Our Grade 2 & 4 Learning Showcase for "How the World Works" Unit of Inquiry was impressive and inspirational.
We believe that language learning, especially Chinese language learning, enriches our students by empowering them, breaking down barriers, and instilling international mindedness. And while English is our school’s language of inclusion, Chinese is the language of our host country.
It all starts with our youngest students.
Nanjing International School is the first and oldest international school in Nanjing. As we look towards our 30th anniversary in 2022, we’re reflecting on how being such an established school benefits our students and community, and how we’re still leading innovation in learning not only in Nanjing, but in China and beyond.
The Early Years Field Day event has been a family favorite at NIS for over 20 years. Field Day is an opportunity for our youngest learners to showcase their physical literacy and learning journey throughout the year.
We are proud to be an inclusive learning community and is committed to honouring inclusion through our approach to teaching and education. But how do we define inclusion, why is it so important to us, and how is it fostered at NIS?
What do virtual author visits, drawing lessons from illustrators, Mystery Guest Readers in the classroom, a tournament of books, and a book character parade all have in common? They all occurred at NIS when we celebrated Book Week!
The highly anticipated Nanjing International School Grade 12 Visual Arts Exhibition is the inspiring culmination of our art students’ International Baccalaureate experience. In it, they present a selection of their best work in a final show open to the community, articulating the thoughts, methods, and intentions behind their art.
As China’s first World IB School, Nanjing International School is uniquely positioned to provide students with the experience and opportunities to make the most of what the IB offers. By completing the IB Diploma Programme, our students are not only better positioned for acceptances into top universities worldwide, but more prepared to succeed once they begin their undergraduate studies.