History of JCSRS

Jockey Club Sarah Roe School was established in 1986 with six students.  It is named after a local Occupational Therapist, who was instrumental in setting up special educational needs provision for English speakers in Hong Kong.  Funding for the current building was provided by the Hong Kong Jockey Club and the founding Head Teacher was Mike Doherty, who remained at JCSRS until 2008.


JCSRS in 1986 with founding Head Teacher Mike Doherty


JCSRS in 2017 with Principal Karin Wetselaar


Ms. Sarah Roe with JCSRS students Andrea Chow and Sean Browne


Sean and Andrea all grown up on a visit to the school in 2017


Opening Ceremony of current building 1996 officiated by (left to right) Mr. Mike Doherty JCSRS Head Teacher, Mr. Jal Shroff ESF Chairman, Mr. Lawrence Wong CEO of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and Ms. Jennifer Wisker ESF CEO.