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  • 국제 학교

    르만 국제 학교의 광활한 공간을 가진 캠퍼스는 청두 산기슭의 우거진 들판과 정원 속에 자리에 잡고 있습니다.

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  • LIS의 학생 생활

    학생들은 재능과 능력을 발견하고 새로운 관심사를 발견하여 평생 간직할 것입니다.


  • 경험 있고 재능 있는 팀

    우리가 훌륭한 국제학교로 성장하고 성공시킬 수 있었던 것은 경험 많고 재능 있는 전문가 팀으로 구성되어 있다는것이 가장 중요한 요소입니다.


  • 개인 성장

    르만에서 가장 중요하다고 생각하는 가치는 학생들의 학업과 개인적 성장이라고 믿습니다. 우리는 당신의 자녀가 평생 동안 성공할 수 있는 발판을 준비하기를 바랍니다.


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    르만 국제 학교(청두)는 중국 서남지역 최고의 국제학교로서 만3세 유아 에서 13학년까지 국제 교육을 제공해드리고 있습니다.


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    우리 가족의 최신 소식을 알아보기

Math News


Grade 6 and 8 students have been reintroduced to the Science Laboratory.
They discovered the hottest part of a Bunsen flame using tongs and a a length of wire.
They also attempted to heat 100ml of water to 110℃. Impossible you might say and the students know that too, now.

They seemed to enjoy the learning.


Mr. Rico’s homeroom advisory decorated the hallway bulletin board with positive words to remind ourselves to BE helpful, honest, unique, responsible, and so on.

Welcome to a New School Year

Students have been busy getting settled into their new classes this week and last week. Mr. Rico’s students have completed some introductory activities in their math classes to start off the new year.

Math Communication


Buster and Vitor paired up to have a “Math Talk.” They were working on plotting points on a number line. Mr. Rico instructs students on how be a good “Communicators” as one of the IB learner profiles.


Students shared their “Mathematical Autobiography” with their classmates, writing about their experiences with mathematics so far and what they hope to learn this year.


Grade 6 students completed a textbook scavenger hunt. This helps them to become more familiar with the different sections of their textbook and how to use them.

Setting Expectations for the Year


Grade 7 students had discussions in groups about their classroom expectations. Each group came up with a list of things they want to be implemented in class to foster a positive learning environment.


As an introductory activity in Mr. Rico’s classes, students selected one object from a tin of small metal charms (including a turtle, a clock, a pencil, a ruler, a dragonfly, and many more). Each student then explained how that object represented themself and what they are looking forward to in math class this year.