Life at IMS
UPPER ELEMENTARY CAMP
Together with Ed Adventures, we here at IMS have been providing our students with wonderful outdoor camp experiences for a couple years now. The annual Upper Elementary Camp is an opportunity no one should miss...
THERE'S NOTHING "UKE" CAN'T DO!
a wALK tHROUGH oUR UKULELE lESSONS
There’s Nothing "Uke" Can’t Do! This year, ukuleles have been placed into each classroom and have taken IMS by storm and for plenty of good reasons. Its four-strings allow for the instrument to be very beginner friendly, but with plenty of room to become advanced...
BIODIVERSITY PROJECT EXHIBITION
In early October, over thirty years 6 students boarded a bus headed to the heart of Hong Kong. Their destination: Pok Fu Lam Morning Trail. This scenic gem is wedged between some of Hong Kong’s most impressive skyscrapers...
QUICK TIPS FOR ADOLESCENT-PARENT RELATIONSHIP
What do you think of when you hear the word teenager? Perhaps you envisage eye rolling, talkback and disconnected kids who are practically superglued to their cell phones. On our first ever ‘Parenting an Adolescent’ Night held on Thursday, November 15th at the Stanley Campus. The night served less as a lecture than it did a forum for us to co-construct ideas and strategies for parenting together...
COME SAIL AWAY!
Tucked away between Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay rest Middle Island, home to the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club (RHKYC). For the last four years RHKYC and IMS have worked together to educate and inspire budding sailors...
THE IMS MONTESSORI ENVIRONMENT
I was inspired at the same time envious at observing the teachers put together their environments during their first week back from the summer holidays...
STEP BY STEP
As our IMS community comes back together for the start of a new school year, it is the perfect time to reflect on the great work that our children are undertaking...
Dear IMS Community,
It is my pleasure to welcome everyone back for the 2018-19 academic year which I am sure will be another great year at IMS...
Every educator knows it. So do most parents. Summer reading is essential for kids! Reading experts note that most young readers suffer a reduction in reading skills during summer downtime. But that needn't be the case. Families can make reading a priority during the summer months, and children will learn that reading is not only for learning but for leisure.
THE BAKE SALE
Winter Performance at IMS is a site to see, the children dawn costumes, and put on skits for their parents. However lately at IMS the real show is on the basketball court where a group of CAS students hold a bake sale to raise money for various charities.
OUTDOOR EDUCATION: CAMP 2018
There are some things you can’t learn from books or within a classroom. Some things you have to learn from experience. Like how to construct a shelter when stranded in the woods with nothing more than a tarp and some loose tree branches. Or how to form a three person safety crew to help a struggling swimmer cross a rough jetty...
EXCITING TIMES FOR iMS
Welcome to one of the first blogs of our new website. It is an exciting time as we launch a product that has been a year in the making. Welcome to one of the first blogs of our new website. It is an exciting time as we launch a product that has been a year in the making. As you browse through the various pages, I am sure that, like me, you will be amazed at the depth and breadth of information that can be found, whether it is about Montessori in general or IMS in particular.
One of the most awaited events of the year is the Casa Parent - Child Charity Breakfast. The excitement of Charity Breakfast starts in April when teachers begin planning for this delightful event with the children. From table settings to menus, there is a lot of thought given to the whole process.
ARTSTRAVAGANZA 2018: INTO THE WILD
On March 17th, parents and faculty gathered to celebrate our children’s artwork. It is with our deepest appreciation that we would like to share the results of our School’s one and only annual fundraiser, Artstravaganza.
CHINESE NEW YEAR ASSEMBLY
Our elementary students celebrated the Chinese New Year in fashion with colourful regional dresses and dances from all of Chinese Ethnic minorities, surrounding the fire children and teacher alike presented customary dances of their specific regions.