The annual Year 11 art exhibition has been set up as we welcome students back to campus.
Some of their fantastic artwork is on display in the PA room, alongside Year 12 IB artwork.
We hope that all our returning students enjoy the fruits of their creative work, and be inspired by their creativity.
We are very pleased to announce another major step in the development of our innovative outdoor learning programme.
Another 21 members of staff have completed their Forest School training this year.
Rhys Baker, Sophy Song, Tiffany Au, Miranda Bundy and Mia Sung have all completed the advanced Level 3: Forest Schools Practitioner Award.… Read more
After four long months, it was a joy to start to welcome students back to school in phases today.
The planning and preparation has been intense, as we navigate the delicate point of transition from social distancing to a return to more familiar routines.… Read more
The well loved story of Flat Stanley has inspired Year 3 students to share their own stories with children across the world.
Children in Year 3 have partnered with Loyola Prep School in Essex in the UK, as part of a study into communication.… Read more
ICHK’s annual Jump Rope for Heart ‘Jump Off’ will get underway in home PE classes this week.
All students will be practising and learning new skipping skills and putting together their own skipping performance piece.
Students are asked to set their own skipping goals and seek some sponsorship, with all money to be donated to the Jump Rope for Heart Organisation.… Read more
Inspirational fundraiser Captain Tom Moore has been the focus of real-life maths lessons for Year 2 students.
The children of Year 2 have been learning all about the 100 year-old, whose efforts to walk 100 laps of his garden, have raised 33 millions pounds for the UK National Health Service and generated world headlines.
A University preparation programme is underway for our Year 13s, as they look ahead to the next stage in their lives.
ICHK’s graduating students will be taking up places at universities around the world after the summer, and are being supported in the transition by their form tutors.