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Parent Update - 8 April 2016

08 April 2016

  • Bucket drumming
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  • Bucket drumming

Dear Parents,

 It’s been lovely to see all our students after the Easter break. I hope everyone is raring to go for the final summer term! 

11 April

All day

New Principal (For the Day!) – Nathan Pang, 2B


14 April

8.30 – 9.00am

Parent Workshop

“How to Motivate your Child to be Active (and get off their phones/ipads/x-box!)”.

This free workshop will be led by renowned fitness expert, Dianne Teo.

Please RSVP to Ricky.AuYeung@nais.hk 


15 April

All day

International Day – Details below

Please encourage your child to come dressed in their National Costume or in the colour of their flag. $10 donation please for our House Charities.


18 April


ECAs and Late Buses start – Details below


28 April


Year 7 Production – Parents welcome


6 May


Year 8 Production – Parents welcome


4 June


Save the Date! NAIS Gala Dinner

Shangri-La, Kowloon. Tickets on sale soon.


 Please remember to check your child’s Year Group on Firefly. Let me know if you have any problems logging in.


Principal’s Blog – Please click here for Mr Cooklin’s ‘Welcome Back’ message after the Easter break.

Inter-House Hockey – Please wear your House t-shirts for PE lessons this week, and shin pads if you have them.

Primary Assembly

Congratulations to our industrious Year 3s who were crowed champions, this morning, of our all-school Rube Goldberg Challenge. We have some fabulous photos of the whole school getting involved in designing, building and putting into action their own best inventions. Click here for photos and check Firefly.


Our first Stars of the Week for the Summer Term were given to students who demonstrated ambitious learning efforts and achievement in History. Congratulations to:

Year 1: Gaia Poltronieri , Gisele Sze, Sebastian Knowles, Aarush Baghla, Rebecca Deasy

Year 2: Lawrence Lee, Callum Burns, Leo Shum, Sheryl Wan, Cloris Zhao

Year 3: Chloe Cheung, Oscar Smeets, Brian De Lalinde, Darren Gao, Tavleen Kaur Sahi

Year 4: Delon Chan, Catherine Zhu, Wing Wing Cheng, Sophie Abrahams, Rein Liang

Year 5: Tala Kamhawi, Alishia Beigi, Zoe Yu, Elijah Herron

Year 6: Ava Ring, Kitty Zhu, Dodo Zhao

Year 7: Simone Skovgaard, Nina Finch

Year 8: Sophia Gong, Marcus Wong

Our musicians for the morning were pianists Cedric Lau (Y5), Adrian Lau (Y2) and, on the violin, Roselyn Siu (Y1). 


Secondary Assembly

This morning’s discussion, led by Assistant Principal, Mr Bishop, focused on equality and perspective. Years 7 and 8 were shown an interesting video that compressed the world’s population into 100 people – and then showed what they would have. They looked at how many – and how few - people have shelter, water, education, and even, internet.


It was an opportunity for our students to reflect on how fortunate we are, and to look at what we can do to help. Click here for this interesting video.


International Day – 15 April – A message from Ms Khalik

“International Days are widely celebrated across our 42-strong family of Nord Anglia schools and are a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our international student mix. Through the appreciation of traditions, language, costumes, food and games, we are all reminded of the wealth of commonalities and differences we have within our school.

Students are encouraged to celebrate their country or nationality by wearing traditional dress or the colours of their flag.

For International Day our students would like to show their support for our four House Charities (see below). Please can we ask each student to bring in a $10 (or more!) donation to support the great work of the charities that our students have chosen.”


Windsor - Heep Hong Society

Sandringham - Bring Me a Book

Balmoral - Changing Young Lives

Caernarfon - Feeding Hong Kong 


Global Campus Challenge – Bucket Drumming!

Today, all our students joined a global ‘Bucket Drumming’ challenge. This project, which encourages the children to be creative, to persevere and to work as a team, will take place across our 42-schools this term. Please check Facebook and Firefly later today for photos.


ECAs & Late Buses

The sign-up for the ECAs has now closed and we are processing several thousand ECA requests!  We are aiming to get your choices confirmed – and notification back to you – by Monday afternoon.

Once you know which days you’ll have ECAs, please remember to confirm how your child will get home on these days. You need to confirm Late Bus or Pick Up.

It really is so important that we know how your children are getting home for their security, and to ensure that we don’t hold up the Late Buses, while we double check individual students’ schedules.


Battle of the Books (BOB)

I’m sure that our BOB Team will be reading furiously this weekend as some last minute preparation for the Chinese Battle of the Books competitions next Tuesday. Good luck to our NAIS team!


Finally, good luck to all our students who are taking part in the Hong Kong Rugby 7s this weekend. I’m sure that a few parents and teachers will be cheering you on from the crowd!