When I came to compose this speech, I found myself drawn back to the entry that I had recently written for this year’s Yearbook.
I realise that, at the moment, my thinking is being dominated by the significance of complexity for school and, indeed, for life in general.… Read more
The latest round of ICHK’s pioneering Deep Learning programme is underway.
An incredible series of new and creative learning experiences was launched today.
Students are learning about artificial intelligence, the Hong Kong coastline, permaculture and sustainability, creative writing, indigenous cultures in Hong Kong, film production, fitness and nutrition, food and culture, maths and science, robotics, fashion design and much more.… Read more
The cold breeze brushed past his face, shaking him awake. His teeth clattered, as he tried to cover himself in his thin-sheeted blanket to ease the cold. His neck hurt from the rock-solid pillow. Suddenly, the door creaked and Vincent froze in his bed.… Read more
Congratulations to our graduating class of 2018.
Our Year 13 students celebrated the end of their school journey with a special graduation ceremony on Friday night.
They are now preparing to take up places at prestigious universities across the world.
We salute the whole cohort for their dedicated approach, clear focus and methodical approach to their IB exams.… Read more
Jamie Holden is a Teacher of Maths at ICHK
If you happen to visit ICHK and climb to the top of C block to visit c307, you may be lucky enough to see two things. The first is the amazing view over Starling Inlet, a view unique to ICHK.… Read more
Human Technologies students have been constructing water filter prototypes, as ICHK looks to harness rain water to become a more sustainable school.
Our innovative HT curriculum is one of the programmes which led to recognition from Cambridge University, and inclusion in its list of the top 100 school worldwide for innovation.… Read more
Great progress is being reported at our weekly after school girls’ judo class.
Instructor Shelley Bouttle is working with the group, teaching basic moves and techniques.
Judo is an excellent sport for confidence, self-discipline and strength building – all the values we strive to develop in our students.
ICHK Secondary students helped to stage a spectacular day of outdoor learning for students from our primary school this week.
They helped to organise and run a special Adventure Day for Year 4 students from ICHK Hong Lok Yuen.
The beautiful Bride’s Pool area was the setting for a day of physical and mental challenges, all of which pushed the younger students out of their comfort zones and helped them to build resilience.… Read more