Sharyn Yakas, Learning Support teacher recently highlighted milestones and tips parents should keep track of to know if their children are developing their reading skills.
Adapting to the New Normal
Anna Zikou, Secondary EAL teacher shared the lessons she learned adapting to the new normal with TimeOut Beijing Family. Click here to read more.
5 Tips to Improve Reading
Jane Martuneac Kang, Upper Primary Learning and Teaching Coordinator shared 5 Tips on how you can improve your child’s reading with Timeout Beijing Click here to read more.
Giving Students a Voice
Rebecca Flavin, the Head of English, EAL Teacher, shared how The Yew Chung International School of Beijing gives students the liberty to direct their own learning in a number of ways. Click here to read more.
How to Prepare Your Child for University
The Yew Chung International School of Beijing University Guidance Officer, Jonathan Mellen shared tips on how parents can prepare their children for University. Click here to read more.
Top Tips to Tackle the Challenges of Transition
Yew Chung International School of Beijing School Counsellor, Rachel George recently had her six tips for parents to tackle the challenges of transition published in Time Out Family.
Tackling Mental Health
At last year’s Global Community Day, where our community gathered on our campus to celebrate our international community, Lower Secondary students organised, with the support of their teachers, a wellness conference called “U R OK”, a project where they addressed different mental health challenges and also offered tips and advice on how to deal with them.
A Girl Likes To Write Poems Likes to Experiment
Our student, Deborah Qu was interviewed by JingKids to talk about some of her interests, which include writing poetry, playing the clarinet and charity work.
Minding the Gap: Making the Most of a Gap Year
YCIS Beijing alums, Katie Zhang Xiao Mu and Theodore Cui Xin Long have recently been featured in Time Out Family magazine, where they shared their Gap Year experiences.