Our school aims to provide Quality Kindergarten Education. The principle of “STAR”, which is the meticulous curriculum, is designed for children to diversify their potentiality through free play, picture story book, Japanese Amazing Blocks and Integrated Creative Arts Curriculum. We do maintain “Whole Person Education” for children to learn “Self directed”, “Talent”, “Authentic Happiness” and “Resilience”. We also strive to foster children’s learning motivation, communication ability, sense of commitment as well as the creativity, and hence to develop their rock of lifelong learning.
We make great effort to arouse children’s interest towards Biliteracy and Trilingualism. Apart from using mother tongue as the medium of instruction, we also have English native teachers and Putonghua teachers to teach children’s English and Putonghua respectively. With the diversified learning activities and various teaching approaches, we build a strong language foundation for children at an early age.
We adopt Picture Book Scheme to enhance children’s language proficiency, creative mindset and also the Nine Generic Skills including collaboration skills, communication skills, creativity, critical thinking skills, computation skills, calculation skills, problem-solving skills, self-management skills and study skills.
For the sake of exerting children’s creative potentiality, we make use of a comprehensive integrated creative arts approach and put artistic elements such as music, visual arts and dance into the Picture Book Scheme.
We provide innovative Japanese Building Block curriculum which allows our children to explore the principle of gears and utilize the materials to build various object, and hence to enhance children’s development of mathematical reasoning and creativity. The Japanese Building Block is more challenging than ordinary building blocks as it can be built in various combinations. Children’s fine motor skills and their hand-eye coordination can also be trained and improved during the process.
We introduce different models of intelligent robot which allow children to learn within educational technology games. It enhances their interest in learning and attracts them to absorb knowledge in different aspects.
Drama elements are intergrated into our school curriculum to enrich the courses and increase children’s motivation to learn, with the aim of creating a seld-directed and joyful learning environment.
We aim to enhance students’ creativity and allow them to explore the diversity of different materials through free play. Children can create ways to play and have fun times with their peers.
We are committed to promoting environmental education and fostering children’s sense of caring the society. With a view to encouraging green life, different greening school projects and various green education programmes are held regularly, thereby increasing the environmental awareness of children at an early age.
To cultivate children’s decent values, learning attitude, spirit of caring, as well as to provide an enjoyable group living atmosphere, we adopt service-learning approach that combines learning objectives with community service or visit, children’s interest and daily routine in order to provide them with an authentic learning experience.
The English enhancement course, which is taught by our school NET teacher, is scheduled to develop students’ interests in learning English. We aim to provide a relaxing learning environment for children to learn English through games, rhymes, phonics and audio pen.
The Putonghua enhancement course, which is taught by our school Putonghua teacher, is scheduled to develop students’ interests in learning Putonghua. We provide a joyful learning environment for children to learn Putonghua through rhymes, games, Pinyin and audio pen.
Diversified extra-curricular activities are offered to provide a wide range of learning opportunities for children, with a view to excerpting their potentiality, building self-confidence and cultivating the spirit of cooperation, thereby establishing the healthy and positive life values under the “One Sports/Arts in Life” scheme.