Newsletter 23 January 2015

Dear YK Pao School Community,

It does not seem very cold in Shanghai this year as snow appeared in January and February in the past years. Compared to before, the temperature now is relatively high. However, we still need to take good care of ourselves when the weather changes.

Organised and coordinated by the Music Department, we invited several performing artists to perform Suzhou pingtan for our students during the morning assembly this past Monday. As part of Chinese Culture, this opportunity also enables our students experience a new local opera, which combines storytelling and ballad singing in the Suzhou dialect. There are substantial numbers of teachers and students interested in this folk art form and the Chinese traditional musical instruments.

During this busy end-of-semester review week, students have been taking summative assessments for some subjects, and it’s really pleasant to see them trying their best to improve themselves in academic areas and show their learning abilities to the utmost extent. Well done! Starting from this semester, we are presenting a new format for the school report. With the development and further applying of our internal management system, we would like to provide a better service for YK Pao parents. Expect from the report for parents and students will also be able to log in Power School to check the formative assessments results and grades.

The last two weeks of the semester will be very productive. A reading programme organised by the Chinese Team will last for two weeks, and we are looking forward to seeing parents coming for the Y1 and Y2 Maths activities. In addition, the PCL/PEL students may be involved in baking next week. We hope that our parents can support their child’s learning until the very end of this semester, as it’s important to cultivate a sense of responsibility of carrying on through firmly to the end on what they’ve started; which is their learning in school over the semester.

We will welcome around 300 prospective parents to join the second parents information session held on this Saturday. It is the effort coming from every single member of the community that makes YK Pao School more and more popular.

Have a nice weekend!

Kindle

Many students are using Kindles or other E-readers to enjoy some of their reading content. Although we have a policy that students do not bring electronic devices to school, we also understand that these popular devices may in fact hold their daily home reading. Therefore, we have decided to relax the policy and allow Kindles and e-readers at school; however, parents and students must understand that they are still the sole responsibility of the student. The school cannot take responsibility for lost or damaged Kindles and E-readers. Should your child wish to bring one to school, they may ask their class teacher, for advice on where to store it safely.

Monkey Bar Area

After a few weeks’ waiting, the Monkey Bar area has reopened on January 20th. The process to make this area safer for students to play in included digging out the ground around this area and filling it in with recycled rubber chips. The ground is now very soft and spongy which will absorb the fall should anyone have an accident. We will use this area for Year 2 and Year 3 as before. Though the safety of monkey bar area has been improved, we would like students play properly without dangerous actions. It will be very helpful that parents also remind the child of it at home.

Message from the Library

Dear Parents

Chinese New Year holiday is approaching!

The research is clear that children who don’t read during holidays can lose up to THREE months of reading progress! That’s why we encourage you and your little ones to keep the habit of reading during the long Chinese New Year holiday.

Starting from February 2, every student is welcome to borrow up to 5 books. However, to ensure the whole of our Library collections, we’d like to ask all Library items to be returned BEFORE January 30. Please keep in mind that all Library items should be returned immediately to the Library on the first day when school starts on March 2. Any items that are not returned by then will be seen as overdue loans.

Just in case you missed our previous newsletters, there are a lot of varieties available in our Library, including audio books, magazines, and online e-resources, to enrich your child’s reading experience. For more information, please visit our Library website: http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/primary_library

Lastly, the Library team wishes you and your family a very Happy Chinese New Year!!

Eleanor Chen

Teacher Librarian

Message from the Music Department

Music Schedule for the End of this Semester

  • ALL AFTER SCHOOL EP and Music activities finish this Friday.

This includes:

Rock Band

Wind Band

Orchestra

  • Saturday programme finishes this Saturday EXCEPT for the TIBETAN ASSEMBLY REHEARSALS – There is still a rehearsal for this in the auditorium on Saturday 31st January and this will be with the Tibetan school children.
  • ALL BEFORE SCHOOL AND LUNCHTIME MUSIC ACTIVITIES will continue through next week, finishing on Friday 30th January with the exceptions of English Choir and cello group.

English Choir Auditions

Those who are not currently in English Choir, we will be holding auditions on Monday lunchtime. Anyone interested should go to the Auditorium on Monday lunchtime at 12:30.

Cello Players

Chinese ensemble is looking for two cellists to join them next semester. The rehearsals take place at 10:00-11:00 on Saturday mornings. Anyone interested should contact Ms. Leef (leef.liu@ykpapschool.cn) as soon as possible.

Woodwind and Brass Players

Mr. Dominic is looking for any woodwind or brass players to join Wind Band. Anyone interested should see him as soon as possible.

Performance Assemble

This coming Monday’s assembly is our monthly performance assembly.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITY FOR SINGERS NOT TO BE MISSED!

A reminder that we have the renowned Ralph Allwood, previously Director of Music at Eton College, England and founder of the celebrated Eton Choral Courses coming to YK Pao School in the summer with some of his expert singing trainers to run a singing course for any keen singers aged 8 – 15.

For further details, please go to the YK Pao website and look under the Summer Camp section – you need to click on the left where it actually says “Junior Choral Course” to find the downloadable brochure which is at:

http://www.ykpaoschool.cn/junior-choral-course

We are looking for 60 – 80 young singers. This course is not just for students at YK Pao School. We are advertising this throughout Shanghai and it is open to anyone in this age range who is enthusiastic and would like to attend.

Message from PE Department

Upcoming Sports Events:

January 2015

Sat 24th – U11 Basketball at SHSID  (postponed until Semester 2)

Sat 31st – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Primary

March

Sat 7th – U11 Football at SCL

Sat 14th – U11 Girls Football at WISS

Thu 19th – 22nd – U11, U13, U15 Football Tour to Singapore

Sat 21st – U11 Basketball at YKPS Primary

Sat 28th – Track and Field at Soong Ching Ling and Tennis at SHS (ID)

April

Sat 11th – U11 Football at Soong Ching Ling

Sat 18th – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Secondary

May

Sat 9th – U11 Football at WISS and Cross Country Running at YKPS Secondary

Sat 16th – Swimming at Wellington College and U11 Badminton at SHSID

Sat 23rd – Track and Field at YKPS Secondary and Table Tennis at SHSID

Sat 30th – U11 Girls football at SUIS Hongqiao

June

Sat 6th – Fencing at YKPS Primary

各位包校集体成员,

今年上海的冬天感觉并不是很冷,往年一、二月份都有雪花在申城出现,而现已一月下旬气温仍相对偏高。尽管如此,还请大家关注天气,照顾好自己。

 

本周一,在音乐部门的组织安排下,我们请来了苏州评弹团的专业演员在包校集会上为孩子们表演苏州评弹,给了他们一次感受吴侬软语的机会,借此孩子们也领略了中国文化的另一侧面-地方戏曲。有相当一部分老师和学生对此曲艺形式和中国传统乐器的演奏很感兴趣。

在紧张忙碌的期末测评周里,学生们对部分学科有了一个总结性评估,我们也很高兴地看到学生们尽力在学术领域赶超自我,争取最大限度地展示自己的学习能力。他们真的很棒!本学期起,我们的报告卡形式也有新改变,我们会通过学校内部管理系统的不断深入应用,为家长提供更完善的服务。今后,除了报告卡之外,我们还希望为家长和学生提供电子账号以便大家进入Power School看到学生的过程性测评成绩和等第。

包校最后两周的活动依然非常丰富。语文组的“大阅读项目”将整整持续两周,数学组一、二年级的活动也期待家长的积极参与;PCL/PEL的孩子会在下周外出,有“烘焙”活动等候他们。我们希望家长支持孩子的学习直至学期最后一天即2月6日!培养孩子有始有终、有责任意识地对待自己学习的态度也是很重要的。

本周末,我们将迎来面向近300名未来家长的第二场信息发布会。包校在大家的努力下越来越炙手可热。

祝各位周末愉快!

电子书阅读器

许多学生使用Kindles或其他电子书阅读器享受阅读的乐趣。尽管我们有政策规定学生不应该带电子产品来校,但我们也能理解事实上孩子们在家时就是通过这些设备进行日常阅读的。因此我们决定放宽政策,允许学生在校使用Kindles和其他电子阅读器。但是,家长和学生都需明白,学校将不对这些阅读器的损坏和丢失负责,孩子们应该承担起妥善保管的责任。如果您的孩子希望将电子阅读器带来学校,他/她可以咨询一下班主任老师存放在哪里比较安全。

攀爬架区域

经过几周的等待,攀爬架区域已于1月20日正式向学生们重新开放。为了让攀爬架区域更安全,在施工过程中我们把整个区域挖深并填入了可回收利用的橡胶碎片。现在这个区域的地面非常柔软且富有弹性,发生意外时能缓解坠落时的冲力。这个区域还是跟之前一样,供二、三年级使用。尽管攀爬架区域的安全性现已提高,但我们仍希望学生能适度玩耍、不做危险性动作。我们希望家长能配合老师在家也做好提醒工作。

来自图书馆的信息

亲爱的家长们,

春节已离我们越来越近了!

