• To provide an authentic and language-rich environment for pupils to develop their motivation, interest and confidence in learning.
  • To enhance pupils four language skills through well-planned scaffolding tasks in the English curriculum.
  • To cater for learner diversity by developing a wide range of learning tasks and activities, and employing appropriate teaching strategies.
  • To enhance teaching and learning through facilitating teachers’ continuing professional development.
  • To foster self-learning and lifelong learning ability through diversification of activities.
  • Hello everyone!

    My name is Miss Empson. I’m still very new to the school, but staff and students have all made me feel very welcome, and I’m very happy to be working for S.K.H. Kei Lok Primary School.

    To explain my background a little, I’m originally from the UK. I was born near Cambridge, but I’ve moved around quite a bit since then. I majored in languages at university, so at age nineteen I went overseas, first to Germany and then later to France.

    After I graduated, I moved again, to Shanghai, where I worked as a teacher for three years. I taught a lot of different classes there, everything from nursery English to high school exam preparation, but I specialised in early reading and remedial grammar courses. I also helped to design course materials for nursery and primary school students.

    I arrived in Hong Kong in September 2011 and spent a year working in Shek Kip Mei, setting up a new reading and writing programme. Since starting work here at S.K.H. Kei Lok Primary School, I’m already busy finding new ways to help students extend and develop their English.

    I' m very much looking forward to the year ahead.

    Miss Empson

  • My name is Miss Joy.

     I am a girl with many interests, which include running, rugby, singing, dancing and acting. However, my main passion is to influence and make a change in people’s lives, and what better place to start than a school in which children are the most absorbent and molded by the people in their environment. 

    I have a bachelor’s in physics and a master’s in modern Asian studies. The switch in the field of my studies reflect a change of my passion and my calling to the study of the humanities as I discovered that I have a natural curiosity for people around me rather than atomic particles.


  •  In the end, I believe in seeing the best in people, no matter how their habits, manners, or even their opinions may seem off-putting to me. I make it my aim to do unto others as I would want others to unto me. As John the Apostle said, 
    “We love each other because he loved us first.”      

    1 John 4:19 (New Living Translation)


     Jemima Joy Gbadago