A fantastic week of fundraising has been underway at school, with games, crafts and food sales being run by our creative students.
The Student Council and Year 6 students have been organising games of Tin Can Alley, Hidden Treasure and Human Fruit Machine every lunchtime.… Read more
ICHK has been congratulated by the Director General of the IB for a perfect IB score by one of our students.
Jonathan Yim achieved 45 points in the Diploma Programme last summer. The score is only awarded to a small number of students around the world.… Read more
Acclaimed author Sarah Brennan has been inspiring our students with storytelling sessions.
The popular children’s writer visited school to read from her latest book ‘The Tale of Ping Pong Pig.’ Chinese history and culture was brought to life through a series of entertaining readings and classroom visits.
We are delighted to announce that ICHK is to host Hong Kong’s biggest annual Hispanic event.
The prestigious Hispanic Culture Festival will be staged at school on March 23.
Students from schools across Hong Kong will join together to perform a selection of music, dance, poetry, drama and comedy.
We are pleased to announce that ICHK will have four forms of entry at Year 7 for the first time next year.
Interest in our school continues to grow, with strong support from our three primary partners and burgeoning numbers from other schools in Hong Kong applying to join us.… Read more
We are absolutely delighted to announce outstanding results in the Trinity College speech and communication exams.
Every Year 6 student who entered achieved the highest grade of Distinction.
The 19 students had been working hard during their lunchtimes to prepare their speeches, under the expert guidance of Jennie Martin.
An amazing documentary film created by ICHK students has been launched by Wildstars TV.
The ‘Save Agar Trees’ production was researched, filmed and edited by Log C Cheng, Liz Onuselogu and Naiara Gómez Guitérrez during CAS+ Week. The team was guided by CAS Coordinator Nicolas Arriaga.… Read more
We are pleased to announce that ICHK secondary’s innovative curriculum is to be shared in Mongolia.
Orchlon Cambridge International School is looking at adopting a number of our unique programmes, after school leaders were so impressed by our approaches.
A team of six, including the Founding Principal, visited ICHK to find out more about our 5+1 model, our outdoor education programme, Deep Learning and Human Technologies.
Year 10 Science students had an incredible afternoon at Disneyland, discovering the vast world of physical science and witnessing how science and creativity produce some of the most thrilling and exciting attractions at the park.
As part of Disney’s World of Physics programme they explored the park and were amazed and enlightened through hands-on experiments focusing on Newton’s Laws of Motion, pneumatics, fluorescence, sound and much more.