Edtech Tour

Wed 6 March 2024

School tours are a great way to see 21st Century Learning in action in leading Hong Kong Schools.

The tour allows you to visit five schools, in addition facilities visits, often allows for interviews with students and teachers at the school.

This tour will focus on Education Technology in international schools in Hong Kong.

Attendees to the 21st Century Learning conference frequently cite the school tours as one of the highlights of their conference experience. Numbers are capped so if you are interested in a school tour book quickly to ensure you get  a space.

Key Details

Cost: US$195 (for K-12 Attendees), $595 for companies or startups
Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024
Time: 07:30 – 16:30

Available for registration to non-conference attendees.

Times are approximate

Renaissance College Hong Kong (RCHK) was established in 2006 by the English Schools Foundation (ESF). RCHK is an IB World School and one of the few schools in the world authorized to offer all four IB programmes: Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), the IB Diploma Programme (DP) and IB Career-related Programme (IBCP). These programmes are used as the framework for an inquiry based approach to learning.
Students are educated from Year 1 to Year 13 on a world-class campus, guided by an experienced international faculty. Since the college opened it has more than doubled in size and RCHK is now home to 2,100 students from more than 40 different nationalities.

Our students are our greatest asset, and take centre place in our community. RCHK students are eager to learn and curious about the world around them. RCHK aims to prepare well-rounded global citizens who strive for excellence, appreciate the arts and understand the importance of tolerance and respect for others.

Bloom is a forward-thinking, G1-6 bilingual school dedicated to pushing boundaries and prioritizing what truly matters. At the heart of our institution are exceptional educators—a NASA engineer inspiring students to design their own experiments, and a dedicated reading specialist ensuring an unparalleled literacy program.

Our students, the driving force behind Bloom’s unique character, embark on captivating weekly field trips, from exploring organic farms to conducting science experiments at the Aberdeen Reservoirs. Bridging classroom knowledge with real-world experiences, they return with insightful questions, keen observations, and innovative ideas, fueling a commitment to project-based learning.

Rooted in a mission to nurture compassionate creators and social innovators, Bloom is not just a school; it’s a dynamic community shaping futures through a blend of cutting-edge education and hands-on exploration. Welcome to Bloom—where every student contributes to the narrative of a brighter, more inventive tomorrow.

Victoria Shanghai Academy (VSA) is a private independent, non-denominational, co-educational day school in Hong Kong established under the auspices of the Shanghai Victoria Education Foundation Limited, a registered charitable body.

In 1965, the Victoria Educational Organisation (VEO) was founded with the mission of providing a high standard bilingual education for Hong Kong children. For over forty years, VEO has been well known for its excellence in academics, character building, and individual nurturing of young people. C.S. Victoria English Primary School was established by the VEO in 1984. It was then renamed as Victoria English Primary School (Causeway Bay), and relocated to Causeway Bay in 1999. In 2004, a subsidy was granted by the government for the construction cost of the campus at Shum Wan Road. The school was relocated to Shum Wan in 2007, and in 2012, the school became a member of the Council of International School (CIS).