Harbin Shunmai School was founded in 2014, located in the North Bank of the beautiful Songhua River in Harbin, No. 2 Shunmai Road, Songbei District, Harbin. It was invested by the Taiwanese Shunmai Group and approved by the Harbin Education Bureau as a high-end private school with kindergartens, primary schools, junior high schools, high schools and foreign language schools.
Harbin Shunmai School covers an area of 210,000 square meters, with a total floor area of 110,000 square meters and a total investment of 700 million yuan. The first phase project was built in 2013 and put into operation in 2014. The construction of primary school teaching building, junior high school teaching building and art museum is 30 thousand square meters.
Wang Guangcai Liu Jinzhi Chen Hong
Senior high school teacher：Zhang Li Liu XiQing
Junior middle school teachers：Zhang Hui Yang Bo Ding Xiuli Wu Xiang Gui Gao Feng Ying Lv Xi Ping Lin Zhi Jian He ShuhuaPrimary school teachers：Yang Weijie Zhang Xihui Wang Wei Kindergarten teacher：Zhao Ming Li Zhaojing Cui Yunxiu
Another year is green grass, still ten miles peach blossom. Green Yinchuncao is full of the enthusiasm of Shunmai School, pink apricot wrapped with the passion of Binxian teachers, in the bright spring of Songbei District - Binxian Pair Help Activities continue to deduce. In order to promote the integration of urban and rural education, realize the balanced development of education, and further develop the scale effect and radiation-driven role of high-quality educational resources, on the morning of April 26, 2019, Songbei District Education Bureau, Songbei District Teachers'Further Education School, Binxian Education Bureau and Binxian Teachers' Further Education School jointly organized Songbei District-Binxian Teachers'Teachers' Teachers'Teachers' Training Project No. 2, in 2019. During the period of training, Lin Zhijian, a teacher in middle junior middle of Shunmai School, as a teacher of mathematics training in this activity, conducted a special seminar and a special lecture for Binxian teachers. Lin Zhijian, an outstanding head teacher of the city, served as the head of mathematics preparation group of Harbin Shunmai School, won the first prize of the Exploration Cup, the first prize of the regional junior high school mathematics problem-solving contest, and the national high-quality course of "One Teacher, One Lesson and One Teacher" activity in the academic year of 2015-2016. Many papers were published in national journals, and the simulated mathematics examination papers of the three northeastern provinces were compiled. Learn the series of "Homework Testing", "Whole Course Guide", "Winning Vouchers in Hand", "Whole Course Study Volume" and "Learning Promotion". Activity content is divided into two parts Link one seminar: Review of Applied Questions. In class, Mr. Lin guides students'thinking step by step, and students are enlightened. The participating teachers benefit a lot. Link 2 Lecture: 1. a case study of the Chinese entrance examination: Interpretation of the twenty-sixth questions and circles in Songbei in 2019. 2. Geometry Research Act - SSAB Teachers participating in the lecture are enthusiastic in learning and active in communicating. This special training is of great guiding significance for Binxian junior middle school teachers how to have a good review class, especially for graduating teachers to better meet the entrance examination. The training has achieved the desired results, and at the same time, it also achieves the goal of "complementary advantages, mutual cooperation, sharing of results and common improvement". Building a strong fortress, acting as a pioneer model and promoting the development of education, Shunmai School will continue to implement the spirit of Songbei District Education Bureau and Songbei District Teachers'Further Education School, study actively and modestly, disseminate excellent teaching methods to the groups in need, and make efforts to achieve the balanced development of basic education in urban and rural areas.More>>
Fiery youth, passion May 4th. On the afternoon of April 30, 2019, "Inheriting the New Era of Youth and Brilliance in the May 4th Movement" - - Shunmai High School Summary and Commemoration Conference for the 100th Anniversary of the May 4th Movement and the Month of Civilization and Etiquette was held in our school's lecture hall. The youth of the whole school gathered together to celebrate their own festivals in the form of praise and reward, recitation of Music Poems and story telling. Chapter 1: Youth Dedication Musical poems begin with a magnificent picture of youth. A hundred years ago, in order to expel the darkness and strive for the brightness, and for the independence and prosperity of the motherland, a group of young people with high spirits wrote the most magnificent song of youth with their blood and life, and drew the most magnificent picture of youth. Nowadays, the May 4th Movement has been included in the history of the Chinese nation as a glorious page. Nevertheless, the May 4th Movement is not only a historical event, but also a spirit, which shows the young people's ardent love for our nation, their concern for the future and destiny of our country, and their responsibility and mission. At the beginning of the activity, the students recited the Baptism of the May 4th Movement with a music poem, which brought us back to that ancient and glorious age. Chapter 2: Youth Navigation Speech by Principal Wang of Shunmai High School Standing on the cusp of the new era, how should our younger generation deeply understand the spirit of the May 4th Movement and grasp the direction of life? Comrade Wang Guangcai, member of the Party Committee of Shunmai School and Secretary of the Party Committee of Shunmai High School, raised four ardent hopes to the young students. Act patriotically and build up self-confidence in the nation and the sense of responsibility for the society. Adhere to all-round development and shape a positive personality. Efforts should be made to learn scientific knowledge and practice scientific spirit with practical actions. We should inherit the spirit of democracy and freedom and be young people who abide by rules and regulations. Chapter 3: Youth Oath A solemn oath of admission In the past year, on the premise of students'voluntary application for admission to the Youth League, the school consulted the conditions for admission to the Youth League, and after strict examination, four students, Cui Mengru, Cui Xiongran, Liu Shuhao, Liu Yunqi, and Guo Yunqi, from Class 1 to Class 3, joined the Communist Youth League gloriously. On the spot, the old League members wear the badge and issue the League certificate for the new league members. The new and old League members, with their loudest voices and hearts, face the bright flag, clench their right fists and solemnly swear. Chapter 4: Glory of Youth The Power of Model Appraisal and Recognition In the past year, under the cordial