Chinese Welfare Services of SA Inc.
Chinese Welfare Services of South Australia
Chinese Welfare Services of South Australia
224 Grote Street, Adelaide, South Australia
2018 常年大会在 Torrens Parade Ground 举行
28-05-2018 Smart Transport Ceremony 環保交通出行頒獎典禮
3月21日福利会举办了一个关于Home Care Packages的讲座。
Volunteer training about Manual handling 关于扶抱技巧的义工培训
On Feb. 21st, our CVS team went to Regency Green Residential Care for celebrating 2018 Chinese New Year
日期 : 2017年9月6日
歡迎你們參加 You are welcome to join us
Centennial Park 太极示范 2017
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照顧者旅遊日 45人在Clare Country Club 住宿
Chinese School of Chinese Welfare Services of SA Inc.
欢迎你来南澳华人中文学校学习中文。本校具备优越地理位置,于市区Sturt Street, 距离唐人街十分钟步行路程.学校热衷为学生准备精彩纷呈的活动,倡导在快乐的气氛中学习中文和中国文化.这里有热情敬业的老师,有积极融恰的师生关系. 本 校班級从幼儿直至八年級，各班老师利用课本及各种多媒体教学手段使小朋友们可以在一个快乐的气氛下学习中文。对于低年级学生我们采用拼音结合汉字教学，并 以多种儿歌，游戏为辅，从而使小朋友对中文产生兴趣，并循序渐进的提高。对于高年级同学，我们帮助学生全面提高听、说、读、写能力。为弘扬中华民族传统文化，在每学期末的聚会上，学校邀请不同的文化老师对学生讲授有趣的中国传统文化，在过去的几年中，学生分别学习了中华书法，剪纸，中國舞蹈，武术，舞狮及捏面人等。
上课地点: 位于市中心的Sturt Street Community School221 Sturt Street Adelaide 5000
开课日期: 根据南澳学校学期 (逢星期六)
We have school assembly at the end of each term and held at Sturt Street Community School Hall. On this day, there were a variety of activities undertaken by different year levels including Chinese quizzes, instrumental performances, poetry reading and cultural workshops and performances.
On the 14th June 2014, we went to Adelaide Zoo for our excursion. We went to visit the giant pandas, Wang Wang and Funi who are on a special mission as a symbol of Sino-Australian friendship to strengthen joint collaborative research. China Wildlife Conservative Association and the Adelaide Zoo, Australia has signed a cooperation agreement to carry out a ten-year cooperation research on project giant panda protection. Wang Wang, male, was born in Wolong base of China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda (CCRCGP) on 31 August 2005. He likes to eat fresh bamboo shoots. He is docile, intelligent and well behaved. Finu, female, was born in Wolong base of CCRCGP on 23 August 2006. She is lively and intelligent and likes to climb trees and play with water.
Children were involved in all aspects of cultural learning: calligraphy, Chinese cultural dance, Chinese flute, martial arts, paper-cutting, making Chinese knots and sports activities. Children were exposed to new activities which challenged their ‘comfort zones’ and learn about cooperation with others.
2009 was a very successful year for we see a large number of students involved in the games. With great coaching by the Ethnic teachers, the students pick up the skill of cooperation in 2 person 3 legged races. All the students played with determination and enthusiasm and it was great to see how much spirit and dedication all students showed throughout the game.
Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
This is a great opportunity for parents and teachers to communicate and give support to the students Ethnic School life. It is the support of parents given to the school in terms of time and commitment. PTA can organise PTA BBQ, fund raising through cake auction, talent quest and raffles. Other choices can be, Women’s dinner, Father’s Day breakfast, Mother’s Day raffles. Grants can be applied from the Independent Schools Parent Council of SA for a Parenting Seminar.
60th Birthday of the People’s Republic of China
Students were taught about the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1st 2009. Parts of Beijing have been shut down several times, allowing for rehearsals of a once-in-a-decade military parade, multiple artistic performances and shows, fireworks and more. Security concerns are high as well, bringing out large details of security personnel and equipment. Our students made posters and colouring to highlight this important day.
Participation in ANZAC DAY Project
Our students participate in the Knowing About ANZAC DAY project. Posters and a colouring competition were strongly welcomed. The students were taught about languages and characters related to ANZAC DAY.
Chinese calligraphy (Brush calligraphy) is an art unique to Asian cultures. To the artist, calligraphy is a mental exercise that coordinates the mind and the body to choose the best styling in expressing the content of the passage. It is a highly disciplined exercise indeed for one's physical and spiritual well being. Students were introduced this art at the end of the term and they had fun mastering the skill