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Parent Update - 10 June 2016

  • Stars - 10 June

Dear Parents,

 As I am writing this, the Primary Disco is about to get into full swing soon.  We’ve already seen some of our children ready in their dancing gear!

 Anyway, before I put on my own dancing shoes, I wanted to give you our regular Friday look at the week passed and the week ahead.

 

17 June, 6.30pm

The Juilliard - Nord Anglia Concert 

200+ of our students will be performing in front of their parents and our VIP guests.

 

20 June

Primary Reports released

 

21 June, 7.00pm

All parents are welcome to join our Parent Teacher Association AGM – Held at the school. Email: ptanaishk@gmail.com for details.

 

24 June

Secondary Reports released

 

29 June

Year 6 Production (8.30am), Class Parties & Year 6 Graduation (1.30pm)

 

30 June, 8.30am

Prize Giving Ceremony 

 

30 June, 1.00pm

Term ends. Buses leave at 1.00pm. 

 

 

JUILLIARD - NORD ANGLIA PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMME

We are all excited about the upcoming launch of our collaboration with the Juilliard School of Performing Arts

 

More than 200 of our students will be performing. We only wish we could invite more parents and guests, but we will be sharing lots of photos and videos. Mr. Cooklin and Miss Rowan were recently interviewed about what Juilliard will mean for your children, and I wanted to share it with you (please see attached).

 

GALA DINNER – A wonderful evening - Photos to follow

Thank you, again, to the PTA for organising a really lovely evening. We'll be sharing more photos very soon, as well as details on how much money we raised for our school and our House charities via our Silent auctions of the students' pieces of art and our Teachers' Promises.

 

PRIMARY ASSEMBLY - 4D  - click here for photos

4D gave an entertaining assembly of a typical day at school. We particularly loved the impressions from the children of our teachers! Thank you 4D, Mr. Branton and Ms. Hsu for organising this.   

 

STARS OF THE WEEK – Music – click here for photos

Our Music Stars of the Week were:

Year 1: Charlotte Henke von Parpart, Gisele Sze , Tyler Adams, Roselyn Siu, Greg Ng

Year 2: Geraldine Kwong, Annie Helmersson, Kaden The, Adrian Lau, Harry Wienker

Year 3: Julian Winterer, Alberto Sesana, Newton Xu, Jerry Qiu, Jenny Ma

Year 4: Alvin Law, Charissa Kwok, Rylan Holt, Soleil Chan, Charlotte Colton

Year 5: Ronny Chu, Evelyn Lee, Selene Chan, Jasmine Little

Year 6: Stephy Chan, Tristan Surgenor, Bobby Li


SECONDARY HIGH COMMENDATIONS - Music

Congratulations goes to:

Year 7: Mattia Muggeri, Austin Ma

Year 8: Daniel Cheng, Leo Zhang

  

SECONDARY TRANSITION DAY

On Wednesday, our Year 6s spent the day experiencing what life is like in Secondary School. The day started with some wise words from Mr. Bishop about the challenges, responsibilities and excitement of life in Secondary. A letter on moving up to Year 7 was sent to all the Year 6 parents, so please let me know if you've not received it.

 

SECONDARY YOUNG ENTERPRISE

The Secondary students are working on a Young Enterprise project and will be selling to Primary pupils on Monday and Tuesday next week. Their brief this year was to create a savoury snack – they are hard at work at the moment chopping potatoes in the Art Room! Please can all Primary pupils bring in a little money to buy their savoury snacks next week!

 

UPDATED BUS INFORMATION  - Please click here

An email went out to you all last week with the updated bus schedules. Please remember to contact our Bus Team – bus@nais.hk as soon as possible to confirm whether you wish to use our bus next year.

 

SUMMER CAMPS AT NAIS - Last chance to sign up

Please remember to look through the activities that we've organised for July. You can see all our "camps" covering sports, dance and drama by clicking here. You can also bring your non-NAIS friends.

  

STANFORD SWIM BOOKLETS – please bring to school!

A special request from our Head of PE, Mr. Pate.  Please can all pupils hand in their Stanford Swim Pathway booklet on Monday (if you haven’t done so already).  Our pupils will be assessed for the final time this year at the end of this term and they will be taking part in an aquathon/biathlon to test their running and swimming ability together.

 

LUNCH MENUS - Please click here for our August menu.

 

TUITION FEES – SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS FOR NEXT YEAR – Click here

Our Finance Team has now finalised the schedule of payments for tuition fees. Your current direct debit will roll-over to the next academic year, unless you have set an expiry date.

Similar to last year, your tuition fees will be drawn down on the first working day of each month, except for August and September. These are payable in one lump sum on 19 August. If you have any questions, please email our Finance Team at finance@nais.hk.

 

Have a lovely weekend!

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