Bayside Open Day

Grade 5 Parents,

We are excited to present the opportunity for our Grade 4 and 5 parents to join our Open Day to learn more about our SIS middle and high school programs . On Thursday, October 24th starting at 9:00 a.m. we would like to invite you to our Bayside campus to learn more about our programs. You will have an opportunity to visit classrooms, meet our leadership team and hear how our programs prepare students to be life long learners as they continue their journey through school and university.

I will be joined by the Bayside middle and high school counselors and IB coordinator to explain your child’s academic pathway through middle and high school at SIS. We look forward to sharing our learning environment and answering your questions. This meeting is for parents only. Students will have a chance to visit our Bayside campus in the spring and there will also be a Grade 5 parent transition meeting.

Please register to join us in the Bayside Amphitheater on Thursday, October 24th at 9:00am in the morning at http://share.sis.org.cn/openhouse/.

Phil Rogers | Secondary Principal
Shekou International School

“Optimism is the one quality more associated with success and happiness than any other.” Brian Tracy, Author

Back to School Night Presentation

Hi Grade 5 Parents,

Thank you for coming to the ‘Back to School Night’ presentation yesterday! There was quite a bit of information shared so I have attached a .pdf of the presentation for your reference. If you were unable to attend, or simply want a copy, download and feel free to save it to your phone or computer so you always have access.

Back to School Night 2019

Thank you!

Grade 5 Team

Welcome to the Grade 5 Team Blog!

Hello from the Grade 5 team and welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! The links above should help you find a variety of information about ourselves, the curriculum at SIS, and the PYP Units of Inquiry we’ll be teaching this year. You’ll be able to find all the single subject teacher’s blogs, more about homework policies at SIS and some other helpful links as well. More to come as the team builds out the features of the blog.