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Parent Update - 15 May 2015

15 May 2015

  • COBIS Games in Athens
  • COBIS Primary Games in Athens
  • COBIS Primary Games in Athens

Dear Parents,


20 May (7.00pm):

Presentation by Mr Cooklin on our Secondary School Development. For parents who can’t make this evening, we’ll be sharing the presentation via email. RSVP is essential. Please email ricky.auyeung@nais.hk

28 May (8.15 – 9.00am):

“Parent Effectiveness Training” – Led by Marie Marchand, from Parenting Dialogue. Please RSVP ricky.auyeung@nais.hk

29 May (7.45am to 9.30am):

Coffee Morning hosted by the PTA. All parents welcome.

5 June (8.30am to 9.30am):

Year 4 Performance – Year 4 parents welcome.

6 June:

NAIS Gala Dinner! We have released a few more tickets! Please contact ptanaishk@gmail.com to buy your ticket. It’s going to be a full house!

8 June

“Moving Up Day” – Your children will spend the day with their new teacher today (for the year above!). We will be emailing your child’s class teacher to you the week before. Very exciting!

22 June:

End-of-Year Reports

24 June:

End-of-Term Performance by Year 6: Evening performance open to Year 6 parents. More details to follow.

24/25 June:

End-of-Year Parent Teacher Conferences

26 June (8.30am start):

End-of-Term Speech Day. More details to follow.

6 – 31 July:

Summer Camps – We have a great selection of Summer Camps covering sports, creative arts and dance. These are open to NAIS and non-NAIS children, so please feel free to share these Camps with your friends. There are some great Early Bird discounts, so do take a look soon.


Assessment Week – Click here for details on ‘How, When & Why we Assess your Child’
Over the next two weeks your children will have in-class Assessments to gauge their progress over the past year. The teachers have been preparing the children for these assessments so that they know what to expect and not to be alarmed! I have asked Mrs Harley what the children can do to prepare over the weekend and she says, “The only thing I recommend is a good night’s sleep”. Details of these assessments will be in your child’s end of term report. For parents of the children currently representing our school in Athens at the COBIS Olympics, we will give our athletes time to get  over their jet lag!

COBIS Update – Click here for our NAIS Knight blog
Speaking of the COBIS Team. Please take the time to look at the COBIS blog. We have been in regular contact with the teachers and the parents accompanying the trip and they’ve all remarked on what an amazing team we have. Not just in sporting achievements, but as a group of young people representing their school with pride. One of the accompanying mums said that they have been such excellent ambassadors for NAIS.

Typhoons & Black/Rain Rainstorms – Click here
We are now approaching the season for typhoons and red/black rainstorms. If you are new to Hong Kong, please check our website (click here) for details on what to do if a typhoon or red/back rainstorm approaches. Can we also remind you to let us know if you’ve changed your mobile number as it’s essential for us to be able to contact you and your emergency contact/helper.

Laptops for Secondary School Students (2015/16 academic year)

Year 6 and 7 parents, please look out for a letter next week on ensuring that your child has the right laptop for Secondary School (from August 2015). We’ll also email a soft copy to you.


Join a Virtual Balloon Race – Click here

Next Monday all the pupils will be introduced to a very interesting project that combines science, charity and fun! The charity ‘Care for Children’ is inviting students from around the world to buy a virtual balloon. Once you have your balloon you have to carefully decorate it, choose the thickness of the balloon and how much to blow it up. On 8 June, the virtual balloons owned by students around the world will be “released” from the Great Wall of China. The challenge is to ensure that you balloon flies the highest and furthest without popping! Anyway, take a look at this website and remember to ask your child about it on Monday.


June Lunch Menu

Our June lunch menu is now online. Please click here.


Star of the Week - Music

This morning we celebrated our young musicians in our Star of the Week Assembly. Please click here for photos. A special thank you to Isabelle Ng who played the piano beautifully.

Year 1: Arthur Au, Lawrence Doe, Lisa Boschini, Adrian Lau, Ariel Xiao

Year 2: Belinda Liu, Yasmin Merrill, Brian De Lalinde, Jayden Coan, Alex Wadsworth

Year 3: Hong Lin Gu, Mao Kunitomo, Jack Cheng, Eugene Li

Year 4: Adria Jook, Bryant Cheng, Beatrice Leenders, Boco To

Year 5: Joey Lee, Benjamin Rostron, Kitty Zhu

Year 6: Mark Kho, Chloe Yuen

Year 7: Aidan Chiu, Louis Zhang