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Satit International Bilingual School of Rangsit University Chiangmai (簡稱:SIBS )采用英國劍橋課程體系,提供一站式幼兒園至13年級的系統國際教育和多通道升學模式。中英雙語教學,以多元化的國際課程拓展學生的全球視野,支持學生的個性發展,以完備的校園設施提升學生的綜合人文素養,幫助學生完成各年齡階段所需的知識儲備及能力 學習,在未來國際環境中脫穎而出。

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Double your Future. Double your Degree

Cambridge International School



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? Students who are fluent in two languages

? Students who exceed both international and local standards

? Students who are enabled to reach their full potential

? Students who understand their role in society and the world

? Career focused tracks



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握兩門語言握兩門? 學生熟練掌握兩門語言

握兩門語言握兩門? 學生超越國際和國內教育標準

握兩門語言握兩門? 學生有能力充分挖掘自身潛力

握兩門語言握兩門? 學生了解自己在社會和世界中的角色定位

握兩門語言握兩門? 關注學生的職業發展規劃




Onet Results


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SIBS scores are higher than provincial,private schools and national averages

SIBS leads national results
(All subject: Thai, Math, Science, English)






IGCSE Results








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3 Students took the IGCSEalternative exam in 2020


All 3 Studentspassed IGCSESubjects with a C or above


3 Studentsearned an A* or APhysics, Computer Science,Mathematics, First Language Thai,First Language Chinese,Business Studies





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一站式K13系統國際教育,為5-19歲的學生提供一條完整清晰的劍橋教育路徑!

課程設置以劍橋國際學校IGCSE 和AS / A Level課程大綱為準。根據學生對大學的期望,指導他們完成課程選擇,幫助完成大學申請。




SIBS Pathway






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Kindergarten to Year 6

Integrated Learning

Solid Foundation

Year 7-13

Subject Based Teaching

High Results

Thai University and

International University

Admissions

幼兒園 Early Years School




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Early Years School


  • Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfill their potential.

  • The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) sets the standards to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children’s school readiness and gives children a broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the right foundation for good future progress through school and life

  • International Bilingual Curriculum


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Thinking, Research, Self management, Social, Communication





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Seasons

Rainy, Winter, Summer

Rainy, Winter, Summer

Rainy, Winter, Summer


Number of Transdisciplinary Units

Topic will reflect on the children's learning development; interests; families; culture and language. Planning in the moment based on the developing ideas and interests of the children across 3 seasons.

6 Units

My Family & Me!Transport & TravelNursery RhymesPeople who help usAnimals around the worldRecycling and the environ-ment

6 Units
All about me!Celebrations, Festivals and LightSuperheroes & People who help usLifecycles, Growing & MinibeastsTraditional StoriesGoing on an adventure


Characteristics of Effective Learn

Playing and exploring – engagement

Finding out and exploring Playing with what they know Being willing to ‘have a go’


Active learning – motivation

Being involved and concentrating Keeping trying Enjoying achieving what they set out to do


Creating and thinking critically – thinking
Having their own ideas Making links Choosing ways to do things


Learning & Development

Prime Areas

Personal, Social & Emotional Development Physical Development Communication & Language


Specific Areas

Literacy Mathematics Understanding the World Expressive Arts & Design


Aspects

Making RelationshipsSelf-confidence and self -awareness
Managing feelings & Behaviour
Moving & Handling
Health & Self Care
Being Bilingual
English. Thai, Mandarin
Listening & Attention
Understanding
Speaking
Mark Making
Focusliteracy

Numbers

Shape, space & Measure

People & communities

The world & science

Exploring Nature

Technology

Exploring using media and materials

Being imaginative

Music & Rhythm

Making RelationshipsSelf-confidence and self -awareness

Managing feelings & Behaviour

Moving & Handling

Health & Self Care

Being Bilingual

English. Thai, Mandarin

Listening & Attention

Understanding

Speaking

Mark Making

Focus literacy & Phonics Phases

Numbers

Shape, space & Measure

People & communities

The world & science

Exploring Nature

Technology

Exploring using media and materials

Being imaginative

Music & Rhythm

Making RelationshipsSelf-confidence and self -awareness

Managing feelings & Behaviour

Moving & Handling

Health & Self Care

Being Bilingual

English. Thai, Mandarin

Listening & Attention

Understanding

Speaking

Mark Making

Focus literacy & Phonics Phases

Numbers

Shape, space & Measure

People & communities

The world & science

Exploring Nature

Technology

Exploring using media and materials

Being imaginative

Music & Rhythm

Early Learning Goals




Other Provision


Outside school trips Visitors and parent connections Afternoon Teas sessions Student led conferences Early Years Exhibitions





