Congratulations to our class of 2017.
Our Year 6 students marked the end of their primary school education, with a graduation ceremony at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Parents and teachers were treated to an evening of song, music, poetry, drama and comedy performances.… Read more
Those familiar with ICHK know that Human Technologies is a programme of study that we have developed over the past five years and which students from Year 7 to 10 follow each week.
The course teaches that what makes humans so effective and powerful a presence on the planet is not just our native intelligence, but also our ability to share in and benefit from the thinking of others.… Read more
Charles Dickens’ classic tale Oliver Twist has been brought to life in spectacular style this week.
Year 6 students staged an end-of-term musical production of the story.
Parents and students were treated to an amazing performance of music, drama and dance.… Read more
Intrepid Year 6 students have completed their final Microadventure.
They enjoyed open air camping, rock scrambling, midnight hiking, coasteering, cooking and making fire.
During a busy time, it was refreshing for them to escape into the wilderness, where worries, doubt, pressure and stress are lost within the simplicity of the great outdoors.… Read more
A wonderful showcase of learning has been celebrated at ICHK’s annual science fair.
More than 200 guests joined us for an evening of inspirational exhibitions and activities all around the school.
Students demonstrated highly innovative work with cleverly conceived and ambitious projects,.… Read more
One of the advantages of being a small school is that all our students have a real opportunity to take part in the full range of sporting activities that a school has to offer. A good number of our students will have been on teams ranging from Football and Volleyball, from Touch to Bouldering. … Read more
Toby Newton is Head of School at ICHK
One of the advantages of being a small school is that all our students have a real opportunity to take part in the full range of sporting activities that a school has to offer.… Read more
Thank you parents, students and staff for attending our second annual Science Fair.
My intention over the next five minutes or so is to explain briefly why I believe that this evening’s event is such a significant one in our school’s calendar.… Read more
Moria Onuselogu is a Year 12 student
I was intrigued when I first saw the post on Gibbon. In front of me was the opportunity to meet the Gary Liu, the CEO of the South China Morning Post. The date, was close to my exams and I started to wonder if it was really worth the go.… Read more