Author Archives: Sean Gibb

Introduction of a Bring Your Own Laptop Programme for Grades 9 & 11

After a long and careful consultation process involving parents, teachers & students, we have decided it is time to implement a BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) programme for next year’s Grade 9 & 11 students. This currently only applies to parents of … Continue reading

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Chair Sale at the Art Festival

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Opportunity for Grade 12 – Life Skills Course for University Bound Students!

Sofia Karim, a psychotherapist from the US, will be facilitating a 6 week course on Life Skills geared toward students who will be attending University abroad. The course begins April 12th and sessions will take place at HIS. During once … Continue reading

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IT Survey for Secondary Parents

We are currently investigating whether to implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for some or all students in the Secondary School. Information Technology (IT) has become a core component of teaching and learning, and there are many ways … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: Art Festival

Our annual Arts Festival will take place on Wednesday 6th April, showcasing the work and performances of students from across the school. We look forward to you joining us for a great evening of art and entertainment.  

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Brief updates

A couple of brief updates before Tet. Mr Daniel, our MYP Coordinator, has started a blog for parents to learn about the implementation of the MYP at HIS. This is a 2-year process we starting formally this year. We’ll be … Continue reading

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Newsletter 9th November

Edited to correct the dates for International Day and the HIWC Bazaar Well, I was supposed to get this newsletter out on Friday but I am now very glad I didn’t. What a weekend! I was following the news about … Continue reading

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Newsletter 23rd October

Well, the weather is looking good and reliable for the next week, which bodes well for all our Secondary students who will be heading out on camp this week. Camps week is a core part of our programme, important for … Continue reading

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How to sign up for the Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences on 2nd November

Our first Parent-Student-Teacher conferences this year will take place on the 2nd November, from 8 am to 5 pm. You may attend at any time throughout the day, but you do need to book your meetings in advance. This year … Continue reading

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An update from the GIN trip to Bali

Ms Amy sent the following update. Looks like they’re having a great time. We went to opening night of the conference this evening. The students mingled with other students and saw a short film on the effects of deforestation. The … Continue reading

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