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[Head of Primary Message] Reflection on Term 3

21 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

It is hard to believe that we are already at the end of Term 3 for this year. Being new to the school this term, it is amazing how quickly the last nine weeks have passed. In this final week before the break, I have taken some time to reflect upon what great learning opportunities exist for our students both […Read more]

Primary

Hopscotch By The Kids For The Kids

14 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

A new hopscotch was painted on the floor of the 3rd floor hallway and the Year 3 students were also kind enough to write up a small summary. At first, the hallway was dull and boring. It was as gloomy as a horrible day. Then suddenly, a hopscotch appeared! It lit up the hallway with colours and it brought life […Read more]

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Primary Visual Arts for Term 3

14 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

Prep Prep students have been investigating Living Things. In art we have looked at the concepts of line and pattern inspired by photographic images of animals including zebras, giraffes and the big cats After looking at these images the students created their own animal patterns in ink. We read the story-The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle […Read more]

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[Reminder] End of Term Assembly Dates

12 September 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

Please be reminded of the upcoming assembly dates as we near the end of term: Wednesday 19 September, 8:30am Special assembly with Values Star Awards presentation for Years 3 – 6 in the Auditorium Friday 21 September, 11:00am End of Term assembly for Prep – Year 6 in the Auditorium  

Primary

Book Week – Recap

7 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

A HUGE thank you to all our students (and parents) for your amazing effort and support during Book Week! Both staff and students looked fantastic in their costumes; what a wonderful range there were! In fitting with the ‘Find Your Treasure’ Book Week theme, I saw many a pirate in search of their treasure, we even had a treasure map […Read more]

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Assemblies: Students Leading the Way

7 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

School assemblies are a great example of what schools value for their students. Quite often there are two purposes to assemblies. A common, more traditional assembly and what many of us had when we went to school was the adult standing at the front talking at students and then expecting students to act upon what message is given. While the […Read more]

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Creative Arts and Early Childhood

7 September 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

Creative Arts and Early Childhood At AISHK we weave thinking creatively throughout all of our syllabus areas, but nowhere is it more physically present than within our Creative Arts Programs of music, art, dance and drama. It is through these mediums in the early childhood years that we seek to nurture not just the intellect but the whole child. Participating […Read more]

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Budding Author – Lucia Groser

30 August 2018 aaronstadlinrobbie 0

Our Year 5 students entered a competition held earlier this year through The Standard newspaper in Hong Kong, which was open to all Hong Kong students in various age brackets.  We used the stimulus and criteria they set as a writing exercise for our classes.  We are proud and delighted to announce that Lucia Groser of 5A won a Merit […Read more]