care of the general Party branch of our school, League organizations at all levels actively carried out various forms of League activities under the leadership of the League Committee of our school, and a number of innovative and outstanding young learners emerged, forming a good atmosphere of striving for excellence. In order to inherit and carry forward the glorious tradition of the Communist Youth League, commend the advanced, set up a model, and encourage young friends to work hard, on the occasion of the May 4th Youth Day, the school commends a number of outstanding groups, young student representatives and outstanding student cadres. On the scene of the conference, Comrade Fang Ruijun, Vice Principal, read out the Decision of May 4th Priority Appraisal and Recognition by the High School Department of Shunmai School from 2018 to 2019. Winners Excellent League Branch Class 1, Class 3, Class 2, Class 3, Class 1 Excellent members of the Communist Youth League Plum ink (1.1) Yu Sihang (1.2) Zhang Wei (1.2) Zhu Jinyang (1.3) Keep quiet (1.3) Li Shangshu (1.4) Liu Hangyou (1.4) Zheng Fanfei (2.1) Li Tianrui (2.1) Luobing (2.2) Wang Heda (2.2) Guo Yanbin (2.3) Wen Jialiang (2.3) Li Yuting (2.4) Chen Zhibo (2.4) Tan Ziyi (3.3) Jie Hongyi (3.2) Chen Letian (3.1) Excellent cadres of the Communist Youth League Fu Tianjian (1.1) Sun Ruihan (1.1) Gao Mingzhe (1.2) Liu Minghe (1.2) Liu Suer (1.3) Sun Yijia (1.4) Li Jiale (2.1) Long Yunfei (2.2) Sun Bohao (2.3) Wang Lujia (2.4) Li Puruo (3.1) It is hoped that the collectives and individuals who are commended will take this as a new starting point. After reading out the decision, they will continue to strive for new achievements. In the future study and life, we should cherish honor and make further efforts to give full play to the leading role of model. It is hoped that the league members and cadres will learn advanced, down-to-earth, pioneering and enterprising, and make greater contributions to the scientific development of schools and the construction of League organizations at all levels. Chapter 5: Youth The activities of Civilized Etiquette Month are of great educational significance. On the occasion of commemorating the 100th anniversary of the May 4th Movement, the activities of Civilization and Etiquette Month in our school came to a successful conclusion. In the past two months, the flowers of Shunmai Campus Civilization have blossomed everywhere. Director Liu Chengcai of the Department of Political Science and Education led us to review the growth and progress of students in the past two months. For two months, the students applauded the emissaries of civilization who appeared in the activities of Civilization and Etiquette Month. They praised the excellent design of blackboard newspapers. The representatives of eight classes introduced their class badges, banners, styles and styles of study. They also praised the cultural construction of their respective classes. Winners Pacesetter of Civilization and Etiquette Hu Xinyi (1.1) Hao Rongxuan (1.1) Zhang Jinrui (1.2) Dong Jihua (1.3) Lu Kaixin (1.3) Su Jinzhao (1.4) Zhang Jingqi (2.1), Wang Xinyu (2.1) and Lu Siyu (2.2) Yue Yihang (2.2) Yang Boyao (2.3) Wang Ruyu (2.3) Gao Weiya (2.3), Zhang Chunchang (2.4) and Yang Wenqi (2.4) Excellent Young Volunteers Lu Zirui (1.1) Yang Jinjian (1.2) Zhang Jiacheng (1.3) Liu Zhenchuan (1.4) Li Can (2.1) Li Meilin (2.2) Zhu Xiaotong (2.3) Zhou Ziying (2.3) Hao Qing (2.3) Wang Yifan (2.4) 最美寝室 男生寝室 高二 715 男寝 高二 723 男寝 高一 618 男寝 高一 623 男寝 女生寝室 高一 712 女寝 高一 722 女寝 高二 605 女寝 高二 614 女寝 最美黑板报 高一 1 班 高二 2 班 高二 4 班 示范主题班会 高一 1 班 高一 2 班 高一 3 班 高一 4 班 高二 1 班 高二 2 班 高二 3 班 高二 4 班 文明礼仪标兵班 高一 1 班 高二 2 班 文明礼仪优秀班 高一 2 班 高一 4 班 高二 4 班 高二 1 班 国旗班 付天健（ 1.1 ） 彭骏浩（ 1.1 ） 郭雅琪（ 1.1 ） 吕子睿（ 1.1 ） 裴泓霖（ 1.2 ） 白佳旭（ 1.2 ） 李 冰（ 1.2 ） 周雨欣（ 1.2 ） 董济华（ 1.3 ） 乔越洋（ 1.3 ） 朱津洋（ 1.3 ） 吕凯欣（ 1.3 ） 刘友慧（ 1.4 ） 苏津朝（ 1.4 ） 赵中博（ 1.4 ） 李峰宇（ 1.4 ） 榜样是无穷的力量，标兵是引领我们前进的方向。在文明礼仪月中涌现出了一批先进集体和个人。我们希望这样的表彰能让文明的光芒永远温暖地照耀每个人的心田，让爱的奉献之歌永远在顺迈大地唱响。 第六篇章：青春理想 青春如火 燃烧希望与激情 满载着丰硕果实， 前进中的顺迈 学校高中部扬帆远航。托举着美好蓝图，与时俱进的号角齐心吹响。相信梦想、相信奇迹。相信自己、相信未来，最后同学们用一曲《我相信》表达了全体同学的决心和梦想，在这片秀美的土地上，顺迈青年以自己的智慧和豪情，创造了灿烂辉煌的昨天，也正创造着充满希望的明天。 The most beautiful bedroom Male dormitory 715 Men's Bedroom in Senior Two 723 Men's Bedroom in Senior Two 618 Men's Bedroom in Senior One 623 Men's Bedroom in Senior One Dormitory for girls Senior One 712 Dormitory 722 girls'beds in Senior One 605 Women's Bedroom in Senior Two No. 614 Dormitory in Senior Two The most beautiful blackboard newspaper Class 1, Class 2, Class 2, Class 4 Model Theme Class Meeting Class 1, grade one Class 2, grade one Class 3, grade one Class 4, grade one Class 1 of grade two Class 2 of grade two Class 3 of grade two Class 4 of grade two Civilized Etiquette Pacesetter Class Class 1, Class 2, Class 1 Excellent Class of Civilization and Etiquette Class 12, Class 14, Class 4, Class 2, Class 1 Flag class Fu Tianjian (1.1) Peng Junhao (1.1) Guo Yaqi (1.1) Lu Zirui (1.1) Pei Hong-lin (1.2) Bai Jiaxu (1.2) Li Bing (1.2) Zhou Yuxin (1.2) Dong Jihua (1.3) Joe Crossing the Ocean (1.3) Zhu Jinyang (1.3) Lu Kaixin (1.3) Liu Youhui (1.4) Su Jin Dynasty (1.4) Zhao Zhongbo (1.4) Li Fengyu (1.4) The example is the infinite strength, the vanguard is the direction which leads us to advance. In the month of civilized etiquette, a group of advanced collectives and individuals emerged. We hope that such recognition can make the light of civilization shine warmly on everyone's hearts forever and let the song of love's dedication sing smoothly. Chapter 6: Youth Ideals Youth burns with hope and passion Full of fruits, Shunmai High School is sailing ahead. Holding a beautiful blueprint, the horn of keeping pace with the times sounds together. Believe in dreams and miracles. Believing in themselves and the future, the students finally expressed the determination and dreams of all the students with a song "I Believe". In this beautiful land, Shunmai Youth created a brilliant yesterday with their wisdom and pride, and is also creating a promising tomorrow.
