Ray Chan is Head of PE, Activities & Deep Learning at ICHK
As I reflect upon the year, my mind naturally tends towards the Deep Learning programme that we have initiated this year. As the coordinator of this programme, I feel privileged to have worked with staff on a wide-ranging curriculum from Ark Eden, Bamboo Creativity, Cantonese Opera to Zombies and literally everything in between.… Read more
Phil Morgan is Director of Creativity and Head of Human Technologies at ICHK
The thing I appreciate most about working at ICHK is the uncommon attitude to risk-taking, experimentation, and the very real possibility of failure in the pursuit of learning.… Read more
Ross Parker is Director of Technology, Pedagogy & Assessment at ICHK
The process of becoming an adult is one of life’s main preoccupations: it takes a long time, and requires the investment of a considerable amount of personal, familial, societal energy.… Read more
Jamie Holden is a Teacher of Maths at ICHK
If you happen to visit ICHK and climb to the top of C block to visit c307, you may be lucky enough to see two things. The first is the amazing view over Starling Inlet, a view unique to ICHK.… Read more
Toby Newton is Head of School at ICHK. This was his greeting to the ICHK community in the Winter newsletter.
The year started with the news that we have been included in Cambridge University’s list of the 100 most innovative schools worldwide.… Read more
Ray Chan and Chris Holland are the ICHK teachers who led the challenge.
The 2017 CAS Week Adventure Challenge lived up to its name and then some this year. Undoubtedly, the week has been extremely tough which led Aoi to remark one evening that the week should not be named the Adventure Challenge but a Survival Challenge!… Read more
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
Toby Newton is Head of School at ICHK
One of the advantages of being a small school is that all our students have a real opportunity to take part in the full range of sporting activities that a school has to offer.… Read more
Raymond Chan is Head of PE and Activities at ICHK
Recently, as you may know, ICHK took part in a schools touch rugby tournament. One of the girls jokingly pointed out that since we organised the event we could invite only teams that we would beat and therefore win the trophy.… Read more
Victoria Lee is Head of English at ICHK
What is school for?
This is a question that became a focus point for a Year 7 English group this Thursday. It wasn’t part of the plan, but sometimes some of the most interesting and memorable lessons aren’t.… Read more