Students are learning all about biodiversity, right here on our beautiful campus.
A wide range of living things have been spotted on our school grounds over the past year, all providing students with unique learning opportunities.
Different species of plants and animals are thriving in our green and spacious environment, and through our outdoor learning programme, students are connecting with nature and understanding more about the living things around them.… Read more
Our younger students are enjoying tennis sessions, as we start to offer more sporting opportunities after the disruptions of the past year.
Year 7 and 8 students are all taking part in a morning of tennis coaching at the Hong Lok Yuen Country Club.
A wonderful Pyjama Day was held at school to promote wellness.
A group of students from Year 5 were the brainchild behind the event, which follows the success of a similar day last year.
They provided all year groups with mindful colouring packs, and led wake up to music and yoga sessions for students.… Read more
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the power of habit in our lives, and the difficulty we face in trying to change habits once they have become firmly embedded in thought and action. Picking up good habits and dropping bad ones should be one of our principal aims in life, because, by definition, habits are the default behaviours that we rely on automatically and without reflection.… Read more
Year 8 students have been learning how to navigate their way around Hong Kong, as part of a Deep Learning study.
Small groups from Year 8 spent a day off campus as part of an ‘Independent Travel’ unit.
They travelled to sites of historical and cultural interest in Fanling, Shatin and Tai, including the wet market, parks, the 10,000 Buddhas and the Railway Museum, navigating their own routes and acquiring a huge amount of new knowledge.
We are delighted to unveil details of a major redevelopment of our outdoor spaces this summer.
Under the plans, ICHK will become the first school in Hong Kong to have its very own mini forest.
A brand-new Jungle Explorer Dome and sandpit will be installed in our grounds, the existing climbing frame refurbished, and enhancement works will be carried out to our Outdoor Classroom.… Read more
Phil Morgan is Director of Creativity: Innovation and Teacher of Human Technologies at ICHK
“I used to think the brain was the most fascinating part of the human body, then I realised…Hey! Look what’s telling me that”!
Emo Phillips (Comedian)
Here’s a question: Would you be a passenger in an automatic, driverless car?… Read more
A wonderful showcase of Legacy Learning is underway in Year 6.
ICHK’s very first online PYPx has started, with students presenting amazing displays of innovation and creativity.
Over a total of five days, they are sharing their learning with their parents in small groups via Zoom.