China has decided to impose sanctions on four people with U.S. institutional links who have acted viciously on issues related to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
In this Teachers in Profile Series, we speak to our educators to learn more about why they chose teaching as their vocation, about what plans they have for the future and why Wellington College was their school of choice. In this article from the series we discuss aspects of teaching and learning with Mr Peter Okwiri from Tianjin International Senior School.
Chinese and Italian Universities Release Research Report on China-Italian Civil Aviation Cooperation
Recently, Luiss Guido Carli, the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Italy and Nankai University in China jointly released a research report entitled the Role of China-Italian Civil Aviation Cooperation on the Development of Cultural Tourism Between the Two Countries Under the “B&R” Initiative—Taking the Development of China Eastern Airlines in Italy as an Example, and held a video conference
Many aspects of primary curriculum at Wellington College International Hangzhou are taught under the ‘umbrella’ of a series of fascinating themes, with aspects of geography, history, science, ITC, art, design technology, Chinese and English blended into the theme. The themes provide a rich tapestry from which the children’s love of learning and development are fostered.
Ms. Mhairi Macleod Year 2 Homeroom Teacher: I revisited the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl last year as part of my ‘Chocolate’ theme for year 4. I loved reading when I was young (still do!) and some of my favourite books were ones by Roald Dahl, but on reading it as an adult, I had many questions.
Here at Wellington College, an International school in Shanghai, application season is in full swing and our 2021 leavers have already received a range of excellent offers and opportunities at top-ranked universities.
Copy trade is very popular among most investors around the world since it was invented. Copy trade allows an investor to copy an advanced trader, which may help the investor optimize risk management, increase profits, and reduce losses.
Reading in the early years is so important. It goes without saying that developing a love of reading in children from an early age will prove so useful in their later life. In fact, enjoying books and reading stories from a very early age are crucial in the development of a child. Not only does reading help with their ability to understand words, but it encourages them to develop their imagination
As a Tianjin international School , The Wellington International Primary Curriculum (IPC) offers a wide range of project-based learning for our pupils. The programme complements our primary programme through the National Curriculum for England. Projects can be between 1-6 weeks and cover various aspects of learning through science, art, literature, and humanities. As part of the programme, pupils
At one of the best international schools in Shanghai, author Julian Sedgwick wowed Wellington Upper Prep English classes this week with a glimpse of his new novel, Tsunami Girl.