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Hong Kong Children School
Shenzhen Qianhai

MEET THE FOUNDING SCHOOL HEAD

As a new member of AISL Education Group, Harrow Hong Kong Children School Shenzhen Qianhai leverages the profound resources of the Group to provide students with a flagship education in Asia. "Enriched with Hong Kong characteristics, Empowered by innovation, Cultivating Greater Bay Area Pioneers" are the school’s mission, and it provides K-12 - kindergarten to senior high school Hong Kong curriculum with multiple DSE/IB pathways. Every student will become a bi-literate and trilingual talent, proficient in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. Students can better understand and integrate into the multiculturalism of the Greater Bay Area to broaden their horizons and knowledge.

Dr John Tan, incoming Founding School Head of Harrow Hong Kong Children School Shenzhen Qianhai, who was also School Head of  Band 1 elite schools in Hong Kong including Wah Yan College Kowloon and Pan Yu Association Wah Yan School, will welcome you to this online session offered in Cantonese and Mandarin. The session will illustrate all the incredible opportunities students can take advantage in and outside the classroom. You will also have the chance to ask individual questions.

Register now and explore the unique educational experience of Harrow Hong Kong Children School Shenzhen Qianhai!

Dr John Tan, Founding School Head
Harrow Hong Kong Children School Shenzhen Qianhai

  • Over 30 years of experience in leading quality education in Hong Kong. He held headmaster positions in several schools in Hong Kong including elite schools such as Wah Yan College Kowloon and Pan Yu Association Wah Yan School.
  • Advisory Committee of Hong Kong Examination Assessment Authority on Public Examinations (HKCEE, HKALE and HKDSE)
  • In 2006, Dr Tan joined the Education Bureau as Chief Curriculum Development Officer (General Education/Cross-Curriculum Learning), responsible for the implementation of general education courses in Hong Kong. He was known as the "Father of General education” as a result of his enormous contribution in the development.
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