A Day at SIBS--Kindergarten

Daily Schedule

8:00-8:30

Arrival to school

8:30-9:00

Rise and Shine Morning Activities

9:00-11:00

Inquiry Block: Children explore differentareas of provision within the indoor andoutdoor environment, (e.g. mark-making, maths, water, sand, dough, creative, roleplay, construction, Phonics, Thai, Mandarin, Music, Gym Nature Garden, Library, Messy Play, Sensory Engagement)

10:00-10:30

Morning snack, Story Time

11:00-12:00

Lunch times and transitions

14:00-14:30

Snack time and preparations for home timeReception will have a rest/ quiet time with books or other activities from 1:00 pm.

14:30-15:15

Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)


These times are there as guidelines, but as our children get innovative, messy and deeper into their learning they are subject to change based around the child’s inquiring mind and enjoyment in what they are doing. All areas of learning and development are integrated throughout all activities during each day.

- Water and Bathroom Breaks are continuously available -



小學 Primary School





Primary School

STUDENT CENTRED LEARNING, STUDENT CENTRED FUTURE

  • Meet International Curriculum standards across national standards

  • Subject Based Teaching and Learning

  • Centred to student strengths, skills and interests

  • Bilingual Language Strengths (English, Thai and Mandarin)

Satit International Bilingual School - Primary

Lower Primary

Upper Primary

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First Year of Primary

Transition from Early Years


Cambridge International Curriculum:

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

  • English, first   language

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Global Perspectives

  • ICT

  • Music

  • Art

  • Physical   Education

Languages:

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Thai MOE Requirements

  • Thai, First   Language

  • Thai, Additional   Language

  • Thai Language   Culture and   history Studies

Meet Chinese Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

  • Jolly Phonics

Meet Foreign Language Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

  • Jolly Phonics

Meet Chinese Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

Meet Chinese Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

Meet Chinese Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

Meet Chinese Education Standards

  • Mandarin, First   language

Additional:

  • Reading and   Library

Ipad integration for digital reading and comprehension

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   English   Proficien   cy assessment

Starters, Movers, Flyers

Ipad integration for digital reading and comprehension

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   English   Proficien   cy assessment

Starters, Movers, Flyers

Ipad integration for digital reading and comprehension

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Progression   Assessments

1:1 Integrated iPad programme across all subjects

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Progression   Assessments

1:1 Integrated iPad programme across all subjects

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Progression   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Outcome   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Progression   Assessments

  • Cambridge   Checkpoint

Exams:English, Math, Science

  • Identify English   First and Second   language   learners.

Providing opportunities to be a Cambridge Learner

Cambridge LearnersConfidentExpress yourself and respect others. Think about your own learning. Keen to explore and evaluate ideas and arguments in a structured, critical and analytical wayEngagedEager to learn and participate. Collaborate in new ideas. Focussed and concentrated learners.Sharing ideas and leading others.ResponsibleTake charge of yourself. Setting goals. Being honest with yourself and others. Appreciate the importance of culture, context andcommunityReflectiveReady to take on challenges. Like to try new things. Sharing opinions. Making positive contributions. Develop awareness and strategies to be lifelong learners.InnovativeA different way of thinking. Coming up with your own different ideas. Apply knowledge and understanding to solve new and unfamiliar problems.Creativity and imaginative learners.




