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2018 Immersion Trip to Shanghai, China


A total of 23 students from Primary 4 & 5 went for the 2018 Immersion Trip to Shanghai from 27 May 2018 to 31 May 2018. Students learned more about the Chinese culture and Chinese arts. Besides visiting the various places of interest in Shanghai, such as The Bund, Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Qi Bao Ancient Town, they also visited our twinning school, Shanghai No. 1 School. Through this trip, students developed global awareness and cross-cultural skills during their interactions with their Shanghai counterparts.

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School tour at Shanghai No 1 School.

pic3.jpgExchanging of souvenirs between the Principal of Shanghai No 1 School, Ms Sun Ai Jun and our Vice Principal, Mr Martin Chan, who led the team in this immersion.

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Attending language lesson at Shanghai No 1 School with our new Shanghai friends.

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Learning and fun time at the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium.

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Students enjoyed their learning at the Shanghai Art Museum and Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. 

How did we feel about the trip?

At Shanghai No.1 School, we learned paper cutting. The Art teacher taught us how to cut a star. All we had to do was fold the paper and cut, it may sound easy but the cutting needed to be precise and the paper neatly folded. Even though we had many difficulties, we enjoyed and found it interesting. The teacher was very patient with us and he helped us and also showed us the artworks that he did.
P4 Care Jennifer

Throughout the trip, I have learnt to be more responsible. One of my favourite places during the trip was the Science and Technology Museum. The robots on display could do many things like solving a Rubik cube and responding to commands. I hope to have the opportunity to take part in more immersion trips in the future. 

P4 Care Benson Yeo


The food in Shanghai was amazing. I hope to have a chance to attend PE lessons at Shanghai No 1 School and also get to see more of the school’s facilities. I wished I was able to go into Shanghai Tower and having more time to explore 七宝 古镇 too.

P5 Care Wallace


The 5-day trip was definitely exciting and interesting. On the 2nd day, we had English lessons with our Shanghai friends. They were very attentive in class and even raised their hands up so straight! On the 4th day, we went to the China Art Museum. There were hundreds of paintings there and every one of them has some meanings. I was really curious as I explored the gallery. Overall, I enjoyed the whole trip and I will definitely return to Shanghai. 

P5 Upright Davien Jiang 



Immersion Programme 2017 to Shanghai No.1 Primary School


24 students and 5 teachers went on 2017 Shanghai Immersion Trip. They went to Shanghai No.1 Primary School for a school exchange and also visit places of interest to learn new knowledge as well as Chinese Culture.

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 Group photo with students, parents, teachers and School leaders at the airport before taking off.

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Screenshot_20180823-080235.jpgLessons and activities at Shanghai No.1 Primary School.

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Immersion Programme to Shanghai No.1 Primary School                     (29 May 2016 – 3 June 2016)


A total of 24 students from Primary 4 & 5 joined 2016 Immersion trip to Shanghai. Students’ learnt more about Chinese Language, Culture and Arts. They also developed global awareness and cross-cultural skills from this trip. Students were given the chance to interact and learn from their China counterparts in Shanghai No.1 Primary School.

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Group photo at Shanghai No.1 Primary School

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Teachers and students having Music lesson.
Learning about rhythm.

Exploring the universe at Nature lesson.

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Our first try at Panda drawing with a brush!

PE lesson in a different way.
Let's work together and pass the blocks!

Screenshot_20180823-081901.jpgWant to try our cookie plant?
It's definitely edible and very delicious!