We started preparing for U2NESCO 2018 last academic year. We started from ordering extra materials to prepare for the following year and planning our conference’s general structure. Early October we started inviting and arranging external school applications. Organizing their delegates to our different committees. Our preparation then ranged from budgeting … Continue reading
Year 3 and 4 students are (literally!) testing the waters at UISZ. Under the guidance of Ron James, secondary DP ESS and Chemistry teacher, primary students learned how to test tap water for pollutants, then expanded the experiment and tested the waters on the campus lakes.
The Year 3,4,5 and 6 touch rugby players have been training for nine weeks now. They have been learning how to play during Tuesday CCA time and preparing for the inaugural Primary School Touch Rugby Cobras Cup. This is an in-house competition involving four teams. This year, our teams are … Continue reading
by Laurence Chung photos by Danny Jo, Rosie Lee, Laurence Chung, and Sean Holt On November 30, Year 8 students, under the guidance of Ms. George, organized an afternoon tea party for UISZ’s ayi’s. This is a AFS (Action for Service) idea is from Mickey Jo. The purpose of this … Continue reading
Service is an integral part of who we are at UISZ; but students aren’t the only ones developing their skills while becoming active and caring members of local and global communities. Jon DenHartigh, Art/Design teacher, presented the staff and students with an opportunity last month to get involved in a … Continue reading
Early years students are enjoying their new outdoor toys.
TOEFL students have been engaged in a vocabulary competition for English comprehension and production of language on the exam. The activity will enable them to understand a wide range of academic and conversational words, and to develop fluency in speaking and writing.
DP History and TOK teacher, and Deputy Head of Boarding, Stephen Chatelier, had the opportunity this week to attend a symposium at Hong Kong University on Philosophical Perspectives on Teacher Education: East Meets West. He was among sixteen academics – coming from areas such as New Zealand, Canada, the Phillipines, … Continue reading