Kowloon Junior School Library, Hong Kong

Kowloon Junior School is a large 5 form entry Primary with 900 students from Year 1 to Year 6. Kowloon Junior School is part of ESF but was originally founded in 1902 as the Kowloon British School catering exclusively for expatriate children. The school was renamed Kowloon Junior School when it moved to a new building in Perth Street in 1950. Today KJS serves a broad and culturally diverse community with students from more than 25 countries including a high proportion of Hong Kong permanent residents.. One of the main strengths of the school is undoubtedly its long-standing and highly supportive community, with generations of the same families passing through its doors.
This new campus has been designed to cater for the needs of 21st century learners and incorporates everything students, teachers and parents could wish for from a primary school – and more.

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