Community

Parent Association Talk Recap: Digital Dilemmas for ourselves and our young people

31 October 2019 Jen Ng 0

On Tuesday 29 October, the second Parent Association supported talk, titled ‘Digital Dilemmas – a parent’s guide to keeping children safe in the digital world’ was held. As part of the school’s wider commitment to wellbeing, the aim of these talks is to build positive relationships and strengthen connection across the AISHK community, whilst offering useful tools to keep on top of the […Read more]

Community

Miles of Smiles: Thanks Team Jacaranda

31 October 2019 Jen Ng 0

Last term we held our Mufti Day. The money raised on that day has arrived in Cambodia and been put to use at Hope for Cambodian Children. Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK) has once again made a tremendous fundraising drive for HOPE Programs.  This has provided our students with new books in both Khmer and English, plus an exercise/play […Read more]

Primary

ICAS Science and Spelling Award Winners 2019

29 October 2019 Jen Ng 0

Congratulations to the following student who have achieve a Credit, a Distinction or a High Distinction in the recent ICAS Science test: Congratulations to the following student who have achieve a Credit, a Distinction or a High Distinction in the recent ICAS Spelling test:

Community

Australian Consulate Christmas Card Competition

25 October 2019 Brigitte McNamara 0

Towards the end of each year the Australian Consulate in Hong Kong facilitates a Christmas card design competition for students across a range of age groups to participate in. The winning designs will be used by the Consulate for their cards and sending out Christmas cheer. This year the theme is “A Very Aussie Christmas” and AISHK students are invited to […Read more]

Community

Happy Diwali to our AISHK Families

25 October 2019 Jen Ng 0

Happy Diwali to our AISHK families and friends! Diwali is the five-day festival of lights (this year starting from Friday 25 October to Tuesday 29 October). It is celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. The festival celebrates new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness.

Head of School

[Head of School Message] World Teacher’s Day

25 October 2019 Brigitte McNamara 0

Across Australia today, World Teacher’s Day is being celebrated. Hopefully each of us can identify at least one teacher who we remember as having a significant impact on our lives. Three teachers stand out for me. Sister Eugene, who was my kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 teacher who taught me to read and inspired in me a lifelong love […Read more]

Primary

Year 6 Beijing Cultural Tour 2019

22 October 2019 Jen Ng 0

For another year, the skies hung in a glorious blue over the city of Beijing where our Year 6 students explored and learnt over 5 nights and 4 days. With bag loads of zest, courage, perseverance, resilience, kindness and social intelligence; the Year sixers certainly gave their all and took risks to make the most of their much anticipated week […Read more]