In 2019, HKSF spoke to over 11,000 students at over 45 schools and successfully expanded their Shark Ambassador Program to further shark conservation awareness. Despite the Covid-19 challenges of 2020, 2021 is proving to be a more hopeful and positive year with over 6,700 students participating in our shark education talks as of June.

JOIN THE SHARK AMBASSADOR EDUCATION PROGRAM HERE – The Shark Ambassador education program is a student-driven initiative that enables motivated students here in Hong Kong to become a vital part of the shark conservation movement. Not only do Ambassadors get the satisfaction of knowing they are making a difference for sharks everywhere, they also are able to develop their leadership, communication, and presentation abilities in a formal manner that looks great on a university application or even on a CV. The Shark Ambassador Program puts the students in charge, building their leadership capacity and responsibility while creating real change.

If you are interested in sponsoring HKSF’s Shark Ambassador education program or having HKSF come out to speak to your school about shark and ocean conservation, please reach out to Thank you!


Education Events

World Ocean Day Summit

Please support this Youth Ocean Alliance event that I am speaking at tomorrow Friday August 13 from 5 – 9 pm. In person seats are sold out but the good news is you can attend it online now. Click here!  

ESF Quarry Bay School shark conservation Zoom

720 primary students from ESF Quarry Bay School said NO to shark 🦈 fin soup yesterday afternoon after a very fun and informative Zoom teaching session.  Special thanks to Ceri and Cerys for inviting our Executive Director Andrea Richey of 香港護鯊會to speak and for being so compassionate about the planet and sharks 🦈

Creative Secondary School Shark Conservation Talk

  Thank you to Creative Secondary School for inviting Hong Kong Shark Foundation to speak to 140 students about saving sharks and how they can give back and get involved in our popular Shark Ambassador education program. Best news is, this new school makes us speaking to almost 7000 students in 2021! Check out how…

Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong Shark Conservation Talk

  Teaching about the importance of sharks 🦈 and planting those seeds of change at schools in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 is what drives me and fuels my passion. And today teaching over 200 bright and engaged students at a great school like Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong makes me feel that there is HOPE for…

Lutheran Academy Shark Conservation Zoom talk

    Education is the key to change and this week we loved teaching and planting the seeds of change at 宏信書院 Lutheran Academy. 100 students and teachers took part in our zoom teaching session on “Sharing the Planet ” which focused on the global shark fin crisis and how students can make a difference…

American International School Year 8’s Maritime Podcast

      Kids just get it! fter giving one of our popular Hong Kong Shark Foundation shark conservation talks to several hundred students at American International School of Hong Kong, three outstanding Grade 8 students 13-4 y o – Christina, Jessica and Ken – interviewed our own Andrea Richey for their NEW “Maritime Podcast”…

Year 6 Student’s Shark Podcast.

Well done Year 6 students (10 y o) Maddie, Lily and Charlie who made this informative shark podcast to help raise awareness about the current plight of sharks. These exceptionally bright kids are from ESF Peak School and heard our ED Andrea Richey give a shark conservation talk at the English Schools Foundation 英基學校協會 “Agents…

Shark conservation talk at TWGH MYYS Memorial College.

  Wonderful zoom talk about ocean and shark conservation with 240 15-16 y o students from TWGH MYYS Memorial College. Hong Kong Shark Foundation 香港護鯊會is looking forward to starting a shark ambassador leadership group in the school next year!

Support from American International School

  Let me say a HUGE THANKS to American International School of Hong Kongfor their kind support and commitment by students and staff to help raise awareness about shark conservation and to educate their students to say NO to shark fin soup and all products. I was honoured to be invited again to this time…

Sharks Teach Conservation at HKIS!

Extremely honored for Hong Kong Shark Foundation 香港護鯊會 to be chosen by experiential education experts The Hutong to be 1 of only 5 charities teaching 155 Grade 6, 7 & 8 students at Hong Kong International School this week. Our student design challenge to raise awareness about shark conservation was a fantastic success. The creativity and compassion that…

HKSF Speaks at “Listen To The Kids Festival”

       “Listen To The Kids Festival” celebrates young climate activists and builds a network to share skills and resources. Hong Kong Shark Foundation 香港護鯊會 spoke at the event so that kids could learn more about how to save sharks and get involved in the conservation movement.

HKSF Speaks at Malvern College

    Great to be back after the long Easter 🐣 break zoom teaching over 100 kids today at Malvern Primary in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 ! Wonderful enthusiasm! Thank you to the delightful Ms Sophia for setting up this opportunity for six and seven-year-olds to learn about how they can save sharks 🦈 that are…

HKSF Zoom Teaches 750 Kids in 2021

Latest updates of HKSF’s Shark Ambassador Education Program   Another milestone was reached this week in Hong Kong Shark Foundation’s mission to raise awareness about shark conservation through education. This week we zoom taught 750 primary school students from an amazing, eco-friendly and switched on school in Hong Kong called Kennedy School. The teachers at…

NAEE UK Publishes HKSF’s Shark Education Work in 2020

Pretty honoured to have our shark conservation article about the important education work we do in Hong Kong be published in the UK’s National Association for Environmental Education UK (NAEE UK) special marine issue of the journal. Full edition of the journal coming out in a few weeks, but for now here is a preview…

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