The Education Bureau (EDB) has decided that all kindergartens, primary and secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) as well as schools offering non-formal curriculum (PSNFCs) (commonly known as “tutorial schools”) will continue the suspension of face-to-face classes and school activities after 10 January 2021. The suspension will continue until the beginning of schools’ Chinese New Year holidays.
On December 7 (Monday), a vaccination team (New Town Medical Group) will be arranged to provide students with a second dose of (nasal spray) seasonal flu vaccination service at the school from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Parents should whose children need the vaccination service attend the school at the agreed time.
In light of the worsening situation of the COVID-19 epidemic, all kindergartens as well as primary and secondary schools (including special schools and schools offering non-local curriculum) would suspend face-to-face classes and school activities starting from 2 December (Wednesday) this year until the beginning of school Christmas holidays .Schools
The Government has earlier announced that kindergartens and kindergartens-cum child care centres would suspend face-to-face classes and all school activities for two weeks starting from 14 November 2020 (Saturday) to 27 November 2020 (Friday). In view of the latest situation, all kindergartens and kindergartens-cum-child care centres will continue to suspend face-to-face classes and all school activities up to 6 December 2020 (Sunday).
Provides high-quality of child care services, committed to nurturing child’s balanced learning opportunities in the five aspects of development, i.e. moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic , inspire children’s potential, cultivate children to have all-round development, happy and healthy growth via creative learning environment and appropriate curriculum design.
Education should never be separated from our daily life. With this in mind, our curriculum is designed with the integration of our children’s everyday experiences, using “games” as one of our major teaching strategies. Key learning aspects include “Individual and community”, “Nature and daily life”, “Fitness and health”, “Arts and creativity”, “Mathematics for children” and “Languages”.
We believe in “Learning-by-doing”, and therefore we encourage our students to attain knowledge and skills through first-hand experiences so as to enhance their learning interest and incentive. Children’s character can be forged with the aid of moral stories and dramas, while their budding spirit of exploration can be nurtured with develop science discovery workshops.
Furthermore, we highly value learning activities for our students to obliterate and trilingual language abilities and have thus developed a book-reading programmer. In order to enhance children’s capability to “listen, speak, read and write”, our professionally qualified Native-speaking Mandarin teachers and Native-speaking English teachers (NETs) are here to provide the most desirable learning environment for our students every day.