We are very pleased to share the latest issue of our student magazine Insight.
Our student editorial team has been working hard to plan, coordinate and publish the edition, which is focused around the central theme of nostalgia.
This is the eighth issue of the magazine, and our team is to be commended for their hard work and vision, which make each edition possible.… Read more
Kindergarten students are enjoying new outdoor play equipment.
A new range of play items has been purchased for our youngest students.
They have been added to the wide range of equipment we already have in our beautiful Kindergarten, all aimed at providing learning experiences to develop our children to be happy, curious, unique and brave explorers.… Read more
Laam Laam Chung is a Year 12 student
I have completed the task of the maintenance of the library books. Through this activity, I reflected upon the consequences of each and every personal choice. This is because by maintaining the books, I saw some damaged areas and I thought about how although these books are offered to everyone in the ICHK community and it is shared property, each and every individual will still have the responsibility of taking care and treasuring these resources despite them not being a personal belonging.… Read more
Year 1 students have been enjoying a wealth of new activities.
Our youngest Primary students are learning new skills through play, exploration and discovery.
The children have been engaged in outdoor learning and discovering new materials, to help foster creativity.
During their morning in school they took part in a plant and tree treasure hunt around our beautiful campus.… Read more
Year 8 students have been taking a step back in time to explore the World War 2 trenches near our school.
The students have been exploring the military relics in Luk Keng as part of their Human Technologies and Big History lessons.… Read more
We are very pleased to share the inspirational account of Saie Ryu Lee’s gruelling barefoot hike of the Maclehose Trail.
In his article ‘A Barefoot Hiker’s Guide to the MacLehose Trail’, Saie Ryu details his extraordinary account of walking the 100km trail barefoot.
A new art project is underway in Year 6, with students creating their own original sculptures.
Under the guidance of Visual Arts Teacher Kelsey Long, the students have been experimenting with different sculpture materials including cardboard, wire, and clay.
Next week, they will have the opportunity to plan and create their own sculpture, during lessons which focus on the Studio Habit of Mind, “Engage and Persist.”… Read more
Congratulations to Year 6 student Nicholas Lee who has been selected for an honourable mention in the Hong Kong Young Writer’s Award.
Nicholas narrowly missed being shortlisted for an award, but his work impressed the judges so much that they wrote to commend him on it.… Read more
Saie Ryu Lee is a Learning Support Assistant at ICHK
I was heavily inspired by British barefoot running enthusiast, Tony Riddle’s personal challenge of running the length of the UK completely barefoot in 30 days. His life story and message really resonated with me, and sowed the seeds for the idea of undertaking a long barefoot walk myself.… Read more