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After School Activities (ASA)

Early Childhood Center (ECC)


SIS provides enrichment activities that extend beyond the range of the regular school curriculum for PreK1 and PreK2 students. The activities are intended to foster children’s self esteem, independence and development through a range of experiences.

The activities, selected by the individual teacher, take into consideration the multiple intelligences of children, their interests, abilities and learning needs. ASAs encourage the student to use spare time productively. Students also have the opportunity to improve their abilities in a particular area e.g. art, clay, cooking, literacy. Students will often develop an ongoing appreciation of a particular subject matter that remains a life-long interest and source of enjoyment.

Elementary Activities

The overall aim of the elementary After-School Activities Program at SIS is to provide new educational opportunities for students. Based on student learning, the wide range of activities from which students can select may be creative, scholastic or athletic in nature.

The majority of activities are run by faculty on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. However, members from the outside community offer particular activities as well. Activities offered are meant to be enjoyable, challenging as well as interesting to students. The After-School Activities Program is designed to allow students to have time to play while exploring new challenges.

Some examples of elementary after school activities include, pottery, card games, homework club, math club, digital photography, football, choir, martial arts, chess club, elementary school student council, basketball, drama club, swimming (summer only) and Chinese culture club.

Transportation home after activities for all regular SIS bus riders will be provided. There are no fees for most of these activities unless specified.

Elementary School Sample ASA


Middle and High Schools Activities and Sports

The aim of our MS & HS Activities and Athletics Program is to engage as many students as possible and provide opportunities for them to excel and become skilled in areas outside of their classroom.

In addition, we want our students to have fun participating in the various school events and after school activities offered at SIS. These activities play an important role in the special growth that occurs during their transition into the teenage years.

It is our belief that, while we want our students to be busy and engaged in a variety of activities, it is important to instill in students a sense of commitment by helping them make the right choices, and not be overwhelmed by participating in too many activities. The SIS After School Activities & Athletics Program provides a wide range of activities students can participate in. Our program is structured in such a way that most athletic activities are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and non-athletic activities are offered on Mondays and Fridays.

We hope that both students and parents will appreciate the learning that can take place in the activities offered as SIS. Most of the after school activities are from 3:30pm to 4:45pm. Transportation for all regular SIS bus riders will be provided. There are usually no fees for the activities unless specified (special supplies that the school does not provide, or travel costs for particpation in competitions). Registration is a one-time process that occurs at the beginning of each trimester.

Middle and High School Sample ASA

Athletics Events

Posted 12/14/2017 07:48AM
5th graders did some "caroling" around Jingshan campus. They walked around and popped into classes to play a classic Christmas song on the tone chimes.
Posted 12/12/2017 03:27PM
Shenzhen was filled with musical sounds last week as our young learners participated and performed in festivities and concerts throughout SIS.
Posted 12/07/2017 11:04AM
Our teachers Clayton Dowty and Faye Krouse have been appointed as IB Examiners. This takes the total of IB examiners at SIS to 9.
Posted 12/07/2017 09:25AM
At SIS we engage children through inquiry based learning. The SIS First Lego League Team uses inquiry based learning to teach young students many skills across disciplines. Watch the video of our students explaining their projects and think about all the skills that these Grade 5 students learned and used to create their project.
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China

Shekou International School

Early Childhood and Elementary School Mountainside Campus

Jing Shan Villas, Nanhai Blvd
Shekou, Nanshan,
Shenzhen, Guangdong 518067 PRC
Phone: 86-755-2669-3669
Fax: 86-755-2667-4099

Middle School and High School Bayside Campus

A-101, Coastal Rose Phase 2, Wanghai Road,
Shekou, Nanshan,
Shenzhen, Guangdong PRC, 518067

USA

International Schools Services

15 Roszel Road, PO Box 5910
Princeton, NJ 08543
Phone: 01-609-452-0990
Fax: 01-609-452-2690

About SIS

Welcome to Shekou International School (SIS). Established in 1988, SIS is dedicated to meeting the diverse educational needs of the expatriate community in Shenzhen and Hong Kong.

Admissions

Shekou International School presently has over 800 students representing more than 40 different countries including the US, Canada, South Korea, Hong Kong, France and Germany.

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At SIS learning is the focus. See how students are challenged from an early age in a contemporary and academically rigorous environment.

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