Suzhou International Foreign Language School from Jiangsu Province and Tengzhou No 1. School from Shandong Province has worked together to set up the international courses consistent with those in Ontario, Canada since August 2016. The Canadian program recruited 18 students in the first year. The project has been kept running well in which students made great progress. Also, the stakeholders hold the positive attitude toward it. Five of the students from the programme will go to Canada for their high school study in August this year.
2017年3月18日至3月20日，加拿大海外项目团队（Matt-上加拿大国际项目主任， Soda-苏州国际外语学校海外校校长，Melanie-上加拿大寄宿家庭区域主任， Brain-上加拿大留学生服务顾问 ，Bean-上加拿大EAL课程顾问）和苏国外国际项目团队（吴文娟校长、沈宗春主任、刘红霞主任）一行8人与滕州一中国际部就该校的国际项目进行深入的研讨和交流，取得了良好的效果。
A panel of eight members from both Canadian international project team and the international sector in Suzhou International Foreign Language School had a thorough and in-depth exchange of ideas on how to run the international programme with their counterparts in Tengzhou No 1. School from March 18 until March 20. Their meetings produced great positive outcomes. The panel members from Canada include Matt, the project leader in the international programme, Soda, the principal from Canadian branch of Suzhou International Foreign Language School, Melanie, the district leader for homestay service, Brain, the consultant for international student service, Bean, EAL consultant. Similarly, the panelists from China are Maggie Wu, the project leader of international programme in SILFS, Mr. Shen, and Mrs. Lu, deans of SIFLS.
Students, the stakeholders and the professional educationalists from both Canada and China took group pictures.
Canadian experts gave face-to-face tutorials to students.
Mrs. Liu coached students on how to select Canadian schools.
Soda delivered a speech which was appreciated by parents and students.
Maggie Wu expounded the international courses and examplified the differences between the oriental and the western education in Yucai Middle School.
Mr. Shen made responses to parents and students’ concerns on their choice of the international programme and the traditional public schools.