Malvern College HK
Starting in September 2018 we provided chess chess instruction to Malvern College Hong Kong in its first year of operation in Hong Kong.
We are very glad to be partner of Malvern College HK for chess instruction because this school is very clear and serious about bringing chess to its students (see this SCMP article: Chess will be a co-curricular activity at Malvern College Hong Kong) and let them reap the various cognitive benefits associated with chess.
We will be teaching chess 5 days per week as after school activity, 3.00-4.00pm.
Our training focuses on bringing children, whom mostly haven't played chess in any tournament format before, comfortably to play in individual and team tournaments. All our students can join our once per month "End of Month" tournament which is a controlled competition in which players of equal strength play for medals and trophies and learn how to play with a chess clock and time their thinking.
Registration is to be done on this site directly after which we will share the registrations with Mr. Hall.
Schedule will be each weekday 3-4pm as follows:
Monday P2 - P3: 14th Sept, 21st Sept, 28th Sept, 05th Oct, 19th Oct, 02nd Nov, 09th Nov, 16th Nov, 23rd Nov (9 Sessions $2250 - Open to beginners with some knowledge)
Tuesday P4 - P6: 15th Sept, 22nd Sept, 29th Sept, 06th Oct, 20th Oct, 27th Oct, 03rd Nov, 10th Nov, 17th Nov, 24th Nov (10 Sessions $2500 - Open to beginners with some knowledge)
Wednesday P2 - P3: 16th Sept, 23rd Sept, 30th Sept, 07th Oct, 21st Oct, 28th Oct, 04th Nov, 11th Nov, 18th Nov, 25th Nov. (10 Sessions $2500 - Open to experienced, returning chess players)
Thursday P4 - P6: 17th Sept, 24th Sept, 08th Oct, 22nd Oct, 29th Oct, 05th Nov, 12th Nov, 19th Nov, 26th Nov (9 Sessions $2250 - Open to experienced, returning chess players)
Friday FY1 - Hundred: 18th Sep, 9th Oct, 23rd Oct, 6th Nov, 13th Nov, 20th Nov (6 Sessions $1500 - Open to experienced, returning chess players)
Upon registration we will provide you with the details of the Caissa online format for which we use Zoom (instruction) and Lichess (playing games and training).
As soon as the school decides the sessions will turn into classroom sessions.