Dulwich College International School of Beijing
City : bingjing
Website : www.dulwich-beijing.cn
Te l: 8610 6454-9000 Fax: 8610 6454-9001
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
In August 2005, Dulwich College first opened its doors to students in Beijing. Since then the College has grown and now has some 1120 students on roll ranging in age from 12 months to 18 years.
We are a British International school offering a curriculum based upon the English National Curriculum up to Year 9, IGCSE courses for students in Years 10 and 11, and the International Baccalaureate Diploma for our senior students in Years 12 and 13. Our curriculum is suitably adapted to reflect the needs of students in an international school and extends well beyond the formal classroom with a strong emphasis on the development of the individual. All students study compulsory Mandarin Chinese up to the end of Year 9, with many continuing with this as an examination subject in the senior years.
The College main campus is at Legend Garden, next to the Wen Yu river, ten minutes from the airport, and just off the expressway leading downtown. Legend has extensive sports grounds and state of the art facilities to support all aspects of our curriculum, and all students from Year 3 up come to this campus.
Our younger students are housed on either the River Garden campus or the Beijing Riviera Campus where there are age appropriate facilities.
Dulwich Beijing is a 21st Century school which has invested heavily in its computing facilities, running a Virtual Learning Environment and adopting a one-to-one laptop programme for students in Years 9 and above. There are interactive whiteboards in every classroom and all staff receive regular technical and pedagogical training in the use of technology. The Media Centre is at the heart of the school and houses the main school library, ICT support and a range of multi-media resources to support learning.
Many visitors comment on the atmosphere on all of our campuses which is open and friendly with students and staff working co-operatively together.
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