研究表明,那些在假期中不读书的孩子将会落后读书的孩子三个月的阅读进度。这也是为什么我们鼓励您和您的孩子在即将到来的假期中保持阅读的习惯。

从2月2日开始,每位学生可以到图书馆借阅最多5本书籍。然而,为了盘点所有图书馆的馆藏,我们需要您先在1月30日前归还所有图书馆的物品。请记住,所有假期前借阅的物品必须在开学后第一天(3月2日)立即归还至图书馆。所有未在此日归还的物品都将被视为已超期。

如果您错过了前几次的校长来信,您可以通过访问图书馆网站获取详细信息。网址:http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/primary_library 图书馆有大量的各类书籍供大家选择,包括有声读物、杂志和在线资源等。

最后,图书馆全体成员祝您和您的家人新春愉快!

Eleanor Chen

图书馆教师

来自音乐组的信息

本学期音乐活动安排表

  • 所有的课后EP拓展课以及音乐团体活动将于本周五结束

其中包括:摇滚乐队、管乐团、弦乐团

  • 本周六是本学期最后一次周六音乐课。但是参加西藏合唱活动排练的学生在1月31日下周六还有一次最终的彩排,彩排地点为西楼五楼的礼堂,这次彩排将会和西藏当地来的孩子们一同进行。
  • 除了英文合唱团以及中午的大提琴集体课,所有的课前及午间音乐小组课下周都将继续上课。这些课程将于1月30日周五结束。

英文合唱团面试

针对那些目前不是英文合唱团成员但又希望加入的学生,我们将于下周一的午休时间组织一次英文合唱团面试。请希望参加面试的学生于下周一中午1230到礼堂集合

大提琴手

中国民乐团需要招募两位大提琴手在下学期加入中国民乐团。中国民乐团的排练时间为每周六上午10:00—11:00。有兴趣参加的同学请尽快联系音乐组刘老师 leef.liu@ykpaoschool.cn

木管及铜管乐手

Dominic老师希望招募一些吹奏木管乐器或铜管乐器的乐手加入管乐团。有兴趣参加的学生请尽快到音乐办公室找他报名。

音乐早集会

下周一的早集会是本月的音乐早集会。

热爱歌唱的孩子们不可错过的暑期活动!

友情提醒,著名的英国伊顿公学前音乐总监、伊顿公学合唱班创办人拉尔夫·奥伍德先生在今夏将协同他的声乐专家团队来到包校,他们将开设一个合唱课程,此课程面向所有8-15岁热爱歌唱的孩子们。

大家可以登录包校官网,进入“暑期活动”分页面,然后点击左侧的“少年合唱班”获取详细信息并且可下载活动宣传手册。大家也可以直接点击下面的链接:

http://www.ykpaoschool.cn/junior-choral-course

我们计划招收60-80名小歌手。该课程不仅仅面向包校的孩子,我们在全上海范围内做了招生宣传,任何符合年龄范围并且热爱歌唱想要参加的孩子都可以报名。

来自体育部的信息

接下来的各项比赛:

20151

1月24日,周六: 11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在上海中学国际部举行(延后至第二学期举行)

1月31日,周六:排球比赛在包校小学部举行

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3月7日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

3月14日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

3月19-22日:11岁、13岁和15岁以下年龄段球队前往新加坡参加足球比赛

3月21日,周六:11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在包校小学部举行

3月28日,周六:田径比赛在宋庆龄学校举行;网球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

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4月11日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

4月18日,周六:排球比赛在包校中学部举行

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5月9日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

越野比赛在包校中学部举行

5月16日,周六:游泳比赛在惠灵顿国际学校举行

11岁以下年龄段羽毛球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月23日,周六:田径比赛在包校中学部举行

乒乓球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月30日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在协和双语学校虹桥校区举行

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6月6日,周六:击剑比赛在包校小学部举行

Newsletter 16 January 2015

Dear YK Pao School Community,

It has been a week of alternating rain and sunshine; however, the capricious weather didn’t affect students and staff that much as lots of activities and events were conducted methodically. Mr. Mike Spencer left for UK this Tuesday to attend two recruitment fairs there; he will be back at school on 27th of January. Let’s wish him all the best there!

The school organised two information sessions for over 200 prospective parents this week. It seems the new Y1 students will also face fierce competition in admission. The parents have been able to meet subject coordinators and some existing parents. Big thanks to 19 volunteer parents who supported these two events.

The last PTA meeting of the semester was held on Tuesday. A lot of important information, reviews and summaries were shared in one and a half hour. We’ve given feedback on uniform, water quality and cooking oil, and class reps will pass the message to his/her class. After Winter Holiday, there will be an information meeting organised by General Services Department in March, any interested parents are welcome to attend.

The End-of-Semester Review Week is scheduled next week, whilst the EP classes will be finished successively from 19th – 22nd of January. Please note that students will leave school after lunch on Friday, January 23rd.

The very last day of this semester is February 6th, which is only 3 weeks away for us. We hope that our students can carry the learning through to the end. This is another way to show being responsible.

Have a nice weekend!

International Schools Assessment (ISA)

The International Schools Assessment (ISA) will take place on February 4th and 5th for students in Year 3, 4 and 5. Some parents, who are leaving early for the holidays, have asked if students can make up the test or take the test earlier.

Regrettably, the school cannot allow students to take the ISA other than on the set days as previously stated in the homework diary and parent handbook.  The reasons are:

1.   We cannot replicate the test conditions. It involves timetabling changes that affect teachers, students and recess times.

2.   We would not like students to discuss the content of the assessment.

Absences for either day cannot be made up. In the student’s individual ISA report, there will be no results for the sections missed. Absence for both days will mean no individual ISA report.

The ISA is an important benchmarking assessment that tracks students as they progress from Y3 up to Y10. Please could parents keep travel plans in the scheduled school holiday times, so students do not miss these assessments.

End-Semester Review Week

The End-Semester Review week is scheduled on 19th – 23st January, and the timetable is attached with the newsletter for your reference.

End-Semester Assessment Timetable_ January 19th-23rd

Pastoral Care Corner

This week for the Pastoral Care Corner, I thought I would once again ask some of our resident parents who are also teachers to give us some advice on parenting that works for them at home. Attached are some tips from our principal Ms Chen, Ms Sarah, Ms Victoria, Ms Clare, Ms Kate and Mr Dominic. If you have any helpful parenting tips that you would like to share with our school community, please feel free to send them to me.

Pastoral Care Corner Jan 16 2015

Message from the Library

Dear Parents,

Please share your child’s excitement when s/he brings you a Baker Book Club catalogue. We have just started our Spring Book Club with Baker Books. You are able to choose your child’s (and yours! There are some good selections for parents as well) next favourite book(s) together and place an order ONLINE! No need to worry about the lost money on the way to school or on the playground. If, unfortunately, your little one has lost the catalogue, you are still able to read the e-catalogue at: http://parentpay.bakerbooks.co.uk/clubs/YKPCHA2

The deadline for placing your book order is January 24, 2015. Please be reminded that your order will arrive at YK Pao in approximately 6 weeks, and that the Library does NOT take money from your child(ren) for Baker Book Club.

Happy Book Shopping!

Eleanor Chen

Teacher Librarian

Message from Extension Programs Office

We are pleased to report that our November information session presented by Ralph Allwood, former Director of Music at Eton College and founder of the Eton Choral Courses, was much appreciated and supported by parents. We have subsequently received many enquiries regarding the course. Registration has now begun for the Junior Choral Course, which will run from July 26 to August 2, 2015. We have also sent emails regarding an Early Bird discount to those parents who may be interested in the course. Please kindly check your email to receive the pertinent information. Thank you!

EP Showcase

EP will be finished on 19th-22nd Jan, 2015. Parents are welcomed to observe your child’s class during Jan 19th to 22nd from 4pm-5pm.

According to school calendar, there will be no EP classes on 23rd; however, a compact EP performance will be held at 2:30pm that afternoon in the auditorium. Some of the EP classes, such as Ballet, Chinese Musical Theater, Jazz dance etc, will put on a show. Please check the email from EPO for more details later on.

In addition, the EP application form for next semester has been sent to you on January 12th. Please check your email and return the form to the Extension Programs Office before 23rd January 2015.

Volunteer host families for Junior Chinese Camp (Day Camp)

The 8th YK Pao School Junior Chinese Camp (Day Camp) will take place this coming July at our Primary Division. Children aged 5-11 from around the world will be coming to Pao School to learn Chinese and experience Chinese culture. Some of them will stay with local families to learn about Chinese culture, share cultures and make friends. We are currently looking for volunteer families to host our campers.

The dates of the camp are as follows:

Session 1: June 29th – July 10th, 2015

Session 2: July 13th – July 24th, 2015

Volunteer host families should be native Chinese speakers.

Please contact Ms. Joanna Li at our Extension Programs Office if you would like to host a summer camp student, or wish to learn more about our program:
61671999*1*8110, joanna.li@ykpaoschool.cn

Desk Calendar

There are still a few remaining copies of the 2015 desk calendar. This edition features specially-selected photos contributed by the Pao School community. It’s a showcase for the very best that Pao School has to offer, and a great souvenir! Calendars are available at the Uniform Rooms at Primary and Secondary Division at 15 RMB each. Be sure to pick one up today!

Message from the Music Department

This Monday we will have a performance given by the Su Zhou Ping Tan group.

This month’s Assembly Recital will take place on Monday 26th January at 08:15 in the auditorium.

