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What does a child gain by attending Kindergarten?

Kindergarten is a great option for early childhood education. Flexible sessions are available for children aged 2-5 years old, with a strong emphasis on quality education. Children aged 3-3 years can receive 20 hours of free care.
The kindergarten can offer morning, afternoon or 6-hour sessions. Children may be enrolled up to five times per week during school terms.

The kindergarten philosophy is based on quality experiences and enriching learning opportunities.

Kindergarten teachers assist children in learning during a time when their brains develop at a rapid pace. What qualifications do educators have to help children learn?

Hong Kong kindergarten provides high quality education through the use of 100 percent qualified teachers. They encourage lifelong learning and invest into the future of our children.

All our teachers are licensed and protected by the same legislation that applies to teachers in schools. They must be qualified by the Teacher Council and have the same practising certificate standards as qualified school teachers.

The teachers are supported by in-house leadership groups of ‘expert educators’ who have deep knowledge of curriculum, assessment, learning outcomes and other aspects.

These educators are leaders

Facilitate professional development by supporting teachers and teaching groups in their practice
As a team, combine your knowledge, strengths, expertise, and skills to help you complete the curriculum.
Collaboration is key, as you share learning spaces indoors and out, and facilitate, contribute and coordinate children’s learning experiences.

What does the kindergarten program mean for children’s education?

Kindergarten partners are all children. Every child can benefit from our diverse knowledge, skills, interests, and experiences.

Everything we do relies on the early childhood curriculum. This curriculum is inclusive and respects all children.

The curriculum for kindergartens is also shaped by inquiry learning. Children can choose the pace, place and focus of their learning.

Children can be 21st century learners in our environments. We offer a range learning spaces, technologies and learning methods to help them engage with the curriculum. The curriculum is covered by all the essential areas, such as science, mathematics, and the arts.

Our teachers review their teaching practices regularly and make adjustments to improve children’s learning. The evidence that works in your area and elsewhere is what guides our teaching practices.

What facilities do kindergartens offer?

Kindergarten is a leader in the development of flexible indoor and outdoors spaces that offer diverse learning experiences for children. Our purpose-built learning environments help children learn individually, with friends, and in groups.

Through wide-ranging experiences in and out of the kindergarten, we help children grow and deepen their understanding.

Natural materials are used to enhance learning in our environments. We use technology to improve learning and support teaching.