Primary Curriculum

English First Language

Mathematics

Science

Global Perspectives

Cambridge Primary English promotes an enquiry-based approach, developing learners’ confidence, creativity and intellectual engagement for learning English.Lessons are designed to accommodate various language ability groups.Cambridge Primary Mathematics focuses on principles, patterns, systems, functions and relationships so learners can apply their mathematical knowledge and develop a holistic understanding of the subject. Providing a solid foundation upon which the later stages of education can be built.Children are naturally curious and Cambridge Science supports the development of their curiosity, helping students to investigate problems, learn more about the world around them and understand and use scientific explanations, through scientific enquiry, biology chemistry and physics as areas of learning.Global Perspectives is unique to Cambridge. It focuses on developing skills of research, analysis, evaluation, reflection, collaboration and communication. It also creates an opportunity for students to engage in current events and share experiences from their culture.

ICT (Digital Literacy)

Physical Education

Music

Art

Digital literacy is an essential skill for learners of all ages, including the youngest primary students. Teaching ICT from Year 1 allows our learners to connect; collaborate; innovate and discover technology tools, in a safe environment.Cambridge P.E. is about learning to move and moving to learn. Learners develop skills through a wide variety of age-appropriate physical activities, games, and sports.Cambridge Primary Music is designed to be flexible so learners can perform through singing, playing musical instruments and music technology. Learners experience music from their own culture as well as exploring music from other times and places around the world.Art & Design gives learners a platform to express themselves, sparking imagination, creativity and developing transferable skills. Students explore and push boundaries to become reflective, critical and decisive thinkers.

Mandarin first Language

Thai first language

Thai Additional Language

Thai Language Culture and History Studies
First Language Mandarin is for native speakers or advanced non-native speakers. Students learn how to employ a wide-ranging of vocabulary, grammar and spelling to apply when speaking, reading and writing Mandarin.First Language Thai is for learners whose first language is Thai or advanced non-native speakers. Aimed to develop learners' ability to communicate clearly, accurately and effectively in their home language. They learn how to employ a wide range of vocabulary, grammar and spelling to apply when speaking, reading and writing in Thai.Thai as an additional language is offered to non-native thai speakers, aimed to develop understanding for being a community member of Thailand. Students learn how to employ a wide-ranging of vocabulary, grammar and spelling to apply when speaking, reading and writing in Thai as an additional language.Offered to native and non-native thai speakers, providing our students to learn Thai disciplines, national celebrations, history and social expectations.




A Day at SIBS--Primary

Time

Activity

7:30 - 8:10

Arrival to school

8:10 - 8:20

Morning Assembly

8:20 - 8:40

Homeroom

8:40 - 9:30

Period 1 (Core or Specialist lessons)   

9:30 - 10:20

Period 2 (Core or Specialist lessons)

10:20 - 10:30

Morning Break

10:30 - 11:20

Period 3 (Core or Specialist lessons)

11:20 - 12:10

Primary Lunch

12:10 - 13:00

Period 4 (Core or Specialist lessons)

13:00 - 13:50

Period 5 (Core or Specialist lessons)

13:50 - 14:40

Afternoon Break

14:40 - 14:50

Period 6 (Core or Specialist lessons)

14:50 - 15:40

Period 7 (Core or Specialist lessons)

15:40 - 16:30

Extra Curricular Activities (ECA)

初中 Secondary School




Secondary School

Meet International and Thai M.O.E standards   

Subject Based Teaching

Streaming according to student strengths and interests

Preparing students for future careers


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Cambridge ExtendedProgramCambridge ExtendedProgramCambridge CoreProgramInternational CambridgeProgramInternational BilingualProgram

Key Stage 3

Cambridge Lower Secondary

Key Stage 3

Cambridge Lower Secondary

Inclusion via

Joint classes

Key Stage 3

Cambridge Lower Secondary

Inclusion via

Joint classes

Cambridge Lower Secondary

  • English

  • Thai Language / TAL

  • Thai Culture

  • Sciences

  • Maths

  • Global Perspectives

  • History

  • ICT

  • PE

  • Art

  • Music



**Meet Thai MOE Requirements


**Prepare students for Lower Secondary Checkpoint


**At-Risk Students identified and provided support

Cambridge Lower Secondary

  • English

  • Thai Language / TAL

  • Thai Culture

  • Sciences

  • Maths

  • Global Perspectives

  • History

  • ICT

  • PE

  • Art

  • Music


**Meet Thai MOE Requirements**Prepare students for Lower Secondary Checkpoint


**At-Risk Students identified and provided support

  • Thai Language

  • Thai Culture

  • History

  • Chinese (S)