TIBETAN SCHOOL CHILDREN TO SING WITH YK PAO IN LAST WEEK OF TERM

There are still spaces for students to sing in this event, but they will need to turn up this Saturday (17th January). A reminder that we are looking for keen singers from our choirs in years 3 to 5 to work with 16 students from the Tongta Youth Theatre, which is located in YuShu, Qinghai province in Tibet, to prepare at least one Tibetan song for a whole school assembly on Tuesday 3rd, February.

The rehearsals will be as follows:

Saturday 17th January         (Auditorium)                        10:00 – 12:00

Saturday 24th January         (Gym)                         10:00 – 12:00

Saturday 31st January          (Auditorium)                        10:00 – 12:00

The rehearsals will be taken by Tibetan Music Teachers and at least one of the songs will feature in the assembly on 3rd February.

The assembly will also feature other songs sung by the Tibetan children, a song from Chinese Choir and a video presentation of where the Tibetan students come from.

This will be a truly amazing experience for those who wish to take part. The music is challenging and students will get tuition from teachers who know the music well.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITY FOR SINGERS NOT TO BE MISSED!

A reminder that we have the renowned Ralph Allwood, previously Director of Music at Eton College, England and founder of the celebrated Eton Choral Courses coming to YK Pao School in the summer with some of his expert singing trainers to run a singing course for any keen singers aged 8 – 15.

For further details, please go to the YK Pao website and look under the Summer Camp section – you need to click on the left where it actually says “Junior Choral Course” to find the downloadable brochure which is at:

http://www.ykpaoschool.cn/junior-choral-course

We are looking for 60 – 80 young singers. This course is not just for students at YK Pao School. We are advertising this throughout Shanghai and it is open to anyone in this age range who is enthusiastic and would like to attend.

Message from the Art Department

Happy New Year! During this semester Miss Sara has been holding an art club for year two and three, it has been a lot of fun and Miss Sara wishes to continue this club over the second semester. Check out Tuding from year three in action working on their art club Mandala.

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Exciting News! Beginning next Friday Lois Lin and Miss Kellie will begin art club for Year Four and Five on Fridays at lunchtime from 12.10-12.45. We look forward to seeing some of you there.

Message from PE Department

Well Done!

Well done to the YKPS Badminton Team chaperoned by Ms. Lucy and coached by Y5 Marshall. They participated in their first SSSA tournament last weekend and brought home medals for everyone! A big thank you to all that took part and Ms. Lucy, a great start to a student initiated and led team.

Basketball

The next SSSA U11 Basketball Tournament scheduled for Jan 24th has been postponed until semester 2. This is due to the hosts, SHSID, having maintenance in their gym at this time. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. We will keep everyone updated of the new date when they are announced by SHSID. Training will continue as normal.

Football and Volleyball Cross-Campus Match

We are excited to announce a special football and volleyball match for YK Pao Primary vs YK Pao Secondary students. On January 28th we will take 2 volleyball teams and 1 football team to Songjiang Campus to play in a special cross-campus match versus our Secondary U13 teams. The purpose of the match is to recognise the importance of continued efforts to bridge both YK Pao campuses and to give a taste of Secondary school sports to our Primary students. Parents are very welcome to come and support both teams! Buses will leave Primary campus at 2:45pm and return at 6:30pm.

Swimming

A kind reminder: students that wish to be excused from swimming classes must bring a note from a doctor or parent explaining clearly why the child cannot attend class.  Reasons such as a having a cold, cough or recovering from a fever or having a headache are not accepted and the student will be marked absent from the class.

Upcoming Sports Events:

January 2015

Sat 17th – SSSA Swimming CANCELLED

Sat 24th – U11 Basketball at SHSID  (postponed until Semester 2)

Sat 31st – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Primary

March

Sat 7th – U11 Football at SCL

Sat 14th – U11 Girls Football at WISS

Thu 19th – 22nd – U11, U13, U15 Football Tour to Singapore

Sat 21st – U11 Basketball at YKPS Primary

Sat 28th – Track and Field at Soong Ching Ling and Tennis at SHS (ID)

April

Sat 11th – U11 Football at Soong Ching Ling

Sat 18th – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Secondary

May

Sat 9th – U11 Football at WISS and Cross Country Running at YKPS Secondary

Sat 16th – Swimming at Wellington College and U11 Badminton at SHSID

Sat 23rd – Track and Field at YKPS Secondary and Table Tennis at SHSID

Sat 30th – U11 Girls football at SUIS Hongqiao

June

Sat 6th – Fencing at YKPS Primary

各位包校集体成员,

本周的天气时晴时雨,但老师和孩子们的心情并未受此影响,包校长宁校区的活动依旧有条不紊地进行着。Mike Spencer校长已于本周二前往英国参加两场国际教师的招聘会,预计他将于1月27日(周二)返校工作,我们预祝他一切顺利!

本周,包校迎来了两场未来家长说明会,两百多名家长参加了与现有包校家长及课程协调员见面的信息分享会,看来今年的一年级新生也将面临激烈的竞争。参加本次活动的家长志愿者有19名之多,感谢你们的支持!

本周,家校协力会召开了本学期的最后一次会议,这短短的一个半小时里包含了许多重要信息的分享和回顾总结。大家较为关心的校服、水质、食用油问题也一一得到了反馈,各班班代也会代为相传此次会议中分享的信息。后勤部门也会在寒假之后的三月份召开一次后勤信息分享会,届时欢迎关心和感兴趣的家长前来参加。

下周为期末测试周,周五当天即1月23日学生在午餐后放学。拓展课将于1月19-22日相继结束,敬请留意!

本学期最后一天上学日为2月6日,距离学期结束还剩三周左右的时间,我们希望学生们坚持到最后,有始有终地将所有学习进行到底。这也是一种“责任心”的体现。

祝好!

国际学校测试 (ISA)

三至五年级学生将于2月4日和5日参加国际学校测试。一些家长因计划提前度假而向学校咨询学生是否可以提前考试或者之后补考。

很遗憾的是,学校不能让学生提前进行国际学校测试也无法组织补考,这些信息也都在家庭作业日志和家长手册上有所说明。其理由是:

1. 我们无法复制考试的各项条件。这涉及到排课安排的变动,进而给老师教学、学生上课和日常作息带来很大影响

2. 我们不希望学生讨论考试内容

缺考任意一天的ISA考试都将无法补考,在学生的个人ISA报告上,缺考的项目将没有成绩。两天都缺考的学生则没有ISA成绩。

ISA测试是一个非常重要的测评标准,它能跟踪记录学生三至十年级的成长与进步。还望家长能将度假计划安排在学校公布的假期范围内,让孩子们不要错过此次测试。

期末评估周

期末评估周安排在了1月19日-23日,我们随信附上测试安排表,供家长们参阅。

End-Semester Assessment Timetable_ January 19th-23rd

人文关怀角

本周的人文关怀角,我想再次邀请一些身为父母的包校在职教职员工和大家分享一些可行的育儿经验。附件内是陈校长、Sarah老师、Victoria老师、Clare老师、Kate老师和Dominic老师提供的小窍门。如果您也有行之有效的育儿小提示想要和大家分享的话,请随时联系我。

 Pastoral Care Corner Jan 16 2015

来自图书馆的信息

本周,您的孩子将会非常兴奋地将贝克图书俱乐部的图书订购目录带回家,贝克图书俱乐部春季订购活动从本周正式开始。您不仅能选择许多非常优秀的儿童读物,更有一些适合家长阅读的书籍供您选择,不妨在周末和孩子一起挑选你们喜爱的书籍。您可以在线完成订单,无需再担忧孩子在带钱去学校的过程中将它们遗失。如果您的孩子不小心遗失了订购目录,没有关系,您同样可以在订购网站上找到电子版目录,网址: http://parentpay.bakerbooks.co.uk/clubs/YKPCHA2

本次订购的截止日期为2015年1月24日。特别提醒,您所订购的书籍将会在6周内送达学校,并且图书馆不代为收取任何贝克图书俱乐部的订购书款。

祝您在此次订购中有所收获!

Eleanor Chen

图书馆教师

来自拓展项目处的消息

去年11月份我们邀请伊顿公学音乐总监、伊顿合唱班创办人拉尔夫-奥伍德来沪进行了有关少年合唱团的讲座,该讲座得到了很多家长的关注和支持。之后我们收到了很多相关咨询。目前,2015年7月26日-8月2日举行的少年合唱团报名已经全面启动。 在元旦前,我们已把提前报名的优惠信息以邮件形式发给了感兴趣的相关家长。敬请查收您的邮件以便及时获取相关详情。谢谢!

