Daily Logistics

Daily Logistics

The program websites is normally updated 3 weeks prior to the published registraiotn open dates for Term 1 and Term 2 activities.
Our intention this term is to advertise and offer all programs according to our regular term schedules. However, we may need to modify aspects of the program throughout the term to remain inline with any revised HKSAR Government guidelines. 

Key Dates (2022/2023):

Term 1 Activities -  September 1st - January 20th
Term 2 Activities - February 1st - May 31st 

Transition to a 4pm Activity from a 3pm Activity

There are occasions when students will transition to a 4:00pm activity directly from their 3:00pm class. If you are in this situation please contact the 3:00pm Activity provider and ask them to direct your child to the Upper Primary 5th floor at the end of the 3pm class, our team will supervise students and help direct them to the appropriate class venue.

After School Care (ASC)
All Upper Primary students have the option to enroll in our After School Care program if they are unable to return to school in time for an activity that begins at 4pm. Students are supervised at all times, and are redirected to the venue for their activity 5 minutes before it is scheduled to begin.  

Do I need to register for ASC?
All Grade 3-5 students registered in a 4:00pm Activity will automatically be registered for ASC. You may however withdraw your child if you are not going to use it every week by completing this form.

COVID-19 Return To Play Protocols

To ensure participant safety is first and foremost, we have established clear return to play protocols for our indoor and outdoor sports. These protocols outline the expectations and procedures that we will follow given the varying levels of restriction at a given time. This enables program leaders to plan ahead and adapt as restrictions loosen or tighten. To see the specific details please click here

Temperature Check

Students will have their temperature checked upon entering our campus. 

  • Should a child’s temperature read 37.3C or above with a forehead scanner (surface temperature), students will be sent to the nurse for their temperature to be taken.
  • Should their temperature read 37.5C or above with the ear thermometer (core temperature), students will be sent home as per school fever policy.

Anyone showing symptoms of illness must remain home. This includes: cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, or fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.



HKIS Activities Office:

Flossie Tsang

Terry Sibanda

Stella Hui