Year 9 students have been exploring the key themes in Patrick Ness’ novel ‘The Knife of Never Letting Go’ through Lego®Serious Play®
Director of Creativity Phil Morgan ran the session with students of English.
Students built and explained models related to the themes of ‘coming of age’, ‘language and communication’ and ‘rules and order’.
Leadership, planning and social skills are being boosted in Year 4 with weekly student led lessons.
Every week students in Y4L have the opportunity to take ownership over a lesson and teach the class something they have been learning or are interested in.… Read more
Year 12 students are behind a new recycling scheme at ICHK.
A group are working on the ‘Precious Plastic Workplace’ as part of their CAS projects.
The students are behind a plan to invest in machinery, which will help with our goal as a school to reduce and recycle plastic waste.… Read more
Creative Year 4 students designed a fun filled treasure hunt around school for younger students.
A group of students in Y4G prepared a complex activity for children in Year 1.
They made clues, clay models to seek out, treasure maps, certificates and a treasure box.
The stunning surroundings of our school have been inspiring Literature students.
Year 11s are studying Yukio Mishima’s ‘The Sound of Waves’ for their World Literature IGCSE. They were able to explore the themes, ideas and setting of the novel through a walk down to the local Tin Hau Temple.
A wonderful celebration of Diwali was enjoyed in the +1 Centre.
Students have been busy making Indian sweets and beautiful Rangoli patterns to mark the Festival of Lights.
They have worked hard, creating Rangolis with beans, and clay diyas, the small lamps that are traditionally used at this time of year.… Read more
Comedian Funny Benn has been helping Year 3s to think about humour and how laughter impacts their well-being.
He visited school and staged an interactive presentation of comic skills for the children.
All the activities were designed to help the children define humour, and understand that it’s a form of communication which makes people happy.… Read more
Another fantastic week of outdoor learning has been enjoyed – this time by our Year 8 students.
The students completed a week of activities with Asia Pacific Adventures, exploring the natural world, trying new things and learning to collaborate with their peers.… Read more
We all have some bad habits – and one of mine is using a turn of phrase which I don’t much like, but which, despite that, I sometimes find tripping off my tongue. That’s the problem with cliches – they take on a life of their own.… Read more
Relationships are the cornerstone of performance at school. They will look different in every instance, because, as we well know from daily experience, the ‘chemistry’ between individuals is always subject to many diverse factors, which can play out differently at any given moment and across time.… Read more