Qianjin Elementary School provides moral education
Adhering to the principle of being “education oriented, moral education first”, Qianjin Elementary School in Songbei district is making great efforts to build itself into an advanced moral education institute.
Located on the north bank of Songhua River in Harbin, Qianjin Elementary School was established in 1931. It now has 39 classes with more than 110 teachers and over 1,600 students.
The school provides an integral moral education system, strengthening moral education through the joint management of school leaders, teachers and student leaders.
The school has developed several featured extracurricular activities with the aim of getting each child to participate, such as graduation ceremonies, summer military camp, reading activities, Chinese paper cutting and etiquette courses.
A children’s theatre, dance club, science club, Chinese zither club, bau (a kind of musical instrument popular in southwestern China) club and other arts activities are also organized by the school, to cultivate children’s interests and good habits.
The school cooperates with parents and communities to ensure children’s comprehensive development, such as working with local police stations to enhance children’s legal awareness and attending patriotism classes to reinforce moral education.
Qianjin Elementary School will make continued efforts at providing children with a sound moral education.
Harbin’s Qianjin Elementary School in Songbei district goes to great lengths to provide children with a moral education. [Photo/my399.com]
The school principal plays with students on the playground. [Photo/my399.com]
Student traffic officers prepare to take part in an activity [Photo/my399.com]
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