Throughout history, Mathematics have evolved independently in different prehistoric and ancient civilisations to serve different needs.  

One of the first imperatives was trade.  After all, everyone wants to ensure one gets the value of one’s trade and this demands...

As the excitement of term one comes to an end, our high school students are gearing up for STEAM Week - an annual event much like Arts Interim where the high school focuses on weeklong intensive STEAM workshops, displaying outcomes on STEAM Night on Wednesday 27 Novemb...

November 1, 2019

Our annual school wide celebration of literacy came to a wrap yesterday ending on a high with one of the most popular events on the school calendar. In true THS style, our faculty and students once again raised the bar at the Booktober Book Character parade donned in s...

As a former art teacher, adding art to science and technology seems long overdue.  I spent three quarters of my career as an art teacher. I balanced traditional art instruction with using technology to invent new art or used technology to do creative projects....

In today’s increasingly digital world, learning to code at a young age can set one up for future success in life. Over the last decade, the importance of developing coding and programming skills have caught on with more educators and parents. In many schools around the...

The day I had to leave our eldest at Uni and fly back to Hong Kong began as a perfectly planned one. 

Weather-wise, it was bright and balmy with an unmistakably productive frenzy to the air - it seemed that everyone in the area was either a college student being moved i...

By now, you would have sat down with your child’s teacher for their Goal Setting Meeting and have lists - lists of things your student is doing well and list of things your child will be working on to improve with some good old THS resilience and self-determination. We...

Each year in October, the THS community celebrates Booktober, a month dedicated to highlighting the value and significance of books in our day-to-day lives. Not just for students, faculty are also engaged As the school engages in activities centred around literacy. Tea...

When I teach breathing practices to my Grade 5 class, we talk about our inner world. This includes our feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations. I encourage them to bring awareness to this space inside, which can often go unnoticed. When we practice together, we close...

September 12, 2019

Today, Chinese people all over the world celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival which is also popularly known as the Moon Cake Festival. It is a time for families to get together and celebrate. The moon, which is believed to be at its roundest and brightest on the festival...

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