  • Chinese (T)

  • Thai Language

  • ICT

  • PE

  • Art

  • Music


Cambridge IGCSE

  • Coordinated Science

  • Maths

  • Global Perspectives


English Advanced Pathway


Meet Thai MOE

requirements


Using Cambridge Lower Secondary standards

Cambridge Lower Secondary

  • English

  • Thai Language / TAL

  • Thai Culture

  • *Biology

  • *Chemistry

  • *Physics

  • Maths

  • Global Perspectives

  • History

  • ICT

  • PE

  • Art

  • Music


Lower Secondary Checkpoint Examinations


Prepare students for Extended

IGCSE


Mandatory to take a minimum 5 IGCSE subjects from the above list, with the addition of the Business Studies option in Year 10


  • Thai Language

  • Thai Culture

  • History

  • Chinese (S)

  • Chinese (T)

  • Thai Language

  • ICT

  • PE

  • Art

  • Music


Cambridge IGCSE

  • Coordinated Science

  • Maths

  • Global Perspectives


English Advanced Pathway

Meet Thai MOE

requirements


Using Cambridge Lower Secondary standards


Encourage students to take 5 IGCSE subjects



Student PassportFor Longitudinal Tracking(Years 7-13)

SIBS Junior Sports Teams* Badminton* Basketball* Football* Futsal

Student Council OpportunitiesHouse Activities Day



Secondary School

  • Pre-university courses and credit transfer (1 year)

  • Career focused

  • Preparing students for top Thai and International universities

  • Cambridge Qualifications = No Foundation Year Needed

  • Dual degree programmes at Rangsit University, KMITL, and universities abroad

  • Early placement into universities

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Cambridge ExtendedProgramCambridge ExtendedProgramCambridge CoreProgramCambridge ExtendedProgramCambridge ExtendedProgramTertiary EducationUniversity

IGCSE Year 1

Cambridge IGCSE

  • English

  • Thai First Language

  • Chinese First Language

  • Coordinated Sciences

  • Maths

  • *Business Studies

  • *ICT

  • *Global Perspectives

  • *History

  • Additional Subjects

  • TAL

  • Thai Culture & History

  • PE


Prepare students for Extended IGCSE


Mandatory to take at least 5 IGCSE subjects from the above list


*electives

IGCSE Year 2

Cambridge IGCSE

  • English

  • Thai First Language

  • Chinese First Language

  • Coordinated Sciences

  • Maths

  • *Business Studies

  • *ICT

  • *Global Perspectives

  • *History

  • Additional Subjects

  • TAL

  • Thai Culture & History

  • PE


Prepare students for Extended IGCSE


Mandatory to take at least 5 IGCSE subjects from the above list


*electives


Inclusion viaJoint classes

  • Thai Language

  • Thai Culture

  • History

  • Chinese (S)

  • Chinese (T)

  • Thai Language

  • ICT

  • PE


Cambridge IGCSE

  • Coordinated Science

  • Maths

  • Business Studies


English Advanced Pathway(Headway)


Meet Thai MOE requirements

AS level

Cambridge AS Level

  • English General Paper

  • Physics

  • Maths

  • Computer Science

  • Additional Subjects

  • TAL

  • PE


Prepare students for AS level Examinations


Mandatory to take at least 3 AS Level Subjects from the above list

AS level

Cambridge AS Level

  • English General Paper

  • Physics

  • Maths

  • Computer Science

  • Additional Subjects

  • TAL

  • PE


Prepare students for AS level Examinations


Mandatory to take at least 3 AS Level Subjects from the above list

Thailand Universities

Students can enter top Thai Universities - Thai or International Programs.


RSU & RSU ICDouble Degree Programmes


Transfer up to 30 credits

30 Credits = 1 Year


Early completion of bachelor degree programs and double degree programs.


KMITL


Credit transfer

Early completion of bachelors in Engineering

International Universities

Students can enter top Universities abroad - No foundation year needed.


