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Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong, 10 Shek Kok Road, Tseung Kwan O

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Principal's Blog

17 May 2019

Our new season of assemblies works to introduce students to the theme of reflection. Having gathered together each week throughout the academic year, this afternoon I prompted children to think about the journey we have been on together. From the laying of early foundations, we have experienced a number of bumps in the road, but now stand strong and together, having worked hard to develop respectful, kind and empathetic relationships.

Through the sharing of stories in assemblies this year we have explored respect, kindness, empathy, wellbeing and friendship via a collection of books and notable individuals. During the final few weeks of the year, we will think about all we have achieved before casting a firm eye on the future.

Talking of which, the school team have an exciting weekend ahead at the Kindergarten Festival, supported by friends at the South China Morning Post, before we look forward to hosting a special conference for colleagues across the region on the subject of Special Educational Needs.

10 May 2019

It was lovely to connect with students and staff this morning having returned from London yesterday evening. While it was a little chillier than expected, interviews ran extremely well and aside from a minor caterpillar outbreak, everyone here in Hong Kong seems to have enjoyed a pleasant week.

We now look ahead to an extended weekend before returning to a special event for prospective parents in Central on Wednesday evening and attendance at the Kindergarten Fair hosted by the South China Morning Post on Saturday.

3 May 2019

It has been such a pleasure to welcome students back into school this week for our third and final term of the school year. Raring to go, they seem to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves and were quick to embrace a group of new joiners, most of whom have only recently arrived in the region.

I look forward to a final recruitment trip of the academic year and an early morning London arrival tomorrow. Meeting with prospective colleagues is always such a pleasure – it also gives me an opportunity to share everything we have achieved this year.

I return towards the end of next week and will, at that point, have a clear view on the shape of our school for the 2019/20 academic year.

26 April 2019

With the weather warming up nicely, we now look forward to welcoming back students and families for our third and final term of the school year on Thursday 2nd May. We have lots to look forward to including a pair of performances from students in Early Years, our very first overnight residential trip and, perhaps most poignantly, the graduation of our first Year 6 cohort.

My week has been dominated by an increasingly mobile infant - I do hope that all other members of our community have enjoyed a more restful break!

19 April 2019

A bombastic Spring Dance event, complete with flash mob, brought our second term to a rousing conclusion. Huge thanks to Ms Farry for bring an exhibit of learning undertaken within the Physical Education programme to life. I have been reliably informed that she is now enjoying a well deserved exotic break!

We were also thrilled to be able to welcome Trade Commissioner for China, Mr Richard Burn, onto campus this week. Particularly interested in the relationship we share with the British Consulate and our plans to expand across the region in the next few years, he was enormously impressed by staff and facilities during what proved to be a flying visit to the region.

Families can now look forward to a week away from school – and I do hope that they make the most of their time together.

We look forward to welcoming students back on Thursday 2nd May for our final term of the 2018/19 academic year.