What a great start to a Friday morning, and absolute treat to have Football Freestyler John Farnworth showcase his skills at our school this morning. John performed in front of a packed house down on the field and the Hong Kong heat was no obstacle for his energetic performance. Some of the tricks that he pulled off required incredible technique […Read more]
Last Saturday 1 September our AISHK community experienced a very special event. 112 students from Year 3 through to Year 12 performed along-side international West End singer Daniel Koek, who flew in direct from London especially for the event. Built around wonderful music from some of the world’s most loved musical theatre shows, the evening certainly lived up to its […Read more]
The 71st Music Festival will be held from 25 February through to 27 March 2019. If you are interested in applying for the festival please fill in the google form here so that we are aware of who intends to apply. Please note that entry forms will be available via the school app on 22 September and the deadline for […Read more]
Seams of a New Era is back! Our annual student-run charity fashion show for the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) is making its comeback in February 2019. Next year’s theme is Radiance and what you can expect from the show is as follows: An amalgamation of the Wes Anderson aesthetic, the liminal space of dusk and dawn, and the avant-garde […Read more]
As part of their Semester 2 course, Years 9 – 11 drama classes will each be performing a play at our annual Drama Night tonight, Tuesday 24th October. This marks the students’ final practical assessment for the semester. In the Year 9 play ‘Good Cop Bad Cop’, four rookie detectives try desperately to uncover the mystery of the confusing street […Read more]
Celebrate a Year in Primary Visual Arts on 13-14 November in the Auditorium.
For the second time, AISHK has sent a team of 27 delegates and three Chairs to the Canadian International School (CDNIS) to attend their annual conference, CDNISMUN. The three-day conference took place last weekend from 15 to 17 September. Our students approached the conference with great enthusiasm. Some excited to reunite with old friends from previous conferences, and everyone anticipating […Read more]
The animals of the plain are fearful of a strange and distant rumbling. “Something terrible is coming this way! It will destroy us and take over our plains”. The animals quickly seek the advice of Ghubari, a wise old woman who lives under the umbrella thorn tree. But her wise and cryptic words confuse them. In turn, the animals find […Read more]