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22 October 2019 - 17:49, by , in SCIE news, No comments
A week before the National Holidays, all G-level students from SCIE participated in an exciting camping activity at Dapeng Ecology Garden. Working in individual teams and competing against each other, all the students participated with full enthusiasm. Everyone used both their physical and mental abilities to earn as many points as possible for each of...
21 October 2019 - 16:22, by , in SCIE news, No comments
After about fourteen hours of flight, we, Russia field trip group from SCIE, leaded by James Fish, Jamie and Stuart, finally got to the Sheremetyevo International airport and coached to the hotel. We had a pretty delicious Russian style dinner and quickly went to bed because such a long flight is really exhausting to the...
21 October 2019 - 11:25, by , in SCIE news, No comments
10th October 2019 was the World Mental Health Day. To raise awareness of mental health on campus of SCIE, a gratitude board was put up all day for the students and staff to put anonymous post-it notes to say what they were grated for, and the library prepared some books dealing with mental health, also...
19 September 2019 - 14:27, by , in SCIE news, No comments
BY PRINCIPAL (MR. MOBSBY) This morning, instead of being the Principal sitting in my office, I joined G1 as a student, following some of the students from Water2, G1.8 as they go through their lessons. The morning started at 7:50 with registration and a few minutes to read the Daily Bulletin on my laptop, then...
6 June 2019 - 10:44, by , in SCIE news, No comments
Here comes April. Scorching weather of summer is conveying a massage – the end of this academic year is approaching. G2, A1 and A2 students are going to prepare for their international exams and study leave, while G1s still have to work hard and take classes in the campus, reviewing for the end of year...
13 May 2019 - 16:05, by , in SCIE news, No comments
In the graduation season of 2019,  252 graduates from SCIE have received more than 1,000 admission offers from world-famous universities across the UK, US, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Sweden, Hong Kong and Japan by May 9. The total amount of scholarships has exceeded 13 million yuan. On the UK side, the G5 universities have issued 234...
9 May 2019 - 11:20, by , in SCIE news, No comments
Although this contemporary music lecture was arranged during the CIE examination period, music students were still participate in the lecture with passion and show their musical talents. The music conservatory visited SCIE today is the Musicians Institute (MI), a modern music school founded in 1977 in Hollywood, California, USA,  located on the Hollywood Walk of...
24 April 2019 - 8:06, by , in SCIE news, No comments
I made a documentary “The Definition” about the situation of elderly in Shenzhen to enter this competition. As I have some previous knowledge in filmmaking, learning from TBU studio, I though it would be meaningful if I combined my filmmaking skills with sociology knowledge.  In the meanwhile, after learning the very first chapter of sociology,...
24 April 2019 - 8:05, by , in SCIE news, No comments
My essay is on the recent development of China’s mental health care system and how it can help address this question. Though, I actually parried the question raised by the prompt, and I did not in the end emphasise too much that more care should be devoted to the socially vulnerable. Rather, I intended to...
23 April 2019 - 14:31, by , in SCIE news, No comments
British Sociological Association (BSA) is the largest organisations for sociology in UK. One of its aims is to promote sociology as a subject of study for high-schoolers. The BSA Teaching Group’s National A Level Competition invites essays and short videos from sociology students from AS level to AL level to enter. This year’s question “Using a...
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