拓展课展示

本学期的拓展课将于2015年1月19日-22日结束。欢迎家长在1月19日-22日,下午4点-5点前往学校参加您孩子的拓展课公开课。

1月23日(周五)下午根据校历没有安排拓展课,但部分表演课程(芭蕾、中文音乐剧、爵士舞、街舞、空手道和乐器私教课)将于当日下午2点30在小学部礼堂举行汇演,具体安排请注意查收稍后来自拓展项目处的邮件。

新学期的拓展课报名已于1月12日发出,请您注意查收并在1月23日前将报名表递交到拓展项目处。

征集寄宿家庭
包玉刚实验学校小学部将在2014年6月29日到7月24日之间举办第八届包玉刚实验学校中国文化暑期活动,来自世界各地的5-11岁的以英语为母语的学生将会来到我们学校小学部

学习中文,同时了解中国的文化。其中更有部分学生会选择入住寄宿家庭,与中国的家庭和同龄的朋友们分享不同的文化并结下深厚的友谊。

现征集志愿者寄宿家庭,请有意愿的家庭向拓展项目办公室申请,寄宿时间安排如下:

第一期:2015年6月29日- 7月10日

第二期:2015年7月13日- 7月24日

志愿者寄宿家庭要求-中文为母语的家庭

如果您愿意担任寄宿家庭,或者有任何的问题,请即与我们拓展项目办公室联系:

联络人-李老师,电话-86 21 61671999*1*8110,邮件joanna.li@ykpaoschool.cn

台历

学校目前尚有少量包校2015年台历可供家长购买。此次台历精心挑选了包校师生的摄影作品作为素材,展现了包校风采,既实用又可做孩子成长的纪念品。目前,中小学校服间皆有销售,每本售价15元,欢迎各位家长前往直接购买。

来自音乐组的信息

下周一将会有来自苏州评弹团的艺术家们为我们的学生带来一场演出。

本月的音乐早集会将于1月26日周一早上8:15在礼堂举行。

包校学生将在本学期最后一周与来自西藏学校的孩子们联合演唱!

我们需要从学校的各个合唱团中招募一些3-5年级热爱歌唱的孩子们,他们会在2月3日周二早上的全校早集会上与16名来自青海省玉树藏族自治州的风马儿童剧团的学生们联合演唱至少一首藏族歌曲。

如果还有学生希望参加这个活动,目前我们尚有名额,但是他们必须出席1月17日本周六的排练。

此次活动的所有排练日期如下:

1月17日周六               (西楼五楼礼堂)                  10:00 – 12:00

1月24日周六               (西楼二楼体育馆)              10:00 – 12:00

1月31日周六               (西楼五楼礼堂)                  10:00 – 12:00

整个排练活动将由三位来自西藏的音乐老师指导,在2月3日周二早上的全校集会上,我们的学生将与来自西藏的孩子们至少合作演出一首作品。

西藏的孩子们还将在集会上为我们表演其他曲目,此外大家还将欣赏到来自中文合唱团的孩子们带来的一首歌曲以及有关这些西藏孩子们简介的视频。

对孩子们来说,这将是一次难忘的学习体验机会。演唱的曲目具有一定的难度,孩子们将会得到专业老师的指导与教授。

热爱歌唱的孩子们不可错过的暑期活动!

友情提醒,著名的英国伊顿公学前音乐总监、伊顿公学合唱班创办人拉尔夫·奥伍德先生在今夏将协同他的声乐专家团队来到包校,他们将开设一个合唱课程,此课程面向所有8-15岁热爱歌唱的孩子们。

大家可以登录包校官网,进入“暑期活动”分页面,然后点击左侧的“少年合唱班”获取详细信息并且可下载活动宣传手册。大家也可以直接点击下面的链接:

http://www.ykpaoschool.cn/junior-choral-course

我们计划招收60-80名小歌手。该课程不仅仅面向包校的孩子,我们在全上海范围内做了招生宣传,任何符合年龄范围并且热爱歌唱想要参加的孩子都可以报名。

来自艺术组的消息

各位新年好!本学期Sara老师组织了二、三年级的艺术俱乐部活动,孩子们也体验到了很多的乐趣。Sara老师希望在第二学期还能延续艺术俱乐部的活动。下图是三年级的江中石正在创作自己俱乐部的曼荼罗。

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好消息!下周五开始,林慧云老师和Kellie老师将在每周五的12:10-12:45为四、五年级开设艺术俱乐部活动。我们期待孩子们的参与。

来自体育部的信息

干得漂亮!

由五年级的Marshall执教、王春晖老师监护的包校羽毛球队于上周末参加了他们的第一场锦标赛并满载而归!大家表现得真出色!这是由学生自发执教带领的一支球队,它能旗开得胜要感谢并祝贺所有参与其中的学生、家长和王春晖老师。

篮球

由于场馆维修,原定于1月24日在上海中学国际部举行的11岁以下年龄段篮球锦标赛将推迟到第二学期进行。由此带来的不便,我们深感抱歉。待上中国际部确认比赛日期后,我们再向大家通告。相关训练将照常进行。

跨校区的足球和排球比赛

我们很高兴地在这里宣布,包校中小学部的学生将进行一场特殊的足球和排球比赛。1月28日,我们会带领2支排球队和1支足球队前往松江校区与中学部13岁以下年龄段球队进行一场跨校区的特殊比赛。此次比赛的安排显示了我们对中小学部紧密合作重要性的认识与肯定,同此同时,我们也想让小学部的孩子们见识下学长学姐们的竞技水平。我们欢迎有兴趣的家长们前去为所有的运动队队员加油鼓劲!孩子们乘坐的校车将于当日14:45离开小学部,并与18:30返回学校。

游泳课

温馨提示:无法参加游泳课的学生需提交医生开具的病假单或父母的请假信合理解释不能上课的理由。感冒、咳嗽、头疼或刚退烧则不能成为不上游泳课的理由,学生因上述原因而不上游泳课的话将记为缺勤。

接下来的各项比赛:

20151

1月17日,周六:游泳比赛 (取消)

1月24日,周六: 11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在上海中学国际部举行(延后至第二学期举行)

1月31日,周六:排球比赛在包校小学部举行

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3月7日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

3月14日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

3月19-22日:11岁、13岁和15岁以下年龄段球队前往新加坡参加足球比赛

3月21日,周六:11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在包校小学部举行

3月28日,周六:田径比赛在宋庆龄学校举行;网球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

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4月11日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

4月18日,周六:排球比赛在包校中学部举行

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5月9日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

越野比赛在包校中学部举行

5月16日,周六:游泳比赛在惠灵顿国际学校举行

11岁以下年龄段羽毛球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月23日,周六:田径比赛在包校中学部举行

乒乓球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月30日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在协和双语学校虹桥校区举行

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6月6日,周六:击剑比赛在包校小学部举行

Newsletter 09 January 2015

Dear YK Pao School Community,

We hope that you all enjoyed an excellent holiday, and that 2015 has started well for you all!

As you will have seen if you have visited the school since the holiday, there have been some excellent improvements to the building and the school environment during the break. None of this work would have been possible without the very generous donations from the Annual Fund and the Foundation. A new front entrance porch to East Building will ensure that the reception area can be used more effectively. The activity area of the playground is being improved and upgraded. The completion of this work is anticipated by the week beginning January 26th. The excavation of a pit, which will be filled with rubber chips, will ensure soft landings when children leave the climbing equipment. Also, our music ensemble rooms have been soundproofed. The quality of the work is excellent and the rooms have been completed to a very high standard.

Staff is busy with end of semester reports at present. You will notice the new format when you receive them. As the year progresses, you will have access to far more on-going information via the school’s PowerSchool system. The new report format reflects these upcoming changes.

Please note that the due date for the payment of fees for Semester 2 has passed. Thank you to those of you who have already submitted payment. If you have not yet done so, please can you ensure that this is done as soon as possible. Further reminders will be sent next week.

The weeks leading up to the Chinese New Year holiday will be extremely busy, as always. We will be completing the International School Assessments for English and Mathematics in early February. Do please try to ensure that your child is in school on the 4th and 5th of February, as these are very important for us all.

Finally, for information, Mike Spencer will be in London, from next week until the 26th January in order to attend two recruitment fairs, interview potential overseas teaching candidates and to visit schools.

Message to Y5 Parents

Dear Y5 Parents,

Please note that the result of application to Secondary Division has been released to student by teachers today.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Student Affairs Office.

Tel:  (86-21) 6167-1999*2*8100        Email:  admissions@ykpaoschool.cn

Yours sincerely,

Students Affairs Office

YK Pao School

Message from the Library

Dear Parents,

Happy 2015! What is you new year resolution? I was delighted when I heard that Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook, announced that his 2015 resolution is “to read a new book every other week.” However, there are so many great books, but so little time. Luckily, technology helps a lot. Personally, I prefer books than any other formats, but good audiobooks can serve as a splendid advantage, especially for children. Anyone can easily finish a few chapters on a school bus or during exercise by listening to audio books.

Audio increases reading accuracy by 52%, and improves comprehension by 76%. Furthermore, 27% of the K-12 population are auditory learners. For other children, they can listen and comprehend 2 grade levels above their reading levels! This is why we are encouraging your child to borrow our audio books. We have not only audio books in CDs/MP3s, but also picture books that come with a CD in our Audio Book Section. If your little one comes home with our audio books, please give yourself a 5-minute break and enjoy the fun of listening to stories together. For more information on our Audio Books, please visit: http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/audiobook

Lastly, some of our children had received their books from our Scholastic Book Club. However, there is still a set of Minecraft Handbook Collection unclaimed in the Library. Please do not hesitate to contact our Library staff should you have any questions on your book order.

Happy Reading!

Eleanor Chen

Teacher Librarian

Norovirus

It’s high season for norovirus gastroenteritis. It quite often occurs in the autumn and winter. Noroviruses are highly contagious. Please check the attached about “Norovirus”. If your child had vomit or diarrhea, please take him/her to the hospital for medical attention immediately and also inform your child’s class teacher and the school nurse. Please keep them at home during the illness until three days after the symptoms disappear then back to school.

