Recently, the Grade 3 students had lots of fun in school activities. However, was it just for fun? Actually, they learned a lot from those activities. They were eager to engage with their parents when they back home. This is the charm of IB. Students can learn from playing, which will allow them to memory better, and create endless learning desires rather than just learning in class.
On the afternoon of March 8, SLIS hosted a charity project on Chinese literature, which was sponsored by the Shenzhen Federation of Literature and Art. Mr. Zhou Qixing, a famous writer of children's literature, was invited to present a lesson in Chinese.
Cultural events on an international theme run throughout the entire school year, during which we will celebrate traditional festivals with our teachers and students from different countries and regions. Pancake Day is a British tradition that originated in the town of Olney, Buckinghamshire, England in 1445. On Pancake Day in February or March, a Pancake Race is held throughout Britain. In addition to the United Kingdom, Sweden, Brazil, Ireland and some other countries also have the tradition of celebrating the Pancake Day. So how did the teachers and students of SLIS spend this festival on Thursday?
Shenwai Longgang International School is committed to the rigour and the rounded values of the International Baccalaureate programme,
developing students who have a clear sense of moral purpose.
At SLIS we are nurturing leaders in technology who are global networkers, with a strong grounding in Chinese culture.