Monday, March 2, 2015

Autorenbesuch Anja Tuckermann K5-K7

Anja las aus zwei ihrer zahlreichen B├╝cher vor.

Muscha und eine Geschichte aus nirgendwohin und irgendwohin

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Announcing the GSIS Shark Guardian Art Work Competition Winners

Congratulations to the winners

1. Marie Schneider, K5A won the 1. Prize
2. Uma Bery, Y7C (absent) 2nd Prize
3. Malina Dumke, K5A 3rd Prize

See you all next school year in the new library in the Middle Building.
Enjoy your holidays.

Senior Library
Picture taken at the Final Assembly in the Sports Hall, 27.6.2014

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Nicole Constable at the Foreign Correspondents' Club

Club Lunch: Hong Kong's Domestic Helpers and the Politics of International Labor

Feedback from the first anthropology cohort with Ms Hedda Schuurman 

Learning first hand from Nicole Constable (far right) about immigrants in Hong Kong was truly fascinating and a great experience. Her insight towards this has made us open our eyes into treating everyone equally. - Yi Ting Liong. Y12

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

IBOB Final 2013/2014- Winning the Gold Medal

Our team did it again. Although the FIS and ICS teams were fast, our Y7 and Y8 students were amazing. Good job, student leaders of Y10.

A heartfelt thank you to Ms Ariel J Conant , reporter of SCMP Young Post for covering the event and celebrating this memorable moment with us. 

IBOB was awesome! Many of the books were really amazing, particularly "Tomorrow, When the War Began" (which I had previously never heard of) and the competitions were really fun too. I can't wait until next year. :)----- Nicola Sharp, Y08C

Hannah Tsang, our competent scorer for this battle.

PS: Thank you so much for organising IBOB this year! The food was terrific and it was a whole lot of fun to participate in. It's definitely a highlight for Year 8 for me. :D

Photos taken by Trevor Wilcox

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Today the Shark Guardian Founders, Liz and Brendon Sing, visited GSIS again!

Liz and Brendon  shared their passion, experience and knowledge about sharks to both the K05 and Y7 students, promoting conservation and raising the awareness that majority (97%) of shark species are not harmful to people. In fact it is vital for us to protect sharks as they are on top of our food chain and ensure the delicate ecosystem of our oceans remains healthy and supportive to mankind.

To learn more please visit Shark Guardian's website.

Liz and Brendon invited our students to take part in designing their new logo and entries for the competition are due on 28 June 2014. For details of the competition, please see here.