義大焦點 IN FOCUS WEEK 5

01Primary Department Week Without Walls

Primary Department students participated in a rich and diverse series of learning engagements during Week Without Walls through in-depth inquiry, collaboration, discussion, investigation, and field trips connected to their grade level SDG.

As global citizens, I-Shou teachers and students engage with the SDG, striving to contribute to their success through their strong efforts.

Sustainable Development Goals Focus:

Grade 1: Life Below Water

Grade 2: Partnerships for the Goals

Grade 3: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Grade 4: Life on Land

Grade 5: Multiple SDG Based on PYP Exhibition


02Middle School Students Highly Engaged in Week Without Walls and Prepare for Spring Concert

This week Middle School students were highly engaged in Week Without Walls (WWW), which involved students choosing a Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) and partnering with teachers with the same SDG interest.  WWW groups went on field trips, invited guest lecturers to our campus and used our instructional kitchen in our CAS Center.  The week was a tremendous success!  

This week students also auditioned for the Spring Concert that will be held on May 19 and 20.  We have many talented students in our Middle School and the Spring Concert is a chance for them to showcase their talents such as piano, singing, and dancing. The Performing Arts are an integral part of our holistic programme in the Middle Years Program (MYP) here at I-Shou International School and many of our students go on to very distinguished art schools upon their graduation from I-Shou. 


03International Secondary Department (ISD) Week 5 - A Week with Focus and Purpose

Through participation in Grade12 mock exams, Grade 11 student leadership, or Grades 9-11 Week Without Walls, the ISD students have performed wonderfully in whatever they have done.

The Grade 9, 10 and 11 students have been fully involved in a Week Without Walls, showing an ability to work effectively in teams and develop some creative solutions to address their particular Global Development Goal. A big thank you also, to all of the faculty who have ably led the learning in the classrooms and guided students to help develop final projects.

The Grade 11 student leaders have led by example, putting principles into practice they have shown that leadership is an equal balance between “what you do” and “how you do it” - well done Grade 11 students!

Finally, in the International Campus the Grade 12 mock exams have gone very smoothly this week. The Grade 12 students this year have received some exceptional college and university offers so far and these mock exams have provided all with an opportunity to focus on their personal learning, and are an important part of getting ready for their final exams in just 5 weeks time.

Congratulations ISD students - A WEEK WELL DONE!


04The Last Mile for Secondary Bilingual Department (SBD) Grade 12 Students - An Intensive Week

While the whole school is excited about the Week Without Walls, this week is also very important for all SBD Grade 12 students. After having their GSAT result, students are guided by our teachers and supervisors to carefully select the most appropriate universities to send out their applications.

This is a very important process for all of our senior students in SBD. We look forward to seeing SBD G12 students achieve success.


05Integrating Technology During Week Without Walls

At I-Shou International School we value the importance of technology rich lessons to prepare our students for a digital world. As students participate in the Week Without Walls, they use technology in a variety of interesting and unique ways. Students may use their devices for something as simple as research, or as complex as creating a video highlighting their key sustainability issue. At every step of the journey, students are using technology to enrich their education beyond the classroom.


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Digital Media Academy
Cambridge International Education