A wonderful rite of passage has been marked by Year 6 students.
They completed a 20km hike from primary to secondary, camping overnight, before being applauded into the afternoon assembly at our secondary school.
It was a symbolic journey, designed to build their resilience as they prepare to transition to Year 7, and was the first of a number of rites of passage that they will experience over the coming years at ICHK.… Read more
This year ICHK Primary is pleased to be taking part in the annual Jump Rope For Heart Program, organised by the Heart Foundation.
The aim of the Jump Rope for Heart Program is to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke and to motivate the younger generation to adopt a heart healthy lifestyle through exercise to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.… Read more
A very special ceremony was held at school, as we said goodbye to our Year 13 students.
The traditional farewell assembly included sibling speeches, the presentation of awards and a look back at their time in ICHK.
Head of School Toby Newton gave a heartfelt address on the bittersweet nature of these events: on an annual basis, these assemblies remind us how far students have travelled in their time at ICHK, how much they have grown – and how big a gap they leave to be filled once they move on to the next stage in their lives.… Read more
A fantastic day was enjoyed with the House Basketball tournament and school dance.
The entire school moved out into the front courts to compete, support and cheer to their hearts’ content.
The tournament was the biggest and best house competition yet, with Ming, Song and Tang battling in the heat and a teachers vs student beep test.… Read more
A wonderful learning journey has culminated in an incredible Year 6 exhibition.
Students presented an amazing showcase of innovation and creativity.
After weeks of research, interviews, field trips, and complex thinking, they displayed their learning journeys to our community.
All did a wonderful job of presenting their work with confidence and passion.… Read more
Thank you to everyone who supported our appeal to help victims of the devastating Cyclone Idai in Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Large donations of clothing were collected, to be transported to the Zimbabwean Consulate.
Millions of people have been left in need of urgent help after the cyclone, which was one of the most devastating storms to hit Africa in decades.… Read more
We were delighted to welcome secondary students to school, to teach our Year 3s about the science behind laughter.
Three Year 8 students prepared mini lessons focusing on what our bodies are made of, what happens to our bodies when we laugh and why laughing is healthy.… Read more
Students in Year 5 have opened their very own Poetry Cafes.
Their classrooms were set up like cafés, for the students to share poems they have been crafting in recent weeks.
The children enjoyed sipping on hot chocolate and nibbling treats, whilst others presented their work.… Read more
ICHK staff and students have been helping to inspire the next generation of sporting stars in Hong Kong.
A team from school visited the Hong Kong Sports Institute, the territory’s centre of sporting excellence and home to Hong Kong’s elite athletes.… Read more
Students have embarked on a major clean-up project, to help restore a typhoon hit area near our secondary school.
Our cycling and Project G activity groups are helping to clear plastic waste which swept in during last year’s Typhoon Mangkhut, at Pak Tau Ha lake.… Read more