In Term 4, ECAs will begin on Monday 17 October 2016 and conclude Friday 9 December 2016. Activities will operate for eight weeks. The online system for enrolment will open on Friday 23 September at 3:00pm and remain open until Wednesday 12 October at 3pm.
This year for the first time, 27 students went to the Canadian International School to attend the second annual MUN Conference, CDNISMUN. This was a three-day event over the recent long weekend from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 November. As the Deputy Secretary General of CDNISMUN said at the Closing Ceremony on Sunday afternoon: “This conference has been amazing, it […Read more]
Congratulations to the following students who achieved a Credit, a Distinction or a High Distinction in the recent ICAS English test: Isaac Estera English 3D Credit Ryan Liu English 3D Distinction Oliver Moore English 3D Credit Tristan Wong English 3D Distinction Ava Ki English 3P Distinction Dylan Voyles English 3P Credit Audrey Kwok English 4K Distinction Kirsten Tran English 4M […Read more]
Thank you to parents who have responded to the MMG Education Survey for AISHK Parents, so far. Your feedback is valued and we encourage parents to take the survey which will remain open until Sunday 16 October.
Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.Ralph Waldo Emerson, 19th Century philosopher and poet I attended a recent forum and conference on mobilisation for social change, which focused on students’ experiential learning programmes in all their forms. I was interested in this having had the perspective of both introducing these at my previous school […Read more]
Communication channels and student email addresses Secondary students who have mobile phones at school are required to leave them locked in their lockers during the school day. There may be the occasion at recess and lunch where they feel the need to check them, but essentially they should remain secured in their lockers. Should you, as parents, have a need […Read more]
Two enormous weeks: The benefit of Books followed by a Chinese cultural extravaganza In an ever changing world, where information is often at the tip of our fingers or changes with the blink of an eye, it was wonderful to be involved in our annual Book Week celebration. Students were engaged in a variety of tasks, the majority of which […Read more]
Chinese Week at AISHK this year again coincided with the Mid-Autumn Festival, enabling students to celebrate the richness of Chinese culture and history through activities both at school and around Hong Kong this week. The wonderful lion dance started the week as usual. Mr Simons dotted the eyes of the two lions to symbolically bring the energy from the lions. […Read more]