Kowloon Junior School

Founded : 1902

Age range : 5 to 11

Number of students : 900

Curriculum : IB Primary Years Programme

At KJS, our learning environments are designed to support our learners and help ignite their passions. Within our year group areas and dedicated Chinese area, the shared spaces ensure opportunities for true collaboration between students and teachers. Learning is further supported by access to a very spacious, light and airy library which houses a wide variety of books and resources. The dance studio, music suite, specialist creative arts area and multi-media room support students to express themselves in a wide variety of ways. Our gymnasium and diverse outdoor spaces, including an outdoor classroom designed by students, are used for a wide variety of sports and recreation. The sustainable action by students of designing learning spaces at KJS includes further development of outdoor garden spaces (“Secret Gardens”) to enhance student wellbeing. Our large hall and stage with professional light and sound, ensures our whole school community can enjoy a wide range of celebratory events.

The school’s Vision of ‘Success for Every Child’ permeates all levels of the school. Success at KJS is defined as Achieving, having Agency (the capacity to act intentionally, having voice, choice and ownership of learning), showing Respect (for self, others and the environment), taking advantage of Opportunities and having positive Wellbeing, we call these the AAROWs of Success at KJS!

Neill O’Reilly
Principal

Address: 20 Perth Street, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3765 8700
Fax: +852 3765 8701
E-mail: office@kjs.edu.hk
Website: www.kjs.edu.hk

Zone 

Areas south-west of Cherry Street and Ferry Street, the east side of Nathan Road to Boundary Street (excluding The Hermitage which is Beacon Hill School), including Yau Yat Chuen, then eastwards to the Choi Hung interchange. Areas south of Clearwater Bay Road, including Diamond Hill, Kowloon Bay, Telford Gardens, Ma Wan, Tung Chung and Laguna City, but excluding Tseung Kwan O.