The first day of June saw people across China celebrating Children’s Day, so we decided to get involved too!
Grades 3 and 4 students have been learning about tea culture so we took them to the beautiful plantations of Moganshan to experience tea culture first-hand.
Our teachers have been central to the creation of such a close-knit learning community for our students and none more so than Ms. Lisa Canham.
How do we ‘teach’ creativity at King’s College School Hangzhou?
Every one of our students completes a wide range of sporting, creative, academic and service co-curricular activities (CCA), four days a week.
Mr Tom Banyard, Acting Head of International at King’s Hangzhou and a former senior leader at King’s College School, Wimbledon, brings you the story of King’s.
On 25th April , all students sang together in the school theatre, presenting an unforgettable celebration of music to more than 600 parents.
We encourage our international students to develop a better understanding of, and develop a deeper interest in, Chinese traditional culture.
Ms. Hailing Wang, Principal at RDFZ King’s College Hangzhou, welcomed teachers and pupils back for a new semester.