The Western International School of Shanghai (WISS) is thrilled to announce the launch of its exclusive toddler and parent group, Kickstart. Designed for children aged 18 months to 3 years old, Kickstart aims to provide a stimulating and nurturing environment where toddlers can develop foundational skills while bonding with their parents.
Kickstart offers a unique opportunity for parents and their toddlers to engage in a range of age-appropriate activities that foster cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development. Led by experienced early childhood educators, the programme focuses on enhancing key developmental areas through play-based learning and parent-child interactions.
At the Western International School of Shanghai (WISS), we believe that every child possesses untapped creativity that must be nurtured. In line with this philosophy, we offer a range of experiences that enable our students to make real-world connections and grow holistically. One essential element of our educational approach is outdoor learning, which we believe offers numerous academic, social, and emotional benefits to students in our Early Years, Primary, and Secondary programs. A highlight of our commitment to outdoor education is the annual celebration of Outdoor Classroom Day.
The GAIL (Global Alliance for Innovative Learning) conference, which took place in Auckland, New Zealand, proved to be a transformative experience for students from the Western International School of Shanghai (WISS). As they stepped out of their comfort zones and embarked on a journey of cultural exploration, these students not only discovered the importance of embracing diversity but also refined their leadership skills. Through participating in various cultural activities and engaging in thought-provoking discussions, they gained valuable insights that will undoubtedly shape their future endeavors.
In a rapidly evolving world, where creativity and innovation reign supreme, the intersection of art and education has never been more crucial. It is within this dynamic context that the partnership between Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) and WISS (Western International School of Shanghai) emerges as a beacon of opportunity for aspiring artists and designers.
International Think Pink Day serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of raising awareness, educating communities, and supporting those affected by cancer. At Western International School of Shanghai (WISS), this day holds great significance, as it aligns with one of our school's core pillars: Community Service. Through engaging the community and actively participating in the celebration of Think Pink Day, WISS demonstrates its commitment to supporting and empowering the community.