Reflection on 2018 – Primary SRC

12 December 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

The young leaders of AISHK have worked hard to create many wonderful memories and experiences for the students and the wider community this year. In Semester 2, the Primary SRC members continued the Nursing Home Visits. Friendships with the elderly blossomed as they participated in weekly games, songs and conversations. The Primary SRC also helped promote the joy of giving […Read more]



15 October 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

In hopes to raise awareness for sustainable healthcare in developing countries this year, YES Club has chosen to partake in Friends Without A Border (FWAB) Hong Kong 2nd Annual Gala 2018. Founded by world-renowned Japanese photographer Kenro Izu, the project was developed when Izu witnessed malnourished and disabled children during his travels in Cambodia, the turning point being when a […Read more]


SRC Talk to the Elderly at China Coast Community

21 September 2018 editor 0

This term, some of the SRCs had the wonderful experience to visit an old folks home just a walk away from the school. We had the chance to talk with the elderly and hear their stories. During the day some of the choir students got to perform a song that they sung during a recent school event, ‘the night on […Read more]


Primary Environment Committee Clothing Drive

16 August 2018 editor 0

In Term 2, the Primary Environment Committee sent 7 big boxes of pre-loved clothing and goods to the ‘HOPE for Cambodian Children’s Charity’ in Balat Village. Extremely generous donations were made by the AISHK community, and all of the clothing and goods were met with lots of smiles. Along with these 7 boxes, 10 extra boxes were donated to Crossroads […Read more]


China Coast Community

7 August 2018 editor 0

The China Coast Community (CCC) is a nursing Home that provides care and attention for English-speaking elderly people in Hong Kong. Located just a stone’s throw away from AISHK, it is a home full of untold stories and history waiting to be discovered. This term, students from years 3-4 will have the opportunity to join the secondary students in making […Read more]


Mr. Nelson Running to Save the Rhinos

27 July 2018 editor 0

The 19th Safaricom Marathon, organised by Tusk and the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy was held on Saturday 30 June, raising valuable funds for conservation projects throughout Kenya. Approximately 1,400 runners, including our very own Ian Nelson, competed in cooler than normal temperatures, at an altitude of 5500 feet. Ian was raising funds to support Tusk and battled through the 42km course to finish in a […Read more]


Kids4Kids – Sharing for a Cause Book Drive

4 May 2018 Brigitte McNamara 0

  For students at AISHK, some of their fondest memories of the early years of Primary will have involved sitting down and listening to their teacher reading aloud stories of fantasy and adventure. Picture storybooks help children to develop a child’s outlook on the world by enriching their vocabulary and imagination. Some who are not so privileged may miss out […Read more]


YES Club Sharing for a Cause

23 June 2017 0

The Youths Experiencing Service (YES) Club under the expert guidance of Year 10 students – Kenji Look and Meldrick Ho and Year 9 student – Hayden Young has been going from strength to strength this semester. The YES Club leaders have divided their responsibilities; Kenji dealing with external liaison and communications, Meldrick taking on Human Resource Management and Hayden using […Read more]