Secondary School


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International

Cambridge Program

International

Cambridge Program

International

Cambridge Bilingual

Program

International

Cambridge Program

International

Cambridge Program

Tertiary Education

University


The freedom of independent study with guided mentors


Partners in Higher Learning

Murdoch University

University of Canberra

Sheffield Hallam

University

University 0f Hull

University of West England

Anglia Ruskin

University

De Montfort University, Leicester

Robert Gordon

University

University of Wollongong Australia


Longitudinal Student Passport (Years 7-13)

Student-Led Student Services

**Model United Nations

**Business Studies: Tuck Shop

**Digital Media Design

**Student Council (7 members)

Longitudinal Student Passport (Years 7-13)

Student-Led Student Services

**Model United Nations

**Business Studies: Tuck Shop

**Digital Media Design

**Student Council (7 members)


Community Service (30 hours Minimum before graduation)

Work Experience



SIBS Senior Sports Teams

* Badminton* Basketball* Football* Futsal

Student Council Opportunities

House Activities Day




A Day at SIBS--Secondary

Daily Schedule

7:45 - 8:20

Arrival and Morning Assembly(Students should arrive at or before 8:00)

8:20 - 8:40

Homeroom

8:40 - 9:30

Period 1

9:30 - 10:20

Period 2   

10:20 - 10:30

Morning Break

10:30 - 11:20

Period 3

11:20 - 12:10

Period 4 (Primary Lunch)

12:10 - 13:00

Secondary Lunch

13:00 - 13:50

Period 5

14:40 - 14:50

Period 6

14:50 - 15:40

Period 7

15:40 - 16:30

Extra Curricular Activities (ECA's) -optional

15:45 - 17:15

English Language Support (ELS) for whom it is required


普通話課程 SIBS Chiangmai Mandarin Curriculum


SIBS Chiangmai Mandarin Curriculum

SchoolYearsCurriculumLearning ObjectivesLearningMaterialsLearningEmphasis
Y1

Phonics:

1. a, o, e.

2. i, u, ü, y, w.

3. b, p, m, f.

4. d, t, n, l.

5. g, k, h.

6. j, q, x.

7. z, c, s.

8. zh, ch, sh, r.

9. ai, ei, ui.

10. ao, ou, iu.

11. ie, üe, er.

12. an, en, in, un, ün.

13. ang, eng, ing, ong.

Writing of basic strokes.

Basic reading.

Size and shape.

1. Introduction to Chinese Roman Pinyin:

- Learn Chinese Pinyin, be able to read quasi initial consonants, finals, tones and overall recognition of syllables, be able to accurately spell syllables, and correctly write initials, finals and syllables.

- Be able to read, correct and learn Putonghua with the help of Chinese pinyin.

2. Basic Literacy and Writing:

- Like to learn Chinese characters, and have the desire of active literacy.

- Know 300 common Chinese characters and write 100 of them.

- Master the basic strokes of Chinese characters.

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1. Chinese Roman Pinyin.

2. Know 300 common characters.

3. Write 100/300 characters.

4. Master the basic strokes of Chinese characters.

5. Proportional size and shape logic.


100/300


Y2

Reading Unit 1.

Reading Unit 2.

Reading Unit 3.

Reading Unit 4.

Reading Unit 5.

Reading Unit 6.

Literacy Unit 1.

Literacy Unit 2.

Oral communication (Interval arrangements.)

1. Literacy:

- Know 400 common Chinese characters and write 200 Chinese characters.

- Know the capital letters, memorize the Chinese phonetic alphabet, and learn to look up dictionaries with phonetic order.

2. Reading:

- Read the text correctly and fluently in Putonghua.

- Learn to read with the help of pictures in books.

3. Oral communication:

- Be able to listen to others and try to understand the main content of the speech.

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1. Basic reading skills with the help of pictures.

2. Read 400 words accu-rately.

3. Write 200/400 characters according to the stroke order.

4. Strokes of Chinese characters.

5. Proportional size and shape logic.


300/700


Y3

Chinese Reading1- 25.

Oral communication(Tone of speech & clear speech abilities.)

1. Roman Pinyin:

- Consolidate the Chinese phonetic alphabet.

