Courts are booked at HK Park from 3 - 4 pm this Monday. Please make your way down straight after school.
B Grade boys have two matches this week: Mon 23 Oct at Chai Wan - please meet me at front entrance at 3:10 pm to catch bus. Friday's match is at SYSMP, please meet me at front entrance at 2:15 pm as a court has been booked for practice before the match.
If you are a Form Environmental Rep we need your support to collect data on our catering waste next week (Monday 23 to Friday 27 October). You will be stationed at one of the catering outlets and will count the disposable catering products (knives, forks, cups, etc.). We are asking that reps sign up for two sessions over the week (long break, the first half of lunch or the second half of lunch). Please, could I kindly ask that you sign up for two sessions on this document. Please review the different worksheet tabs on this document and fill your name in where there is a space under the various days throughout the week. A WANBO leadership member will meet you at your chosen area at the allotted time to give you the data collection sheet and instructions of what is needed.
Thanks for your support.
Mr Burrough and the WANBO Team
The Pink Dot carnival will be taking place this Sunday 22nd October, West Kowloon Nursery Park, 1pm - 8pm. There is no entry charge as well as free entertainment from local artists and free food.
About Pink Dot -
Pink Dot Hong Kong is one of Hong Kong’s most anticipated LGBTI+ events. It celebrates love for all, young and old. Pink Dot is a free, fun, non-political outdoor concert and carnival organised for all supporters of LGBTI+ members. Pink Dot is an all-inclusive event advocating for diversity and love equality.
Please support and follow our new Instagram account. Being active on social media is a big part of raising awareness through different platforms for spectrum.
Instagram name - spectrum.issj
We look forward to seeing many of you on Sunday!
Tanvi and Jasmine
Heads of Spectrum ISSJ
Due to HKSSF Inter-School Swimming Championship there will be NO training on Thursday 19th October.
There will be two more training sessions Tuesday 24th & Thursday 26th October.
Open to all students
Story theme: Laughter
Minimum 1,000 words – maximum 2,000 words
A panel of judges from WiPS will read all submissions and select the winning entries.
Prizes will be announced and presented at a ceremony to be held at the WiPS Imprint
launch in Spring 2018.
The winning entry will be published in Imprint 15, the literary journal of WiPS Hong Kong.
Closing Date Friday, 17 November 2017
Winners announced Early 2018
Please refer to attachment on rules of the competition and how to submit your writing.
Dear Students in Year 11, 12 & 13
The 24 hour race is back again and is going to be better than ever. This year we aim to raise more money than ever before, with a bigger emphasis on fundraising and the cause we are running for. With an event like this, there will always be formalities in place, from signing up, parent support and fundraising minimums. These formalities, dates and the structure of the teams are briefly outlined on the form attached and they will be explained in more depth once the teams have been confirmed.
Please respond to the form as soon as possible, as the deadline will be Friday night for applicants. Please keep in mind that this is a big commitment, and once you commit to the race, there will be no backing out. We hope you sign-up and can be part of a winning team for Island School in terms of money raised and kilometres run on the race day.
From the Island Team Leaders of the 2017 race,
Tiarnan Neville and Paige Wills.