Decree No. 45 of the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China, the State Administration of Market Supervision and Administration of the People's Republic of China and the State Health Commission of the People's Republic of China The Regulations on School Food Safety and Nutrition and Health Management have been deliberated and approved by the 20th ministerial meeting of the Ministry of Education on August 20, 2018, the 9th bureau meeting of the State Administration of Market Supervision and Administration on December 18, 2018, and the 12th meeting of the Committee Directors of the State Health Commission on February 2, 2019, and are now promulgated for implementation on April 1, 2019. Minister of Education Chen Baosheng Zhang Mao, Director-General of the State Administration of Market Supervision and Administration Ma Xiaowei, Director of the National Health Commission February 20, 2019 Regulations on School Food Safety and Nutritional Health Management Chapter I General Provisions Article 1 These Provisions are formulated in accordance with the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the Food Safety Law), the Education Law of the People's Republic of China and the Regulations on the Implementation of the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China in order to guarantee the food safety and nutritional health of students and teachers who eat centrally at school and strengthen supervision and management. Article 2 These Provisions shall apply to the management of food safety and nutrition and health in schools and kindergartens (hereinafter referred to as schools) at all levels and in which education for academic qualifications is implemented. The term "centralized meals" as mentioned in these Provisions refers to the act of schools providing food to students and teachers centrally by dining in canteens or by purchasing food (including ordering food from dining units). Article 3 Centralized meals in schools shall be based on the principles of prevention, whole-process monitoring, territorial management and school implementation, and the working mechanism of division of responsibilities among education, food safety supervision and management, health and other departments shall be established. Article 4 Centralized meals in schools should adhere to the principle of public welfare and convenience, and improve the school food safety risk prevention and control system around the key links of procurement, storage, processing, distribution and meals, so as to ensure food safety and promote nutritional health. Article 5 Schools shall, in accordance with the provisions of food safety laws and regulations and the strategic requirements of healthy China, establish and improve relevant systems, implement school food safety responsibilities, and carry out publicity and education on food safety and nutritional health. Chapter II Management System Article 6 The local people's governments at or above the county level shall, in accordance with law, lead, organize and coordinate the supervision and management of school food safety and the response to unexpected food safety accidents, and incorporate school food safety into the emergency plans for food safety accidents in the region and the construction of the school safety risk prevention and control system. Article 7 Education departments shall guide and urge schools to establish and improve food safety and nutritional health-related management systems, regard school food safety and nutritional health management as an important part of implementing safety risk prevention and control responsibilities and promoting health education in schools, strengthen evaluation and assessment, guide and supervise schools to strengthen food safety education and daily management, and reduce food safety risks. Eliminate potential food safety hazards in a timely manner, improve nutritional and health levels, and actively assist relevant departments in their work. Article 8 The food safety supervision and administration department shall strengthen the supervision and management of food safety in schools for centralized meals, investigate and deal with illegal food safety acts involving schools according to law; establish food safety credit files in school canteens, and timely inform the Education Department of relevant information on school food safety; conduct spot checks and assessments on food safety administrators in school canteens, and guide schools to do a good job in food safety management. To conduct investigation and treatment of food safety accidents in schools in accordance with the law and in conjunction with relevant departments. Article 9 The competent health authorities shall organize and carry out monitoring of food safety risks and nutritional health on campus, provide nutritional guidance to schools, advocate healthy diet concepts, and train nutritional health professionals adapted to the needs of schools; guide schools to carry out knowledge education on foodborne diseases prevention and nutritional health, and carry out relevant epidemic prevention, control and disposal according to law; and organize medical machines; Construct and treat personnel who are injured by food safety accidents in schools. Article 10 Regional primary and secondary health care institutions, maternal and child health care institutions and disease prevention and control institutions shall, according to their duties or the requirements of relevant competent departments, organize and carry out monitoring, technical training and operational guidance on food safety and nutritional health in schools in the region. Encourage qualified areas to set up student nutrition and health professional guidance institutions, according to the dietary and nutritional guidelines of students of different ages and relevant provisions of health education, guide schools to carry out student nutrition and health related activities, guide the rational mix of diet. Article 11 Food safety supervision and administration departments shall take school campuses and surrounding areas as the focus of supervision and inspection, regularly carry out inspections of school canteens, catering units and food operators on campus and surrounding areas; each semester, they shall carry out special inspections of food safety in schools within their respective administrative areas in conjunction with education departments, and urge and guide schools to implement their food safety responsibilities. Chapter III Duties of Schools Article 12 The school principals (garden principals) are responsible for food safety. Schools should take food safety as an important part of school safety work, establish, improve and implement relevant food safety management system and work requirements, and regularly organize and carry out food safety hidden danger investigation. Article 13 Primary and secondary schools and kindergartens shall establish a system of centralized meals accompanied by meals. Each meal shall be served by the relevant person in charge of the school and the students, record the accompanying meals, and promptly find and solve the problems existing in the process of centralized meals. Conditional primary and secondary schools and kindergartens should establish a parent accompanying meal system, improve the corresponding working mechanism, and timely study and feedback on the opinions and suggestions of parents accompanying meals on school food safety and nutritional health. Article 14 Schools shall be equipped with full-time (part-time) food safety management personnel and nutrition and health management personnel, establish and implement the responsibility system for centralized dining posts, and clarify the responsibilities related to food safety and nutrition and health management. Where conditions permit, primary and secondary schools and kindergartens should be provided with nutrition professionals or schools should be supported to employ nutrition professionals to provide