The spectacular surroundings of our secondary school became our classroom, as students took part in the Inter-school City Nature Challenge.
Groups from across the school explored the nearby mangrove systems to identify and take photos of plant and animal species.
The Bioblitz competition was aimed at replicating the massive success of Hong Kong in the City Nature Challenge 2018, with schools competing for the most observations, most species and most observers.… Read more
Hundreds of Christmas gifts for underprivileged children have been collected by our caring community.
There has been an overwhelming response to our Box of Hope appeal, with 291 boxes donated this week.
All the gifts will be collected from school and delivered to underprivileged children in Hong Kong and Asia.… Read more
The ICHK Hong Lok Yuen U10 Boys and Girls Football Tournament was a huge success.
The school hosted 20 teams from all over Hong Kong, with amazing displays of football played throughout the day.
Our boys team won the cup final, and our girls team took third place.… Read more
Our volleyball players are celebrating an incredible week.
Our U16 Boys Volleyball players were named champions in the ISSFHK League. They beat Australian International School 2-0 and then the host team Singapore International School 2-0. This marks an amazing journey for the players who did not win a single set last year.… Read more
Jon Rees is a teacher of English, Human Technologies and Theory of Knowledge at ICHK
In the last 11 months, Jon Rees took up the challenge of learning to ride a horse so that he could participate in the first ever Hong Kong Polo Beginners Cup in Tianjin, China.… Read more
Phil Morgan is Director of Creativity and Head of Human Technologies at ICHK
A few years ago I visited The Green School in Bali. In educational terms it is an almost-mythical ‘Shangri-la’ of a school – the world’s most beautiful and ecologically aware institution.… Read more
Secondary students have experienced an amazing range of CAS+ Week challenges .
Students across the school have stepped out of the classroom, and pushed outside of their comfort zones. They have camped in some of the most glorious weather imaginable, scaled the Hong Kong peaks and taken part in canyoning, coasteering, snorkelling and a range of other outdoor activities.… Read more
A hugely successful day of outdoor learning, play and exploration has been celebrated at our kindergarten and primary school.
Students across the school enjoyed Outdoor Classroom Day in our beautiful green campus.
We joined more than 27,000 schools and 3.2 million students around the world, in the celebration of outdoor learning and play.… Read more
Occupy a ‘leadership’ position long enough, particularly when working within a relatively high-powered team, and you’ll be asked to undergo some sort of psychometric testing. These come in many guises, so you might find it’s DiSC, Belbin, Myers-Briggs, Strengthfinder or any one of a dozen others, but in some shape or form you will be quizzed and assessed on how your personality and preferences equip you as part of the collaborative process that, in pretty much every job of work, provides for success.… Read more