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Alex Larmour, Reception Class photo 1987

We're delighted to welcome back OK Alex Larmour, the School's first Psychology teacher. It's been a few years since he was here, with stops in the UK,… More...

Emma and her spiky friend

When Emma was younger, she dreamed of a career on stage as a ballet dancer, but after achieving her goal she pirouetted to a completely different path… More...

Eliie and Cruz today

Even at primary school it was clear that sisters Ellie and Cruzanne Macalister had a passion for language. The duo now run a creative copywriting agen… More...

A full breakdown of our A-level and GCSE results, as well as university destinations for 2019-20. Another incredible set of results and exciting futur… More...

Edward during his school days

Edward Bunker, a long-term Hongkonger and reiki expert, has a condition that limits the use of his right side, but he's never let his condition hold h… More...

Tom Charlton, June 2020

As Chief Resident at a London NHS Trust, OK Tom saw firsthand how coronavirus threatened to overwhelm the UK. He tells us what life has been like - an… More...

Jonas Joubert takes to the skies

Jonas Joubert (Class of 2015) has wanted to be a pilot since he was a child. As a cadet for Cathay Dragon, he's fulfilling his dream - and can't wait … More...

Matt Cole, now and then!

When Matt Cole thinks back to his days at Kellett, he remembers a school that encouraged a love for the arts and helped him developed confidence for l… More...

Daniel on the water

This summer, OK Dan will test his limits by swimming the icy waters of the English Channel without a wet suit. Why? To raise money for a marine enviro… More...

Blair (third from left) at a Karana food testing

Blair (1989-96) is the co-founder of Karana, a new food company with huge plans to disrupt the food industry. Find out how he plans to convert Asia's … More...

Former Kellett teacher Caroline Allams

With so many primary school students around the world online as campuses remain closed, Caroline Allams's (OK 1999-2004) new online platform Natterhub… More...

Alex Cribbin today.

Alex Cribbin left Kellett in 1999: now pushing the boundaries of 5G at Ericsson, we caught up with him to discuss sailing, Sweden and the Sevens! More...

Laura Lam

Laura Lam Moralee swapped her high-flying legal career to work with toddlers here in Hong Kong - find out why it was the best decision she's ever made… More...

Emily Brock

Got questions about going to university in the UK or thinking about entering the world of finance? Emily Brock is one of our younger OKs and is happy … More...

Lucy in her royal attire (back right)

You may remember that Lucy Mann (Class of 2018) won an internship to join the Royal Household; read on to find out more about her exciting six months… More...

Former Kellett teacher Evelyn Bookless has won the 2019 Northern Lights Book Award for Best Nature/Environment children's book! Find out how she's eng… More...

Jessica Ng in her Kellett uniform

Jessica Ng (OK 1985 -88) was a student at our school back in the 1980s; now one of Hong Kong's best-known media names, find out how she defines succes… More...

Sarah exploring the great outdoors

When it comes to understanding third culture kids, who better than a third culture teacher! Sarah Marshall grew up in Hong Kong and is now a KLB Prep … More...

Guy, 2019

Guy Aglionby left Kellett in Year 8; fast-forward a decade and he's a PhD student at Cambridge, programming computers to read text, hear speech and in… More...

Karen Manville

Karen Manville (Ok 1978-1985), a lecturer at The London College of Fashion, tells us about her life after Kellett - and why fashion is about so much m… More...

Shevaun at school

Sending your child off to school is always memorable, but when you were once a student there too, it's doubly special, as Shevaun Leech explains. More...

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