2. Literacy:

- Read 900 characters accurately and write 500 characters.- Be able to write according to the order of strokes, write the characters correctly and evenly.

3. Writing:

- Chinese Punctuation.

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1. Read 900 characters accurately.

2. Write 500/900 characters according to the stroke order.

3. Strokes of Chinese characters.

4. Proportional size and shape logic.


800/1,600


Y4

Volume 1.

Articles 1 – 27.

Oral communication(Applied Language in dialogues.)

Volume 2.

Articles 1 – 32.

Intensive Readings 1 – 24

Skimming Texts 1 – 8.

1. Literacy:

- Recognize 500 characters and write 500 characters.

- Master the frame structure and writing rules of Chinese characters.

2. Reading:

- Read the text correctly, fluently and emotionally in Putonghua.

3. Conversation:

- Applied conversation employing new characters and words learned.

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1. Grasp the main content of an article and experience the thoughts and feelings expressed in the article.

2. Continue to learn to skim the main idea of an article.

3. Read 500 characters accurately.

4. Write 500/500 characters according to the stroke order.


1,300/2,100


Y5

Volume 1.

Articles 1 – 27.

Oral communication(Applied Language in dialogues.)

Volume 2.

Articles 1 – 27.

Intensive Readings 1 – 20

Skimming Texts 1 – 7.

1. Literacy:

- Recognize 500 characters and write 500 characters to develop the habit of active literacy.

2. Reading:

- Read the text correctly, fluently and emotionally in Putonghua.

3. Conversation:

- Applied conversation employing new characters and words learned.

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1. Grasp the main content of an article and experience the thoughts and feelings expressed in the article.

2. Continue to learn to skim the main idea of an article.

3. Read 500 characters accurately.

4. Write 500/500 characters according to the stroke order.


1,800/2,600


Y6

Complete / Full length comprehensive readings.

Oral communication(Applied Language in dialogues.)

Intensive Readings.Skimming Texts.

1. Literacy:

- Recognize 400 characters and write 400 characters to develop the habit of active literacy.

2. Reading:

- Read the text correctly, fluently and emotionally in Putonghua.

3. Conversation:

- Applied conversation employing new characters and words learned.

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1. Grasp the main content of an article and experience the thoughts and feelings expressed in the article.

2. Continue to learn to skim the main idea of an article.

3. Read 400 characters accurately.

4. Write 400/400 characters according to the stroke order.

2,200/3,000


Y7

(KeyStage 3)

Complete / Full length comprehensive readings.

Oral communication(Applied Language in dialogues.)

Intensive Readings.Skimming Texts.

1. Literacy:

- Access to about 150 new Chinese characters.

2. Supporting skills:

- Proper Chinese dictionary usage consolidation for self-learning, self-studying and self-searching.

3. Conversation:

- Applied conversation employing new characters and words learned.

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1. Last year of Elementary Chinese education as per China’s education programs. Elementary Y6 conclusion in China.

2. Grade level literacy is achieved = Chinese government literacy campaign completed.

3. Students are able to read newspapers, magazines, understand TV news and comprehend govern-ment/official announce-ments.


Y8

(KeyStage 3)

Complete / Full length comprehensive readings.

Oral communication(Applied Language in dialogues.)

Intensive Readings.Manner/Mood when reading and speaking

1. Literacy:

- Chinese literature, Classical Chinese, poetry.

2. Supporting skills:

- Chinese Grammar focus.

3. Conversation:

- Obtain a proper manner, tone, speech and mood.

- Applied conversation employing some new characters and words learned.

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1. Consolidate even further reading comprehension, tones and proper manner of speaking.

2. Consolidate “mood” while reading and while speaking to and with others.

3. Classical Chinese.


Y9

(KeyStage 3)

SpeakingConsolidation.

ReadingConsolidation.

Writing Consolidation.

Self-StudyingConsolidation.

1. Literacy:

- Chinese literature, Classical Chinese, poetry.

2. Supporting skills:

- Chinese Grammar focus.

3. Conversation:

- Obtain a proper manner, tone, speech and mood.

- Applied conversation employing some new characters and words learned.

