There are 3 aspects of our curriculum that make us unique :
ˇ@Arts and creativity : Recently, our children participated in the 2006 Pre-school English Drama Competition and took 1st place among competing schools in Hong Kong. Yet, in addition to territory-wide competitions, we encourage children to take part in international projects to help children expand their horizons and make new friends. For example, our young artists are currently creating artistic work to be exhibited at the Modern Art Oxford Gallery in September 2008. We are also taking part in a similar Childrenˇ¦s International Arts Festival in Hong Kong next year.
ˇ@Science and technology syllabus : We make science fun through various trips and projects. In addition to normal experiments done during class, we enrich our syllabus through various activities like :
ˇ@Space-Camp : Our children learn about the solar system, the constellations and other galaxies. At the end of space camp, our little ˇ§rocket scientistsˇ¨ launch rockets 600ft. into the sky (under the supervision of our teachers).
ˇ@Meet a scientist day: We try to get various professionals in various fields to hold presentations for our children. Recently, we got a doctorate at Cambridge to give our children a seminar via video-teleconferencing.
ˇ@Various Interest Activities : We have many interest activities, depending on what the children like that year. For example, we have hosted an undersea camp (where children learn about different marine life), cooking camp (where children try to learn about basic cooking science), etc.
ˇ@Language program : We understand that language learning must be put in context to be meaningful. To this end, our children take part regularly in letter exchanges, video-teleconferences and other seasonal gatherings like Halloween projects and Christmas gift exchanges through links with other schools from Wales (U.K.), Florida (U.S.), the Gold Coast (Australia), and other cities around the world. We believe that children should learn not only about the language but also try to understand the culture behind the language.
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