What’s new in international schools this month? We focus on sports, well-being, and campus concerts!
BSB Wins 2nd Place in Nord Anglia Global Games U14 Football
The British School of Beijing (BSB) Shunyi’s Boys and Girls Team both won 2nd place at the Nord Anglia Global Games U14 Football tournament. This is part of the Nord Anglia Regional Events and Activities that offers students in their 10 China region schools the opportunity to learn through sport.
New Basketball Coach Brings Olympic Experience to WAB
Western Academy of Beijing (WAB) welcomes the newest member of their basketball coaching staff, Song Xiaoyun. Song is a three-time Olympian and has won gold medals at the 2002 and 2006 Asian Games. She will be contributing her playing and coaching experience to the Tigers’ girls varsity team.
Harrow Beijing Well-Being Week
From October 29 to November 2, Harrow Beijing held its first Well-Being Week, aiming to promote the focus of World Mental Health Day 2019: “Youth in a Changing World.” During the week, students, staff, and parents participated in a variety of well-being activities.
DCB Presents Bernstein’s Young People’s Concert
To celebrate Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, Dulwich College Beijing (DCB) Symphony Orchestra hosted two interactive performances of “Young People’s Concert,” licensed after the great maestro’s famous series. Local elementary students were invited to the second performance, marking the first time this concert was presented in Chinese. Each orchestra member received personal thanks from Jamie Bernstein.
This article first appeared in the beijingkids December 2018 Charity and Goodwill issue.
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