Course & Environment
  1. Our school values home-school collaboration. In the year of 2000, the “Parent and Teacher Association” has been established to encourage parent involvement in school activities. While our school plays a vital role in education of students, it is only with the joining efforts of homes and schools that positive values and attitudes can be instilled effectively in students.
  2. All teachers at our school have a completion in Early Childhood Education (ECE) programmes. Most teachers have attained a Bachelor and Master degree, while all teachers hold the Diploma of Special Needs Education.
  3. Our school has been recognised by the Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion (CCCSP) as an “International Safety and Healthy School”. To deliver a safe and healthy learning environment and lifestyle, children are exposed to safety and health education at an early stage.
  4. In 2005, the Hong Kong Education Bureau invited our school to participate in the “Quality English Language Education at Pre-primary Level Project” launched by Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCHOLAR). Using the shared-reading approach and interactive resources and activities, such as singing song, playing group games and drama activities, children are drawn to develop an interest towards English learning and further develop their English skills.
  5. Our school participated in the 3 years “READ & WRITE:A Jockey Club Learning Support Network” program since 2012. The program support children with reading and writing difficulties, through the use of clear learning aims and a systematic teaching approach.
  6. In 2014, our school has been granted with a supplementary funding from the Education Bureau “Quality Education Fund” to implement diverse language activities, such as creating stories, read aloud, story drama, etc. Creating a language rich environment can enrich children’s listening, reading, speaking and writing skills.
  7. In 2015, our school was granted with a supplementary funding from the Education Bureau “Quality Education Fund” to implement school-based visual arts teaching. Our school is equipped with a “Graffiti Wall” and a “Creative Art Gallery”, to cultivate and enhance children’s knowledge of art through diverse creative learning experiences.
  8. In 2017, the Education Bureau has launched the “assessment for joyful learning” and “Free Play” program, to enhance the children’s interest in science exploration, and cultivate enquiry learning at an early age.
  9. During the school year of 2018-2019, our school was granted with supplementary funding from the Social Welfare to launch the “Generation-I parent-child interactive drama” program. The program supports parents and carers of special needs children, to enrich their mentality, skill and knowledge to provide care for the children in need.
  10. During the school year of 2019-2020, our school received funding from the Quality Education Fund to promote the “My Pledge to Act – Expressing gratitude, to cherish, be proactive and optimistic” program. The program assists students to establish good moral and positive attitudes towards life through a range of learning experiences.