Primary

AISHK Students Compete in Mandarin Speech Competitions

29 January 2020 Jen Ng 0

Towards the end of last year, we had a number of students take part in two different Mandarin Speech competitions: GAPSK Mandarin Speech Recitation Competition and 71st HK Schools Speech Festival (Mandarin Speech).  The results were outstanding. Mila (Year 6) competed in the GAPSK Mandarin Speech Recitation Competition (International Group) and received 2nd Runner-up in the Year 4/5 Optional Recitation category. Isla and […Read more]

Parent Association

Parent Association: Want to Be a 2020 Class Representative?

13 December 2019 Brigitte McNamara 0

Class Representatives The School and the Parent Association have a long tradition of enlisting Class Representatives for each year group to assist with communication between school and home, and to provide a link or contact point for parents within class groups. The role is especially important in helping to welcome new families to our school. Parents generally find being a […Read more]

Secondary

Virtual Reality in the AISHK Classroom 

11 December 2019 Jen Ng 0

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are two new technologies that are rapidly evolving and are increasingly being integrated into our daily lives. While people most often associate VR with video games, it actually has many more applications. Surgeons and dentists are using VR and AR to train before they work on living patients. Artists, designers and architects utilise […Read more]

Secondary

Year 10 Alternate Program for Term 4

11 December 2019 Jen Ng 0

During the final weeks of Term 4, our Year 10 students engaged in a range of enrichment activities. Although this alternate program is arranged every year for post-exam Year 10 students, there were some exciting additions for 2019. To support their preparation for their Year 11 courses of study, Week 9 began with a ‘Senior Studies Day’ on Monday 2nd […Read more]

Primary

Year 4 Arcade Games

11 December 2019 Jen Ng 0

Year 4 Arcade Games has become an institution at AISHK and this year’s was bigger and better than ever. Circumstances dictated a change of venue and day, but students helped set up cheerfully in classrooms.  This is the culmination of the integration of many areas of curriculum:  Digital technologies, Art and Geography.  It involved problem-solving and collaboration at every stage […Read more]