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Learning/Teaching Approach : 5E’s Approach

Through the 5E approach, children will be cultivated to be confident, self-loving and loving children.

Environment: Provide a comfortable and safe environment/ language environment for children to learn and interact.

Experience :encouraged to use hands-on learning, interacting, sharing and visiting to achieve a diverse learning experience.

Exploration : Inspire curious children to explore and discover through play.

Expression : Express own emotions through drama, stories, music, art, and prayer.

Empowerment : Empower equal learning opportunities and create a friendly, respectful, accepting, admiring and harmonious learning atmosphere for toddlers to learn.

* Through dramas, stories, games, observations, visits, and design activities, toddlers can explore and manipulate different knowledge and learn daily life problem solving skills.

Learning Methods and Activities

Adopting a child-oriented approach, teachers set different themes for learning, and arrange in-depth teaching, group discussions, individual learning, and other activities. Interchanging dynamic and static learning modes, students are engaged into project learning, group discussions, free play, reading aloud, outings and parents-child activities, hence, their field of knowledge will be broadened and active learning can be cultivated.

Curriculum Development

The curriculum of the kindergarten is based on the “Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide” compiled by the Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council, with “child-centered” as the core value. Based on the principle of promoting the comprehensive and balanced development of young children, the curriculum covers “moral development”, “cognitive and language development”, “physical development”, “emotional and social development”, “esthetic development” and “spiritual development”. Children are well-rounded in terms of “knowledge”, “skills” and “values and attitudes”.