counseling and guidance on balanced diet and nutrition, and to promote the concepts of scientific meal preparation and dietary nutrition. Article 15 Staff members concerned with food safety and nutrition and health management in schools shall regularly receive training and assessment in accordance with relevant requirements, and study laws, regulations, standards and other relevant professional knowledge related to food safety and nutrition and health. Article 16 Schools shall establish a centralized information disclosure system for meals, make timely use of public information platforms and other means to disclose to parents of teachers and students information on the sources of food purchases and feeding units, and organize parents'representatives of teachers and students to participate in the management and supervision of food safety and nutrition and health. Article 17 Schools shall guide students to eat scientifically according to the nutritional guidelines for students'meals issued by the competent health authorities and the nutritional needs of students of different ages. Primary and secondary schools and kindergartens where conditions permit shall publish weekly meal-belt meals and nutrient supplies for students. Article 18 Schools shall strengthen the publicity and education of food safety and nutritional health, and carry out relevant scientific knowledge popularization and publicity and education activities at important time points such as National Food Safety Publicity Week, National Nutrition Week, Chinese Student Nutrition Day and National Iodine Deficiency Disease Prevention and Control Day. Schools should incorporate food safety and nutritional health related knowledge into the teaching content of health education, and carry out regular publicity and education activities through thematic class meetings and extracurricular practice. Article 19 Primary and secondary schools and kindergartens should cultivate students'healthy eating habits, strengthen the monitoring, evaluation and intervention of students' malnutrition and overweight and obesity, and make use of parents'schools to publicize and educate their parents about food safety and nutritional health. Article 20 Primary and secondary schools and kindergartens shall generally not set up food business places such as snack bars and supermarkets in schools. If there is a need for such places, permission shall be obtained according to law and high-salt, high-sugar and high-fat foods shall be avoided. Article 21 Schools shall listen to the opinions of parents'committees, student congresses and staff congresses in appropriate ways on major matters concerning food purchasing, canteen management and the selection of catering units, so as to guarantee the right of teachers and students' parents to know, participate, choose and supervise. Schools should open channels for food safety complaints, and listen to the opinions and suggestions of teachers and students'parents on canteens, purchased food and other related food safety. Article 22 Schools are encouraged to participate in food safety liability insurance. Chapter IV canteen management Article 23 Conditional schools shall set up canteens according to their needs to provide services for students and teachers. The canteens run independently by schools should adhere to the principle of public welfare rather than profit-making. The canteens of rural compulsory education schools that implement the nutrition improvement plan shall not be contracted out or entrusted to operate. If social forces are introduced to contract for or entrust the management of school canteens, they shall publicly catering service units or catering management units with good social reputation that can obtain food operation license according to law, undertake food safety responsibility or meet the requirements by means of tendering and bidding. Schools should sign contracts with contractors or entrusted operators according to law, clarify their rights and obligations in food safety and nutrition and health, assume management responsibilities, and urge them to implement food safety management system and fulfill their responsibilities in food safety and nutrition and health. The contractor or the entrusted operator shall operate in accordance with laws, regulations, rules, food safety standards and contract agreements, be responsible for food safety, and accept the supervision of the entrusted party. Article 24 School canteens shall obtain food business licenses according to law, operate strictly according to the business items specified in the food business licenses, and hang or place licenses in prominent positions in canteens. Article 25 School canteens shall establish a system of self-examination of food safety and nutritional and health status. If the operating conditions change and the food safety requirements are no longer met, the school canteen shall be rectified immediately; if there is a potential risk of food safety accidents, the food business activities shall be stopped immediately and reported to the local food safety supervision and administration department and the education department in a timely manner. Article 26 School canteens shall establish, improve and implement food safety management systems, formulate and implement food safety management systems such as cleaning and disinfection of places and facilities and equipment, maintenance and verification, control and management of the whole process from raw materials procurement to food supply, cleaning and disinfection of tableware and drinking utensils, and management of the use of food additives. Article 27 School canteens shall establish and implement health management and training systems for practitioners. Persons suffering from food safety diseases prescribed by the State Health and Health Commission shall not engage in the work of contacting directly imported food. Employees who engage in the work of contacting directly imported food shall undergo annual health checks, obtain health certificates before they can take up their jobs, and, if necessary, conduct temporary health checks. The health certificates of school canteen employees should be publicized uniformly in the prominent position of school canteen. School canteen employees should develop good personal hygiene habits, wash hands and disinfect food before processing and operating directly, and wear clean work clothes and hats before entering work. School canteen employees shall not smoke in the canteen. Article 28 School canteens shall establish a food safety traceability system to record and preserve information such as food purchase inspection truthfully, accurately and completely so as to ensure food traceability. The canteens are encouraged to collect and retain information on food management by means of information technology. Article 29 A school canteen shall have a place suitable for the variety, quantity and number of food served and keep the environment clean and tidy, and keep a