Congratulations to our graduating class of 2021.
Our Year 13 students celebrated the end of their school journey with a special ceremony.
It was a wonderful occasion, with parents and staff joining together to celebrate our graduates.
In an ICHK tradition, Sam and Emily Ball and Mikael and Emily Donnet gave beautiful speeches about their graduating siblings Gemma and Martin.
A wonderful rite of passage has been marked by Year 9 students.
A day of adventure and celebration was staged as part of a symbolic journey into Year 10.
The event, planned by outdoor educator David Addis, included a series of challenges and puzzles, which needed students to collaborate and work in teams to solve.
Students have been learning about different native tree species.
In preparation for the mini-forest to be planted at school in August, each student from Year 1-6 has made a wood cookie tag. There will be one for each of the 350 trees to be planted.… Read more
The ICHK Kindergarten and Primary yearbook has been distributed.
All families are receiving a free copy of our annual hard-cover book.
Once again, it is a visual record of school life over the past year, albeit a challenging one with long periods of online learning.… Read more
The stunning surroundings of our school have been inspiring students of Human Technologies students.
Year 8s have been looking at religion as both a spiritual and a social technology. They were given the opportunity to think deeply about their learning during a walk to the local Tin Hau Temple.
A geometric city is being completed in Year 6, with students working in collaboration on a major maths project.
In recent months, students have been learning about decimals, measurement, perimeter, area and volume.
They are now putting their skills into practice, and taking on the role of city planners and architects.… Read more
Year 5 students have staged their very own fashion show, as part of a creative Chinese unit.
Foreign Language students have been learning about different types of clothing and dress codes.
The study was linked to their Unit of Inquiry, ensuring strong connections with the Chinese programme, helping to build links in their learning and deepening their understanding.… Read more
More students have been learning how to navigate their way around Hong Kong, as part of a Deep Learning study.
Small groups from Year 7 have spent a day off campus as part of an ‘Independent Travel’ unit.
They travelled to sites of historical and cultural interest in Fanling, Shatin and Tai, allowing them to develop the key skills of collaboration, perseverance and problem solving, which are central to the ICHK philosophy.
A special workshop was staged for Year 6 students , as part of a support programme as they prepare for secondary school.
ICHK Secondary’s well-being educator and counsellor Christy Tsui, Head of Year 7 Ben Blain and Deputy Head of Year 7 Nelly Loi-Fong, joined counsellor Kate Kam for the event.… Read more
A beautiful show of support for an ICHK family has been carried out by students.
The children of Y2W stood outside school to sing to a family living opposite who have completed home quarantine and are now self monitoring.
The children sang to the family who were able to watch through the window of their home.… Read more