School Mission and Mission

  • To provide a safe, caring and supportive environment in which children are able to – with the caretaking and guidance of a professional staff - establish concept of self, self-esteem and learn to appreciate and accept oneself and others.
  • To provide a diverse, creative and challenging curriculum that helps children develop socially, intellectually, physically, emotionally, aesthetically and creatively.
  • To provide a balanced diet, cultivate good daily habits and self-care skills, and facilitate the healthy growth of children.
  • To prepare children for their transition to primary school life.
  • To help parents solve issues regarding education and childcare and allow them to go to work with a peace of mind; to provide parental education for parents and collaboratively strive for the development of children.

Our Curriculum

The centre's curriculum is collaboratively planned and prepared by experienced teachers, along with cross-professionals such as educational psychologist, speech therapist, occupational therapist, physiotherapist. Combined with school-based curriculum features and taking into account the interests and development of children, the curriculum provides them with a balanced, comprehensive and spiral-styled learning activities. The curriculum emphasizes the individuality, autonomy and spontaneity of children, encouraging them to learn from games and establish a basic ability to learn.

Infant Section Programmes

Through sensory exploration – visual, auditory, tactile, vestibular balance, joint motion, taste and smell – allow children to establish their abilities to analyse, perceive, recognise and learn, along with the development of the brain.

The kindergarten's environmental design and teaching materials are tailored to the experiences and safety of children, and regularly updated to increase the initiative, concentration and challenge required to take part.

Sensory Integration Programme
Social & Emotional Development
Nursery Section Programmes

Whole-language instruction is adopted and storybooks are widely used to help establish the listening, speaking, reading and writing abilities of children in both Chinese and English.

Using Montessori teaching methods to help children establish independence and live autonomous lives. Help children develop holistically: coordination, intellectual development, emotional cultivation, emphasis on aesthetics, serving others, and coexisting harmoniously with nature and others.

Whole-language InstructionChildren's ProjectsEmotional Development
'Leap!' Body Education ProrgrammePerceptual Motor ProgrammeLife Skills Training
Arts EducationLanguage Enrichment ProgrammeScouts

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