A rich and innovative co-curricular programme

Our students at Malvern College Hong Kong (MCHK) will experience a well-balanced daily routine encompassing academic, physical and co-curricular activities. Students can take on different roles to help organise their activities independently or with guidance from their teachers.

The leadership programme in MCHK is well structured and coordinated to give students opportunities to develop their confidence and social skills. It is provided within the overall pastoral programme of the school, including being nominated by their peers as student prefects, taking on leadership role in their own House and representing the student body through being part of the Student Council.

We will have a mandatory chess programme for the development of higher-level critical thinking, and mandatory debating and public speaking for effective communication.

Sports will form an important part of our co-curricular programme. Through participation in sports students lead a healthy lifestyle and develop their social and leadership skills. The skills they acquire through participation in sports will also help them develop confidence and character as they prepare for further education and the workplace.

Our Sports and Co-Curricular Programme will include the following organised programmes and activities, as well as others introduced and developed throughout the growth of the school:

  • Athletics
  • Football
  • Cricket
  • Swimming
  • Basketball
  • The Hong Kong Award for Young People (Duke of Edinburgh Award International)
  • Summer Programmes
  • Residential Programmes
  • Experiential Learning

Arts is an essential component of education at MCHK. As with Sports and Leadership, the Arts develop and nurture the creative skills and talents of our students as well as equip them with necessary social skills. In addition to the Arts constituting part of the curriculum in all the IB programmes, we will also include it in our co-curricular and after-school programmes. This will include Visual Arts, Drama, Dance, Music, and Film.