Please see the details attached.
The Sheffield Chinese Association and the Sheffield Chinese School have organised several events to celebrate the forthcoming Chinese New Year, Year of the Goat.
Please see the details attached.
We can now report on this this year's GCSE and GCE results. It has been an excellent year.
12 pupils received A* (A-star) for their GCSE exams, 3 pupils got A's, and 1 pupil received a B. Special praise goes out to Jessica Chan and Clement Guo Yu, who completed the exam without any mistakes: they received the full marks on all four papers!
Here is the list of some of the GCSE pupils:
Jessica Chan: A* (300)
Clement Guo Yu: A* (300)
Victoria Sham: A* (299)
David Chi Long Pang: A* (281)
Eugenia Vuong: A* (272)
Tina He: A* (unknown)
Stephen Jin Keng Lam: A* (unknown)
Ryan Ngan: A* (unknown)
Alice Pun: A* (unknown)
Michelle Pun: A* (unknown)
Mignon Pun: A* (unknown)
Vivian Tong: A* (unknown)
Geoffrey Man Chiu Lee: A (264)
Wen Hao Sum: A (244)
Amanda Tang: A (unknown)
Jeremy Huang: B (224)
For GCE-AS, the one pupil who took the exam received a B.
For GCE A-level, one pupil received an A and one student received a B.
Here is the list of the GCE pupils:
Ting Weng Kou: A (163)
Antony Peter Ching: B (72)
Loi Tong Ho: B (77)
We would like to congratulate all pupils with these excellent exam results.
As you might know, we have distributed three surveys today. One of these surveys is to evaluate the Sheffield Chinese School. The other two surveys document people's needs for extra services that the Sheffield Chinese School could offer, such as an English B2 course and an IT workshop.
At this moment, we have collected some preliminary responses to our general Evaluation Survey from parents who attended today's school. Of the 19 responses collected thus far, responses are overwhelmingly positive. All parents for example agreed that the school is well-led and well-managed. They would all recommend the school to parents, and found the school offered good value for money. This is excellent news, and we are very happy parents are happy with us.
There are also some things we will improve. One parent indicated that he was not kept informed of the school developementsa, events and matters of interest sufficiently. Another parent indicated the school could offer a wider range of cultural activities. Parents also suggested a more healthy tuck shop (including fruit), more academic feedback to parents during the year. Over the summer we will discuss how we can address the issues raised.
We are very happy 99% of our parents are very satisfied with our school, and look forward to raising this to 100%!
In the coming weeks we will process all responses and provide elaborative feedback on this website and in our personal communication to parents. /
Thank you to everyone who came to support our Chinese New Year celebration on Sunday 2nd February 2014, helping us celebrate the Year of the Horse. The event was very successful and festive.
Also thank you to all students and teachers of the Sheffield Chinese School who help put on a wonderful show of performances.
Photos of the Chinese New year parade and performances will be posted soon.
The Sheffield Chinese School remained its high standards of grades for the Chinese examinations.
The following people achieved an A* in GCSE:
Wan Tat Yeng, David Jiang, Vanessa Dam, Thomas Dam, Natalie Ying Chi Chan, Jonathan Chi Chung Chan, Felix Chung Him Chan, Yvonne Oi Ying Wong, Victoria Ann Chee Vuong, Christine Wing-Yee Wan, Brannon Yau, Jason Tan, Henry Ka Lok Chan & Jonathan Diep.
The following people achieved an A in GCSE:
Wing-See Chung & Ryan Dam.
The following people achieved an A at AS level:
Tin Weng Kou, Andy Kwok Leung Chung, Shirley Sue Ying Ngan, Chi Wan Man, Rachel Chan & Shan Ray Cheung.
Last but not least, Emily Cecilia Ching achieved an A at A level.
Well done to all our students for obtaining such good results!
Due to administrative reason, the Annual General Meeting of Sheffield Chinese Association will be rescheduled in advance on 16th June 2013. A special arrangement for the lessons will be 11:00am to 12:30 pm for Mandarin classes and 14:30pm tp 16:00pm for Cantonese classess.
The cultural classes will be cancelled on that day.
We urges member and parents with their children attend our AGM at 12:30pm in the school hall of King Edward VII Upper School, Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2PW.
Our students travelled to Birmingham for the UKFCS Cultural Performance on the 2nd March 2013. We entered the competition in three different categories: Martial Arts, Music and Dance. We did lion dance for martial arts, guzheng for music and a Chinese folk dance in the dance catrgory.
After lots of preparation, rehearsals and hard work from all students and teachers, they gave a wonderful performance.
The students came 1st in all three categories and won the winner's trophies. Furthermore, Sheffield Chinese School won the overall champion trophy!
Well done to everyone who participated!
Josh Li (left) and Emily Ching (below) won this year's Chinese New Year Card competition. The competition was organised by UK Federation of Chinese Schools.
Congratulations for designing such beautiful cards Josh and Emily!
Chinese New Year is just around the corner! The Sheffield Chinese School and Sheffield Chinese Association have arranged a series of events to celebrate the Year of the Snake.
The details are below:
NEW YEAR PARADE:
Saturday 9th February 2013, 12:00
Dragon and lion dance demonstration outside Sheffield Town Hall, and a march through the city centre to London Road.
NEW YEAR CELEBRATION:
Sunday 10th February 2013, 12:30
Performances, raffle and free light refreshments.
King Edward VII Lower School,
New Year Karaoke Night & Dinner:
Tuesday 26th February 2013, 18:00
(£25 per person- All proceeds are to fund the Chinese Association and School activities.)
Wong Ting Chinese Restaurant
6-8 Matilda Street,
Everyone is welcome to join these events to celebrate the Chinese New Year!
On behalf of the management committee of the Sheffield Chinese Association, we hope you have all had a good Christmas and happy new year. Our new school term starts on Sunday 6th January 2013, we look forward to seeing you again.