诺如病毒

Message from the School Nurse

Please kindly find the attached Monthly Health of January.

 1月肺结核

End-Semester Review Week

The End-Semester Review week is scheduled on 19th – 23st January, and the timetable is attached with the newsletter for your reference.

End-Semester Assessment Timetable_ January 19th-23rd

ISA and End of Semester Assessments

Year 3, 4 and 5 students will participate in the International Schools Assessment (ISA) on February 4th and 5th.  Students will complete two writing pieces (persuasive and narrative) and a reading section for English as well as a Math’s assessment over the two days.

Due to the closeness of the ISA to the End of Semester Assessments, Years 3-5 students will not have an English End of Semester Assessment.  Students will still have a Math’s assessment during the assessment week as the ISA is in English and the Math’s department will assess as usual.  There will be no changes to Years 1 and 2 during the End of Semester assessment week.

Message from PTA

The last PTA meeting of this semester will be held at 14:00-16:00 on 14th January in the Conference Room 1104. All class reps and year reps are expected to attend the meeting and we welcome parents who are interested as well. The agenda of this meeting is followed as:

-       PTA Work Report and Look Ahead

-       Core Committee’s Work Report and Future Plan

-       Principal Corner

Information Session in HK

YK Pao School will be organizing Information Session for prospective parents in Hong Kong on January 17th (SAT). The information session will be introducing YKPS Secondary Boarding School, Junior Chinese Summer Camp, Residential Chinese Summer Camp and Activities camp. This is a special opportunity for parents of kids 5-15 years old who are thinking of sending their kids to China for a true immersion experience to learn about YK Pao School, one of China’s leading bi-lingual schools. Welcome to invite interested parents to join!

Information session details as follows:

HONG KONG

Date: January 17, 2015 (Saturday)
Time: 10 – 11:30 am
Venue: 2/F, Zhejiang Heen, Kiu Fu Commercial Building, 300 – 306 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

Reservation required as seats are limited.

RSVP & Enquires: Please contact YK Pao School Hong Kong Representative Venice Fong at (852) 2842 3882 / venice.fong@ykpaoschool.cn

Volunteer host families for Junior Chinese Camp (Day Camp)

The 8th YK Pao School Junior Chinese Camp (Day Camp) will take place this coming July at our Primary Division. Children aged 5-11 from around the world will be coming to Pao School to learn Chinese and experience Chinese culture. Some of them will stay with local families to learn about Chinese culture, share cultures and make friends. We are currently looking for volunteer families to host our campers.

The dates of the camp are as follows:

Session 1: June 29th – July 10th, 2015

Session 2: July 13th – July 24th, 2015

Volunteer host families should be native Chinese speakers.

Please contact Ms. Joanna Li at our Extension Programs Office if you would like to host a summer camp student, or wish to learn more about our program:
61671999*1*8110, joanna.li@ykpaoschool.cn

Message from the Extension Programs Office

We will be emailing EP information and application form to all parents on January 12th. Please check the email from EPO to be sent at a later time. According to the school calendar, there will be no EP classes on Friday, January 23rd, but some EP classes, such as Ballet, Chinese Musical Theater, Jazz Dance will be doing performances at 2:30pm in the auditorium.

Message from SAO

There are still several vacancies for prospective parents meeting with volunteer parents and subject coordinators next Wednesday. Interested please call in to make reservations.

Event Time Content
Prospective Parents meet with Volunteer Parents and Subject Coordinators (English Group)

9:00-12:00, Wednesday

2015-01-14

Interact with existing YK Pao school parents and meet with subject coordinators

Please contact Ms. Xia at 671999-1-8104 or via email: admissions@ykpaoschool.cn

MUSIC DEPARTMENT

All activities are now running as normal.

The Saturday programme starts up again this Saturday with Percussion Club, Chinese Ensembles, Viola, Erhu, Drum and Theory lessons.

This month’s Assembly Recital will take place on Monday 26th January.

TIBETAN SCHOOL CHILDREN TO SING WITH YK PAO IN LAST WEEK OF TERM!

We are looking for keen singers from our choirs in years 3 to 5 to work with 15 students from the Tongta Youth Theatre, which is located in YuShu, Qinghai province in Tibet, to prepare at least one Tibetan song for a whole school assembly on Tuesday 3rd, February.

Last month we had a group of 16 of our year 5 girls perform with students from Guizhou at Shangri La in conjunction with Elle magazine and Couleurs de Chine. We now have a further opportunity for our students to work and interact with students from another cultural area within China.

Students will be asked in their choir rehearsals – if they miss this and wish to take part, they should see Mr. Dominic or Ms. Corie in the Music Department.

The rehearsals will be as follows (to be confirmed):

Saturday 17th January                     10:00 – 12:00

Saturday 24th January                     10:00 – 12:00

Saturday 31st January                      10:00 – 12:00

The rehearsals will be taken by Tibetan Music Teachers and at least one of the songs will feature in the assembly on 3rd February.

The assembly will also feature other songs sung by the Tibetan children, a song from Chinese Choir and a video presentation of where the Tibetan students come from.

This will be a truly amazing experience for those who wish to take part. The music is challenging and students will get tuition from teachers who know the music well.

ENGLISH CHOIR

We are in the process of reviewing the procedures for English Choir to ensure that there are sufficient opportunities for students to join. We will need to limit the numbers to ensure that we maintain and further raise the quality of our performances. As a result we will be auditioning current members for next semester over the course of the rest of this semester. Next semester there will be further auditions for those students who are not currently in English choir. All auditions will be videoed and the lists will be drawn up after the auditions next term.

As always, those who are not successful are invited to join Friday Choir. Friday choir sings at all the major concerts and is for everyone who enjoys singing.

Message from PE Department

Happy New Year from the PE Team! We are very much looking forward to a new year of sport at YKPS! Thank you to the parents for all your support so far.

Good Luck

Best wishes to the YKPS Badminton Team who will travel to Ping He School for the 1st SSSA Badminton tournament of this school year. It will be their first event so we wish them well!

Singapore Football Tour

We are very happy to announce the school has given the go ahead for an U11, U13 and U15 YK Pao School Football Tour to Singapore in March, 2015. So far we already have a team of U11 students and parents who will travel with teachers and students from our Secondary campus to play against teams from clubs and schools in Singapore and Malaysia. The tour is being coordinated by the organisers of the Sing Cup, a prestigious football tournament in Asia for top schools around the region. Good luck to all our teams involved!

Swimming

A kind reminder: students that wish to be excused from swimming classes must bring a note from a doctor or parent explaining clearly why the child cannot attend class.  Reasons such as a having a cold, cough or recovering from a fever or having a headache are not accepted and the student will be marked absent from the class.

Upcoming Sports Events:

January 2015

Sat 10th – SSSA Badminton at Ping He

Sat 17th – SSSA Swimming CANCELLED

Sat 24th – U11 Basketball at SHS (ID)

Sat 31st – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Primary

March

Sat 7th – U11 Football at SCL

Sat 14th – U11 Girls Football at WISS

Thu 19th – 22nd – U11, U13, U15 Football Tour to Singapore

Sat 21st – U11 Basketball at YKPS Primary

Sat 28th – Track and Field at Soong Ching Ling and Tennis at SHS (ID)

April

Sat 11th – U11 Football at Soong Ching Ling

Sat 18th – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Secondary

May

Sat 9th – U11 Football at WISS and Cross Country Running at YKPS Secondary

Sat 16th – Swimming at Wellington College and U11 Badminton at SHSID

Sat 23rd – Track and Field at YKPS Secondary and Table Tennis at SHSID

Sat 30th – U11 Girls football at SUIS Hongqiao

June

Sat 6th – Fencing at YKPS Primary

各位包校集体成员,

我们希望大家都度过了一个愉快的假期,也祝愿各位在新的一年里有个好的开端!

节后回到学校,您会发现学校的办公楼和校园环境都有了很棒的改善。正是年度基金和包校基金会的支持让学校环境及设施的改善得以实现。东楼正门新建的门廊确保了前台区域得到更有效地使用。操场上的活动区域也进行了修缮,我们预计这一区域的工程将于1月26日这一周完成。我们将在下挖区域填满橡胶碎片以提供缓冲并提高孩子跳下攀爬架时的安全性。此外,音乐组的合奏练习室里也加装了隔音板,施工队的工作完成的很漂亮,整修后的练习室隔音效果也非常之好。

近期,老师们开始忙于本学期学生报告卡的各项事宜了,呈现在您面前的将会是一份全新格式的报告卡。随着时间的推移,您可以通过学校的Power School系统查看即时信息。新的报告卡格式也预示着即将发生的变化。

想要提醒各位的是,上缴第二学期学费的截止日期已过,感谢那些准时缴费的家长们。如果您还未支付学费,请尽早完成这项工作。我们将于下周发送提醒信给相关家庭。

农历新年前的几周总是异常繁忙的。二月初,我们的孩子们将要参加国际学校测试。国际学校测试注重考察学生的英语及数学能力,这对于学生和学校都是非常重要的一项事件。请务必确保您的孩子于2月4日和5日能正常来校上学。

最后,Mike Spencer校长将于下周一(1月13日)至1月26日前往英国参加两场招聘会、面试那些愿意在海外工作的候选老师,此外他还会走访当地的学校。

致五年级家长的信息

尊敬的五年级家长,

您好!

