• 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 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