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Parent Update - 12 June 2015

12 June 2015

  • Year 6 Poetry Slam

Dear Parents,

Despite my best efforts, it’s a long Parent Update this week. There is always such a lot going on as the end of term approaches, although we’re looking forward to a quieter week next week as the majority of our Years 3 to 7 head off for the highlight of the year: Camp!


22 June:

End-of-Year Reports: Released on the Parent Portal – Click here. Please email mandy.leung@nais.hk if you have any problems accessing the Parent Portal.

23 June (3pm to 7pm):

Y6 & Y7 Parent-Teacher meetings: Optional if you would like to discuss anything about your child’s report.

24 June (6.30pm start):

Year 6 - End-of-Term Performance: Invitation to all Year 6 parents.

24 June (3.15pm to 7pm):

2014/15 NAIS Art Exhibition: Please head up to the 5/F Art Studio to see some of the incredible talent of our students this year.

24 June (3pm to 7pm):

Y1 to Y5 Parent-Teacher meetings: Optional if you would like to discuss anything about your child’s report

25 June: (1.30pm)

Year 6 Graduation Ceremony, followed by the Year 6 Graduation Party at the Hong Lok Yuen Country Club.

26 June (8.30am start):

End-of-Term Prize Giving CeremonyParents of children winning a prize will have received a letter and are invited to attend.

6 – 31 July:

Summer Camps in Sports, Dance & Arts: These are open to NAIS and non-NAIS children, so please feel free to share details with your friends. Click here for details.


WORLD CHAMPION DEBATER – The Motion: “This house believes every child must learn a musical instrument”

This week we celebrated our first Global Classroom World Champion! Year 6’s Beatrice Villaflor beat off competition from all of the Nord Anglia schools around the world, demonstrating a good understanding of the topic, clear and effective communication and supportive arguments with evidence. The whole school celebrated this excellent achievement during our Friday Assembly. Please take the time to read her persuasive arguments, attached.

Our school also received strong commendations in a number of other Global Classroom competitions. Congratulations to:

Tina Ma (Y5) - Open Mic Advanced Solo Instrumental; Winner

Skylar Zhu (Y7) – Open Mic Advanced Solo Instrumental; Highly Commended

Satva Upadhyay (Y5) & Janice Ooi (Y6) – Debating League Champion


A huge thank you to the PTA for organising another amazing event. 250 parents came together to celebrate our first year and to raise an incredible amount of money for our PTA and school charities. Chairman, Heath Zarin, and the Organising Committee did us all proud by organising an evening that will be hard to beat – but we look forward to trying again next year! We will be sharing photos very soon.

STAR OF THE WEEK – ‘ THEME’ (mix of history, geography and science in Primary) and HISTORY (Secondary only) – Click here for photos

This week we celebrated pupils in Primary who excelled in their classroom ‘theme’ – which draws together a range of subjects around an interesting theme. In Secondary, the awards were for excellence in History.

Year 1: Erin Tohill, Nathan Pang, Grayson Gao & Harrison Cai, Antonio Li, Yuri Takaku

Year 2: Harold Scott, Luke Crossland, Ben Thomas, Evelyn Bowen, Jonathan Liu

Year 3: Maddy Freeman, Allegra Mepham, Chloe Hao, Maz Hellyer

Year 4: Leo Han, Tinson Li, Jasmin Coan, Lisa Kang

Year 5: Dodo Zhao, Justin Hao, Johnson Zhang

Year 6: Simone Skovgaard, Jia Yi Zheng

Year 7: Judy Zhu, Tim Zhu

Thank you also to Year 5’s Ava Ring who jazzed it up on the piano at the beginning of assembly.


The Year 6s and 7s embraced their inner entrepreneurs this week, developing a business model to design, produce, market and sell a healthy snack to their school classmates. The school was buzzing all week as the House teams went into overdrive to market their wares, including chocolate-covered bananas and strawberries, maple lollies, berry and kiwi frozen snacks. I’ve just heard from Mrs Reid that the teams raised over HK$7,000 as well as learning a huge amount about product development, marketing and sales!



Our families made us proud again this week supporting Caernarfon’s Food Drive for their local charity Feeding Hong Kong. The House targeted 10 boxes of dried food products, but this morning the Year 7s packed up 22 boxes, all of which will be delivered to families in need across Hong Kong.


SUMMER READING FOR YOUR CHILD – From our Librarian, Miss Richardson

As the summer holidays approach, Miss Richardson has put together some great advice and resources for your child to encourage more reading over the summer holidays. Perfect for those lazy days or long flights and car journeys! See attached.


YEAR 6 – POETRY SLAM! Click here for photos

Our Year 6s showed their spirit and creativity, writing and performing poems in our Drama Room in front of their classmates and our tough panel of Mr Cooklin, Mr Bishop and Mr Robinson.

PARENT HANDBOOK – All the information you’ll need for next year!

We’re working hard to finalise all the information you’ll need for next term and we’ll be sharing this with you before the end of term.

REMINDER: ECAs are finished for this year.
Details of the new ECA calendar will be shared in the Parent Handbook, and the sign-up link will be released at the beginning of next term.

Have a lovely weekend with your children, and don’t forget to encourage your children to pack wisely for Camp!