+852 2811 1686

Admission Application Arrangement for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Students

  • Interviews with non-Chinese speaking children, the kindergarten can arrange interpretation or translation services for applicants.
  • Parents and children may be accompanied by relatives and friends who understand Chinese to assist in communication.
  • NCS parents can contact the kindergarten through the following phone number and emailaddress.
Phone : 2811 1686

Support Measures for Non-Chinese Speaking Students

  • The information and forms provided are available in English.
  • To build a culture of respect and fraternity, our kindergarten organize different cultural inclusion activities to engage NCS parents and children in the school and community.
  • To provide better support and help NCS children learn Chinses language. The kindergarten is committed to training teachers to strengthen their teachings by further study the course Learning and Teaching Course for NCS children".
  • NCS teachers conduct different activities in small groups to enhance NCS children’s ability to learn Chinese.
  • Arrange NCS assistant teachers to join the class to help NCS children learn in the classroom.
  • Provide Chinese vocabularies and sentence card with support audio via QR code, so that children can review the pronunciation of vocabularies at home.

Support for Learning Difficulty

  • The kindergarten has participated in the "On-site Pre-School Rehabilitation Service program provided by the Spastics Association of Hong Kong.

Services Areas of the Centre

  • Child assessment, counselling, and therapy training
  • School Support Services
  • Professional consultation and training services for education and rehabilitation serviceinstitutions

Assist and support families in need

  • The kindergarten has participated in the Kindergarten Social Work Service" program provided by The Church of United Brethren in Christ Social Service Division.
  • On-campus support services are provided twice a week.

Services Areas of the Centre

  • To help children grow up physically and mentally with the concept of "early intervention".

  • Proactively reach out to families in need and provide appropriate assistance as soon as possible.

  • Introduce community resources to assist the healthy development of children and families.

  • Provide professional support services for children and parents with learning difficulties.

  •  Provide teacher consultation and training services to strengthen support for teaching quality.