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An amazing speaker can be life-changing, inspiring an audience of young people to do great things. Kellett School’s curriculum enhancement fund K² (K Squared) supercharges the education and learning experiences of our students beyond the limits of the School’s operational budgets. 

Kellett staff with great ideas on how to boost the students’ education can access the fund by submitting bids which are assessed by Heads of School and representatives of the Foundation Board. 

We very much hope you will support K² to help us go beyond and give Kellett students a truly exceptional school experience.

Kellett Fair

This event would not have been possible without your involvement! Thanks to the herculean efforts of our Parents' Committee, an army of volunteers and the generosity of our community, the Fair raised HK$800k for K², to supercharge our student’s learning. Wonderfully, this means we can go ahead with three exciting projects; a musician-in-residence, an artist-in-residence and a vegetable patch on the SkyPitch. Thank you for making these possible!

Fair Photos

KLB Community Garden at the Spring Fair.

 Audience enjoying the Performance Stage

Artist-In-Residence Stand at the Spring Fair

K² Upcoming Projects

KLB Community Garden

Hear from our senior students and Hayley Wilson, Deputy Head of Senior School [Pastoral & Community] on reasons why they need this community garden and what they hope to achieve with this space. 


Hear from Will Payne, Director of Expressive Arts as he shares how Lin Marsh, Choral Director and Composer will work with students to develop music and singing across the whole school. 


Hear from our students, and art teachers Magi Chen and Claire Lau as they share what makes this opportunity so special and how you can help make it happen. 

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Doug Allan A Life Behind the Lens

K² and the Kellett Science Department present an evening with award winning wildlife photographer Doug Allan. In this exciting talk, Doug Allan talks about marine biology, diving and filming some of the world’s most charismatic animals, and how climate change is affecting the planet. With over 40 years' first-hand experience of the Poles, he has witnessed first-hand the effects of the changing sea ice on the populations of animals north and south. Learn more here. 

Artists In Residence

Kellett School has been incredibly fortunate to have not one but two artists-in-residence Eleanor McColl & Elena Klimova in 2022-23, as we seek to refresh the artwork around our campus’, particularly in Kowloon Bay in the run up to the building’s 10th anniversary. Find out more on Eleanor & Elena 

 Thanks to parental donations to curriculum enhancement fund K² our students have witnessed both artists at work on campus, participated in workshops and contributed to exciting large scale art installations.

The artworks are placed at the entrance to Prep and Senior and in the British Room!

PFL Allotment

We were fortunate to receive a K² donation earmarked for wellbeing initiatives in each school. PFL requested to use their funds to create a rooftop allotment. Planters have been installed and it is hoped that in time produce can be sold to staff and parents. There is also a hydroponic tower which is linked to Year 5 Science lessons in their 'Feed Me Now' topic. The garden is being maintained by the parent volunteers with help from the school gardening team.

RI Science Show

Thanks to K², the return of the Royal Institution Science Shows to Kellett School on Thursday 16 March 2023. We have a longstanding partnership with the UK’s leading science institution, renowned for their annual Christmas Lecture, an engaging and interactive science show for children and adults alike.

In March 2023, the return of our annual Science Show, hosted by the Royal Institution in London. In a hybrid show, which saw host Matt Parker zoom in from London, teachers and students took to the stage to complete lots of exciting experiments to uncover "The Hidden World of Maths". Click the video for highlights from the show!

Coral Project

A new coral system in the Senior School continues to mature, with the biodiversity developing and new microscopic organisms establishing themselves. The first corals, fish and invertebrates have been added to the tank, adding to six existing species of coral, three species of fish, and a number of snails, crabs and shrimp. Via an ECA students are focussing on honing their husbandry (water chemistry and tank maintenance) to ensure ideal conditions for the addition of more challenging corals.

KLB Prep Reception Play Area

The new indoor garden area in Kellett school Kowloon Bay Prep is in place and proving enormously popular with the Reception children and creating a lively atmosphere in the Atrium. 

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