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

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Principal's Blog

12 July 2019

Away from the office and enjoying some family time, rest and recuperation takes first priority.

After a thoroughly enjoyable first year and with the operational team in the safe hands of our Director of Business Services, I now enjoy a moment of reflection before returning to Hong Kong in preparation for the new academic year. Plans for the week ahead will likely be dominated by time in the pool, a strictly implemented nap schedule and a little time with a good book – currently, Educated by Tara Westover.

5 July 2019

With academic staff away on a well-deserved break, I have been busy at work with the operational team this week. A particular focus on the preparation of an evaluation report for Council of International Schools membership has kept me well occupied, although I have also begun preparation for the start of the new school year in the form of an induction and training programme.

Our UK based new recruits are likely to be feeling a little anxious now ahead of a big move this summer, but they can rest assured that we are well prepared and looking forward to their arrival.

28 June 2019

I write to you this week from the confines of my office and with our first academic year now at a close, campus feels rather too quiet for comfort.

We have enjoyed an immensely rewarding journey, crowned fittingly by the graduation of our first Year 6 class. It proved to be an emotional occasion and will live long in the memory. Moving on to schools in both the UK and Hong Kong, they are the first true beneficiaries of our selection service and our new House system firmly secures their place in our history.

I am extremely fortunate to be able to work alongside such a talented and committed team of teaching, operational and auxiliary staff and to be able to draw upon the support and expertise of partners at Top Do, Chartwells and Eliteswim. We serve a truly exceptional community. And while I am sure everyone is looking forward to the restful break ahead, August can’t come soon enough.

For your support, encouragement, kindness and faith – thank you.

21 JUNE 2019

Led admirably by Key Stage Leader Mr Peck, students in Year 5 and 6 delivered a number of initiatives to mark Refugee Day on Thursday this week. An early count indicated that over HKD 10,000 had been raised - and there is more to come as donations are expected to continue at our Year End Fair tomorrow.

 The weekend event precedes our first student graduation ceremony and then, we tread gently towards the conclusion of an extraordinary year.

 I have been continually astounded by the generosity of parents, students and staff alike and can’t wait to welcome everyone back onto campus in August.

14 June 2019

As the sun finally emerges following a spate of rather inclement weather, we can now reflect upon a week of great celebration. A stunning performance from our Early Years students followed an evening of musical delight at our first Summer Concert and the jubilant success of nomination at our very first Parents’ Association Annual General Meeting. With just a few weeks of term remaining there remains so much to look forward to.

I will be playing host to a group of supportive business contacts in Central on Tuesday evening before a final school assembly on Friday and our Year End Fair on Saturday morning. And all of this before our first Graduation Ceremony.

Parents are kindly reminded that our first academic year will close on Thursday 27th June with collection running earlier than usual, at 13:30.