King’ College School Hangzhou is one of Dipont Education’s latest independent school developments, providing an internationalized learning experience while maintaining the requirements of the Chinese curriculum. Here, Tom Banyard, acting head of international at the school, tell us about how the school’s learning goes beyond the curriculum in order to
Explore CRS, a subsidiary company of Dipont Education, is supporting this year’s IPSEF Asia conference, taking place in Shanghai on 7-9 May 2019. Book through us Standard conference rates are 895 GBP per person or 595 GBP per person for three bookings or more. Book your place through us, however,
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.
Vanessa Cumbers, Recruitment Director at Dipont Education, spoke to International School Leader Magazine about the opening of our two independent schools in China: “Dipont Education opened two new schools in September 2018 that were set up in a unique partnership model with local government, two highly regarded Chinese schools (Nanjing
Dipont Education has signed an agreement to open a new independent school in Changzhou, a prefecture-level city in China’s Jiangsu province, in 2021. The new school will be the latest institution opened under Dipont’s partnership with King’s College School, Wimbledon, one of the United Kingdom’s top schools. In December, representatives
Dipont Education’s partnership with King’s College School is mentioned in this article from the Daily Telegraph. Top London college partners with China to open three British schools Daily Telegraph, Nov. 3, 2015 King’s College School in Wimbledon, London, has gone into partnership with Shanghai-based education provider Dipont to set up