Much of what we learn, we forget. Whether this is over a summer holiday, or over the course of many years. Some knowledge we retain more because of repetitive learning, or because it sticks with us in a very personal manner, say due to passion and interest. As your chi...

November 22, 2019

When schools across Hong Kong closed last week due to escalating protests in the city, THS quickly launched remote learning through Virtual Classrooms, or VC@T, after the second day of closure so our students can continue to attend school from home. 

It was certainly a...

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....

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