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Primary School Gets Colorful
Posted 06/02/2017 10:10AM

 

In an end-of-year art exhibition titled ‘Colorful,’ the works of foundation year to grade 5 have been on display from 22 May. Ink painting, tie-dye, traditional Chinese painting, 3D art, paper cutting, self-portrait and more are the various skills our primary school students have examined and honed. The central piece of the exhibition is called ‘Dream,’ a collaborative effort by all primary school grades. Art is one of the core subjects that cut across many IPC units, and is one of the pedagogical approaches used to help students delve deeper into their lessons. Here are a few highlights from the primary school's colorful world of learning.

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School Events

    • Monday - December 11, 2017 Keystone Education Salon Series: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik at Keystone - the child prodigy who changed the world 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMMulti-purpose Hall
    • Thursday - November 30, 2017 Keystone Education Salon Series: Xi Chuan and An Zhaoning - A Dialogue with a Young Poet 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMMulti-purpose Hall
Western Association Of Schools And Colleges Round Square
Beijing, China
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