Curriculum Details

Curriculum Planning

We design an integrated activity curriculum according to the Education Bureau’s “Preschool education Curriculum Guidelines” on curriculum development. The child-centered curriculum pursues a strategy of learning through play and covers a great variety of learning areas. It caters to children’s interest and development needs, and is designed to inspire their potentials and help them achieve balanced development in moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual aspects.

Bilingual classes focus on young children’s English reading, writing, listening, and oral expression abilities. Foreign teachers use diverse teaching methods to help children learn English naturally and joyfully. These methods include reading stories, playing games, engaging with music, physical activities, daily interactions, and teacher-student communication. The goal is to assist children in developing their English skills and preparing them for entry into primary school.

Listening Activities: Foreign English teachers guide young children through various activities, teaching them how to organize sentences and pronounce vocabulary correctly. This enhances students’ understanding of simple English words and grammar.

Speaking Activities: Foreign English teachers encourage children to engage in conversations using English. They create scenarios and use images to provide opportunities for oral practice, thereby building confidence in using the language.

Reading Activities: Foreign English teachers use stories to captivate young learners and enhance their reading abilities.

Writing Activities: Children are encouraged to describe picture content using English words and sentences, thereby improving their writing skills.

These activities aim to help children learn English naturally and joyfully, preparing them for a smooth transition to primary school.

Learning/Teaching Approach and Activities

With theme- and project-based teaching approaches integrating stories, we organize all-around scientific activities for children. We also arrange rhythmic gymnastics, fine arts activities, parent-guided reading and visits related to courses.

Assessment of Children’s Learning Experiences

Continuous assessment & observation are carried out in the daily activities and student learning data files are created; Assessment record sheets are distributed regularly and meetings with parents are held to understand children’s progress at home and school.

Support to Students

New Students Adaptive Weeks focus on children’s emotional expression and cater to students and families in need, helping them develop a love for the community culture; Professional teachers are available to provide counseling for students while taking into account their individual differences in learning.

Arrange interpretation/translation services.

Create an enriched language environment for mastery of the Chinese language.

Create an inclusive learning environment to facilitate students’ integration.

Support to students with special educational needs

Joining the Pilot Scheme on On-site Pre-school Rehabilitation Services.

Other Activities/Communication with Parents

We have a Parent Team and Parent Volunteer Team, and regularly organize Parents Seminars & Workshops, Parents Day, Parent-Child School Picnics, Reading Programs and Planting Activities to strengthen parent-school relationship and partnership.