About

Wycombe Abbey UK is already widely recognised as one of the best schools in the world and Wycombe Abbey School Changzhou is fast developing into a top school in China. WAIS offers the best of British and Chinese education in an English speaking environment preparing pupils to enter leading universities. Most pupils go to either UK or US universities.

School Life

WAIS teaches pupils in an entirely Western style. Pupils experience dynamic, creative learning in small classes, a huge range of sports, excellent music, ranging extra curricular activities and international travel.

News

Introduction to Robotics and Coding ECA

As a part of our various ECA offerings at WASCZ, the Introduction to Robotics and Coding ECA seeks to develop the junior pupils’ understanding of challenges and ability to problem solve within the field of STEM. This area of curriculum is of great global importance, with countries all over the world promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, which form the backbone of our modern society.

Artwork of the Week

Making sure our pupils have the chance to experiment with diverse media is one of the ways that our Art Department support pupils in creating portfolios that receive excellent IGCSE and A Level grades and gain admission to top universities. Universities are looking for artists who can use materials to tell the stories that they want to tell, about the subjects they are concerned with. Our Art Department provides full support for pupil’s portfolios as part of the school’s universities admissions service. Pupils spend hours of extra time with our Art teachers to make sure they have the very best portfolio. This week’s artwork of the week showcases all those skills.

Xinbei Fencing Competition

On Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th of May, the Wycombe Abbey Changzhou Fencing team travelled to Xinbei to take part in a competition, in which they saw great team and individual success. All the pupils, from Years 7 to 10, practiced the Epee style in their bouts, a form of fencing in which allows for the whole body to be a valid target for strikes made with the tip of the epee sword.