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Parent Update - 2 October 2015

02 October 2015

  • Stars - Languages - 2 Oct

Dear Parents,


2 Oct: Launch of our Global Campus! Click here for more details.

This is an amazing way for your children to connect with 32,000 students from 41 other Nord Anglia schools around the world. This year, it's had a major revamp this year, and we really encourage you to talk with your children about how they are getting involved.

6 Oct, 8.30am: Parent Workshop – “How our Additional Support Need (ASN) Team helps your child” – Led by Jane Henderson. RSVP: ricky.auyeung@nais.hk


14 Oct: ECAs and Late Bus cancelled (due to Secondary Parent Evening)


27 Oct, 8.30am: Parent Workshop – “Supporting Reading at Home”. We’re delighted to be joined by children’s author and reading-advocate, Nigel Griffith. Click for more details. RSVP: ricky.auyeung@nais.hk


17 Nov: Parent Workshop – “How to get the best from our Global Campus for your child” – Led by David Robinson – RSVP: ricky.auyeung@nais.hk

27 Nov: Sports Day




8 Oct, 8.30am: Year 5 Poetry Performance – Y5 parents welcome


13 Oct, 3.30am: Parent Workshop – “Social Thinking Skills” – Led by David Sheehan


15 Oct, 8.15am: Class 6B Assembly – 6B parents welcome


16 Oct, all day:  Windsor Charity Bounce, in aid of their House charity, the Heep Hong Society – Please send $50 with your child, if they would like to join our all-day Bounce-a-thon!


STAR OF THE WEEK – Mandarin & Spanish



Wakana Shimono
Darcey Woodrow

Mac Giles
Hono Kamiya
Esther Milici



Asel AliBekov
Larisa Holt

Alicia Poon
Claire Cheng
Rita Zhan



Kiara Tagliente
Benjamin Thomas

Ian Boschini
Vielle Tsang
Belinda Liu



Rufus Goggins
Bronte Marner
Rebecca Gao
Cayden Lock


Spanish: Keira Walsh

Spanish: Cedric Lau

Spanish: Alex Middleton

Spanish: Stef Bogaert


Spanish: Oliver Ansell

Spanish: Charis Wong

Spanish: Celine Pretorius




5 – 9 Oct: Year 7 Mentoring Meetings with their House Tutors


7 Oct: Year 7 Scavenger Hunt – Please remember to check the Year 7 blog on Firefly for details.


9 Oct – Settling in Reports – Your child will bring home a hard copy of their report. Please remember to check their bags!


14 Oct, 3.30pm to 7.30pm: Parent Consultation Evenings – Look out for a letter from Mr Bishop with more details.


Secondary Assembly: In today’s Assembly, Mr Bishop’s theme was the value of teamwork. He encouraged the students to think about perseverance and the power of individual abilities being used together to strengthen a team effort. He added, however, that an important part of success was to review the efficacy of the team: “If you’re not making the boat go faster as a team, then you need to look a new way of doing it.”





Spanish - Angus McLennan
Mandarin - Sissi Yu

Spanish: Annabel Lai
Mandarin: Dina Evdokimova


Spanish: Aidan Chiu
Mandarin: Alex Tam

Spanish:  Anni Hangasjarvi
Mandarin: Jean Jang


That’s all for this week. It’s been rather a disjointed one with the holidays, but we hope that you’re enjoying these days off. See you all back on Monday for a full week!