Ingenious Year 5 students created their very own Rube Goldberg machines as part of a lesson on motion and energy.
They used pulleys, dominoes, ramps, tunnels and many other materials to learn about how machines work.
A complex series of devices were put together to produce a domino effect, with the simple aim of cracking an egg at the end.… Read more
How do you teach resilience is a question we often hear from parents?
At ICHK, students are carefully prepared for challenges that will push them out of their comfort zones and test their resolve.
These challenges may be in a sporting setting, on the school bouldering wall or in the last stretch of a 10km run.… Read more
ICHK students have been scaling the summits as they prepare for the Hong Kong Award for Young People.
Year 10 students took part in a weekend expedition, as part of a practice run for the acclaimed award.
It was planned to help them set goals, develop leadership skills, and learn the importance of planning, commitment, perseverance, enterprise and effort.… Read more
ICHK’s Student Representative Council is being officially recognised by one of Hong Kong’s longest running charity drives.
Students from the secondary school have been invited to attend the Operation Santa Claus closing ceremony and accept the award for the most creative fundraising.… Read more
We are delighted to announce that we are on track to become Asia’s inaugural Forest School Development Centre.
ICHK Hong Lok Yuen is leading a pioneering programme, which will culminate in the prestigious accreditation.
We are set to achieve our vision of being a leader in outdoor learning and Forest School education by the summer.… Read more
As a new year begins, we celebrate a hugely successful period for ICHK.
At the kindergarten and primary school we have made huge steps towards our vision to be a leader in outdoor learning and Forest School education.
The secondary school has been recognised as one of Cambridge University’s top 100 schools worldwide for our innovative curriculum and cutting edge approach to learning.… Read more
Year 6 students have been spreading Christmas cheer this week.
They visited the Home of Loving Faithfulness to sing Christmas songs and spend time with the residents.
The school has a long affiliation with the home, which provides residential care for children and adults with disabilities.… Read more
ICHK’s award-winning drama team has worked its magic again, leaving audiences spellbound with their amazing production of The Forgotten Circus.
The annual showcase saw students mix circus, physical theatre and dance to create a visual extravaganza.
Blending music, motion, space and colour, the visually rich performance told the story of Sammy and the worlds she inhabits.… Read more
Resilient ICHK students have run continual laps of The Peak for anti-human trafficking causes.
A team from the secondary school took part in the 24 Hour Race to raise awareness of the issue, and funds for the organisation The Exodus Road.… Read more
Treasure Island was the setting for a four day adventure for our Year 5 students.
They enjoyed a wonderful programme of challenges and activities during their annual camp.
All were designed to develop independence, resilience, encouragement and teamwork, and help them achieve personal growth.… Read more