prescribed distance from poisonous, harmful places and other sources of pollution. Article 30 The school canteen shall be equipped with corresponding facilities and equipment according to the variety, quantity and number of food served, and equipped with disinfection, changing clothes, toilet, lighting, ventilation, anti-corrosion, dust-proof, fly-proof, rat-proof, insect-proof, washing and equipment or facilities for waste water treatment, garbage and waste storage. Water facilities for washing hands, tableware and drinking utensils should be set up in the dining area or near the dining area. Food processing, storage, display, transshipment and other facilities and equipment shall be regularly maintained, cleaned and disinfected; insulation facilities and refrigeration facilities shall be regularly cleaned and checked. Article 31 School canteens shall have reasonable equipment layout and technological process to prevent cross-contamination between processed food and directly imported food, raw materials and finished or semi-finished products, and avoid food contact with toxic substances and impurities. In the manufacture and sale of cold food, raw food, mounted cake, fresh fruit and vegetable juice, special rooms or special operation zones shall be set up according to relevant requirements, and special rooms shall be disinfected before processing and production, and processed and operated by special persons. Article 32 The purchase of food and raw materials in school canteens shall follow the principles of safety, health and meeting nutritional needs. Where conditions permit, local or school shall implement the system of public bidding and centralized fixed-point procurement of bulk food. When signing procurement contracts, the responsibility and obligation of suppliers for food safety shall be clearly defined to ensure food safety. Article 33 School canteens shall establish a record system for inspection and inspection of food, food additives and food-related products. They shall faithfully and accurately record names, specifications, quantities, production dates or batches, shelf-life, purchase dates, names, addresses and contact modes of suppliers, and retain relevant vouchers containing the above information. The storage period of the purchase inspection records and related documents shall not be less than six months after the expiration of the product's warranty period; if the warranty period is not specified, the storage period shall not be less than two years. Records and vouchers of edible agricultural products shall not be kept for less than six months. Article 34 When purchasing food and raw materials in school canteens, relevant documents concerning permission shall be checked according to the following requirements, and copies or other documents with official seals (or signatures) or other certificates shall be retained: (1) Where food is purchased from a food producer, its food production license and product qualification certificate shall be inspected; (2) Where food is purchased from food dealers (shopping malls, supermarkets, convenience stores, etc.), their food business licenses shall be examined, etc. (3) When purchasing directly from producers of edible agricultural products, they shall examine and keep copies of their social credit codes or identity cards; (4) When purchasing edible agricultural products from a centralized trading market, purchase certificates affixed with official seals (or signed by the person in charge) by the market initiator or operator shall be obtained and retained; (5) Quarantine certificates of meat products shall be inspected when purchasing meat products; inspection certificates of meat products shall be inspected when purchasing meat products. Article 35 The purchase and use of the following food, food additives and food-related products are prohibited in school canteens: (1) Food and food additives that exceed the shelf life; (2) Food and food additives that are spoiled, rancid, mouldy, dirty, mixed with foreign substances, adulterated or have abnormal sensory properties; (3) Meat that has not been quarantined or that has not been quarantined in accordance with the regulations, or meat products that have not been inspected or that have not been inspected; (4) Food raw materials, food additives and food-related products such as disinfectants and detergents that do not meet the food safety standards; (5) Other food, food additives and food-related products that are prohibited from production or operation or do not meet the food safety standards as stipulated in laws, regulations and rules. The school canteen shall inspect the food and raw materials to be processed before processing, and shall not process or use them if it finds that there are conditions specified in the preceding paragraph. Article 36 The provision of vegetables and fruits in school canteens and the provision of food in accordance with international practices or national customs shall meet the requirements of food safety. No nitrite (including sodium nitrite and potassium nitrite) may be purchased, stored or used in school canteens. Primary and secondary schools and kindergarten canteens shall not manufacture and sell cold meat food, raw food food and mounted flower cake, nor shall they process and produce high-risk foods such as kidney beans, fresh yellow cauliflower, wild mushrooms and sprouted potatoes. The food safety supervision and administration departments of provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government may, in light of the actual situation, formulate catalogues of high-risk foods that cannot be manufactured and sold for centralized meals in primary and secondary schools and kindergartens in their respective regions. Article 37 School canteens shall store food in accordance with the requirements of ensuring food safety, so that ventilation and ventilation, partition and classification, off-wall and off-ground storage, fly and rodent prevention and insect control facilities are in good condition, and regular checks of stocks are carried out to clean up deteriorated or over-shelf-life foods in time. When storing bulk food, the name, date of production or batch number, shelf life, name of producer and contact method of the food shall be marked at the storage location. Refrigeration and freezing equipment used for food preservation shall be labeled, and raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products shall be stored in separate cabinets. Food depots shall not store toxic or harmful substances. Article 38 School canteens shall set up special preparation rooms or special operation zones, formulate and publicize personnel's operation norms in prominent locations, and avoid food contamination in preparation operations. Food additives shall be kept in special counters (locations) for special persons, and clearly marked, metered and used, and special records shall be made in accordance with relevant regulations. The food made in the school canteen should be used