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HKCA Po Leung Kuk School

HKCA Po Leung Kuk School

62 Tin Hau Temple Road, Hong Kong, SAR, China

+852 3465 8400



HKCA Po Leung Kuk School
School type Co-educational Day Preparatory & Nursery
Status Private
Principal Mr Perry Tkachuk
Language of Instruction English, Putonghua
Co-ed Age Range 3-12 years
Annual Tuition fee (Kindergarten) HK$86,200
Annual Tuition fee (Primary) HK$115,600
Authorised IB Programmes IBPYP
PYP Coordinator Ms Rose Hopewell-Fong
Associations IB

HKCA Po Leung Kuk School, established in 2017, is a non-profit school offering a high-quality education to local and non-local resident children aged 3-12. The school, located at 62 Tin Hau Temple Road, is a beautiful, small campus surrounded by trees and conveniently located to several means of public transport.

We believe your child will love learning at our school. We understand that children come to us with their own learning styles, strengths and challenges. We acknowledge and celebrate that children have unique values, knowledge and life experiences. By recognising each child as an individual, we can help them develop a love of learning within our strong culture of collaboration, mutual respect, support and problem-solving that involves the whole school community.

At HKCA Po Leung Kuk School, each child's personal learning journey includes support designed to build confidence and encourage lifelong learning. Individual interests, strengths and abilities are nurtured in an environment where children have voice, choice and ownership in their learning - a hallmark of the PYP programme. We are committed to offering an excellent education for children ages 3-12 that challenges them to reach their potential socially, emotionally, academically and physically while having fun along the way!

Our Vision:

Our students will become creative, critical thinkers who are internationally minded lifelong learners.

Our Mission:

  • Provide a transdisciplinary, challenging learning environment in a happy, safe and caring school
  • Develop our students' confidence and desire to inquire, in order to expand their knowledge, skills and understanding
  • Nurture individual interests, strengths and abilities
  • Foster an inclusive language atmosphere where English, Chinese and other mother-tongue languages are valued and respected.