SSIS Heart to Heart Group was able to donate RMB 60,000 to fund life-changing surgery and treatment for two children with congenital heart disease from Sichuan and Hunan provinces.
The “S” in CAS represents the service strand. This aspect of an IB education is classified as an unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student, while the rights, dignity and autonomy of all those involved are respected.
In our Secondary School we provide an abundance of opportunities for our students to give back in any way that is meaningful to them. Over the years we have developed strong partnerships with various community service organizations, not only on a local level, but globally as well. Whether there is a passion to help animals, the planet, or others, we have over 14 different service groups in secondary school for our senior students to join.
The Bo'Ai Charity Concert was a fantastic display of talent, friendship, and support for a wonderful cause.
We would like to extend a big thank you to the whole SSIS community for helping to collect and donate so many items to the Earthquake relief program, after the devastating tragedy in both Turkey and Syria last month.
On Saturday, SSIS students planned and played a series of fun and stimulating activities together with the children of Bo’Ai, including puzzles games, art works, and a treasure hunt!
The annual “Active for Action” event brings our school community together to have a fun run/walk and raise funds for various student service groups in both Elementary and Secondary divisions.
Our school service groups are all doing amazing work! From visiting retirement homes and migrant schools, to local gardening and in-school well-being projects, students used their talents, dedicated their hearts and efforts to serve the communities – both local and international. We thank all communities for their continued support for all our groups.
Our school service groups are all doing amazing things, from visiting retirement homes and migrant schools to local gardening and in-school well-being projects. Students use their talents to serve their communities – both local and international. We thank all of the community for their continued support for all our groups.