Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong will deliver a bespoke British curriculum that blends the UK National Curriculum with the Hong Kong curriculum, and is "fully bilingual and bicultural in Chinese and English". The school also promises to offer "an inspiring choice of different activities, from individual and team sports to creative arts, music, drama and much, much more, in an exciting range of teams, clubs and societies."
The new school is the second international opening for this leading UK independent school group, which opened Wycombe Abbey International School, Changzhou in China in 2016. There are also plans to open Wycombe Abbey International School Hangzhou in September 2020.
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Founded more than 120 years ago, Wycombe Abbey UK is a selective, all-through boarding school for girls that has a reputation for its academic rigour and outstanding A Level results. Its sister school in Hong Kong will be a co-ed primary day school, although there are long-term plans to open a secondary school here as well.
Founding headmaster Howard Tuckett says:
"Our vision is to give many generations of Hong Kong children the opportunity to benefit from a truly exceptional education. This education will draw on the very best teaching practices and traditions of Wycombe Abbey in the UK, a school that is recognised internationally as one of the UK’s finest independent academic schools.
"Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong hopes to provide Hong Kong children of primary school age with an outstanding education during their most crucial formative years. We aim to prepare our pupils for entry into the finest independent secondary schools in the world."
Annual tuition fees are at the higher end of the scale – HKD 188,000 for Grades 1-5 and HKD 193,000 for Grade 6, and there is an annual capital levy of approximately HKD 35,000 per annum.
Click here for more information about curriculum, fees and admissions at Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong.