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Student Ambassadors on display

19 May 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

I happily report that we had a much-appreciated vice-regal visit on Thursday.  His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC, Governor of New South Wales and Mrs Linda Hurley spent two hours with us touring the school and most importantly, engaging with our students. The Governor and Mrs Hurley visited a spectrum of classes and activities including, Ms Robyn […Read more]

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Silver and Gold Swimming Wins in Australia

17 February 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

During the Christmas break, students Sam and Bill Thorley entered five Open Water competitions in Australia as lead-ups to the nationals-level. In an outstanding result, they went on to win or place in all of them, starting with the NSW State Open Water Championships in Sydney, in which they both won the gold medal in the 10km in their age groups. […Read more]

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Rugby Success in DB and Beyond

17 February 2017 Brigitte McNamara 0

Congratulations to Imogen Felton (6B) who made the Peninsula 15-girl team in the annual New Year’s Day Tournament, also winning MVP in a festival in mid-December. In January, Imogen captained her team winning the Cup at the recent Discovery Bay All-Girls Beach Festival, where she was joined by Bridie Spiller and Lucy Ridley in one of the competitions. Well done […Read more]

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Wakka Wakka Talent Show

25 November 2016 super_administrator 0

This year’s Wakka Wakka Talent show hosted by Waratah and Wattle House Captains saw eleven performances that showcased the amazing talent across the Primary Division. It was jam-packed with entertaining, creative and awesome acts. Ethan Leung kicked off the show with his mind-blowing magic and left us wondering how on earth he made that giant straw appear! Matilda Batman rocked […Read more]

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Wildlife Photographer and Author Jan Latta

21 October 2016 super_administrator 0

Australian author and wildlife photographer Jan Latta thoroughly entertained all students from Reception to Year 6 on Thursday. Jan was born in Sydney, Australia and has travelled around the world capturing stunning images of endangered animals in their natural habitat. She chooses to share her adventures in her ‘True to Life’ series of books. Jan began her career in advertising […Read more]

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Dream Big -A visit from Microsoft Australia's Pip Marlow

14 October 2016 super_administrator 0

This week, students in Year 9, 10 and 11 were lucky enough to hear from guest speaker Pip Marlow, Managing Director of Microsoft Australia. Beginning her career at Microsoft more than 20 years ago in 1995, Pip Marlow is responsible for Microsoft’s overall business in Australia, ensuring the company meets the needs of customers and over 11,000 partners and independent […Read more]

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Chinese Week

16 September 2016 super_administrator 0

Chinese Week at AISHK this year again coincided with the Mid-Autumn Festival, enabling students to celebrate the richness of Chinese culture and history through activities both at school and around Hong Kong this week. The wonderful lion dance started the week as usual. Mr Simons dotted the eyes of the two lions to symbolically bring the energy from the lions. […Read more]