From week 7 of this term student class placements will be considered and formulated. In consultation with present class teachers, learning support teachers and Head of Year, I will be compiling class lists for 2018. Factors which must be taken into account include; a balance of male and female (where possible), academic ability, as well as social and emotional development. […Read more]
Agility, Creativity, Legacy was the theme for the 2017 Australian Primary Principals Conference held in Brisbane late last term. I attended and was fortunate enough to be able to network and spend time discussing important educational issues with Principals from every state and territory of Australia. There were around 400 Principals of Private, Independent, Catholic and Government schools in attendance. […Read more]
Congratulations to the following students who achieved a Credit, a Distinction or a High Distinction in the recent ICAS English and Mathematics tests: First Name Surname Test Year Group Result Marcus Chan English 3D Credit Daniel Hei Kiu Lee English 3D Credit Valerie Moreno Dy English 3D Distinction Mila Zervaas English 3D Credit Isaac Cheng English 3F Distinction Ethan, Lung […Read more]
Celebrate a Year in Primary Visual Arts on 13-14 November in the Auditorium.
The following are the award recipients for the Value Star Merit Awards presented in Primary Assembly held on 21 September. Honest / Trust Always telling the truth Lenny Green Preparatory C Lucy Dawson Preparatory M Matthew Rollason Preparatory N Jeffrey Cheung Preparatory S Angus Chan Year 1B Carter Young Year 1H Olive De Krester- Newell Year 1S Breah Konstas Year […Read more]
On Wednesday 13 September, Year 1 students had a day of celebrating and reflecting on their Integrated Studies topic, Insects! It was a jampacked day of exciting experiences from watching a ‘Bug’s Life’, to being part of a Quiz (with buzzers, the actual music from Who Wants to be a Millionaire). To cap off the morning, delicious snacks of minibeasts […Read more]
On Monday 21 September, Year 3 and 4 had their Public Speaking Final. All the students in their classes had worked incredibly hard throughout the term to produce great speeches. It was very hard for the teachers to select the finalists and it is a reminder of how high the standard of public speaking is at our school. Here are […Read more]
Year 5 and 6 students are extremely fortunate to be participating in a Dance Module with the talented Ming Pak. Ming is an independent choreographer and dancer; graduating from HKAPA majoring in Contemporary Dance and Choreography. He has danced at the Vienna International Dance Festival, collaborated with the US-based artist Trajal Harrell and performed The Ghost of Montpellier Meet the Samurai at Montpellier […Read more]