Curriculum Features

Objectives

  • Emphasis on Character Building

“Example is better than precept” – Teachers are the role-models of students. We also instil positive values in children by providing a loving and caring environment as well as a systematic and comprehensive curriculum. Children can experience and recognise the introspective qualities of being responsible, gregarious and self-disciplined through the activities.

  • Orff Music Approach

We adopt “Orff Music Approach” in teaching children music and our teachers are professionally trained. Through singing rhymes, playing percussions, grooving, improvisation, etc., children can easily comprehend and acquire music knowledge in a fun and playful manner.

  • Scientific Exploration     Multi-dimensional Thinking     Creative Thinking

We provide a safe learning environment that encourages our children to perceive the world with multiple senses, which helps to cultivate their curiosity and eagerness to explore. We hope that children can develop an attitude of seeking knowledge and truth from the interesting scientific activities and experiments. It is also important for them to form the habit of knowing how to protect the environment and cherish resources.

  • Diversified Learning Activities     Carefree Learning     Unleashing Potential

Based on the concept of “Multiple Intelligences”, our school arranges different activities and competitions. Teachers will observe children’s performance and encourage them to participate in different kinds of activities according to their characteristics and talents, so as to give full play to children’s potential. 

  

  • Enlighten the students through incorporating English into their everyday lives

We strive to do our best to provide children with different English learning experiences by enhancing our English curriculum and learning environment.

Our school-based English curriculum is designed by our professionally trained teachers. Children have no less than 30 minutes of quality English exposure every day at school; they learn in a fun and meaningful context, from the names of alphabets and their pronunciation to the more complex phonics, vocabularies, and even listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, aiming to prepare for the transition to primary school.

We are currently writing a series of school-based English storybooks in promoting reading habits among young children. Story themes are being chosen based on their interests and their real-life experience. We hope our children can enjoy reading in English with our stories.