We are delighted to announce another set of excellent IB results.
All of our graduates achieved the Diploma, with more than 50% scoring 35 points or more. One of our students scored 44 points.
Our results are significantly higher than the global average, and once again are in line with the highest achieving schools in Hong Kong and beyond.… Read more
Senior science students are enjoying the educational experience of a lifetime, at the Great Barrier Reef.
A small group of students and teachers are visiting Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort, a coral cay at the south tip of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef.… Read more
A fact finding mission to Stanley Market has been enjoyed by Year 5 students.
The children visited the famous market to find inspiration for their very own market day .
They have been learning about economics in recent weeks and the market day will be the culmination of their studies.… Read more
Incredible drama productions have been performed at primary and secondary this week.
The classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast was brought to life in spectacular style at our primary school.
Year 6 students staged an end-of-term musical production of the story.… Read more
We are proud to announce a major drive against plastic pollution at our school.
From next term, we are aiming to completely cut out all single use plastics, as we raise awareness of sustainable living at our primary school. It follows a similar drive at our secondary school.… Read more
Year 6 students have been holding their own debates as part of a creative Chinese unit.
Home language students have been learning about debating in recent weeks, as well as reading and writing persuasive texts.
For their summative assessment they held class debates on whether students should be allowed to bring phones to school, and should zoos exist.… Read more
We enjoyed a wonderful showcase of learning at ICHK’s annual science fair – the fourth occasion on which the event has run and, by popular agreement, the best fair yet.
Hundreds of guests braved the rain and joined us for an evening of inspirational exhibitions and activities all around the school.… Read more
ICHK has become the first school in Hong Kong with multiple qualified Forest School leaders.
We celebrated the milestone this week, marking another huge step forward in the development of our acclaimed programme.
Nadia Munoz, Sue Keelty, June Gibbard and Susanna Lynam from ICHK Primary, and Raymond Chan from ICHK Secondary, have just successfully completed their Forest School Leadership training and been awarded their Level 3 certification.… Read more
Amazing new artworks have transformed one of our school corridors into a celebration of literature and film.
Book cover designs and film posters have been painted all the way along the first floor corridor in C block.
The ‘English Corridor’ has been completed by senior students under the direction of Art Teacher Chris Cook.… Read more
Jon Rees is a teacher of English, Human Technologies and Theory of Knowledge at ICHK
This week, I went down to Victoria Park to attend the 30th anniversary commemoration of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Across this week, as many as 180,000 people are expected in a series of events to mark both that tragedy and to protest against the new Extradition Law that allows people arrested in Hong Kong to be sent to Mainland China: protestors say that this is unfair as Hong Kong and China’s legal systems are significantly different and this is in opposition to the terms of the handover from Britain- where the integrity of Hong Kong’s laws were to be guaranteed for 50yrs from 1997.… Read more