Charmaine Pilard and Rochelle Lok are Year 9 students
Touch Rugby is a very important part of our school, so this year we made an all girls rugby team to compete in Singapore. Many people joined so we had enough people to make two teams, one U14 team and one U16 team.… Read more
A wonderful Christmas fair for Operation Santa Claus has been held at secondary. The Student Representative Council pulled out all the stops to ensure an amazing afternoon of games, activities and delicious food and drink.
Students from our primary joined in the fun, and all money raised will be donated to the annual charity drive.… Read more
Students across the school have been busy producing festive arts and crafts .
Children in Year 3 made snowmen from socks, rice and rubber bands, reading instructional texts and then following the steps needed. It was a wonderful learning experience for them, allowing them to be creative and independent.
Christmas celebrations are being enjoyed across our schools.
A wonderful programme of concerts has been staged at the kindergarten and primary school. Our community joined together for performances at school and a special celebration in the Hong Lok Yuen amphitheatre.
Students across the school have been busy with Christmas arts and crafts, games, activities and much more.… Read more
A new agreement has been signed with the primary partner schools of ICHK, ensuring the long term security of a through-train education for those with children of primary age.
The new partnership guarantees places for students from ICHK Kindergarten and Primary, KIS and JIS at ICHK.
We are delighted to officially announce our new Kingston Chinese Programme.
This innovative and unique new curriculum will be launched next year, providing an additional pathway to our existing languages programme. It is being generously funded by our primary partner KIS, and developed in partnership with ICHK teachers.… Read more
Our newly elected Student Council has unveiled a Quiet Tent at school, aimed at providing a restful sanctuary during break times.
The members have been considering ways of introducing themselves to students and providing a beneficial service.
Their first project is the Quiet Tent, which offers a space on the playground to enjoy a calming environment, listen to relaxing music, do some mindful colouring or paper puzzles.
Jamie Holden is a Teacher of Mathematics and Outdoor Pursuits Coordinator at ICHK
I had just completed a PSHE session with my Year 7 form group and the outcome was too powerful not to share.
We had been asked ito share a message with our students and I decided that I wanted to to use ‘Community’ as the main driver, but where the conversation went was much more than that.… Read more
Phil Morgan is Director of Creativity and Head of Human Technologies at ICHK
I used to have a poster on my classroom wall exhorting my students to “Think Outside the Box!”
I’ve taken it down and I’m not putting it back up.… Read more
A day of bread making at school provided valuable learning opportunities for students.
Alex and Elina from Mayse Bakery took time out of their busy schedule to visit our primary school. They talked about the health benefits of sourdough and gave a series of practical demonstrations.