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G Level Project Presentations – Successful Conclusion to the Semester

On Wednesday Dec 2, as a final conclusion to the semester-long cross-curricular project, the Mathematics Department hosted our first-ever G Level Project Presentations in the Auditorium, inviting the whole school staff and all of G1 and G2 students to be audience members. The presenting groups were selected to be the best among their peers to […]

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Book Review: The Deepest Well on Children’s Mental Health by Dr Nadine Burke Harris

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris’s research is about how deeply our bodies can be imprinted by ACEs—adverse childhood experiences like abuse, neglect, parental addiction, mental illness, and divorce. Childhood adversity changes our biological systems, and lasts a lifetime. For anyone who has faced a difficult childhood, or who cares about the millions of children who do,

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Creative Writing Success at SCIE!

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Maya Angelou The recent Halloween creative writing competition yielded some inspirational entries! Students from G1 to A2 submitted work, with the final three winners being selected from over fifty entries. Competitors were asked to write a three-hundred-word short story, beginning with the intriguing

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Sparking Ideas of English Debate, We Learned along the Way

At the vibrant beginning of November, the ETC(English Teaching Club) from SCIE was invited to a lively and enthusiastic teaching session in Yitian Elementary School. The activity is endorsed and supported by the special commissioners from the Shenzhen Local Education Bureau. Two of the commissioners presented the teaching sessions as observers and had provided constructive

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Mathematics | New Step in the Right Direction — Project-Based Learning in the Classroom

It is widely known in educational literature that implementing inquiry-based learning approaches in Mathematics improved the outcomes of high achieving students. The holistic development of the human being is just as essential as their academic performance in school, in fact they go hand in hand! Students acquire essential life skills in the learning process such

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Mock US Election Event

Previous Next To boost the whole school’s interest in recent political events, the SCIE Politics Club launched the Mock US Election event. Students from the entire school had voted from one of the presidential candidates last week in PSHE class, and today, on November the 3rd, the result of who was elected by SCIE staff

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Oxbridge Sociology: class debate

Thanks our students Jacky 5066 and Ekat 5009 led the discussion in Mr. Richard’s Sociology class. The topic of Jacky’s discussion is SHOULD WE REJECT THE BELIEF THAT MIGHT IS RIGHT? A discussion about the belief ‘Might is right’ which introduced the historical development of this idea, from Pindar’s naturalistic principle to Social Darwinism coined by

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