Pao School Story Team presents: 'Homework Troubles'

 

  Inevitably, there are times when children do not want to do their homework. Instead, they want to be entertained, and play with their smartphone or iPad, or perhaps they are tired, and fall asleep in class.     How can we help our children when they encounter these types of problems? How can we guide them through the process,...read more

   

 

 

YK Pao School Art Exhibition – Let's Celebrate!

 

    YK Pao School’s annual art exhibition will be held from Thursday, 27 April to Friday 26 May.   Please come and celebrate the amazing work our students have produced this year! Every child has chosen one piece of work to be featured in the exhibition.   Date:27 April-26 May Location:Pao School Primary Division, W...read more

   

 

 

Cycle for Love: Pao School helps leukemia patients

 

  To help leukemia patients and give them hope for a better life, YK Pao School Shanghai Pinghe School, Shanghai Star-River Bilingual School, and Shanghai United International School, co-organised a cycling event called Cycle For Love on 4 April. For every kilometer ridden, 1 yuan is donated.    Statistics show that leukemia is ...read more

   

 

 

Pao School's first graduating class accepted at top universities worldwide

 

  Pao School is proud to share news on university offers for our first graduating class of 49 students, a stellar list of outcomes on a par with those of long-established leading schools worldwide. 55% of students in the graduating class were admitted or offered conditional acceptance to their first ch...read more

   

 

 

A resplendent piano performance “On Wings of Song” lets us take flight

 

A resplendent piano performance  “On Wings of Song” lets us take flight     Under the direction of Dongfang Song, more than 70 Pao students recently performed a splendid piano concert for the parents, students and teachers of the Secondary Division. The concert included a wide array of virtuoso performances, which combined Chinese and Western musical traditions; among the high...read more

   

 

 

Combining Chinese homonyms: hua (words) and hua (painting) ---- Using figures of speech to teach students of Chinese as a second language

 

    Figures of speech are an important literary device. For students of Chinese as a second language, similies are both easy and difficult. The easy part for students is they can understand the relationship between the subject and object. The...read more

   

 

 

Acclaimed one-man show Mr. Darwin's Tree tickets now on sale

 

  This year, Pao School is celebrating its tenth anniversary, and has organised a special event programme to coincide with this milestone. One of the most outstanding of these events will be held on 22 April, when British actor Andrew Harris will perform Murray Watts' celebrated one-man play Mr. Darwin's Tree at Pao School. The ac...read more

   

 

 

Sing in the Shower. Dance to the Radio

 

  Sing in the Shower, Dance to the Radio. Year 12 IB Visual Art Exhibition                 The arts are not a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. ...read more

   

 

 

Pao students enrich campus cultural life with Book Week

 

        Reading books is important not just for studying, but also for cultivating one's character and enriching one's knowledge of the world. With its mission of whole-person education, Pao School encourages students to read books for all of the aforementioned reasons. Recently, Pao School's Secondary Division ...read more

   

 

 

Pao School debuts Character Education representatives

 

    I am Ying.  I represent wisdom and courage. I am both curious and a good listener. When I face difficulties, I never give up!     I am Kong.  I represent vitality and resourcefulness. I am active, optimistic and patient. I always see the good in people.   Putting together&...read more

   
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