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Haileybury STEM Launches

Haileybury officially launched its Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering (STEM) Whole-School Program with an official ceremony and the opening of its STEM laboratory. School leaders, staff, and Years 7 to 11 students attended the ceremony along with some special guests.

The School was honoured to welcome Mr He Mubi, Director of Educational Technology and Information Research Centre of Tianjin Academy of Education Sciences, Mr Han Ruixin, Deputy Director of Education Comprehensive Service Centre of Tianjin Education Commission, and Mr Guo Yu, Curator of Tianjin Binhai Science and Technology Museum.


STEM


Masters of their Classes

Monash University successfully organised its annual ‘masterclass’ demonstration lessons to our Years 9 to 12 students last week. Masterclass subjects ranged from The Myths of Criminology and Artificial Intelligence to Drug Discoveries and Nutrition.

Students asked plenty of interesting questions, participated in discussions with leading professors and learned more about how university courses are delivered.

Monash University Master Class


Chinese Cultural Festival is a Hit at Haileybury

The Chinese Cultural Festival was held recently and the theme was Seeking and Stepping on Ancient Chinese Rhyme. The focus was on bringing primary school parents and children together to celebrate singing, poetry, calligraphy and art. Teachers, parents and students wore traditional costumes and made some special memories as they took part in traditional Chinese cultural activities.

Chinese Cultural Festival


Visitors from Tibet

Our Executive Principal, Mr Peter Rogerson, welcomed a rural revitalisation group from Jiangda County Tibet to our school as part of their communication tour of Beijing. The guests were introduced to our history and observed Calligraphy, Music and Swimming classes as well as learning about the management of our school.

Jiangda County. Tibet Rural


Senior School Green (Lv Zhu) House Makes New Friends in ELC

As part of their social service commitment, the Green House Leaders, Head of House Mr Jack Sun and tutor Mr Gerard Dunne visited a local early learning centre to help students with their lessons. They took part in storytelling sessions and in arts and craft activities, where they helped the younger children design colourful and fun t-shirts. The highlight of the day was everyone joining together to dance and sing to a popular children’s song.

Green House Early Learning Centre


Yanni Galanis

International Principal, HIST