skills into practice. Moreover, they develop kindness, leadership, self-esteem, communication skills and boost their concentration.
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