Malvern College Hong Kong
3 Fo Chun Road, Pak Shek Kok, Hong Kong, SAR, China
+852 3898 4688
|Headmaster||Dr Robin A. Lister|
|Co-ed Age Range||5-18 years|
|Number of pupils||1,200|
|Primary||HK$182,820 (Proposed fee for 2023-24, Subject to EDB Approval)|
|Secondary||HK$207,950 (Proposed fee for 2023-24, Subject to EDB Approval)|
|Annual Capital Levy||HK$42,000 (pupils covered by nomination rights are exempted from annual capital levy payments)|
|Curriculum||IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP|
|Language of Instruction||English|
Malvern College Hong Kong (MCHK) is inspired by the esteemed heritage and ethos of Malvern College UK, a co-educational day and boarding school established in 1865. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, MCHK provides the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), and Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum. Since its successful launch in August 2018, the school now offers primary and secondary classes ranging from Prep 1 (Year 1) to Upper Sixth (Year 13). Upon reaching full capacity, MCHK will accommodate approximately 1200 primary and secondary pupils.
Located in Pak Shek Kok just adjacent to the Hong Kong Science Park, the beautifully designed green campus and building feature world class teaching facilities, including a 450-seat auditorium, open-plan library, roof-top sports pitch, 6-lane indoor swimming pool, climbing wall, dance studio, science labs, maker space studio, creative computing centre, design technology workshops, music and arts rooms, a ceramics studio, Drama Studio and The Junior, an outdoor tufted multipurpose activity area.
Small class sizes give teachers the chance to engage personally with pupils and differentiate according to aptitude, ability and skill set within lessons. Dedicated tutor-time and a genuine concern for the individual are additional key features. The school's strong pastoral care system is built around an active house system, whilst Malvern's commitment to holistic education is underpinned by its extensive co-curricular activity programme. The school is also one of the first schools in the territory to run a Forest-Beach School programme by qualified Level 3 practitioners. Pupils build confidence, self-awareness and social skills, while learning about the natural world in the outdoors.
MCHK is a member of the growing network of Malvern schools across the globe including the UK, Egypt, Qingdao, Chengdu, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Japan. Although each Malvern school has its own unique identity, they all share the same DNA and ethos built around the "Five Centres of Excellence", namely: British-style Pastoral Care, Enhanced Learning, Entrepreneurial Education, Outdoor and Environmental Education and a Global Network.
Malvern seeks to develop independent, forward-thinking individuals who demonstrate strength of character and responsibility. By providing a caring, supportive and ambitious learning environment, the school enables its pupils to maximise their academic potential, develop their talents and to flourish as individuals. The aim is for Malvern pupils to become truly open-minded, global citizens capable of building consensus, respect and an ability to collaborate with those from backgrounds different to their own.