中学部申请结果通知今天会由老师发给学生带回家。请注意查收!

有任何问题欢迎与学生处联络。

电话:(86-21) 6167-1999*2*8100    电子邮件:admissions@ykpaoschool.cn

中学部学生处

包玉刚实验学校

来自图书馆的信息

亲爱的家长们,

2015年快乐!大家都有什么样的新年计划呢?Facebook的CEO,Mark Zuckerberg的新年计划让我非常的欣喜,他宣布将在2015年中,每隔一周读一本新书。可惜好书太多,而我们的时间却太有限。幸运的是,科技的发展给我们带来了很大的帮助。就个人而言,在多种多样的书籍载体中,我更喜欢传统的纸质书。但是好的有声读物也有着非常值得推崇的优势,特别是对于儿童来说。当你在坐校车或步行时,任何人都能轻松地听完一本章节小说。

音频能够提高52%的阅读准确性,提升76%的理解力。此外,在美国幼儿园至12年级年龄段中,有27%的人是听觉学习者。他们可以听并且理解比他们阅读等级高两个级别的内容。这就是为什么我们鼓励您的孩子去借我们的有声读物。我们不仅有有声读物的CD和MP3,还有配有配套CD的绘本系列。如果您的孩子借了这些有声读物回家,不妨给自己5分钟的时间和孩子一起聆听这些有趣的故事。更多关于我们有声读物的信息,请登录http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/audiobook

最后,绝大多数的孩子已经收到了12月在学乐订购的书籍,然而,还有一套Minecraft Handbook Collection由于订单上没有写名字而至今无人认领。如果您的订单出现了任何问题,请及时与我们的图书馆工作人员取得联系。

祝您阅读愉快!

Eleanor Chen

图书馆教师

诺如病毒

近日是诺如病毒感染性胃肠炎的高发季节,该病毒好发于秋冬季等寒冷季节,具有高度传染性。请您查阅附件中关于“诺如病毒”的相关内容。如果您的孩子有呕吐或者腹泻症状,请立即就医并告知班主任和校医,并于症状消失3天后方可返校。

诺如病毒

来自校医的消息

请查看附件内的1月健康月报。

1月肺结核

期末评估周

期末评估周安排在了1月19日-23日,我们随信附上测试安排表,请家长们参阅。

End-Semester Assessment Timetable_ January 19th-23rd

国际学校测试和期末评估

三至五年级学生将于2月4日和5日参加国际学校测试。在这两天内参加测试的学生需完成两篇作文(议论文和记叙文)、英语阅读的评估和数学测评。

由于国际学校测试与本学期的期末测试时间邻近,因此,三至五年级学生将不再重复进行英语学科的测试。此外,鉴于国际测试中的数学部分也是以英语出题,数学组决定三至五年级学生仍将参加包校的期末评估。一、二年级则正常参加学校的期末评估。

来自家校协力会的消息

1月14日下午2点到4点,我们会在学校西楼1104会议室召开本学期的最后一次PTA会议,希望各班的班代和年代务必出席,同时,我们也欢迎其他家长出席。本次会议的议题如下:

-       PTA工作小节和下学期展望

-       功能委员会工作小节和下学期展望

-       校长信息

香港信息说明会

包玉刚实验学校将于1月17日星期六在香港为未来家长组织一场信息说明会。这个说明会将介绍包玉刚实验学校寄宿制中学部,小学部的中国文化暑期活动,中学部寄宿制中国文化暑期活动,以及全人教育暑期活动。这给那些孩子年龄在5至15岁的家长提供了一次很特别的机会,因为他们正考虑把他们孩子送去中国真实体验并了解中国领先的双语学校之一的包玉刚实验学校。敬请有兴趣的家长参加!

以下是说明会的详情:

香港

日期:2015年1月17日星期六

时间:上午10点 – 11点30分

地点:香港湾仔洛克道300-306号侨阜商业大厦2楼浙江轩

位子有限需预约。

问询及预约:请致电(852)2842 3882或发邮件至venice.fong@ykpaoschool.cn联系包玉刚实验学校香港代表方小姐。

征集寄宿家庭
包玉刚实验学校小学部将在2014年6月29日到7月24日之间举办第八届包玉刚实验学校中国文化暑期活动,来自世界各地的5-11岁的以英语为母语的学生将会来到我们学校小学部

学习中文,同时了解中国的文化。其中更有部分学生会选择入住寄宿家庭,与中国的家庭和同龄的朋友们分享不同的文化并结下深厚的友谊。

现征集志愿者寄宿家庭,请有意愿的家庭向拓展项目办公室申请,寄宿时间安排如下:

第一期:2015年6月29日- 7月10日

第二期:2015年7月13日- 7月24日

志愿者寄宿家庭要求-中文为母语的家庭

如果您愿意担任寄宿家庭,或者有任何的问题,请即与我们拓展项目办公室联系:

联络人-李老师,电话-86 21 61671999*1*8110,邮件joanna.li@ykpaoschool.cn

来自拓展项目处的信息

新学期拓展课报名表和课程信息将于下周一(1月12日)以邮件形式发出,请注意查收稍后来自拓展项目处的邮件。

1月23日(周五)下午根据校历没有安排拓展课,但部分表演课程(如芭蕾、中文音乐剧、爵士舞等)将于当日下午2点30在小学部礼堂举行汇演。

来自学生处的信息

包玉刚实验学校未来家长与包校家长及课程协调员见面会英文组还有少量空位,有兴趣的家长请尽早电话咨询预约。

活动 时间 内容
与包校家长、课程协调员见面会(英文组) 2015-01-14 周三

上午9:00-12:00

与包校志愿者家长互动、与包校课程协调员见面会

请致电咨询:61671999-1-8104 夏老师,或电邮至 admissions@ykpaoschool.cn

来自音乐组的信息

所有的音乐课外活动现已全面恢复正常上课。

本周六,所有的周六课程:打击乐俱乐部、中国民乐团、中提琴私教课、二胡私教课、架子鼓私教课以及乐理课也都恢复上课。

本月的音乐早集会将于1月26日举行。

包校学生将在本学期最后一周与来自西藏学校的孩子们联合演唱!

我们需要从学校的各个合唱团中招募一些3-5年级热爱歌唱的孩子们,他们需要在2月3日周二早上的全校早集会上与15名来自青海省玉树藏族自治州的风马儿童剧团的学生们联合演唱至少一首藏族歌曲。

上个月,包校16名五年级的女同学在香格里拉酒店与来自贵州的学生们一起参加了由《Elle》杂志以及中国色彩主办的演出。现在我们有另一个机会可以让我们的学生与来自西藏的学生进行互动交流。

我们会在合唱团排练时间询问学生是否有意参加此次活动,但如果您的孩子缺席了合唱排练并且想参加的话,请让他们到音乐办公室告知Dominic老师或者高老师。

此次活动的排练日期如下:

1月17日周六                           10:00 – 12:00

1月24日周六                           10:00 – 12:00

1月31日周六                           10:00 – 12:00

西藏的音乐老师23

整个排练活动将由来自西藏的音乐老师指导,在2月3日周二早上的全校集会上,他们将至少合作演出一首作品。

来自西藏的孩子们还将在集会上为我们表演其他曲目,大家还将欣赏到来自中文合唱团的孩子们带来的一首歌曲以及这些西藏孩子们的简介视频。

对孩子们来说,这将是一次难忘的学习体验机会。演唱的曲目具有一定的难度,孩子们将会得到专业老师的指导与教授。

英文合唱团

我们正在审核英文合唱团的招募流程,以便为学生入团创造足够的机会。为了确保英文合唱团能够保持并且进一步提高演出质量,我们需要限制合唱团的人数。因此在本学期剩余的几次排练时间里,我们会对现有的成员重新安排一次考核,下学期,我们将会为其他学生安排另外的面试。所有的面试考核我们都会用视频纪录下来,并且最终的成员名单会在下学期面试完以后统一公布。

和往常一样,我们欢迎没有成功入选英文合唱团的学生参加周五合唱团。周五合唱团也将参加主要的音乐会的演出,并且面向所有热爱唱歌的学生开放。

来自体育部的信息

体育组的老师们祝大家新年快乐!我们也期待包校体育组在新的一年里有一番新景象!感谢各位家长对我们一如既往的支持。

祝好运

包校羽毛球队将在上海平和国际学校参加由上海学校体育协会组织的羽毛球锦标赛,这是孩子们新年里的第一场比赛,让我们祝他们在比赛中有出色的发挥。

新加坡足球之行

我们非常高兴地向大家宣布,学校批准了包校11、13及15岁以下年龄段球队于2015年3月前往新加坡参加足球比赛。目前,小学部的11岁年龄段以下球队和部分家长将随老师以及中学部的学生一起出行,孩子们将在新加坡与来自当地和马来西亚俱乐部和学校的球队进行比赛。本次赛事由新加坡杯足球联赛的组织方进行协调。新加坡杯足球联赛是亚洲著名的足球赛事,它吸引了周边地区的顶级学校参加比赛。祝所有参加比赛的孩子们好运!

