Introduction to School
學校簡介 Introduction to School
Introduction to School
Our school was established in September 2001. It is one of the affiliated kindergartens of the group of Tai Po Baptist Kindergartens. Our kindergarten is located on the ground floor of Chak Sing House of Tin Chak Estate in Tin Shui Wai.
We aim at fostering the all round development of young children including the moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetics and spiritual development. We are striving our best to provide a good learning environment for children to learn and for their balanced development. We are able to achieve this purpose with our physical school environment, good learning resources and the design of different types of play and activities for children to take part in. At the same time, we develop knowledge and skills appropriate to their ages for 3 to 6 years old children. We also focus on the nurturing of good life and learning habits among the children. They are crucial aspects of their development too.
In addition, we will also support non-Chinese speaking children and hire non-Chinese teachers to teach them Chinese. We will purchase some Chinese textbooks, teaching aids and Chinese story books, so that non-Chinese speaking children can learn Chinese through the textbooks, teaching aids and reading Chinese story books. At the same time, students in our kindergarten will also be encouraged to engage in different learning activities with non-Chinese speaking children, learn to respect different cultures, accept each other, and establish good interpersonal relationships, so that non-Chinese speaking children can participate in campus life and establish a campus culture of inclusiveness.
During the face-to-face meeting, the school can arrange interpretation and/or translation services for parents of non-Chinese speaking children as needed.
The school provides support measures for non-Chinese speaking children. For example, teachers will use Chinese textbooks, teaching aids and Chinese story books in class to teach non-Chinese speaking children some simple vocabulary and short sentences to express themselves, and provide enquiries for parents of non-Chinese speaking children.
Phone number : 2486 3300
Email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Children enjoy happy and social life in our school. They learn to think independently; they are ready to take up challenges with appropriate aptitude. Children are able to develop their potential to full, at the same time they learn how to appreciate others and shoulder responsibilities, laying a concrete foundation for life-long learning.
If a child is trained up in the right way, even when he is old he will not be turned away from it. (Proverbs 22:6)