We particularly focus on young children’s learning processes during the activities rather than the outcomes. “Playing” serves an important part in young children’s growth and learning, and our teachers incorporate games into their teaching. Opportunities are thus created for children to express themselves, enjoy the fun of learning and freely unleash their creativity.
Our classes are taught in the mother tongue. English and Putonghua are gradually introduced to young children through games after the age of four. We are aware of the society’s needs for bilingual and trilingual communication.
Medium of instruction (Reading & Writing): Chinese, English
Medium of instruction (Listening & Speaking): Cantonese, Putonghua, English
Through systematic and diversified teaching materials and activities, English teachers can effectively stimulate children’s learning motivation, cultivate their interest in learning English in a relaxed and natural environment, and enhance their listening, speaking, reading and writing abilities. Putonghua teachers also integrate children’s favourite music, rhythm, dance, singing and other elements into Putonghua teaching, so as to achieve the quality educational impact.
Here we provide an enjoyable learning experience through story-telling, games, group discussions, daily examples and role-play.
Free Choice Learning Session
During these group sessions, young children can choose to join exploration, observation and learning activities based on their interests, abilities and needs. These activities strengthen their skills and raise their interests in learning.
Group Learning Session
We offer a myriad of learning activities, including experiments, story-telling, music, games, news sharing, visits etc. Functions are carried out to cultivate young children’s interests towards different things, stimulate their thinking and expand their horizons. All of these activities are effective ways to enhance children’s learning.
We carry out various computer activities on the EVI online learning platform, equip the children with the skills of using information technology such as downloading and uploading resources from the internet; sending and searching for information on different websites. All of these techniques are crucial for the life-long learning of our children.