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Pok Fu Lam Prep is very excited to present the 2017 Musical Production of Fiddler on the Roof! The Prep students have been working exceptionally hard and have done an amazing job of re-telling this classic musical! We wish them all the best of luck for their performances on the 23
A massive congratulations to the Kellett Senior School Chess Team who recently competed against 28 other schools in the Hong Kong Inter-School Championships. Oliver
Kellett School have enjoyed some fantastic sporting successes of late in Basketball and Cross Country! Let's hope for some more silverware soon!
The children in 4HH have been working hard on their poetry skills
3JM kicked off Kellett’s Chinese New Year celebrations with their colourful assembly. The children told the story of the Great Race and shared with the audience how the festivities are enjoyed all around the world.
Our Year 13 Drama students performed their original piece of theatre that was based on the theme of protest. The group were presented several stimuli of historic events that captured the theme. Their devised work was an experimental promenade piece that was engineered to prompt the audience to think about their own connection to protest and ask them how they feel when they see it in action. Congratulations to all of our Year 13 Drama students!
Kellett's Senior School plays an active role in Hong Kong's community
Congratulations to our first ever mixed Prep/Senior Equestrian team who entered the Mini Interschool Competition in Lo Wu
After last year's wonderfully successful Annual Fund initiative
On Monday 12 December
The Year 2 Christmas show
Kowloon Bay Prep
, 24 and 25 of February! Well done to everyone involved
, Adrian, Benjamin and Yves did incredibly well, finishing 3rd overall! There were also individual prizes too
, having lots of fun experimenting with language. They were excellent on Friday, having learnt so many lines, they delivered each one brilliantly! Well done to you all
, with many Learning Service initiatives on offer to our students. One such Year 10 student, Ansh Sahay, has built upon his experiences when volunteering at the Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation, and, after having seen the unstable future that could await them, has taken it upon himself to raise over close to $60,000 for the organisation. You can visit his fundraising page here: <a href="https://goo.gl/aZQAhS" rel="nofollow">goo.gl/aZQAhS</a>, and you can read more about his fundraising efforts in his interview with the SCMP here <a href="https://goo.gl/OKKm7e" rel="nofollow">goo.gl/OKKm7e</a>. Well done, Ansh
, competing against Australian International School, CIS, Kowloon Junior International School, HKIS and WIS! The team consisted of Senior School students Saaga Neimi, Daniella Redhead and Danae Looman, as well as KLB Prep students Matilda Edwards and Kirsten Pak. It was a beautiful day to ride and our girls represented Kellett fantastically well with a wonderful harvest of rosettes and places: Jumping 1st place: Saaga Niemi 2nd place: Danae Looman 3rd place: Matilda Edwards 4th place: Daniella Redhead Dressage 1st place: Saaga Niemi 2nd place: Matilda Edwards 6th place: Daniella Redhea
, the Kellett Christmas Lectures returned this year promising even more explosive experiments and engaging conversations - and they certainly delivered! With guest speaker, Scott Hessels, discussing how art and science can be used to protect endangered ecosystems, and the Senior School Science Department with their fascinating demonstrations, the evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all! Congratulations to our Science Department for putting on such a fantastic show, and a big thank you to Scott Hessels for being this year's guest speaker
, our Senior School held its first Carol Concert at St. John’s Cathedral. This was a beautiful December evening in Central, Hong Kong, and the students and staff alike were buzzing with excitement. The Music Department worked hard to create a new tradition for the Senior School, and they were thrilled with the outcome. They extend their thanks to the huge numbers of students and staff who took part, especially colleagues from Pok Fu Lam and Kowloon Bay Prep Schools, and indeed our Peripatetic staff. Well done to all who were involved
, ‘Gimme, Gimme, Gimme!’, was a performance about understanding what Christmas is all about and not taking family for granted! Well done to everyone who was involved
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