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GIS Stories | Students Insights | Joshua

GIS Stories-Student-Joshua - 2017

For Joshua, GIS Year 13, 2017 cohort, the three words to describe GIS are “Supportive, Friendly, Accepting”.
Joshua will be going to McGill University after completion of his A-Level at GIS.
Check out the video below to find out more about how Garden International School brings out the best in him and what “We Are GIS” means to him.

 

“Hi my name is Joshua Liu. I’ve been at Garden International School for seven years and this August I’ll be heading to McGill University to study economics”.

What is your favorite part of studying in Garden International School?
Favorite was the diploma program. I completed the expanded project which was very useful. It helped me improve my research skills and writing skills which I think will be very important for me to use when I enter University

Describe how Garden International School teachers have supported your learning.
GIS teachers are very encouraging, very supportive and they use very interactive techniques to teach in classes, and it’s very enjoyable it makes me enjoy the lessons. Even outside of school hours they’re very responsive to emails if you have any questions and it makes learning not just something you do in school but all the time so every day.

Describe how Garden International School teachers have supported your learning.
Yes they always challenge ourselves in different ways like for example in math classes they’re always giving you
questions from outside of our syllabus and it’s always very interesting to test ourselves in different ways.

What is your favourite part of studying in Garden International School?
My favorite part of studying at GIS is the tight-knit community. In year 13 we have roughly a hundred students and it’s very enjoyable when we organize regular
community events, be in school outside of school or even the whole school community events like Mufti and the different community events and community service that the school provides.

What three words would you use to describe the school?
Supportive, friendly and accepting.

What does “we are GIS” mean to you?
“We are GIS” represents such a large school and it is very open-minded and you can definitely find something you enjoy to do here.

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