Planning by the School and your Parent Association Ball Committee is in full swing to ensure a magical night lies ahead for you at “A Midsummer Night’s Ball”. Find all the details here on how to join in this enchanted evening and highlight community event for 2017!
This Thursday saw the culmination of many weeks of hard work, as Year 6 students presented their work on ‘Images of Greatness’. During the first half of this term, students researched key figures from throughout history to try and enhance their understanding of what it means to be truly ‘great’. Students were able to identify important figures who have made […Read more]
In addition to arranging keynote speaker, Mr Zoher Abdoolcarim (Asia Editor for TIME) to address students at AISMUN this year, the conference sponsor, TIME also provided fantastic giveaways on the day. The generosity continues with a special TIME subscription offer, just for AISHK students and parents. Simply click here to find out more and to subscribe. This offer will expire […Read more]
Congratulations to all participants of our AISHK MUN which was held last weekend. With a large number of student visitors from other Hong Kong schools, along with students from Shanghai and Taiwan, the event was a great success and had many accolades of praise from attendees. The conference was opened by Mr Zoher Abdoolcarim, the Asia Editor for Time International […Read more]
The Ball Committee are currently seeking prize donations for the raffle and silent auction at this year’s major fundraising event, the Midsummer Night’s Ball which will be held on Saturday 19 August. Thank you to those who have kindly donated to date. Funds raised at events such as the Ball help to support enhancements of the learning, teaching and recreational environments of AISHK. These initiatives further […Read more]
School climate is a holistic concept which encompasses four domains: safety, interpersonal relationships, teaching and learning, and the school environment. Improvement across these domains positively impacts student academic outcomes, and the mental health and wellbeing of the whole school community. School climate and school culture are different. Climate is a product of relationships and how people feel about their school. […Read more]