游泳课

温馨提示:无法参加游泳课的学生需提交医生开具的病假单或父母的请假信合理解释不能上课的理由。感冒、咳嗽、头疼或刚退烧则不能成为不上游泳课的理由,学生因上述原因而不上游泳课的话将记为缺勤。

接下来的各项比赛:

20151

1月10日,周六:乒乓球比赛在平和国际学校举行

1月17日,周六:游泳比赛 (取消)

1月24日,周六: 11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

1月31日,周六:排球比赛在包校小学部举行

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3月7日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

3月14日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

3月19-22日:11岁、13岁和15岁以下年龄段球队前往新加坡参加足球比赛

3月21日,周六:11岁以下年龄段篮球比赛在包校小学部举行

3月28日,周六:田径比赛在宋庆龄学校举行;网球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

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4月11日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在宋庆龄学校举行

4月18日,周六:排球比赛在包校中学部举行

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5月9日,周六:11岁以下年龄段足球比赛在西华国际学校举行

越野比赛在包校中学部举行

5月16日,周六:游泳比赛在惠灵顿国际学校举行

11岁以下年龄段羽毛球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月23日,周六:田径比赛在包校中学部举行

乒乓球比赛在上海中学国际部举行

5月30日,周六:11岁以下年龄段女子足球比赛在协和双语学校虹桥校区举行

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6月6日,周六:击剑比赛在包校小学部举行

Newsletter 19 December 2014

Dear YK Pao School Community,

As we approach the Winter break, it is always a time for reflection. Looking back, we have achieved a great deal as a community since the beginning of the academic year. This is only possible when the efforts, values and energy of the students, staff and stakeholders align. Together we have been able to create something bigger than ourselves. None of this is possible without the support and vision of the Founders, the support of parents, the efforts of our students and the energy, commitment and dedication of all staff members.

Traditionally, this is the time of year when some students and staff leave us. This is always a sad time, especially when members of the community have contributed so much. We are particularly sorry to bid farewell to Michael Young and his wife Toyi who have been outstanding members of the YK Pao School community. As they prepare for their journey to Peru, we look back at the tremendous contributions that they have made to our school. Their capacity for hard work, their positive attitude, sense of humour, humility and values will stay with us. They have touched and influenced the lives of us all, students and staff alike, during their time with us. We wish them all the best in their future endeavours.

We also bid farewell to some of our students. We hope that they will take fond memories of Y K Pao School with them and that they will stay in touch.

On behalf of all staff, I would like to thank you for your warm holiday wishes, cards and chocolate! The generosity and kindness of the parent community makes this a very special place in which to work.

Wishing each of you a restful and relaxing time with family and friends.

Message from the Library

Dear Parents,

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Library Team!

Reading over holidays is so much fun, because we are doing it for enjoyment. I couldn’t agree more with Kathy Doyle Thomas, the Executive Vice President of the bookstore chain, Half Price Books, who once said “Reading doesn’t have to mean sitting at a table with a boring school book for a set amount of time each day. You can easily ‘sneak’ reading into daily activities.”

That’s why I found some tips on holiday reading for you and your little ones to do together!

-        Have your children read holiday cards when they are received in the mail, and let them write a message in outgoing cards.

-        Let children read ingredients from holiday recipes while you bake together. It’s a great way for them to learn measurements and temperatures.

-        Set aside time for kids to “show off” their new reading skills to visiting relatives. Children love being the focus of attention, and grandparents are usually more than willing to see their progress.

-        Make special holiday readings a tradition. Find a special book for Hanukkah or Christmas, and have each member of the family read from it at the same time each year.

-        Even if no books make your child’s wish list, make sure you give at least one as a gift, and encourage them to read it.

-        Find books that focus on an interest your child has. For example if they ask for a bike, find a book on Lance Armstrong, or a children’s book that includes a bicycle adventure. There are books out there to suit every interest under the sun – it just takes a little browsing.

Lastly, please don’t forget to visit our English Reading List page (http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/readinglist) where you will find great book recommendations and useful reading tips not only for your little ones but also for YOU!

Happy Holiday!

Eleanor Chen

Teacher Librarian

Pastoral Care Corner

Recently we have been looking at an excellent parenting program called Love and Logic. This is an amazing course that helps parents in dealing with life day to day challenges and celebrations with their children. For this week’s Pastoral Care Corner, I have decided to share one of the articles from their webpage. This is an article that many parents would be interested in as it talks about and gives tips for dealing with Homework troubles. We will have more exciting news from Love and Logic shortly after the Christmas break. For now please enjoy the article “School Work” by Jim Fay.

Pastoral Care Corner Dec 19 2014

Message from Chinese Department

This semester, the Chinese Department held The Second Calligraphy Activity.  We wish students try their best in handwriting every time and cultivate their good writing habits. Finally students viewed their peers’ work and voted for their best calligraphers in their year.

Year One

Y1A     Jerry                Anthony           Shirley

Y1B      Sherry              Emily                Aina

Y1C     Ray                   Aaron               Allison

Y1D     Joyce                Amy                 Cathy

Year Two

Y2A     Chloe               Angel                Lamu

Y2B      Shannon            Felix X            Howard

Y2C     Cici                  Henry              Catherine

Y2D     Ethan               Sally                   QQ

PCL1   Y2A   Hannah

PCL2   Y2B     Estelle

Year Three

Y3A     Anna                Angela              Chloe               Adrien

Y3B      Lucy                 Ningning

Y3C     Cici

Y3D     Laura                 Anni                Claudia              Jiating            Lauren

PCL      Y3A Taeho

PCL      Y3B  Bella

Year Four

Y4A     Jessica                             Ya Wen             Annie

Y4B      Anna                   Aria                   Andrew

Y4C     Valerie                Lucy                   Nicole

Y4D     Marina                 Matsa                            Sophie

Y4E      Vicky                   Mandy               Kai

PCL1    Y4A  Claudia               Jonathan

Year Five

Y5A     Marshal                         Christine             Helena

Y5B     Amanda               Hannah              Terry

Y5C     Anita                  Zoe                    Benjamin

Y5D     Jessie                  Yvonne              Vivian

In addition to, we held a Chinese Reading Activity for the whole school. Chinese teachers in each year designed reading activities appropriate for the year level. Our hope is for students to develop a good reading habit.

At the end of activity, the outstanding students were:

Year One

Y1A     Todor              Jerry                 Braden Zhao-Upton

Y1B      Herry               Sherry              Zidan

Y1C     Minghan           Mei       Prentice

Y1D     Frank                Amy                Catherine

Year Two

Y2A     Emily                Phoebe             Anthony

Y2B      Minnie             Michelle            Candy

Y2C     Heidi                Jimmy              Catherine

Y2D     QQ                  Justin               Ricky

PCL1:   Tan                  Kellen               Gavin

CAL:    Billie                  Will

Year Three

Y3A     Ruby                Alex                 Sophie

Y3B      Sophia            Sage                  Ningning

Y3C     Mary                Rafael               Felix

Y3D     Daniel               Kevin               Ashley

PCL1:Y3A Benjamin     Y3B Colette

CAL:    Tian                  Abby

Year Four

Y4B      David               Aaron                 Anna               Lily        Eason             Eddy

Y4C     Lucy                 Johnson              Angel

Y4D     Helen                Vanda               Tiger              Matsa               Bonny

Y4E      Cherry             Maggie                 Rain

PCL1:Y4A Jonathan   Y4A Sebastian              Y4A Claudia

CAL:   Y4B Ava    Y4B Rio

Notice on Enrichment Programme

EP will be finished on 19th-22nd Jan, 2015. According to school calendar, there are no EP classes on 23rd. But a compact EP performance will be held at 2:30pm that afternoon in the auditorium. Some of the EP classes, such as Ballet, Chinese Musical Theater, Jazz dance etc, will put up a show. Please check the email from EPO for more details later on.

Message from PE Department

Merry Christmas everyone from the PE Team! Stay active, eat well and enjoy the holidays!

Mr. Mike

We cannot express the hole that will be left in PE and Sports at YKPS now we must say goodbye to Mr. PE, Michael Young. On behalf of the teachers and staff at school we would like to say a special thank you Mr. Mike for everything you have done for us. Your legacy is an amazing group of student athletes at YKPS and a PE program will so much depth in excellence. We wish you well in your future in Peru and best wishes to your family. We will miss you!

Congratulations

Congratulations to our YKPS U11 Girl’s Football Team who were crowned champions of their SSSA Tournament at Soong Ching Ling School this past weekend. They played some excellent team football and rose spectacularly to the occasion. They faced some tough opponents from other international schools around Shanghai but prevailed in the final 2-0 vs the host school. Even when the team were 1-0 down in other games, they kept fighting and competing to win. The winning mentality came from the practice and hard work they have put in during the training sessions during lunchtimes. The dedication the team has to improving is moving them onto great success. Special mention to Kiera Lin from Y4 who won the MVP trophy and is now nicknamed “Little Miss Messi”. Well done team and thank you to all the parents that came out to support.