up as soon as possible after cooking, and the food that needs to be cooked should be cooked thoroughly. If it needs to be reused, it shall be stored by hot or cold storage in accordance with relevant specifications, and if it is confirmed that there is no spoilage, the food that needs to be heated shall be thoroughly heated at high temperature after eating. Article 40 The canteens of primary and secondary schools and kindergartens shall reserve samples of each finished food product processed and produced at each meal. The amount of samples reserved for each variety shall meet the needs of inspection and shall not be less than 125 grams. The names of the food reserved, the amount of samples reserved, the time of reserving samples and the personnel reserving samples shall be recorded. Sample food should be kept in a special refrigerator for more than 48 hours. For large-scale collective meals processed and produced in canteens of institutions of higher learning, hot food, non-ready-to-sell hot food, cold food, raw food and mounted cake shall be sampled in accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph, while other processed foods shall be sampled in accordance with the relevant provisions. Article 41 The water used in school canteens shall conform to the hygienic standards for drinking water prescribed by the State. Article 42 The kitchen waste generated in school canteens shall be removed promptly after meals and treated according to the requirements of environmental protection. The canteen shall set up special facilities for collecting kitchen wastes and clearly identify them. The kitchen wastes shall be collected and stored in accordance with the regulations, and relevant systems and accounts shall be established. The kitchen wastes shall be handed over to the domestic waste transport unit or the kitchen waste disposal unit that meets the requirements in accordance with the regulations. Article 43 School canteens shall establish a security system and take measures to prohibit non-canteen employees from entering food processing areas without permission. In the construction of campus safety information, schools should give priority to the realization of full coverage of video surveillance in key places such as canteen food warehouse, cooking room, preparation room, special room, sample room, tableware and drinking utensils cleaning and disinfection room. Article 44 In school canteens where conditions permit, bright kitchen stoves shall be made available, and the food processing process shall be made public by means of video or transparent glass windows or glass walls. We will encourage the use of information technology such as the Internet to strengthen supervision over the whole process of food sources, procurement, processing and production. Chapter V Management of Outsourcing Food Article 45 Where a school orders food from a catering unit, it shall establish and improve the management system of out-of-school meals, and a catering unit that can obtain food business license, bear food safety responsibility and have good social reputation. Schools should sign meal contracts (or agreements) with catering units to clarify the rights and obligations of food safety and nutrition and health of both parties, and keep them on file for reference. Article 46 Dining units shall strictly abide by laws, regulations and food safety standards, process meals and comply with the requirements of these Provisions in order to ensure food safety. Article 47 Schools shall conduct random appearance inspection and necessary inspection of the food provided by the catering units, and clearly stipulate in the catering contracts (or agreements) the handling methods of substandard food. Article 48 Where a school needs to share meals on the spot, it shall establish a management system for sharing meals. In the case of sharing meals in a classroom, the sanitary and tidy environment for sharing meals shall be guaranteed. Article 49 Where a school purchases food from abroad, it shall obtain relevant certificates, inspect the packaging labels of the products, and check the production date, shelf life and preservation conditions. If it cannot be distributed immediately, it shall be stored in accordance with the requirements of ensuring food safety. Chapter VI Investigation and Emergency Disposal of Food Safety Accidents Article 50 Schools shall establish emergency management and reporting system of food safety accidents for centralized meals and formulate plans for handling food safety accidents. In the event of a food safety accident involving centralized meals or a suspected food safety accident, the following measures shall be taken immediately: (1) Actively assist medical institutions in their treatment; (2) Stop serving meals and report to the local education, food safety supervision and management, health and other departments in accordance with regulations; (3) To seal up food and its raw materials, tools, appliances, equipment and facilities and on-site, which may or may lead to food safety accidents, and to take control measures in accordance with the requirements of the food safety supervision and administration department; (4) Cooperate with the food safety supervision department to conduct on-site investigation and treatment; (5) Cooperate with relevant departments to investigate dining teachers and students, strengthen contact with parents of teachers and students, inform the situation, and do a good job of communication and guidance. Article 51 After receiving the report of food safety accidents in schools, the education department shall immediately rush to the scene to assist the relevant departments in investigating and dealing with the accidents, urge the schools to take effective measures to prevent the accidents from expanding, and report to the Education Department of the people's government at a higher level. If a food safety accident in a school needs to start an emergency plan, the education department shall immediately report it to the people's government at the same level and to the education department at the next higher level and dispose of it in accordance with the regulations. Article 52 Food safety supervision and administration departments, together with health and education departments, shall investigate and deal with food safety accidents according to law. After receiving the report, disease prevention and control institutions at or above the county level shall conduct sanitary treatment of the accident site, conduct epidemiological investigation on the factors related to the accident, and timely submit epidemiological investigation reports to the departments of food safety supervision and management, health and other departments at the same level. The nature, consequences and investigation and treatment of school food safety accidents shall be promulgated and explained by the food safety supervision and administration department in conjunction with the health and education departments according