Jon Rees is a Teacher of English at ICHK
It’s strange to think that the book you hold in your hand could be deemed so explosive that both the writer and the reader could be thrown into jail for its possession. … Read more
Secondary students have returned to school stronger, more resilient and more confident after an extraordinary CAS Week.
The past week has been a time of incredible growth, with students working together to achieve physical challenges, and combat emotional ones.
All of our trips and projects were designed to push them to the limits of their capacities in ways that regular school is not able to do.… Read more
An amazing day was celebrated at Hong Lok Yuen for our annual Party in the Park.
Families, past and present, enjoyed a host of entertainment, delicious food and drink and the company of friends.
Thank you to everyone who attended, and contributed to the amazing community spirit that we are so renowned for.
Innovative plans to develop our very own Forest School are moving forward.
Work is underway to transform our school garden into an outdoor learning area for students.
This is the first phase of our plans to develop an outdoor classroom and Forest School area at our Hong Lok Yuen campus.… Read more
Our senior female students embarked on a fantastic trip into the world of professional excellence this week.
During a high pressure visit, our girls seized the chance to impress a team of global HSBC executives.
They travelled to HSBC headquarters as part of a very special learning opportunity, designed to prepare them for life beyond school.… Read more
CAS Week is underway.
Excited secondary school students are in China, camping in Hong Kong and engaged in a huge range of work experience placements.
They are preparing for challenges that will pull them out of their comfort zones and test their resolve and resilience.
Intrepid students are preparing for Hong Kong’s youth adventure race Team Fear.
Students, along with their parents, joined a special training session where they enjoyed stream scrambling, biking, hiking and discovering the rare Hong Kong Newt.
Students from Years 5, 6 , 7 and 8 pushed themselves out of their comfort zones to prepare for the race, which our students have a long tradition of competing in.… Read more
ICHK teachers are being featured in a worldwide round-up of inspiring educators from around the world.
Juliette Perchais visited the school, as part of a 10 month around-the-world trip to meet and learn from passionate teachers.
The 29 year-old teacher from France is visiting selected schools in 14 countries, as she questions how to make education more relevant and meaningful for students.
Young scientists have been learning through discovery in the spectacular environment of our secondary school.
Year 5 students enjoyed a Wild Science day near the Starling Inlet, in the wetland area of Luk Keng.
They were encouraged to ‘Think Like Scientists,’ as part of a special outdoor learning experience.… Read more
Our Forest School programme is well underway.
Over the past week, students have spent time climbing trees, rock hopping, building imaginary campfires, and taking part in outdoor group games.
In the process, they were free to get wet and muddy, take charge of their own learning and enjoy being outdoors.… Read more