Celebrated on 26 January each year, Australia Day is an opportunity for Australians to come together and celebrate the achievements of the nation as a whole. Australia Day is also a special day for the AISHK community as it marks the School's birthday. Our 20th anniversary celebration kicked off this week with the school gathering together on the Field to […Read more]
As we celebrate an important milestone next week, we strongly encourage all students and parents to attend our 20th Anniversary Commemoration Event on Friday 6 February, which will begin at 4:00pm on the Field. The event will include an official ceremony to mark the school's 20th birthday and a Performing Arts production featuring all 2014 Year 5 and Year 6 […Read more]
As we celebrate both Australia Day and our 20th Anniversary this year, we are pleased to announce that AISHK was on the front page of the City section of South China Morning Post (SCMP) and The Standard this week. We look forward to celebrating our 20th Anniversary with our students, their families, staff and our supporters next Friday 6 February.
On Tuesday 20 January, we were fortunate to have Susan Boucher, a highly experienced and well-respected education consultant, working with our teaching staff. Susan has worked at an executive level, both within Australia and internationally, in the education and health sectors for the past 20 years and has led teams working on improving the outcomes and wellbeing of children and […Read more]
As mentioned last week, the Development Office is looking for students who are interested in submitting content to our school publications as a contributor. Applications will be accepted until Monday 2 February. About You You are interested in news reporting, creative writing, illustration, photography or videography. Don't have experience in writing or being published? No problem. We will guide you […Read more]
A Message From Leonie Drew | Principal Primary Co Head of School. Dear Parents Welcome to the 2015 school year and a special warm welcome to all new primary students, staff and their families! We have 119 new students commencing school in primary and we hope that you will soon feel very much a part of the special community that […Read more]
During the early months of the 2014 school year, Year 5 began a very special proejct when they aimed to fold 1,000 paper cranes in memory of a very special young girl, Sadako Sasaki. Sadako died of Leukemia at the age of 12 as a result of a tragic atomic bombings that devastated Hiroshima on 6 August 1945. Students discussed […Read more]