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.
Malvern College Hong Kong was awarded the Quality Building Award (QBA) 2020 in the category “Hong Kong Non-Residential (New Building – Government, Institution or Community)” for the high standard of quality of our campus building and facilities.
The QBA is a biennial award, giving public recognition to buildings of outstanding quality and demonstrating outstanding teamwork.
Blended learning is the combination of face-to-face instruction with online learning, recognised as the most effective method of achieving a rewarding personalised learning experience. Malvern College Hong Kong champions blended learning with well-equipped learning spaces, makerspaces, and other modern purpose-built facilities, and the use of effective learning technologies.
All classrooms in Malvern College Hong Kong are equipped with interactive projectors, audio systems, and acoustic ceilings. Professional standard laboratory furniture and equipment, with 4-sided fume cupboards, ensure an optimal learning environment for scientists.
The campus provides seven science laboratories with different configurations to facilitate tutorials and practical work.
Our inviting open-plan library with curved walls, located in the heart of the school, was designed reminiscent of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and is the real hub of the school. Pupils are encouraged to see the library not simply as a place full of books, but also as a place for experimentation, learning, relaxing, working and, of course, reading. Physical boundaries have been minimised to create a welcoming environment and to encourage collaboration.
Pupils who engage in sport learn to lead a healthy lifestyle and to develop their social and leadership skills. Physical and health education is therefore an integral part of Malvern College Hong Kong’s core curriculum, and there is a wealth of sporting activities available within the co-curricular programme. Football, basketball, rugby, cricket, swimming, netball and basketball enjoy particular popularity.
Malvern College Hong Kong has an AstroTurf Skypitch that is equipped with 4th generation artificial turf and shock-absorption pad, designed for football and rugby. The design ensures that uniform lighting levels reduce any disturbance to our neighbours. The landscaped garden and outdoor space provides pupils with experience of planting and gardening.
Inside on the ground floor we have a 6-lane, 25m heated swimming pool offering swimmers an excellent all-year round facility.
The indoor multi-purpose sports hall features full sized basketball, badminton and volleyball courts and also has cricket lanes with special flooring which mimics the bounce of a ball on a real cricket pitch. It enables pupils to play sport year round in any weather conditions. It can also be used as an assembly hall for school events. The multi-purpose design makes it a versatile space for the whole Malvern College Hong Kong community.
Our 450-seat auditorium (“Big School”) features concert hall quality acoustics, with specially selected materials to create a warm sound and also ensure musical clarity. The auditorium is used for concerts and theatre productions as well as assemblies, debates and seminars.
Our various practice rooms provide the facilities needed for pupils to pursue their musical interests whether those lie in being an individual performer or becoming a member of an orchestra, a chamber music group or in forming their own band.
The dining hall (“the Grub”) is equipped with a professional kitchen and is designed so that we can deliver the Malvern College House Dining experience. Flexible seating and furniture allows the space to be used for different House Events.