Sean McDermott is Deputy Head of School at ICHK and writes a regular blog for The Future Learning Project
One of the key reasons why The Future Learning Project exists is because of the gap between how rapidly the world is changing when compared with often outdated learning experiences in many schools and education systems.… Read more
ICHK students, staff and families have enjoyed a wonderful snow sports excursion to Japan.
A large group from school spent the Chinese New Year break in the stunning Shiga Kogen area, learning how to ski and snowboard, sampling new food and experiencing Japanese culture and hospitality.… Read more
A very successful visit to Kadoorie Farm has been enjoyed by Year 2 students.
They visited the nearby farm and botanic gardens as part of their studies into living things.
The children were asked to think about how their actions can affect their relationships with other living things.… Read more
The diverse Hong Kong landscape has inspired a book of photography by ICHK students.
‘Stories of the City’ is a beautiful volume produced by 14 budding photographers during CAS+ Week.
From the bustling crowds of Central to the serene and tranquil waves of Mui Wo, the students created narratives using the still image.… Read more
Secondary students visited ICHK Primary for the first of a series of art collaborations.
A group of Year 7 students visited to find out more about indigo dyeing.
A naturally fermented indigo vat has been developed at school in recent months.
A fantastic ‘Guilin Adventure’ was enjoyed by students as part of our pioneering Deep Learning programme.
A group travelled to the scenic Chinese region which is famed for its dramatic landscapes and idyllic countryside.
They enjoyed trekking, biking, climbing and abseiling as part of a Deep Learning unit, developing essential life skills and building resilience in the process.… Read more
Well done to all our students who took part in the Tai Po District Athletics Competition.
A team of 18 students competed at the event at the Tai Po Sports Ground.
There were more than 20 local schools taking part, and it was the first time that our school has entered a local athletics competition.… Read more
We are absolutely delighted to announce outstanding results in the Trinity College speech and communication exams.
Every Year 6 student who entered achieved the highest grade of Distinction.
The students were expertly guided and supported by Jennie Martin, spending a number of weeks last term practising and perfecting their communication skills with her.… Read more
Dave Addis is an Experiential Educator at ICHK
So, what happens when a group of nine Yr8 and 9 boys are given the task of leading themselves around southern China?
During December’s Deep Learning, a team of boys were given a 5-day itinerary to follow taking them from Hong Kong, up to the Longji Rice Terraces and finally to the limestone karsts of Yangshuo.… Read more