We Exchange, We Grow
Friendship activity between Changsha WES Academy and Qingyuan Primary School
On the morning of June 2, Mr. Andrew Britnell, Principal of Changsha WES Academy, along with his colleagues, and eight students in Grade 4/5, visited Qingyuan Primary School for an inter-school friendship activity.
Ms. WANG Yamin, Principal of Qingyuan Primary School, together with other school leaders and students, gave a warm welcome and expressed their sincere greetings. The teacher of creative arts and crafts class and the Young Sunflower Chorus showed their featured courses and had a pleasant exchange with CWA visitors.
Accompanied by the Principal, Ms. Wang Yamin, CWA visitors walked through Qingyuan Primary School. Principal Wang introduced the school’s development history, space arrangement and curriculum implementation. At the same time, the two principals held a dialogue on the educational philosophy, curriculum development, student fostering mode and cultural inheritance of both schools, aiming at promoting the exchange and reflection of Chinese and foreign educational culture. It was agreed that further communication would be useful in order to facilitate the common progress of both schools.
Visiting DreamFly Library
Experiencing featured courses of Qingyuan Primary School
Through teachers and students of two schools having class together, CWA members found out the characteristics of Qingyuan school’s curriculum and had a deeper understanding of Chinese school education, as well as the profound Chinese culture. Thanks to all the students acting as messengers of communion, Chinese and foreign culture combined, sparking brilliant and wise thoughts.
In this friendship activity, CWA students realized the precious qualities of Qingyuan students: sincerity, amicability, respect, etc. This event also established the friendly relations between Changsha WES Academy and Qingyuan Primary School, and facilitated the exchange on curriculum development and cultural inheritance, thus giving some new impetus for the future communication of these two schools.