[Sponsored article] The Covid-19 pandemic has proved that learning does not need to be confined to classrooms and limited to textbooks. However, even before the outbreak of the coronavirus disease, Covid-19, schools – particularly the Korean International School (KIS), in Sai Wan Ho, on Hong Kong Island, which offers a through-train British curriculum, English medium education from reception (aged four to five) to sixth form (Years 12 and 13) – have already been adopting unorthodox but highly…