Brendan Lee is a Year 6 Teacher at ICHK Hong Lok Yuen, and runs the Legacy Challenge Award.
“It is time to make your mark. Your contribution. It is time to leave a legacy. Your legacy. It’s your time.” James Kerr
The Legacy Challenge Award was developed in 2015 with the aim of inspiring, challenging and instilling lifelong positive attitudes and attributes in nine and 10 year old students.… Read more
Green fingered students have been enjoying the delights of their first harvest.
Our keen young gardeners have been busy all term tending their plots. They have been tilling the soil, planting seeds, weeding, composting and looking out for pests.
This week they collected their first harvest of the season, and were able to enjoy a scrumptious salad of carrots and lettuce.… Read more
Adventurous students have scaled seven of Hong Kong’s highest mountains, as part of a mammoth two-day challenge.
A small group of Year 6 students hiked for more than 15 hours, walking 25km and climbing a huge 2,200m in total.
They successfully scaled Sunset Peak, Lantau Peak, The Twins, Violet Hill, Mount Butler, Mount Parker and Jardine’s Lookout, setting a new school record with their achievement.… Read more
Top-level cricket coaching is being delivered to primary school students.
Leading coaches are running a four-week programme to introduce students to the sport.
The school has teamed up with Cricket Hong Kong, to deliver a striking and fielding unit.
A professional coach is working with PE staff, as part of an investment in the growth of the game in Hong Kong.… Read more
Another successful exchange programme has been hosted at ICHK.
We have been delighted to welcome students from Nengren Middle School in Jiangsu Province to our school this past week.
The focus has been on language immersion and cultural learning, with a packed programme of excursions and activities laid on for the visiting students.… Read more
A hugely successful ski trip has been enjoyed by ICHK families .
A group of students, parents and staff visited Shiga Kogen, near Nagano in Japan. They enjoyed winter sports, as well as cultural excursions and the opportunities to enjoy new food and language immersion.… Read more
Innovative work is underway to develop our vision as a fully accredited Forest School.
Teachers Ho Mei Chau and Brendan Lee have just has completed a two-day wilderness first aid and CPR training course run by Emergency Care Training Hong Kong.… Read more
The Year of the Rooster has been celebrated by the ICHK community.
At the primary school, special activities were staged including Chinese story telling, painting, Tai Chi, creating banners, Chinese paper crafts and games with Chinese shuttlecocks.
The celebrations culminated in concerts staged by Kindergarten children and students from Years 1-6.… Read more
Young scientists have been learning through discovery in the glorious New Territories landscape.
A Wild Science Day was held for Year 5 students near the Starling Inlet, in the wetland area of Luk Keng.
Students were given the opportunity to see at first hand the breathtaking environment around our secondary school, and encouraged to ‘Think Like Scientists.’
They were able to explore the surroundings, witnessing terrapins and many other species in their natural habitats.… Read more
Students and refugees worked together to tackle one of Hong Kong’s most challenging mountain hikes.
A group of Year 6 students completed a three hour hike over the famous Twins with ladies from Free to Run – an organisation which works with refugees.… Read more