Welcome back. It was wonderful to see so many smiling faces coming into school this morning. We are very excited to welcome so many new families, I hope you settle well into our amazing school and find a home within our community. Please warmly welcome any new families that you meet. The first important meetings that parents are required to […Read more]
Congratulations to all Year 3-6 students for participating in the Primary Swimming Carnival last Friday. Kwun Tong Indoor Pool is a wonderful venue for this event. The enthusiasm and participation levels of all students were to be admired. It was delightful to see everyone ‘having a go’. Once again, many records were broken, 15 in total, a fantastic effort. The […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.
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]
On Thursday 11 May, Year 3 traveled to the Hong Kong Performing Arts and Drama Theatre to watch a science demonstration by Dr. Bunhead. It was explosive and entertaining. Some of our ears are still ringing. Read some of the student comments below about their experience: Boom!! Bang!!! The balloon exploded with fire. In the balloon was oxygen and helium. Dr. […Read more]
Yet again, Tuesday 3:15pm came around and with it, so did our special visitors from next door. This time these little faces seemed not so nervous, yet the smiles were definitely wider. For their second visit, the students from Kowloon Tong Government School joined our SRC ECA students for an hour of learning and friendship. The room was slightly louder […Read more]
On Saturday 6 May, Primary teachers gathered at AISHK for a day of professional development on Assessment. The facilitator for the day was Ms Kelly Borg a Senior consultant at Australian Independent Schools Association, New South Wales. Ms Borg has been working with Primary staff at AISHK for the past 18 months on enhancing our English teaching and learning in […Read more]