Bilingual education Archives - Dipont Education
Oliver Knapman, recruitment manager for Dipont’s Shanghai Huaer Collegiate School Kunshan, talks about his career and his role in recruiting staff to our exciting new school development. Dipont: Can you tell us a bit about your professional background and role with Dipont? Oliver: I have been in teacher recruitment in
Highly experienced educator and school leader, Stuart Walker, will join RDFZ King’s College Hangzhou as its new executive principal. Stuart, who will take up the role in August 2020, joins RDFZ King’s from GEMS World Academy in Dubai, where he has been head of school since 2015. An international career
Dipont Education opened its first two independent schools, RDFZ King’s College School Hangzhou and Nanwai King’s College School Wuxi, in September 2018. Since then, both have gone from strength to strength. Jeff Zhu, vice president at Dipont, responsible for the development of the schools, looks back over the first year
Teacher recruitment season has begun at Dipont Education and our recruiters are already busy filling positions for August 2020.
A new bilingual school in Kunshan, China, that is being developed by Dipont Education, has had its name confirmed. It will be called Shanghai Huaer Collegiate School or Huaer Collegiate for short. The name reflects the school’s location near the metropolis of Shanghai and honors the project’s Chinese partner, the
A celebration was held on Saturday 22 June 2019 to mark the completion of vertical construction on Dipont Education’s new K-12 school in Kunshan, China. The ‘topping out’ ceremony was held at the school construction site in the Kunshan Economic and Technological Development Zone. It was attended by representatives of
Dipont Education will open a new international school in Kunshan, China, in 2020. Expected to cater for 2,800 students at capacity, the school will follow an American and bilingual Chinese curriculum. This will be delivered with international pedagogy during the compulsory Chinese education phase at elementary and junior high level.