Upcoming Sports Events:

January 2015

Sat 10th – SSSA Badminton at Ping He

Sat 17th – SSSA Swimming CANCELLED

Sat 24th – U11 Basketball at SHS (ID)

Sat 31st – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Primary

March

Sat 7th – U11 Football at SCL

Sat 14th – U11 Girls Football at WISS

Thu 19th – 22nd – U11, U13, U15 Football Tour to Singapore

Sat 21st – U11 Basketball at YKPS Primary

Sat 28th – Track and Field at Soong Ching Ling and Tennis at SHS (ID)

April

Sat 11th – U11 Football at Soong Ching Ling

Sat 18th – U11 Volleyball at YKPS Secondary

May

Sat 9th – U11 Football at WISS and Cross Country Running at YKPS Secondary

Sat 16th – Swimming at Wellington College and U11 Badminton at SHSID

Sat 23rd – Track and Field at YKPS Secondary and Table Tennis at SHSID

Sat 30th – U11 Girls football at SUIS Hongqiao

June

Sat 6th – Fencing at YKPS Primary

各位包校集体成员,

我们终于迎来了圣诞新年假期,这也是让大家可以好好回顾总结过往的一个时节。自本学年开学以来,我们这个集体就接连达成了很多目标,这是学生、员工和各位包校集体成员齐心协力的成果。当大家团结一心时,我们就可以不断地超越自己。创办人的支持与远见、家长的配合、学生的勤奋努力以及全体员工们的奉献和投入,少了其中任意一方都无法让我们取得今天的成绩。

通常,每年的这个时候总有些学生和员工选择结束在包校的学习和工作。因此,这也是一个会给人带来淡淡忧伤的时刻,特别是那些即将离去的包校成员曾为学校付出很多,更让我们依依不舍。Michael Young老师和他的妻子Toyi是包校的优秀员工,而现在,我们也要与他们告别了。趁着他们准备回秘鲁之际,我们回顾了他们曾为学校做出的杰出贡献,他们对工作所投入的热情、积极的人生态度、幽默风趣的风格、谦卑的心态也都会永远留在我们心间。我们祝福他们万事如意。

我们也很遗憾地要和一些学生告别,愿他们在包校学习的经历为他们留下美好的回忆,也希望他们与包校还能经常保持联系。

我谨代表全体员工向大家表示感谢。感谢各位纷纷送来温馨的祝福和贺卡,还有暖心的巧克力!是各位家长的慷慨和善意让学校充满了温情。

祝各位与家长和朋友度过一个轻松愉快的假期!

来自图书馆的信息

亲爱的家长们,

图书馆团队在此给您送上真诚的圣诞和新年祝福!

在假期中的阅读会给我们带来非常多的乐趣,因为更多时候我们是在享受阅读。我完全同意Half Price Books连锁书店执行副总裁Kathy Doyle Thomas女士的观点:“阅读并不一定是每天坐在书桌前读那些无聊的课本。你可以将阅读不知不觉地融入你的日常生活中。”

为此,我特地找寻了一些假期阅读指导供您和您的孩子一起体验假期阅读的乐趣!

-        和您的孩子一起分享你们收到的假期贺卡,让他也在回复中写上他的祝福语和想说的话。

-        和您的孩子一起制作节日美食,让他读一读菜谱中的那些配料信息和制作流程。这是一个让他们学习测量和认知温度的好方法。

-        当亲友来访时,为孩子们留出一些时间“炫耀”自己的新阅读技能。孩子们喜欢成为人们关注的焦点,同时祖父母们也喜见他们的成长。

-        形成独特的家庭节日阅读传统。找一本关于光明节或圣诞节的特别书籍,并且每年都让家庭中的所有成员一起朗读。

-        即使您孩子的愿望清单中没有任何书籍,请一定选择至少一本书作为节日礼物,并鼓励他们阅读。

-        根据您孩子的兴趣为他们寻找适合的书籍。例如,孩子们想要一辆自行车,您可以为他找一本关于阿姆斯特朗的儿童书籍或者是关于自行车探险的儿童文学。只需多留心,总能找到一本孩子感兴趣的书籍。

更多信息请浏览图书馆的英语阅读指导网页(http://libguides.ykpaoschool.cn/readinglist) ,在那里您能够找到更多的好书推荐和儿童以及成人的阅读指导。

假期愉快!

Eleanor Chen

图书馆教师

人文关怀角

最近,我们在阅读一套很棒的名为《爱与逻辑》的育儿书籍,这套以爱与逻辑为教养理念的书籍可以指导家长处理平日里教育孩子时所遇到的挑战以及如何积极有效地与孩子庆祝他们的点滴成长。本周的人文关怀角里,我想要分享一篇在他们网站上看到的文章。这篇文章针对处理家庭作业问题给出了很多有用的提示与窍门,相信这也是很多家长感兴趣的。我们将于圣诞假期后与您分享更多来自《爱与逻辑》的真知灼见。现在先请您阅读附件里Jim Fay所撰写的“家庭作业”一文。

Pastoral Care Corner Dec 19 2014

来自语文组的消息

本学期,语文组的老师们举行了包校的第二届“小小书法家”活动,活动旨在培养学生养成良好的写字习惯,在平时写好每一个字。孩子们通过初赛、决赛层层角逐,最终由孩子们自己选出了心目中的小书法家们。他们是:

一年级:

Y1A 范家瑞     周子扬      梁亦

Y1B 朱浠瑞      金慈来      高婉沁

Y1C 唐翊宸     张伯均      洪铭扬

Y1D 林子乔     林小涵      陈思睿

二年级:

Y2A 吴诗童     忻子萱      赵彦菲

Y2B 黄采萱      顾旭成      刘昊宣

Y2C 徐子茜     薛芋恒      周天沁

Y2D 白宇璁     陆映其      吴品仪

Y2A PCL1  开心

Y2B PCL1  舒然

三年级:

Y3A 方又仟     闫一慈      严瑾璇      赵倬安

Y3B 杭一璐      徐懿宁

Y3C孙仪安

Y3D黄新童      吴懿萱     尤雅琦       张嘉廷        张乐怡

Y3A PCL  金泰浩

Y3B PCL   伍欣怡

四年级:

Y4A 宋佳欣     郑雅文       左伊

Y4B 陈一语      朱安澜       杨子暄       李歌斐

Y4C 于璐嘉      余佳乐      李宜陶       史韫仪        王亦欣

Y4E 刘昱辰      许佳怡       赵俊恺

Y4A PCL1黎子瑄         王天予

五年级:

Y5A 汤佩琪     魏舒昱       周天蕙

Y5B 丁振熙     颜涵熙       杨轩铭

Y5C 华思芩     刘子煜       赵哲凯

Y5D 陈慧欣     程逸凡       施昊云

除此之外,今年,语文组还举行了全校阅读活动,不同年级的语文老师根据孩子们的年龄特点,设计了适合他们的阅读活动,希望通过活动培养孩子们热爱阅读的好习惯。

经过为期一个月的活动,我们还评选出了活动中表现出色的孩子,他们是:

一年级:故事大王

Y1A 秦浩天     范嘉瑞      赵英初

Y1B 魏羽豪      朱浠瑞      严子聃

Y1C 邹明翰     杨思嘉      潘颖萱

Y1D 于墨涵     林小涵       金欣然

二年级:书虫成长记

Y2A 窦木梓     薄琀笑       李维熙

Y2B 倪源悦      江允宜       邓书仪

Y2C 沈海仪     朱敬卿       周天沁

Y2D 吴品仪     蓝博           梁绪丞

PCL1 陈锐爵   凯乐           徐阁希

CAL  朱玲       马尚文

三年级:阅读达人

Y3A 李如伊     姬海桐      张新蕴

Y3B 阳淑钰      严斯喆      徐懿宁

Y3C王径源      汪放勋       沈靖非

Y3D   陈彦伯   韩熹廷      戴云衣

PCL1  Y3A 本杰明       Y3B 庄恩

CAL   Y3B     天           金知厚

四年级:阅读达人

Y4B 袁达钧     刘澈        陈一语       薄云瑄      高熠成       乐业诚

Y4C于璐嘉      袁博钧    马亦萱

Y4D 金桐羽     徐均凡    吕中尧       史韫仪      邵嘉雯

Y4E  陈晓雪     张其姝     汤倩倩

PCL1:Y4A  王天予    马寒申     黎子瑄

CAL:Y4B马艾文    Y4B沙力

2014年期末拓展课通知

本学期的拓展课将于2015年1月19日-22日结束。1月23日(周五)下午根据校历没有安排拓展课,但部分表演课程(如芭蕾、中文音乐剧、爵士舞等)将于当日下午2点30在小学部礼堂举行汇演,具体安排请注意查收稍后来自拓展项目处的邮件。

来自体育部的信息

体育部全体老师祝各位圣诞节快乐!希望大家坚持运动、品尝美食并好好享受这个假期!

Mike老师

终于还是到了要和Michael Young老师告别的时候,在包校体育活动史上,他做出了巨大贡献,他的离开留下了大幅空白。体育组谨代表包校全体老师和员工为Mike老师多年来的付出致以崇高的敬意和诚挚的感谢。包校有一群活跃的学生运动员及一个优秀的体育课程体系,这都是你留给我们最好的馈赠。祝你和家人在秘鲁一切安好。我们会非常想念你的!

祝贺

我们的11岁以下年龄段女子足球队于上周末在宋庆龄学校举行的球赛上摘得了最终的桂冠,让我们衷心祝贺她们。尽管来自上海其他国际学校的对手很强,我们的孩子最终以2:0战胜了主办学校。她们也曾在和其他学校的比赛中0:1落后,但孩子们仍旧信念坚定、积极应战并取得最后的胜利。比赛的成功与孩子们平日里的刻苦训练密不可分,大家勇于拼搏和全身心投入的精神使得球队一步步走向了今天的成功