Our goal is to help students to acquire not just information, but the skills and judgement to make good use of that information.
There are two main groups of students in our international school. One are native Chinese speakers, the other group are non-native Chinese speakers. We have different teaching systems for these groups.
The spring semester of 2020 did not start as scheduled, but we are glad that on April 20th, we saw many of our students again.
Congratulations to the four winning students!
We have designed a Project-based activity “Go Away, Coronavirus!” for Bilingual Grade 2 and 3 students.
ICC students already possess the basic concepts of university planning, some basic knowledge from counselling, and know what kind of help they can obtain from university counselling.
Whenever new students join our high school, some of them and their parents will ask, “What is a university counsellor?” This seemingly simple question is not always easy to answer.
During last week (9 Mar – 14 Mar), we held our first Maths Week for RDFZ King’s College School. The emphasis was on developing an understanding of, and interest in, mathematics and its application. Each day pupils and parents participated in creative activities. It is an online one due to the
The children of International Grade 1 and 2 learnt about their own local habitat
Ciara Newby, admissions representative of the University of Bath, has held an online admission event for the ICC students of RDFZ King’s College School Hangzhou on February 20, 2020. Over 70 grade 10 and 11 students attended the event held on the Teams platform and organised by the School’s university