On Thursday 30th November 2023, we will be hosting a team from the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) for the Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Clinic. This outreach programme is free of charge and will be held during school hours. Please fill out and return the Consent/ refusal forms by 3rd of October.
On Thursday 30th November 2023, we will be hosting a team from the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) for the Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Clinic. Students will bring a consent/refusal form home – please complete this and return it to school.
Now that we are able to offer a full range of extracurricular activities (ECAs), we are making adjustments to the availability of our Main campus after school to ensure the safety of all our students and the quality of our ECA provision.
We are excited to announce the return of our Bamboo Buddies programme. This programme is suitable for siblings of DBIS students, or FS-1 2024–25 students who have paid the application fee. Children should be aged between 24–36 months and must be accompanied by one adult to attend.
DBIS library is pleased to announce details of its Summer Lending Programme. Parents have three lending options: visit the library; request books online for collection; or borrow ebooks and online audiobooks immediately. Read this bulletin for details.
DBIS library is pleased to announce details of its Summer Lending Programme. Secondary students are welcome to borrow library books from Monday 19th June and make full use of online books and audiobooks by Overdrive. Read this bulletin for details and web links.
On Friday 22nd September 2023, applications for Year 7 will open for our existing Year 6 students. Please see the details here to assist your application for Year 7 places for the 2024–25 academic year.
Google is making a significant change soon to ensure the safety and privacy of all students globally. This change will affect how students use Google to log into websites, apps, etc. Third-party apps (those not made by Google) will automatically be blocked from student accounts under 18 unless the school approves the app. The Learning […]
The Year 10 Storm House Captains proudly present the House Football Series. This house competition, like the previous dodgeball and basketball events, will be taking place at lunchtimes in the remaining weeks of term.
Dear Parents/Guardians, Further to the notification in last week’s newsletter, we invite you to sign up for a collaborative session aimed at reviewing our school’s Guiding Statements and associated Internationalism and Interculturalism Statements. As we work towards CIS re-accreditation next year, this is a wonderful opportunity for us to reflect on the appropriateness of our […]
Due to a thunderstorm warning, today’s swim meeting is cancelled. It will be rescheduled for next week, depending on weather. Please contact Emily Hull via email [email protected] to share if your child is allowed to walk home independently. Alternatively we can keep those children who are unable to be collected until 5pm in the Globe.
As part of Book Week, local author Suzanne Younan shared her book ‘The Green Dragon’ and invited students to consider how they can lead through action. For a limited time, Suzanne is offering DBIS families special offers on the purchase of her books.
This year’s whole-school photo has been rescheduled for Monday 16th October due to severe weather leading to school closures on the original date. The photo will be taken in the morning at the Main campus.
Dear Parents and Guardians of Year 13, As the graduation events for Y13 fast approach, we would like to finalise the numbers of parents and guests attending the Graduation and Awards Ceremony and students attending the Graduation Dinner at the Grand Hyatt. Please complete the jotform here to indicate attendance for both events. If after […]
On Friday 29th, September, Y5 and Y6 Mandarin classes will have a special lesson, making Snow Skin mooncakes. If your child is allergic to any of the listed main ingredients, please contact your class teacher.
Year 5 will be going on a walking tour around Central and Admiralty. The purpose of the trip is to give the children the opportunity to learn more about the history of key buildings in Hong Kong and develop a deeper appreciation for how Hong Kong Island has changed over the years.