This tour will visit five Hong Kong schools, – all offering exciting perspectives and possibilities on contemporary learning space design in both new and renovated buildings. There will be a strong focus on providing insights into innovative learning spaces including common spaces, classrooms, libraries, etc.

This is a great way to see 21st Century Learning in action and the structure of each visit allows for a tour of the key spaces, – often guided by student ambassadors,-  plus time for an open discussion with a member(s) of the school leadership team.

A contemporary learning space needs to be able to motivate learners and promote learning as an activity, support collaborative as well as formal practice, provide a personalised and inclusive environment, and be flexible in the face of changing needs. This tour will generate ideas and discussions about different approaches to delivering this vision. 

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.

This tour will finish at the Steelcase drinks reception which is an optional pre-conference social open to anyone attending 21CLHK. 

Key Details

Cost: US$195
Date: Wednesday 9 September 2020
Time: 09:00 – 16:00

Available for registration to non-conference attendees

Hong Kong Academy

A leader in inquiry-based, child-centered education, HKA is one of the few schools in Hong Kong that provides opportunities for students with special needs to be integrated into the mainstream classroom. Between 10% to 15% of HKA students receive some level of learner support ranging from mild to intensive. HKA’s philosophy firmly supports the belief that all students benefit from an environment where students requiring support are a part of the inclusive classroom. HKA’s staff includes dedicated Learner Support professionals; in addition, all teachers at HKA receive on-going professional development to support their instruction within an inclusive school.

Yew Cheung

At Yew Chung International School of Hong Kong (YCIS Hong Kong) is renowned for offering high quality, progressive and globally-minded programmes of international and bilingual education in Hong Kong.

They have a unique multicultural and bilingual approach to education, with a focus on both English and Chinese language learning, is recognised globally, and helps distinguish our students in a globally competitive environment.

Wycombe Abbey International School

Wycombe Abbey was founded more than 100 years ago and it has become one of the leading independent boarding schools in the UK, consistently ranked number one for academic results at A level.

Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong opened on September 2019. It is a co-educational primary school with a fresh approach to the curriculum that combines the National Curriculum for England with an extensive Chinese language syllabus.

The Campus is situated in Tin Wan, Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island. It is equipped to provide an outstanding primary school experience, where our pupils enjoy the best possible educational foundation, with dedicated facilities for Speech and Drama, Music, Art, Science and STEAM subjects.

Malvern College Hong Kong is located in close proximity to the Hong Kong Science Park, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Education University of Hong Kong.

Adjacent to the scenic Tolo Harbour, our seven-storey state-of-the-art campus is designed specifically with Malvern College’s culture, ethos and philosophy in mind. Our 26,000 square-metre campus houses the primary and secondary school including academic, sporting and recreational spaces, incorporating the latest innovation and technology in teaching, learning and environmental sustainability.

The College’s low-carbon footprint campus is designed according to environmental design principles that enhance natural ventilation, light penetration, and shading. The landscaping across floors has been consciously designed to match the adjoining green environment.