As the end of the academic year approaches, our University Counselling Team arranged an alumni sharing session for our IBDP year 1 students. Our students found the session very useful. Apart from gaining insightful tips on researching the best fit universities for them, they also got a preliminary idea of what to expect in university life.
Congratulations to our Primary students who achieved excellent results in Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) 2022, Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (SIMOC) 2021, VANDA Science Global Final (VGF) 2021 and International Junior Math Olympiad (IJMO) 2021. Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO) 2022 SASMO is one of the largest Mathematical Olympiads in Asia with over 20,000 students participating. It caters to the top 40% of the student population and aims at instilling confidence for all students. It […]
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of SISHK, the visual arts department and SISHK Primary students collaborated with a local Hong Kong artist, Karen Pow, in creating a sustainable art installation in the library. Keeping in touch with nature makes people feel more alive and happy. That feeling of vitality and well-being is necessary for the life of all human beings, as well as for their health. Covid has emphasised the importance of living in harmony with nature. Sustainability is about […]
Every step counts! Our PY1 students and teachers came together for a sponsored walk two weeks ago. It’s amazing that a simple healthy exercise can also be a fundraising activity for the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation. Thank you PY1 for the energy and of course the generous donations made by our PY1 parents.
为了庆贺端午佳节，五年级的华文老师在华文课上举行了一系列的庆贺活动，包括：包粽子、观赏赛龙舟、点艾灸和挂艾草等。 学生们积极踊跃尝试包粽子，虽然很多都是第一次亲手包，但依旧包得有模有样，大家在欢声笑语中体验了一把端午民俗。 To celebrate the Tuen Ng Festival, our P5 Chinese teachers organized a series of activities during the Chinese class. Activities include making glutinous rice dumplings, watching dragon boat races, burning of moxa and hanging mugwort leaves. Most of our students were able to emulate the making the dumplings with their own hands. They have fun with the hands-on activity. Our students have experienced the traditions of Tuen Ng Festival with joy and laughter.
The Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Art Exhibition is an annual event organised by the Ministry of Education in Singapore to provide students with opportunities to showcase artistic talents and to promote art appreciation in schools. This year, there were more than 500 artwork submissions across all three categories from over 120 Secondary Schools/Junior College /Millenia Institute for the exhibition. We would like to congratulate Tan E-Shyan (S2) and Zhang Ze Lan (S2), whose artwork will be accorded Certificate of Recognition […]
The Student Well-Being Team organized a mindfulness and yoga workshop for our S3 cohort. During the workshop, the students practiced deep breathing as well as stretching, and they learned how to relieve stress and boost their mood with powerful relaxation techniques.
To express our appreciation to the heroes from various Government department in fighting against the Covid-19 virus, our students created some booklets full of thank you cards and letters written by them. In the past two weeks, the Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong and our school visited the Hospital Authority, Police Force, Fire Services Department as well as the Customs and Excise Department. We had the honour of personally presenting the booklets to them.
身体退化是一种怎么样的感觉？在今年的一月份，三年级的学生在好公民的课堂上参与了一个“推己及人”的工作坊。活动包括：学生利用一些模拟道具，把自己乔装成为一位长者的实验、让学生们体验及探索身体在逐渐衰老后，在日常生活中所面对的困难与挑战。借此感受长者们的生活限制，加深学生对长者们的理解及产生同理心，并能适时给予长者们协助。 What does it feel like getting old physically? In January, we arranged Elderly Simulation Experimental Workshops for our Primary 3 students during their Character and Citizenship Education lessons, in which they wore elderly simulation suits to experience physical challenges associated with ageing. These suits allow participants to explore the living conditions of elderly whose physical abilities have gone. Our students have enhanced their understanding and developed empathy towards older people after this activity.