On the 23rd of June, the Green Club visited the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel on a Green Learning Journey, organised by the Sino Group. It was an engaging and eye-opening experience where we saw, smelt, and even touched and tasted the many innovative measures implemented by the Sino Group in their hotels to work towards a more sustainable and net-zero carbon future. One of the most prominent green initiatives at the Gold Coast Hotel is the beautiful and vast […]
After months of rehearsals and several postponements, the Muzé Committee successfully performed this student-led production for live audiences on 18 June. Merchandise designed by the students were on sale on the same day, and all profits will be donated to the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation.
Thank you to our parents for contributing their precious time and talents for supporting school activities such as eFamily Festival, Diwali Day, Bake Sales, Cooking CCA and helping out in the library, canteen and Makerspace throughout the year. Their unwavering support and enthusiastic participation make SISHK community such a wonderful and significant partnership with our staff. Thank you so much!
Congratulations to our P6 students Caitlin Tsai, Sabrina Lauren Lau, Chen Yat Ming, Aidan Lau and DP1 students Lai Hong Lun and Boey Jun Xin for winning the Merit Awards in the Hong Kong Science Fair 2022 for their projects Clear Covid (P6 Team) and AnalySound (DP Team). The teams hosted exhibition stalls where visitors dropped by to chat with them about their innovations. Our P6 Team was also interviewed by The Standard to share their innovative process during the […]
Congratulations to our students who took part in the First Hong Kong Youth Space Innovation Competition
On 25th of June, two teams of Secondary One SISHK students participated in the First Hong Kong Youth Space Innovation Competition organized by Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association. This year’s competition themes were Moon exploration, Mars exploration, satellite design and future space engineering. Both teams made it to the final round. The first team of students – (Paul) Xu Ruofan and (Jacky) Guan Rong produced a satellite model based on an online simulation. They received second place in the […]
Our P3 students had so much fun growing vegetables in a hydroponic farm. Not only did they observe the life cycle of a plant, they also learnt about the concept of sustainability and environmental responsibility. This project concluded in a meaningful way – all harvested vegetables were donated to a local elderly community.
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.
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 […]