We are pleased to unveil exciting news about the development of our library and reading programme for the coming year.
The school library is being transformed into a hub of learning and information literacy. The aim is to ensure that it plays a central role in all learning at the school.… Read more
SOCO students enjoyed a fun-filled camp at ICHK this weekend.
A total of 27 students from the Society for Community Organisation visited us for two day of activities on Friday and Saturday.
Senior students worked tirelessly to organise the day’s food, games and activities, which included drama, sport, cycling, abseiling and orienteering.… Read more
ICHK graduates are preparing to take up places at prestigious universities around the world.
Our cohort will be studying Medicine, Economics, Theatre, Marine Engineering, Chemistry, Psychology, History, Biomedical Science and a range of other courses. They have been accepted at universities including Sussex, Loughborough, Nottingham, Exeter, St.
Ray Chan is Head of PE, Activities & Deep Learning at ICHK
As I reflect upon the year, my mind naturally tends towards the Deep Learning programme that we have initiated this year. As the coordinator of this programme, I feel privileged to have worked with staff on a wide-ranging curriculum from Ark Eden, Bamboo Creativity, Cantonese Opera to Zombies and literally everything in between.… Read more
A new road tunnel will be completed this year, significantly reducing the travel time to ICHK.
The 4.8km Lung Shan Tunnel, is a major project linking Fanling Highway and the boundary control point. It will be the longest road tunnel in Hong Kong.… Read more
Congratulations to our IB students on another set of excellent results.
A special mention must be made of Jonathan Yim, who achieved the maximum score of 45 – putting him in the top one per cent of students in the world.… Read more
Phil Morgan is Director of Creativity and Head of Human Technologies at ICHK
The thing I appreciate most about working at ICHK is the uncommon attitude to risk-taking, experimentation, and the very real possibility of failure in the pursuit of learning.… Read more