Head of English Primary
2. Length of service at GSIS: 3 years
3. Your favourite subject as a teacher: All subject areas but especially languages and literature, Mathematics, PE and the Arts.
4. Your favourite subject as a student? Foreign Languages, Art, Mathematics and Dance. I represented my school in rhythmical gymnastics competitions and dance performances. I also performed in front of Princess Diana and Prince Charles at the Sydney Opera House with Diana Ross, Kylie Minogue and many other such performers.
5. What inspires you as a teacher? Each and every student’s mind, heart and soul inspires me. Unlocking their potential and finding ways to connect and enhance their knowledge and skills to other areas of learning is essential...
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Jamie Ren (Y08D)1. Length of time at GSIS: 5 years
2. Favourite subject: PE, ICT, Physics
3. Favourite extra-curricular activities: Basketball, Fencing, Big Band
4. What is your dream job? Quantum Physicist, Computer Software Developer
5. What role does fencing play in your life? Without a doubt, fencing plays a huge role in my life. I train three times a week, and my aim is to become Hong Kong No. 1 for my age group. I might consider taking professional training in the future.
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Jenny Ko (Y10C)1. Length of time at GSIS: 4 years
2. Favourite subject: Maths and history
3. Favourite extra-curricular activities: Rugby and Environmental Protection Club
4. What is your dream job? Working for the United Nations
5. What role does fencing play in your life? Fencing plays a huge role in my life, in the sense that it has helped me to develop in so many different ways. For example, when I first started fencing, I was unable to control my emotions. Whenever I lost a match, I used to cry and felt like giving up. However, as I gained more experience...
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United by Numbers15/04/2014Read more »
With computer games you play by running, jumping or finding secret things. With Maths you play with numbers and symbols, and you also get to find secret things! It becomes a fun challenge to work out how to use your skills in solving numerical mysteries.
Following in the footsteps of…
The Pictorial Language of Sara Atzmon15/04/2014Read more »
In February the Hong Kong Holocaust and Tolerance Centre, the University Museum and Art Gallery as well as the Goethe-Institut Hong Kong opened the major exhibition “Surviving Evil: The Pictorial Language of Sara Atzmon” in Hong Kong showcasing for the first time in Greater China the artworks by Ms Sara…
Hong Kong Mountaineering Union Bouldering Championships 201415/04/2014Read more »
The Bouldering Championships 2014, the toughest of the four annual climbing competitions in Hong Kong, took place on 28 March.
Bouldering competitions occur on short climbing routes and are climbed without ropes and constructed on purpose-designed, artificial climbing walls.
A competitive field including participants from other Asian countries and a…