We are delighted to unveil our new Forest School outdoor classroom.
Renovation of our primary school garden has been completed, and the results are simply spectacular.
The area has been completely transformed over recent weeks, as we work towards our vision of becoming a leader in outdoor learning and Forest School education.… Read more
Ray Chan and Chris Holland are the ICHK teachers who led the challenge.
The 2017 CAS Week Adventure Challenge lived up to its name and then some this year. Undoubtedly, the week has been extremely tough which led Aoi to remark one evening that the week should not be named the Adventure Challenge but a Survival Challenge!… Read more
An ICHK teacher’s epic attempt to complete Hong Kong’s most gruelling race, has been featured in a big screen documentary.
Brendan Lee is one of four runners who is followed by adventure sports director Robin Lee in the film Breaking 60.… Read more
A wonderful camp adventure has been enjoyed by Year 4 students.
They spent a busy week at Sai Kung, taking part in challenges including sailing, kayaking, archery and completing ropes courses.
All the activities were carefully designed to push students out of their comfort zones and help them achieve personal growth.… Read more
Congratulations to our students who acted as delegates at the Model United Nations over the weekend.
Our team of secondary students competed in a challenging two days of debate at Victoria Shanghai Academy, against more than 20 schools from Hong Kong and abroad.… Read more
At ICHK student wellbeing is at the very centre of school life. We value the link between emotional wellbeing and academic achievement , and we know that happy children are the best learners.
At both our primary and secondary schools, our pastoral care models underpin all teaching and learning.… Read more
ICHK’s innovative work has come under the spotlight of a global search team, tasked with creating an education blueprint for future generations.
A group from Ednovators visited the secondary school, to find out more about the curriculum innovations that recently led to recognition from Cambridge University.
Jon Rees is a Teacher of English at ICHK
It’s strange to think that the book you hold in your hand could be deemed so explosive that both the writer and the reader could be thrown into jail for its possession. … Read more
Secondary students have returned to school stronger, more resilient and more confident after an extraordinary CAS Week.
The past week has been a time of incredible growth, with students working together to achieve physical challenges, and combat emotional ones.
All of our trips and projects were designed to push them to the limits of their capacities in ways that regular school is not able to do.… Read more
An amazing day was celebrated at Hong Lok Yuen for our annual Party in the Park.
Families, past and present, enjoyed a host of entertainment, delicious food and drink and the company of friends.
Thank you to everyone who attended, and contributed to the amazing community spirit that we are so renowned for.