Community

Environmental Committee Clothing Drive

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

As part of the Environment Committee’s endeavour to become the lighthouse School for Sustainability in Hong Kong we are “shouting out” for good quality second hand children’s clothing that may be too small for your sons and daughters. Last week, Jacaranda’s Charity, Hope for Cambodian Children sent us a message to say they have almost run out of clothing for […Read more]

School Wide

Study in the Czech republic

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

Have you considered studying in the Czech republic? It maybe and option if you are interested in studying medicine or dentistry in the future. An information session about university offerings will be held at KGV on Monday 19 March at 5:oopm to 6:00pm, for anyone interested in finding out more information. No registration is required. Feona Crawford | Head of Careers

Year 3 News

Week 8 News

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

As we cruise into Week 9 and our final weeks of Term 1, we all find ourselves asking…where has this term gone!? Year 3 have been busy learning about length and fractions, being introduced to our reading program: ‘Sharp Reading’, more Charlotte’s Web reading and comprehension, comparing themselves to other children from around the world and being introduced to persuasive […Read more]

School Wide

Environmental Committee off to a Flying Start

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

We are pleased to share that the Semester 1 Primary Environmental Committee has had a busy start to Term 1 with many initiatives already underway. The keys focus points for the committee and its work this year will be waste management, water and energy conservation, air quality and biodiversity. Stay tuned for more on our broader plans for 2018.     In […Read more]

Year 1 News

One Wonderful World

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

ENGLISH Our Term 1 topic on Appreciation continues and we turn our focus on making connections between characters and the events in a story with those in our own lives. Students have begun reading Boo to a Goose (another tale by Mem Fox) and are investigating alliteration, repetition, as well as, rewriting parts of the story.     Another wonderful […Read more]

Community

ILC Term 2 Enrolments Open

16 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

The International Learning Centre (ILC) provides outstanding, additional support for a range of subject areas, with predominant focus in the area of English. Our dynamic learning programs are available for students ranging from the age of 3 to 18 years old. ILC classes have been held at the AISHK campus for over 15 years and now offers over 20 classes. […Read more]

Sports and ECA

[Recap] SDRC Volleyball – AISHK shines in the spotlight

14 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

From 8-10 March AISHK was thrilled to host the 2018 SDRC Volleyball Tournament involving four other international schools; American International School Guangzhou (AISG), Quality Schools International Shenzhen (QSI), Shekou International School (SIS), Utahloy International School Guangzhou (UISG) 100 students and 20 coaches captivated the hearts and minds of all those in attendance. Our students played incredibly well over the three days […Read more]

Primary

Primary Visual Arts Celebrates the Year of the Dog

13 March 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

Early Childhood: Dogs have been a common theme across the grades this Term. Prep students have looked at traditional Chinese Paper cuts for inspiration practising a wide range of fine motor skills including tracing, tearing and cutting Chinese paper and red packets, pasting and using foam brushes and dye to create their dog images. Year One students have been inspired […Read more]