Beacon Hill School
Beacon Hill School (BHS) is an ESF primary school.
Beacon Hill School was founded in 1967 and moved to its present location in 1968. The school occupies a well-equipped seven storey building and has classroom space to accommodate a three form entry. The school has a number of special purpose rooms that are state of the art; these include a fully equipped drama studio, music rooms, Learning Technologies room, art room and library.
Beacon Hill School staff is made up of dedicated professionals providing an all-round education of the very highest quality academically, creatively and socially ensuring that each child has the opportunity to reach their potential. The students come to us from many countries and this international mix adds a great deal to the atmosphere and the richness of the school experience. An active Parent Teacher Association and School Council support our school ensuring the school achieves its aims.
Beacon Hill School is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School authorised to implement the Primary Years Programme (PYP). We have single-subject teachers for Learning Technology, PE, Music and Mandarin. We encourage the development of creativity amongst our students and place a strong emphasis on the Arts. Our students also experience cutting-edge technology learning, such as virtual reality art creation, 3D printing or coding. We are well-resourced with 1:1 Chrome books for students in Years 3 to 6. We have a strong focus on language, both in the Mandarin and English literacy provision. We are an inclusive school with 21 students with more moderate special educational needs. These students are catered for within the mainstream classes with additional learning support teachers and Educational Assistants. We offer a range of programmes to depending on the needs of the students, such as a Perceptual Motor Programme, Social Thinking, Friends for Life, B2 – Social/Emotional tracking system, Fine Motor and individualised sensory programmes. Our SEN provision is world leading.
Mr. James Harrison
23 Ede Road
Zone: The west side of Nathan Road from Tsim Sha Tsui to Boundary Street excluding areas south-west of Cherry Street and Ferry Street (except The Hermitage), the area north of Boundary Street, including Kowloon Tong and Caldecott Road. Extending westward along the Lung Cheung Highway including Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun.