Chinese New Year celebrations came to the centre of Durham on Saturday, 1st February. An annual event celebrating Chinese culture and arts in various forms, from traditional music & storytelling to even a giant dancing lion to welcome the Chinese Year of the Rat.
Chinese New Year celebrations came to the centre of Durham on Saturday, 9th February. An annual event celebrating Chinese culture and arts in various forms, from traditional music & storytelling to even a giant dancing lion to welcome the Chinese the year of the Pig.
The event which was made possible by Durham County Council with support from Durham University & CSSA, Durham Chinese School, Durham BID, Durham Markets was a massive success as hundreds of people turned out for a fantastic day of culture & entertainment despite the cold & damp February weather.
Congratulations to GCSE students who achieved outstanding results!
Durham Chinese School students achieved outstanding results in the latest GCSE exams. All our GCSE candidates have achieved overall A* grade. We extend our sincere congratulations to our students and wish them doing even better in future.
Durham Chinese School provides tuition support for GCSE candidates, as well as teaching Chinese language and culture to children from age Five to Post-GCSE.
Please get in touch with us if you are interested in sending your children to our School.
Followed the breath of the early summer and walked with the light footsteps, the students, parents and teachers of Durham Chinese School held the cheerful SPORT DAY in the Graham Sports Centre on 8th July 2018.
On this bright and crisp day, students had a good rest after the final examination through numerous games, such as sack race, egg spoon race, three-legged race, beanbag game, relay race and tug of war. Through these activities, students not only gained a deeper understanding of teamwork and the spirit of intense competition, but also had a good chance to interact closely with their parents.
The happy sports day finally ended in a pleasant atmosphere and its exciting scene still echoes in everybody’s mind.
Chinese schools headteachers in North England attended the conference at the Chinese Consulate in Manchester last month.
We discussed the future plans about how to standardise Chinese teaching in Overseas.