We will be having an early closure on the eve of CNY, Thursday 15th February. There will be a CNY assembly that will be organised by the Chinese department and will be hosted by our students.
The Year 9 Science Fair will take place on Monday afternoon in the school hall.
Teams of students have been working creatively using their understanding of the Scientific method to investigate a problem of their own choosing. Their work is being displayed in the hall on Monday afternoon.
Parents are very welcome to pop into see the student’s work but please be aware that there is no parking at school as the buses will be parked along the drive from 2.30 onwards
SIS PTA LTD is please to organise the following evening for Parents of SIS
If you are interested in attending, please click HERE to register by 8th March 2018.
Burton Cheung 9M2, Carter Ho 10B2, Phoebe Leung 10B2 participated in an inter-school competition on Monday, 5th February hosted by the HK Golf Association. The students played well scoring an impressive 287 as a team – we are very proud of our young golfers and their commitment to the sport!
On the 26th of January, South Island opened its doors to students, teachers and parents to celebrate diversity and culture. International Evening was a huge success and over $32,000 was raised!!! These proceeds are going to ADAHK (Arts with the Disabled Association of Hong Kong); an organisation which seeks to promote equal artistic opportunities for people with disabilities and advocate for an inclusive society through the arts.
The show featured many talented performances from different cultural backgrounds including Japanese/American/Chinese songs, Korean dance, French poetry, Irish song and dance to name but a few. Alongside this, delicious food was served, most of which was generously donated by parents. In addition, ADAHK gave performances which blew everyone away; their one of a kind wheelchair dance and wonderful band performance was met with thunderous applause. It was certainly a night to remember!
The 2018 Head Team would like to extend their utmost gratitude to all those who have been involved in organising International Evening from the school staff, performers, parents, the charity, and student volunteers- such an event would not have been pulled off if it weren’t for you all. Thank you to everyone who came and showed their support, and we hope to see you next year at International Evening 2019!!
The 2018 International Evening Head Team
Bryan, Josh, Tiffany, Valerie, Xiao-Ke