Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong is a new co-educational primary school in Aberdeen, Hong Kong. Drawing on over 120 years of premium British educational heritage, the school’s bi-cultural education focuses on fluency in English and Chinese, excellent numerical skills and the development of confidence and character through a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
Chinese is taught as a discrete subject in every year group, with a similar number of lessons allocated to Chinese, English and Mathematics each week. Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong's core curriculum is based on the National Curriculum for England and focuses on the subjects required by the Common Entrance Exam (UK).
How would you rate Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong (WASHK)?
Nicola, 23/01/2021 @ 03:29:57
Music & Arts
My children are now in the second year at Wycombe Abbey. The campus is in Tin Wan. The school is very new and a very cosy one. The teachers are full of energy and they know my children well. There is so much attention for each child. Academic wise, it is strong (Two students were given offer to Wycombe Abbey UK this year.) The Chinese language subject is not a side dish like other international schools; in fact, the teaching time for Chinese is similar to English language. I like the most is the Headmaster, I know my children are in good hands under his leadership. For those who are confused, the school runs from Year 1 to Year 8, which is local schools' K3 to Form 1.