to law. Article 53 Educational departments and schools shall establish and improve the mechanism for publishing food safety information in schools in accordance with the provisions of the unified national food safety information publication system, and actively pay attention to public opinions concerning food safety in local schools. In addition to the unified food safety information published by relevant departments, they shall publish relevant work information to the society accurately, timely and objectively in order to respond to social concerns. Chapter VII Accountability Article 54 In violation of Article 25, Article 26, Article 27, Paragraph 1, Article 33, and Article 34 (1), Paragraph 2 and Paragraph 5, school canteens (or catering units) fail to establish food safety management systems in accordance with the provisions, or fail to formulate and implement catering service business process control requirements in accordance with the provisions, the counties shall be responsible for the violation of Article 25, Article 26, Article 27, Paragraph 1, Article 33, and Article 34 (1), Paragraph 2 and Paragraph 5. The food safety supervision and administration departments of the people's governments at or above the level shall be punished in accordance with the provisions of Article 126, paragraph 1, of the Food Safety Law. In violation of Items (3) and (4) of Article 34 of these Provisions, if the school canteen (or catering unit) fails to examine or retain the social credit codes or copies of identity cards of producers of edible agricultural products, operators of centralized trading markets or operators, or purchase certificates or certificates of conformity, the food safety supervision and Administration Department of the people's government at or above the county level shall order them to change. If he refuses to make corrections, he shall be warned and fined not less than 5,000 yuan but not more than 30,000 yuan. Article 55 Whoever, in violation of paragraph 2 of Article 36 of these Provisions, purchases or stores nitrite (including sodium nitrite and potassium nitrite) in school canteens (or catering units), shall be ordered to make corrections by the food safety supervision and Administration Department of the people's government at or above the county level, given warnings and fined not less than 5000 yuan but not more than 30000 yuan. In violation of the third paragraph of Article 36 of these Provisions, the food safety supervision and Administration Department of the people's government at or above the county level shall order corrections if the primary and secondary schools, kindergarten canteens (or catering units) manufacture and sell cold buckwheat food, raw food, mounted flower cake, or process and produce high-risk foods such as kidney beans, fresh yellow cauliflower, wild mushrooms and sprouted potatoes; if they refuse to make corrections, they shall give warnings. They shall also be fined not less than 5,000 yuan but not more than 30,000 yuan. Article 56 In violation of Article 40 of these Provisions, if a school canteen (or catering unit) fails to keep samples as required, the food safety supervision and Administration Department of the people's government at or above the county level shall order it to make corrections and give warnings; if it refuses to make corrections, it shall be fined not less than 5,000 yuan but not more than 30,000 yuan. Article 57 If a school fails to fulfill its responsibility for food safety management under the Food Safety Law and the violations of these Provisions, the food safety administration department of the people's government at or above the county level shall, together with the education department, interview the principal person in charge of the school, and the competent education department of the school shall, according to the circumstances, give appropriate sanctions to the person in charge directly responsible for the school and other persons directly responsible for the school. Schools that implement nutrition improvement plans violate food safety laws and regulations as well as these provisions should be dealt with seriously. Article 58 If any of the following acts are committed by the relevant staff members or responsible persons in charge of food safety in schools, they shall be warned or punished by the competent educational department of schools; if the circumstances are serious, they shall be given a lower post grade or a dismissal penalty; if the circumstances are serious, they shall be given a dismissal penalty; if the case constitutes a crime, they shall be transferred to the judicial organ for handling according to law: (1) Those who know or ought to know that food or food raw materials are inferior or substandard and purchase them, or use their work to seek illegitimate interests in other ways; (2) Violating relevant provisions in bidding and material procurement, causing adverse effects or losses; (3) negligence in performing duties or irresponsibility in work or bad attitude, resulting in adverse effects; (4) Personal injury to teachers and students caused by illegal operations; (5) If a food safety accident occurs, he leaves his post without permission or fails to report in accordance with the regulations, fails to take measures to deal with it or fails to deal with it effectively; (6) Other acts that violate the requirements of these Provisions. Article 59 In any of the following circumstances, the competent education department of the school together with the relevant departments shall give appropriate sanctions to the persons in charge and other persons directly responsible for the food safety management of the school; if a crime is constituted, it shall be transferred to the judicial organ for handling according to law: (1) concealing, falsely reporting or delaying the reporting of food safety accidents; (2) concealing, forging, destroying or transferring substandard food or related evidence, evading inspection, making investigations difficult to carry out or making accountability difficult; (3) Failure to take effective control measures or organize rescue work to cause food poisoning accidents to expand, or failure to cooperate with relevant departments in food poisoning investigation and site preservation; (4) Other violations of relevant laws and regulations on food safety. Article 60 In areas where major food safety accidents occur in schools above the county level, the educational supervisory organ of the State Council or the educational supervisory organ of the provincial people's government shall interview the relevant persons in charge of the local people's government at or above the county level and submit them to the relevant departments for accountability according to law. Article 61 If the departments of food safety supervision and administration, health and education of the people's governments at or above the county level fail to fulfill their supervisory and administrative functions in accordance with the laws and