Student Induction Day
On Monday the 23rd of August, we will be holding Student Induction Events which are designed to bring staff, students, and parents together and to help put new students at ease for when they join us later that week. Individual appointments will be sent to parents.
Students will meet their class teacher and other staff, and be taken to their classroom for orientation and welcome activities. There will be a presentation from key staff to parents, and refreshments will be provided. Parents will also receive a printed copy of the Parent Handbook.
The Induction Day is a great opportunity for staff, parents, and pupils to get to know each other better and to learn more about the school and the education we will be offering, and we look forward to seeing you there.
Please note, attendance is limited to the student and two parents by appointment only and will be subject to strict COVID-19 safety measures.
Academic Open Day
We invite you to find out more about our school at our Academic Open Day.
ECA Open Day at Oxbridge School
Come and join in the fun and learning at our ECA Open Day on Saturday 24th April between 10:00am and 2:00pm. Please register in advance.
First Annual Family Bike Ride in aid of Make-A-Wish Hong Kong
Keep active and support a good cause! Our first annual Oxbridge School cycle ride will take place on April 18th. Please register here.
Why It Matters
In every life-changing Wish for children with critical illnesses and their families, there are hopes as they start to long for something to happen and make a difference; there is happiness when they find their wishes are realized; there are always what goes beyond our imagination.
The Wish impact on children with critical illnesses and their families has been recognized by healthcare professionals. By having Wish and medical treatment supplementing and complementing one another, a Make-A-Wish experience can encourage Wish Children to stay positive in the treatment and embrace the challenges arising from illnesses. To children’s families as a whole, a Wish can help replace fear and stress with hope and optimism. The earlier the children take part in the Wish Journey, the earlier they can enjoy the positive outcomes of the process.
Make-A-Wish Hong Kong was registered in Hong Kong as a charity (registration number: 91/5366) in 1998 and became a member of Make-A-Wish Foundation International, the world’s largest wish-granting organization with 39 affiliates serving over 50 countries and territories nowadays. Collectively we have realized more than 500,000 wishes worldwide since 1980.
Its mission is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses aged between 3 and 17, in Hong Kong and Macau, to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.
A wish creates an opportunity for hope and the ability to experience life beyond illness. Serving as a supplement to medical treatment and complement one another as acknowledged by healthcare professionals, we believe that a Wish Journey – through which a child articulates, refines, and realizes his/her wish – will bring a transformative impact not just to the child concerned, but also to the child’s family as they tackle some of their most difficult trials in life. To date, Make-A-Wish Hong Kong has transformed over 2,000 children’s lives. Make-A-Wish is dedicated to making every eligible child’s wish come true.
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We welcome our Principal and also mark the successful opening of Oxbridge School with a Celebration Dinner at the Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong on the evening of Saturday 20th March 2020.
We will be delighted to welcome friends, supporters, and staff to this Celebration, and our invited VIPs include representatives from the British Consulate, Officials, Business Leaders, and Education professionals.
Virtual Meet and Greet
Join Oxbridge School for a virtual "Meet and Greet" on Thursday 18 February 2021. Prospective parents can find out more about this "intelligently British" primary school and have an opportunity to hear from the Principal, Mr John Shooter.
Fees are HK$128,000 per academic year with no debenture or capital levy. Deliberately small class sizes of no more than 15 students.
Contact us to register for this event!
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Oxbridge School provides a bespoke, ambitious and challenging education for children from Year 1 to Year 6 where class sizes will never exceed 15 students and each child will be individually known by the whole school community.
Based upon the internationally renowned National Curriculum of England and Wales and taught in the nurturing and personalised environment of our small and selective school.