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Q: Which is the best International school in Guangzhou?

Hi, I want to send my son to an International school, but i have heard many bad reports about the schools in Guangzhou.Can anyone give me some good information about the schools? I got some mixed reports about Country Garden in Shunde, and Clifford school in Panyu, Does anyone know of any better schools?

8 years 12 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Guangzhou

 
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It depends on the age of your child.  But the British school in Clifford is quite good (there are a couple schools in Clifford, so you will want to be careful which one you are applying to) and if your son is grade school age, there is a very nice international school located in the Global Villa area in Panyu.

 

I hope this helps.  Have a great day and enjoy Panyu.   It is one of my favorite places in China.

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Zhongda Huangpu primary school has a good International program, if you want to know more, leave me a message, good luck!!

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The best thing is to go and visit a school, not listen to rumours, and reports from people who are not qualified to judge ! Where are you living? There are some excellent International Schools with comprehensive curriculums, EG The International Baccalaureate(IB), with a very good standard of teachers, giving a holistic education.

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