The SIS PTA Raffle Draw was successfully held on 6 May 2019 during lunch time at the School Foyer.
Thank you to Mr. Tom Vignoles, Ms. Carolyn Andrews, Mr. Darin Slethaug and Ms. Lydia Yu from the Leadership Team, as well as Ms. Amy Au, Mrs. Elvira Littlewood and Mrs. Julie Sims, our PTA Committee Parent Representatives for their time spent joining me for the draw.
Congratulations to all winners. The results are advertised in The Standard and Sing Tao Daily on 9 May 2019, also below, and also on the school website here. All prizes are to be redeemed on or before 10 June 2019, Monday by 4 pm from the PTA Office. Late redemptions will not be accepted.
Any UNSOLD tickets MUST be returned to the PTA Office immediately for audit purpose.
If you lost your tickets, kindly please email the PTA Office at email@example.com immediately.
Last Friday at Happy Valley, there was a Staff vs Year 13 Leavers Football match. Within minutes of the start of the match, a penalty was awarded to the Year 13’s and the score 1-0. Straight from the kick off, Mr Turner scored, which brought the game back to 1-1. The first 20-30 minutes was a tight game until the last 10 minutes, when the teachers scored a few more goals and eventually won the match. Well done to all teachers and Year 13 leavers for such a great game. Good luck for your exams! Special mention goes to Tom Fay for his great choice of football shirt.
On Tuesday the Year 7 boys and girls played their second Football match of the term. The boys played against West Island and despite fighting hard and playing much better than last week, they fell short and lost. It was a good experience for them and good luck to them in their next match. The girls had a very tight game but unfortunately they lost 0-2. They played a lot better and have shown a lot of improvement. Good luck for your next matches.
On Thursday, our U20 boys Touch Rugby team played two games. They had to win both to advance to the Cup semi-final next week. The first game they played against Kowloon Tong School and won 4-0. Next game, SIS played against Kiangsu Chekiang College and won 3-1. Man of the match goes to Simon Morris. Well done to all the boys and congratulations! Good luck for next week’s cup semi-finals!
A Year 9 student, Ashley Wong, participated in the Inter-school Bouldering Competition on the 4 May 2019 and came 2nd in the competition. Congratulations!
ESF Tigers Basketball have secured the coaching services of three American professional basketball coaches to come to Hong Kong this summer to help secondary school aged players improve their individual fundamental skills and to enhance their team play skills. The camp will comprise stations and individual skills competitions as well as competitive match play. Each camp is 3.5 hours per day for 5 days. Depending on what year you were born in, will depend on what time you attend. Places are limited at each camp, each week. The cost of each camp week is HK$4,950. If you would like to secure your place now, please click on this link: https://bit.ly/2Wn6Dyw to take you to the enrolment page.
They would like to invite you to take part in our brief survey as that would help us to bring a successful camp. All answers are confidential and the full survey should take less than 2 minutes to complete.
To know more about the camp, please click on this link for online flyer:
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