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Cross Stream Collaboration : Early Years Christmas Concert / Concert de Noël de la petite enfance We are looking forward to welcoming parents to this year’s Early Years Christmas Concert, a joint French and International Stream production. It will be a wonderful experience to celebrate the festive season. Early Years teachers will send specific details […]

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    Primary School Sports Fixtures

    We are excited to announce some primary school sports fixtures which include children from both streams: 25th November: FIS V Clearwater Bay School. Boys Football @ TKO 1st December: FIS V Glenealy School. Boys Football @ Glenealy School 2nd December HKPSSA Football (Boys and Girls) @ HK Football Training Centre 3rd December HKPSSA Netball @ Harrow […]

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    Diwali celebrations

    On Monday, we celebrated Diwali at FIS. Students dressed up in either traditional clothing or bright colours in celebration of the festival of lights.   Thank you to all the parents who came in to share their special traditions and customs with us. Students enjoyed learning about the story of Diwali with the help of puppets, […]

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    Student Council 2022-23

    Huge congratulations to our Student Council representatives of 2022-23! These amazing International Primary students were voted into position of responsibility by their peers. We look forward to seeing the impact they make on our JL and TKO Campuses.

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    What is an IEYC/IPC Entry Point?

    An Entry Point is a wow moment to engage FIS learners into their new IEYC or IPC unit The Entry Point is an exciting and memorable event that launches every IPC unit. The aim of the entry point is to get children thinking about, and engaged with the learning that’s to follow. In the IEYC […]

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    Primary School Celebrations

    We will be having two upcoming events for Primary students during the last week of school. Monday 24th October -Diwali  In celebration of Diwali, students are welcome to come to school in traditional dress and or wear bright, bold clothing. If there are any parents or family members who celebrate Diwali and would like to […]

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