Partners

Learning, discovery and sharing at a traditional English boarding school  

Kingsmead School opened in 1904, to provide an environment in which children could “learn well’. Today, Kingsmead over delivers on that promise and has developed a bespoke education that is both transformative and empowering for children of all academic abilities. Enhanced Learning is the norm at Kingsmead and goes far beyond the National Curriculum, creating opportunities to shine, uncovering talents and inspiring enquiring minds. Opportunities to excel are not just limited to academia. Sporting competitions, drama productions and musical events all form an integral part of the curriculum and a high adult:child ratio ensures that every pupil is individually inspired and motivated. Our Learning Support Team ensures that pupils with specific challenges to their learning understand quickly that these are not a barrier to success.

Stamford American School Hong Kong is a world-class international school launching September 2017, offering a rigorous standards-based education for children aged 5 to 18 years old. Its goal is to instill an enthusiasm for lifelong learning and a sense of global awareness in every student, along with the necessary skills to prepare them for the challenges and changes which lie ahead after they graduate from school.

Australian International School Hong Kong (AISHK) is a co-educational international school located in Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Founded in 1995, the school follows the New South Wales curriculum where senior students in Years 11 and 12 can either pursue the Higher School Certificate of the New South Wales Board of Studies or the IB Diploma Programme. Operating on an Australian school calendar (late January to mid December), AISHK aims to facilitate an easier transition for those entering from, or returning to, Australian or Southern Hemisphere schools or tertiary institutions. Enrollment currently stands at 1,100 students from Reception to Year 12. With 27 nationalities represented in its student body, around 72% of the student body claims Australian or New Zealand citizenship.