AISHK invites our community to enjoy a special night out on Broadway. Enjoy the musical stylings of AISHK primary and secondary ensembles, student Alumni and guest star Daniel Koek. Please see full details in the flyer below or click here to register.
Welcome back to what will be the last semester in Primary School for our Year 6 students. We hope that you had a relaxing break and were able to spend lots of quality time with your families. The students had plenty of stories to share of their exciting holiday adventures both abroad and in this wonderful city that we are […Read more]
The 19th Safaricom Marathon, organised by Tusk and the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy was held on Saturday 30 June, raising valuable funds for conservation projects throughout Kenya. Approximately 1,400 runners, including our very own Ian Nelson, competed in cooler than normal temperatures, at an altitude of 5500 feet. Ian was raising funds to support Tusk and battled through the 42km course to finish in a […Read more]
A special welcome back to Term 3 from all the Library Staff. This term is very significant for us as we celebrate Book Week in Week 6! As mentioned previously, the theme this year is: A reminder that on Friday 31 August Reception-Year 6 students may dress as their favourite book character or perhaps as something related to this year’s […Read more]
It was great to see everyone return this week, rested, full of smiles, eager and happy to be back at school after our four week break. Over the week I have enjoyed catching up with the students and hearing their varied and interesting holiday experiences. A very warm welcome to all of our new families and our 57 new students […Read more]
Next Wednesday 1 August, Wattle will host our annual Mufti Day as the main fundraiser for our charity One Sky Foundation. The theme for the day will be Wattle Wacky Races, with fun games and events happening across the entire school. Early Childhood and Primary will enjoy a range a ‘wacky’ races during their lunchtime and Secondary competing as pairs in […Read more]
As the wet weather season is well and truly upon us it is timely that we consider our wet weather dismissal procedures for our Early Childhood students (Prep, Year 1 and Year 2) only. In previous years, in adverse weather conditions, the pickup point has been the Sports Terrace. After some careful thought and with the well-being of our younger […Read more]
On Saturday 30 June 2018, Peter Stapleton, one of AISHK’s music teachers, was invited to perform a recital on the organ at St James’ Cathedral in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. The organ is one of only a handful in Queensland and is certainly the only true pipe organ in Townsville itself. It is a large instrument with 4 keyboards and 53 […Read more]