Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Each class will have a maximum of 25 students.
  2. We plan to start with one class per grade. In the event we are oversubscribed for a particular year, we will consider opening up another class.
  3. Invictus started the hiring process for teachers and staff many months ago in anticipation of the opening of our new school. We are currently on track and with 90% of the teaching and support staff in place. We have a great selection of teachers from around the world. They have received their education from an English-speaking university and have years of teaching experience. Most teachers have been teaching in an international school prior to joining Invictus. Our principal, Mr Lee Harvey comes from the UK with many years of experience teaching and leading international schools around the world.
  4. Invictus offers a full learning curriculum and provides the infrastructure and facilities to educate our children with the best possible tools. Our campus consists of two fully equipped labs, a library, an art class, plus many specialist rooms. ICT is used in all classrooms and across the curriculum.
  5. The school was granted its Certificate of Provisional Registration on 30th November 2020 by the Education Bureau.
  6. Due to the low demand currently, Invictus is unable to offer any school bus services. However, the school might look into providing such services if there is sufficient demand in the future
  7. Unfortunately, we do not have facilities to prepare food on campus. Students are required to bring two snacks and a water bottle every day. For lunch, you can either pack a lunch from home or order food to be delivered to the school from The New Luncher. The New Luncher provides healthy lunches crafted by a Michelin starred Chef with Western, Asian and Vegetarian options. To get more information and to order online, visit
  8. Yes, we have a school uniform, which children are required to wear. It consists of a navy-blue polo with the school crest, grey shorts or skirt with the school’s name. Children are required to wear closed-toed shoes always. Flip-flops, Crocs and sandals are not acceptable. Black tennis shoes with white socks are preferred and required on photo days and official school events.
  9. We will offer a range of extracurricular activities that will include academic, social and physical clubs.
  10. The list of ECAs will be made available on the opening of the campus.
  11. There will be opportunities to learn other languages through direct teaching i.e French, this will increase as the school grows. In addition, self-study time can be used to steady languages not directly taught by staff but supported with on-line programs.
  12. Please refer to our Fee Structure page here for more information.

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