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1. Consolidate even further reading comprehension, tones and proper manner of speaking.

2. Consolidate “mood” while reading and while speaking to and with others.

3. Classical Chinese.


Y10

(IGCSE Y1)

- Social relationships.

- Home town.

- Historical and heroic figures.

- Natural landscapes and traveling.

- Virtues and attitudes to studying.

- Be able to understand advanced narration.

- Be able to understand, comprehend and discuss argumentative texts, articles and writings.

- Be able to write about, discuss and interpret Classical Chinese.

- Advanced idioms interpretation.

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1. Expand vocabularyand idioms.

2. Narrative.

3. Argumentative.

4. Directed writing and Classical Chinese.


Y11

(IGCSE Y2)

- Chinese philoso-phers.

- Happiness: leisure, arts and sports.

- Everyday life.

- Author biography.

- Be able to understand advanced narration.

- Be able to understand, comprehend and discuss argumentative texts, articles and writings.

- Be able to write about, discuss and interpret Classical Chinese.

- Advanced idioms interpretation.

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1. Expand vocabularyand idioms.

2. Narrative.

3. Argumentative.

4. Directed writing and Classical Chinese.


Y12

(AS Level)

Cambridge Interna-tional A Level Chinese builds on the language skills gained at Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level or Cambridge International AS Level, and is the ideal foundation for university-level study, or to improve career prospects.

- Learners gain an understanding of how to use the language in a variety of situations.

- They will be expected to handle texts and other source materials, extracting information in order to respond to specific tasks.

- Through their studies, learners can expect to achieve greater fluency, accuracy and confidence in the language.

- They will also learn how to translate material from English into the Chinese.

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1. Translation from English to Chinese.

2. Advanced reading.

3. Advanced comprehen-sion.

4. Advanced wording, sentence patterns and grammas focus.

5. University level texts, articles, reading notes and narrations.


Academic Year Calendar


Date

Details

24th June 2021

Last day for students ( End of AY2020 Term2 )

9th August 2021

First day of Term 1/AY2021

18th - 22nd October 2021

October Break

25th October 2021

All teachers and students return

26th November 2021

SIBS Open House

16th December 2021

Term 1/2021 report cards and Parent-Teacher Conference

17th December 2021

Last day of Term 1/AY2021

18th December 2021   - 2nd January 2022

December Break

3rd January 2022

First day of Term 2/AY2021

19th February 2022

Student Showcase (Open House 2022)

14th March 2022 - 17th April 2022

Mid-term Break

18th April 2022

All teachers and students return

23rd June 2022

Term 2/AY2021 report cards and Parent-Teacher Conference

24th June 2022

Last day of Term 2/AY2021


*Information is subject to change as appropriate.

Placement Equivalent Table 2020-2021

Key Stages

Age ofAcceptance

SIBS Year Levels

Thai

UK

USA

Early Years

2 - 3 Years old

3 - 4 Years old

4 - 5 Years old

Toddlers

Nursery Reception

Toddlers

Anubaan 1

Anubaan 2

Pre-Nursery

Nursery

Reception

Pre- KG

Pre- KG

Pre- KG

Primary /Key Stage 1

5 - 6 Years old*

6 - 7 Years old*

7 - 8 Years old*

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Anubaan 3

Prathom 1

Prathom 2

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Kindergarten

Grade 1

Grade 2

Primary /Key Stage 2

8 - 9 Years old*

9 - 10 Years old*

10 to 11 Years old*

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Prathom 3

Prathom 4

Prathom 5

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Secondary /Key Stage 3

11 - 12 Years old*

12 - 13 Years old*

13 - 14 Years old*

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Prathom 6

Mathayom 1

Mathayom 2

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Secondary /Key Stage 4

14 - 15 Years old*

15 - 16 Years old*

Year 10

Year 11

Mathayom 3

Mathayom 4

Year 10

Year 11

Grade 9

Grade 10

Secondary /Key Stage 5

16 - 17 Years old*

17 - 18 Years old*

Year 12

Year 13

Mathayom 5

Mathayom 6

Year 12

Year 13

Grade 11

Grade 12


*Previous school transcript needed.

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