The Harbour School is committed to promoting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in the education landscape in Hong Kong. 

Social Impact and Sustainability Program (SISP) is formulated as a structured educational framework, providing supplementary developmental activities to students based on the assigned initiatives guided by the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

During the first 3 months of the school year 2022/23, THS SISP connected with 30 organisations (20 of them are new connections) and launched 31 activities across all grade levels, addressing sustainability in both and green social initiatives. 

Since the official launch of SISP in August 2021, a total of 98 organisations were connected with 125 activities introduced to our students.

THS Sustainability Report

THS Social Impact and Sustainability Program: Successes & Celebrations
Rafi Cristobal, Director of Social Impact & Sustainability

Building on the Project Hope initiative which was recognised in last year’s UN SDG Achievement Awards, The Harbour School successfully launched the Social Impact and Sustainability Program (SISP) in August 2021. Read on to learn about SISP's recent achievements.

Project Hope: A Whole School Approach
Rafi Cristobal, Director of Social Impact & Sustainability

How do we foster our students’ sense of altruism, and care for the wider community, for our planet? What started as Project Hope in early 2019 by three THS teachers to improve the lives of others has grown into the Social Impact and Sustainability Program (SISP), a three-stage plan to grow awareness and opportunities for more students and teachers to volunteer and act for the future they want. 


THS was awarded a Merit Winner in the Green Council’s first Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Achievement Awards for our Project Hope initiative!