We are pleased to present a wonderful collection of Major Works created by Year 12 2020. The range of subjects across design, technology, music, visual arts, English and drama demonstrate the diversity of strengths and passions seen in our AISHK graduating students. These works represent the culmination of planning, experimentation, practice and polishing leading to a final body of work worthy […Read more]
Congratulations to the following students who have received an Academic Merit Award for their work in Semester 2.
Thank you to all students and their families for your engagement and support through this term. Its has been busy and productive as we migrated from and back to online learning. But I have seen in the students, a dynamism and a strength in being able to adjust routines according to the circumstances. In practical subjects there has been amazing […Read more]
Video created by Tim Tait | Director of Sport and Activities After months of planning and ‘will we or won’t we’ speculation, AISHK Year 7 students were finally able to engage in an exciting and character-building camp over the course of this week. We spent most of the week based in Sai Kung and began with a range of team […Read more]
As part of the Futures Week, all Year 10 students were given the chance to research and apply for a real world job and have their transferable skills assessed in a group interview. They then received individualised feedback from a teacher (in the guise of the employer) and were able to reflect on their performance. This was intended to be […Read more]
Congratulations to the following Secondary students who received Awards during assembly this week:
On Wednesday 25 November, the Secondary school was delighted to warmly welcome the current Year 6 students for Orientation Day. This was a very special day for the Year 6 students as they had the opportunity to be given a taste of Secondary life and to understand various aspects of Secondary school. This important day is also an essential milestone […Read more]
After months of planning and ‘will we or won’t we’ speculation, AISHK Year 7 students were finally able to engage in an exciting and character-building camp over the course of this week. We spent most of the week based in Sai Kung and began with a range of team building and strategy-based activities on day 1 that prepared us for […Read more]