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  • Writer's pictureKim Green

Head of School Message - 10th January

Building on the Feedback from our ISHCMC Community 


Welcome back to the second semester! We trust that you had a restful and joyful break filled with family and friends.  As we begin the Semester, we are eager to continue building on the positive momentum generated by valuable feedback from the Voice of the Parent (VOP) and Council of International Schools (CIS) Parent surveys. I know that we are all ready for an engaging semester ahead.



It is always a pleasure after a break to see our young Rhinos happy to be back at school, see all the wonderful smiles of students and parents and to welcome all of our new families to our school community.  Each semester and year we look forward to continuing to focus on the feedback from our community and working in the best interests of all of our students so that they flourish as energised, engaged and empowered learners.




Therefore, as we begin this semester we are eager to continue building on the positive momentum generated by valuable feedback from the Voice of the Parent (VOP) and Council of International Schools (CIS) Parent surveys. Many actions have already been taken based on your feedback and suggestions, and we continue to remain committed to continuous improvement. Since last year’s VOP and CIS Parent surveys we have been providing feedback to our community on the specific data from the surveys, progress made and further initiatives we are implementing.  We are proud of our progress so far and look forward to implementing further initiatives in the coming months. 


For a detailed overview of our achievements and ongoing efforts, please check out the following:




We look forward to sharing with you over the next month specific updates on our progress over the course of Semester 1 and meeting you at our Head of School Parent Forum on the 26th of February 2024 so that you can be a part of our strategic planning, annual goal setting and action planning process.


Thank you for always having a voice and helping us as a school community grow together so that we all thrive in a rapidly evolving world.


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