How does information differ from knowledge? What factors limit our ability to understand? When do we know when something is true? These questions, and others like them, are considered by students of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Theory of Knowledge (ToK) course. On Friday 26thApril the ToK students took a short trip to Kowloon to investigate how information is presented in […Read more]
On Saturday 4 May, AISHK will be the venue sponsor for the 2019 Preserve Planet Earth Forum (run by the Rotary Club). The theme this year will be focusing on ways that we can reduce waste in our everyday lives. There will be a lineup of experts who will be discussing current environmental issues along with proposed solutions. In addition, […Read more]
Term 2 is set to be yet another dynamic calendar of events at AISHK, all of which are a source of pride for our students, staff and parents. AISHK runs a number of official social media accounts to inform, recap and celebrate these activities. In addition to Dhanara, you can view images of AISHK activities, event recaps and videos on […Read more]
AISHK students, staff and community were humbled to help to keep the Anzac tradition alive this week at the Dawn Service in Central and at AISHK’s Ceremony. Attendees included Australian Consul-General, Ms Michaela Browning, New Zealand Consul-General, Mr Carl Worker and representatives of founding Associations of AISHK. We were honoured to welcome Major Adam Young to AISHK as he addressed […Read more]
Welcome back to the new term! I hope everyone has had a relaxing break with family. It was wonderful to welcome students back to school this week, excited about seeing their friends and teachers again. Earlier in the week, we also welcomed Sue Pike from the Australian Independent Schools (AIS) NSW who worked with teachers on how we can use […Read more]
AISHK Parents are invited to attend our Anzac Day Ceremony Date: Thursday 25 April, 2019 Time: 11:00am – approx. 11:45am Location: AISHK Field (G/F) Attendees will include Australian Consul-General, Ms Michaela Browning, New Zealand Consul-General, Mr Carl Worker and representatives of founding Associations of AISHK. Major Adam Young will also be in attendance and will address the audience with a speech during […Read more]
As in previous years, the AISHK community is welcome to join the Anzac Day Dawn Service which will be held at the Cenotaph in Central at 6:15am this Thursday 25 April. Please find the details below, provided by the Australian and New Zealand Consulates General.
On Wednesday 3 April, a group of five Year 11 students, taking the HSC Physics course, travelled to Ocean Park with their teacher to improve our understanding in the world of physics and to test if the rides at Ocean Park really were as fast as they claimed to be. We made our way through Ocean Park, measuring the time taken […Read more]