• Curriculum Design:
  1. It is designed to meet the standards of the Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide 2017″. /span>
  2. We adopt thematic learning, a project approach, storytelling approach and a free play approach to develop children’s interests in explorative self-learning.We hope to cultivate in them a habit of reading, foster a balanced development in the domains of ethics, intellect, physique, social skills, aesthetics and spirituality, and develop their multiple intelligences. We focus on developing children’s self-expression skills and communication skills, enhancing their listening, speaking, reading, writing and calculation ability so as to ensure a smooth transition from K3 to primary school.


  • We develop children’s potentials in different areas:
  1. Language development: Biliterate and trilingual education enhances children’s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills
  2. Intellectual and cognitive development: Nurture children’s concentration skills, memory skills, creativity, imagination skills and judgment skills
  3. Skill development: Strengthen children’s physical health, promote their body coordination skills, self-care skills and problem-solving kills
  4. Social development: Teach children to share with others, how to communicate and get along well with others, and respect others
  5. Emotional development: Teach children to express their emotions and feelings appropriately
  6. Moral development: Develop positive values and characters in children


  • Learning Modes:
  1. Centred around children’s interests to motivate children to be active learners
  2. Learn through play, allowing children to keep exploring and accumulate experiences
  3. Activity approach as the basis, with group learning and “active” and “quiet” activities
  4. Spiral learning approach with learning content introduced with increasing levels of difficulty to help consolidate children’s knowledge.


  • Teaching Philosophy of Religious Education Curriculum:

We tell bible stories and teach children bible verses to encourage children to develop Christ-like attributes. A children’s worship service is held every month to plant the roots of Christ in children’s hearts, teaching children to be thankful for everything, to pray to God and trust in God.


2017 Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide (2017)