Mrs. Gloria Chan is currently the Consulting Principal of Kau Yan School (Primary). With her extended administrative experience in school, she has put considerable effort into the innovative and engaging school-based curriculum development and professional development of the school. She has frequently been invited by local universities to provide training for serving and aspiring principals and vice-principals; and by various local and overseas schools to take part in educational exchanges and experience sharing. She has trained hundreds of principals and teachers on education initiatives and school changes. She is also the appointed Advisory Board Member of various tertiary institutions and organizations such as HKU, CUHK, Jockey Club, Heifer HK. Time and again, Mrs. Chan has led groups of teaching staff on educational visits to Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Japan and Australia, bringing back learner-centred educational concepts and beliefs for teachers’ professional development and issues to reflect on. As a consequence, a series of positive and effective changes based on the context of the school, have been implemented to improve the quality of learning and teaching, promoting creativity in student learning and implementing ‘whole-person’ education. Mrs. Chan has initiated, designed and supervised some major school improvement projects such as setting up an innovative Learning Centre, an Integrative Arts Centre, and all classrooms have been renovated in order to complement curriculum development and to meet the increasingly complex needs of learning and teaching. In recent years, Mrs. Chan has been frequently invited by the mass media to share her views on educational issues and her passion for promoting children’s well-being and creativity. The school has actively enacted policies and measures to ensure that the positivity, health and well-being of our present and future generations of students. Professors and researchers of HKU, CUHK, Lee Hysan Foundation members, the HKJC Charity Trust members, numerous secondary, primary schools and kindergartens from HK and the Mainland have visited the school with very positive feedback on the school culture and students’ attitudes and abilities.