Our talented young choristers have been entertaining Christmas shoppers.
The school choir performed a medley of festive songs at Festival Walk shopping centre in Kowloon Tong.
Students from all year groups make up the choir, which is led by music teacher Nobel Gabasan.… Read more
ICHK’s award winning drama team has worked its magic again, leaving audiences spellbound with their incredible production of Neverland.
“Blown away, the best show I’ve ever seen, and visually stunning,” were just some of the comments we’ve received.
The Mermaid Lagoon, the Forgotten Vaults of the Fairy Kingdom and the underground club ‘The Imaginarium’ were recreated in amazing sets.… Read more
A giant gingerbread man and a group of young Santas have celebrated the end of term in their own unique way.
Students and families took part in The Great Santa Run – a 6km race along the Tai Po Waterfront.
The Christmas themed event was organised by Year 6 teacher Brendan Lee, in celebration of the end of a great term of learning.… Read more
It’s looking a lot like Christmas at ICHK.
Celebrations are well underway at both schools. A week of concerts has been enjoyed at Hong Lok Yuen and a series of Christmas Week activities is being staged at the secondary school.
Students of all ages have been enjoying festive fun, including Christmas songs, games, art activities and much more.… Read more
Famous explorers have been brought to life by our younger students.
Year 3 students have been learning about how the world has been explored, and discoveries that have been made.
They have been busy researching in recent weeks, learning that explorations lead to discoveries and change.… Read more
Two ICHK students are celebrating world rugby success.
Kelsie Bouttle and Clare Coey were part of the winning team at the inaugural Asia Rugby U18 Girls Sevens Championship in Dubai.
Teams from all over Asia including Kazakhstan, UAE and Sri Lanka competed in the major international event.… Read more
Students have been using real-time statistics to learn about maths.
Year 6 students gathered information from the school’s netball tournament and reported back, through email, to the coach about player improvements.
A flipped classroom approach was used to learn about converting fractions into percentages for home learning.… Read more
Year 6 students are learning all about leadership, with different activities being organised and run for younger children.
A special project was completed this week, where a student planned, organised and taught Science to Year 3 students.
He ran a masterclass in managing the students, organising the mentors, teaching the students with hands on activities, explaining difficult concepts and even getting them to complete a reflection at the end.… Read more
ICHK is celebrating after being named ‘Best School Overall’ at the Super-language Recitation Competition for the fourth year in a row.
Students once again achieved an amazing haul of awards at the prestigious event. They won six ‘Champions’ awards, three ‘First Runner Up, one ‘Second Runner Up’ and two ‘Outstanding’ awards.… Read more
Douglas Kidd is Director of Out of Class and Experiential Education and Teacher of Human Technologies
In a book written in 1988 called The Dream of the Earth, Thomas Berry wrote about the need for a new story. What he meant was that humans need a story that they feel part of, that tells them why and how the world is sacred and precious and what their role within it is.… Read more