Art and culture has been brought to life for students at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
Year 3 students learnt all about Martial Art from Bruce Lee, Chinese Art from the Tsui Collection and the art of Cantonese Opera.
In recent weeks they have been learning how cultures are expressed through different forms of visual art.… Read more
Congratulations to our Year 6 students who celebrated outstanding results in the Trinity College speech and communication exams.
Every student who entered received the highest grade of Distinction.
They spent a number of weeks preparing their speeches under the expert guidance of Jennie Martin and Sara Beattie.… Read more
Susanna Lynam is a teacher of Year 6 at ICHK Hong Lok Yuen
It was pretty early on when I discovered that Maths didn’t make a lot of sense to me. By Year 4, I was still struggling with recalling my times tables and if it wasn’t for my mother and teacher’s concerted efforts, I may never have won this battle.… Read more
Serena Cheung is a Year 10 student
The night sky was covered with murky clouds, devouring the moon. A long-drawn, wailing scream pierced the calmness of the night. The people of a small town named Canaan stepped out of their homes.… Read more
Gemma Ball is a Year 9 student at ICHK.
ICHK is a hidden gem of a school, tucked away near the border, and being so far away from the ruckus of Hong Kong Island, we have beautiful green trees and hills surrounding our school.… Read more
Our young horse riders are celebrating success in the Inter-school Equestrian Challenge.
Students from ICHK Secondary have won their way into the finals of the prestigious horse riding competition.
They scored high places in dressage and jumping and are now leading the competition overall.… Read more
Year 7 historians and and Year 11 mathematicians, working together in a ‘big mystery’ have successfully found the latitude of Hong Kong.
The shared class joined forces on the Spring Equinox for a real life learning experience.
Students used the shadow cast by the sun at midday to calculate our latitude.… Read more
Primary school students have experienced the spectacular surroundings of historical Xi-an this week.
The school’s annual study visit to China has just come to an end, with a packed itinerary which has included many sites of cultural interest and scenic beauty.… Read more
Earth Hour has been honoured at school, with the power dimmed as a symbol of our commitment to the planet.
Computers and lights were switched off, as children were educated about the importance of saving energy, and the impacts of actions on the world.… Read more
Coming from the UK and working in secondary education, I have grown accustomed to the annual media storm that centers on the release of the IGCSE and A Level results in the late summer. It’s a perennial British pantomime of which, happily, we get only a mild version in Hong Kong.… Read more