Parent Association

Join us to celebrate Father’s Day!

18 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

Calling all AISHK families! Further to the Save the Date note last week, we invite you to Celebrate Father’s Day Friday Night Lights at AISHK on Friday 1 September, 4:00pm – 8:30pm.  Proudly supported by event Lead Sponsor, National Australia Bank, this will be a night of fun, fitness, freebies and friendly company! To avoid anyone missing out, games involving […Read more]

Sports and ECA

Staff Welcome and Sports News

11 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

We welcome Mr James Maiden to the role of Director of Sports for Terms 3 and 4. Mr Maiden is now working full-time for the school to manage the Sports and ECA office as well as teach primary PDHPE. The school has advertised for a Head of Sports and Activities from 2018 and we are in the process of interviewing […Read more]


6th Floor Classroom Renovations

11 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

6FL classroom renovations We are pleased to advise that the 6FL classroom renovations were completed during the July holiday break in a most timely and efficient manner. All fourteen classrooms have been updated with new carpet, LED lighting systems, pin boards, whiteboards and projectors. The new audio-visual system works well with the improved acoustics provided by renewed and consistent suspended […Read more]

School Wide

Update: AISHK Undercover Playground Refurbishment

11 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

We are pleased to provide  brief update on the planning of the AISHK undercover playground refurbishment. The School and Parent Association has sought input from AISHK teaching staff and a structural engineer in actioning our goal to create a holistic, practical and welcoming recreational environment for students. A consultant has also been engaged and has now provided concept graphics which illustrate an aesthetic […Read more]


Pathways to Creativity: Dr Helen Street

4 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

Imagine… Imagine a child of average appearance, average ability and average health. An ordinary child from an ordinary family. Now imagine that child attending an average state primary school followed by an average state high school. Throughout their time in the education system they are a solid player – not exceptional in academic subjects or sport. Not especially gifted in […Read more]


Q and A with Ms Meg Jones – School Psychologist

4 August 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

Join us in welcoming Ms Meg Jones, who has recently joined AISHK as a full-time school psychologist for years R-6. Welcome to AISHK! Can you tell us about your background and where you have worked, prior to our School? I moved to Hong Kong from Chennai, India in mid-June and I am loving Hong Kong so far. I’m a native […Read more]