On 21st March, we successfully hosted the CIS (Council of International Schools) tour with 29 universities from the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Canada.
The Year 11 Personal Project is the culminating experience of the IB MYP, and is undertaken by every MYP student in the world. It reflects everything that we hope to have taught during the five years of the MYP. On Friday 24th March the Year 11 students presented their Personal Projects.
The Group 4 (Science) Project is a project developed by all science students, (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) in which they have to work together as team to achieve their goals during the project.
The year 10, 11 and 12 students went to a field trip to the oldest wastewater treatment plant in Xi’an.
Congratulations to Qin! Last 8th March, an intense Inter-House Secondary Football Competition took place. The fighting spirit was very high, played by with mixed teams of boys and girls from Years 7 – 13. All teams were evenly matched, and which led to closely contested matches.
Year 7 students were learning swimming under Mr.Lynn’s instruction.
On Friday, 10th March, Hanova’s Primary students completed their second semester Read-a-thon. The finale included assembly recognition for the top 3 reading classes and an end of the day special assembly out on the football field to recognize all of the Read-a-thon readers! We are proud of our primary students for all of their hard work!
On alternate Fridays Upper Primary PYP students visit their Buddy classes in the Early Years and read together as part of our Pastoral Care programme in Primary School.
On Friday 17th and 24th February, Hanova held a Celebration of Success Assembly, during which our MYP students were awarded certificates for academic endeavour with subject prizes. We also recognised all our fantastic Year 12 students who enjoyed amazing success in a series of IGCSE exams last year.
On Thursday, 26th January, Hanova’s Secondary students celebrated Chinese New Year with a variety of activities – including a House competition called ‘Imperial Nibbles.’