regulations of food safety law and the requirements of these provisions, and thus cause food safety accidents in schools within their jurisdiction, they shall, in accordance with the Food Safety Law and relevant provisions, be directly responsible for the persons in charge and other direct responsibilities. Personnel shall be punished accordingly; if a crime is constituted, it shall be transferred to the judicial organ for handling according to law. Chapter VIII Supplementary Provisions Article 62 The meanings of the following terms in these Provisions are as follows: School canteen refers to a catering service provider that provides meals for students and faculty with relatively independent storage of raw materials, food processing and production, food supply and dining space. A catering unit refers to a food operator who centrally processes and distributes food but does not provide a dining place according to the order requirements of the service object. School canteen employees refer to those who are engaged in food purchasing, processing and manufacturing, catering, cleaning and disinfection of tableware and other catering services in the canteen. Pressed fruit and vegetable juice refers to fruit and vegetable juice drinks made on the spot with fresh fruits and vegetables as main raw materials and processed by means of pressing and crushing for consumers'direct drinking, excluding drinks made from concentrated pulp, concentrated juice and fruit and vegetable powder. The definitions of cold food, raw food and mounted cake shall be governed by the relevant provisions of the Measures for the Administration of Food Licensing. Article 63 Food safety in small-scale rural schools, where the number of people serving meals is small and it is difficult to establish canteens, as well as in small-scale rural schools with simple processing of students'own food, vegetables or hot meals for students, may be administered in accordance with the provisions of Article 36 of the Food Safety Law. Educational and training institutions providing meal services may be administered with reference to these Provisions. Article 64 These Provisions shall come into effect on April 1, 2019. The Regulations on Hygienic Management of School Dining Hall and Students'Collective Dining promulgated by the Ministry of Education and the former Ministry of Health on September 20, 2002 shall be abolished simultaneously.
When we were young, we liked to hold hands. Those hands were soft and firm. They always warmed our hearts and made us willing to hold them all the time. This is Mom's hands. Another year on Mother's Day, the calm May has become vivid and touching because of this warm day. In order to arouse children's sincere feelings for their mothers and know how to thank their parents for their hard work, on May 10, 2019, Shunmai kindergarten held a series of Mother's Day thematic activities. Ask the children what is maternal love, they may be difficult to answer accurately, but the children all know that it is a warm and happy feeling. As Mother's Day approaches, the children are ready to give their mothers a hand-made gift. Under the guidance and help of the teacher, the children earnestly make gifts for their mothers. They seem to be absorbed in the whole love of their mothers. The children in middle and large classes use brushes to show their mothers who are always beautiful and invincible. We spend every day with Mom, but do we really know Mom? What can we do for them? For this reason, teachers specially designed a "questionnaire about mothers" to help children understand more about the daily companionship, jingling, caring for our mothers. Subsequently, these gifts and paintings for mother were unified decorative combination of teachers, according to the school year as a unit for exhibition. Creative Works Exhibition on Mother's Day highlights the age characteristics of children in different school years. Baby and small class school years are mainly handcrafted, emphasizing on training children's hands-on operation ability; middle and large class school years are mainly paintings. Each class in big class school year has different painting themes, showing the children's eyes of the mother in an all-round way. At the same time, on the afternoon of May 10, the Bilingual Department organized Mother's Day Tea in the small theatre on the third floor of kindergarten. Nine classes of students and parents from the Bilingual Department of kindergarten and the Bilingual Department of primary school participated in this activity. At the beginning of the activity, Mr. Liang, a bilingual teacher, led us to enjoy a video about mothers, which touched the hearts of mothers. It reminded many of the children present of their mothers and made them wet their eyes when they recalled their life with their mothers. On behalf of the kindergarten, President Chen extended a warm welcome to the children and their parents who participated in the activities and thanked them for participating in such a meaningful activity during their busy schedule. She said that our school has been focusing on the cultivation of children's healthy disposition, and striving to create opportunities for their social interaction and communication. She hoped that this activity would enable children to learn to spread love, and also let them learn to care for and responsibility for society, family and friends. Happy Mothers'Day! Foreign teachers tell stories about Mother's Day, kindergarten bilingual Thanksgiving mothers poetry recitation, Primary School Bilingual Thanksgiving mothers English recitation, parent-child game "Two Tripods" and other programs all offer sincere holiday wishes. We present our carefully prepared cards and a beautiful carnation to our mother, give her a big hug, and a happy picture again. Mom, you have worked hard! _____________ Chorus "Happy Mother's Day" A cup of Thanksgiving tea I can't express my gratitude to my mother. Thank you for giving me life. Thank you for giving me a warm home. Mother's world is big. Lots of people to pretend to be. Her world is small. It's me all over the place. I'm not a perfect kid. You're not a perfect mother either. But even if it's not perfect We are the only one for each other. Mom 2019/05/12 Mother's Day I love you
The 10th issue of Shunmai School Journal and Party Magazine in Harbin was published in April 2019. It included such columns as School News, Party Building Activities, Chinese Studies Album, Education and Teaching, Shunmai Six Education, Composition Counseling, Teachers and Students Art Garden, and focused on how to explore the law of private education in practice, written by Liu, the school supervisor, and Yang Yang, a kindergarten teacher. "Exploration of Mixed Age Activities in Shunmai Kindergarten on Children's Social Development" and "Talking about the Time Value of Mixed Age Education in Family" written by kindergarten teachers Yang Haidong and Zhao Ming, etc.
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