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Wanquan Campus

Phone: 010-82551751
Address: Building 14 of Wanquan Xinxin Jia yuan, Haidian, Beijing
Introduce: Huijia Kids - Wanquan is the first International kindergarten in Huijia Educational Organization. Huijia Kids - Wanquan is implementing Primary Years Programme developed by International Baccalaureate . Always following the philosophy of New Type, High Quality, International-Orientation, Huijia Kids - Wanquan integrates advanced educational philosophies, modernized teaching methodologies and traditional Chinese culture to build up a solid foundation for child development of morality habits.

Campus events


Wanquan Art Exhibition



Regarding the inquiry theme “How to express myself”, Wanquan campus held an art-oriented inquiry activity. For K2 students the way to express themselves might be painting, dancing, music, etc.




During the activity, we mixed the three primary colors and studied how colors change. Students created works by mixing different colors together.




Teachers put various everyday objects in the art area, including brushes, straw, wool, small balls, toys, and stamps. Students discovered ways use them to create a painting. They interacted with different colors, tools, and art forms. For example, they experimented by tearing up paper and pasting the strips together to make different shapes.




For our Spring theme, we presented the children with another art form: photography. We defined spring by taking pictures of the observable world.



Our art-oriented inquiry activity helped develop an appreciation of art, creativity, and self-confidence in our students. They improved their inquiry activeness, adventurous spirit, and communication skills.

Contributor: Huijia Kids Wanquan campus



Dragon Boat Festival Activity in Wanquan campus


Dragon Boat Festival is a Chinese festival. For children to learn more about this festival and to gain knowledge of traditional culture, Wanquan campus held a Dragon Festival activity. Teachers designated a festival week; during that week they gathered ideas for the festival from the children, learned about their interest and existing knowledge, then developed appropriate activities designed to teach the students more cultural information about the event. 





During Dragon Festival Week, teachers instructed children on how to use the internet, how to check out books from the library, and how to search for information about the festival. This encouraged the children’s curiosity. Teachers told various stories related to the festival. For example, they told the story of the life of Quyuan, the poet. They read his poetry and discussed why he is remembered on this day. After children heard the story they learned about the Chinese traditional art of ‘making a colorful robe’, ‘spice stuffing’, and ‘dragon boat competition‘. The parents were invited to the event and both parents and children enjoyed the atmosphere of ‘engagement, cooperation, and appreciation’ attitudes. 


    



This event is designed for children to understand Chinese tradition and to feel the joy of a traditional Chinese festival. Through the event children will understand that the holiday is not only a ‘day-off’, but that behind it there is historical and cultural significance. They can get an idea of the long history of Chinese art, and further develop a love for the country, love of our nation, and continue the development of a ‘Chinese heart’ as an international citizen.


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Wanquan Campus Mixed-age Kids Community Activities
 

Playing is the most effective approach for children’s inquiry-based learning. To encourage children to explore and learn through playing, in March, Huijia Kids Wanquan campus launched a Mixed-age Kids Community.  




Leading by foreign teachers

Six foreign teachers set up the activity communities according to their skills: percussion music, dance, polymer clay, story telling,guitar & singing, creative art. Teachers came up with fun and imaginative ideas to encourage children to join their activity communities.  




Mixed-age and Visiting other classes

The community events were held in different classes. Each child chose an activity based on their personal interests and knowledge of the different subjects. This event is designed to create a dynamic environment for children to experience communicating, interacting, and developing friendships with children from different age groups. This is a good opportunity for children to share experiences with different schoolmates and teachers, and for them to develop the attitudes of Tolerance, Curiosity, Sharing, and Cooperation. 




Every child acquires knowledge and skills through different activities. The communities are not fixed classes. They visit different classes and work together to learn from others and care and support each other through the PYP learning profiles: Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-minded, Caring, Risk-takers, Balanced, Reflective.



 

Mixed-age education and mixed-age activities play a unique role in developing children's social skills. Children exercise these skills through playing games with new teachers and new partners in new classes. It helps to increase their attention span, identify and achieve objectives through a set sequence, and gain a sense of independence. This encourages children to learn from each other and develop appreciation, language, and other social skills.   

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