Hung Shui Kiu
We are a non-selective school that strongly believes in inclusivity. Should you believe your child has any additional needs that may impact on their learning, we urge you to tell us. We can then work together ensuring your child is able to access our curriculum and should they need support we can discuss their needs on an individual basis.
We provide extra supports for non-Chinese speaking students and their families..
1. extra Chinese language learning activities for students
2. parent supporting groups
School support to NCS children
1. To support children's learning, the class teacher will translate Chinese homework for NCS children into English so that parent can guide their children to complete the homework at home.
2. English notices are available for parents.
3. A minority teacher is employed in the school to answer the questions from minority parents when necessary.
4. For admission, we provide interpretation in English/parent can come with a Chinese speaking relative or friend.
We create an enriched language environment according to student's individual needs.
- Orientation period for K1
- Adaption for primary school
- Seminars and activities for parents
- Referral Services for children with extra need
- On-site Pre-school Social Worker Scheme
Applications for the current academic year are accepted throughout, however spaces are subject to availability. Please prepare the following documents for application:
Completed application form
Original & copy of the child's Birth Certificate and Immunization Record (original will not be collected)
Two passport sized photos
Four stamped & addressed envelopes
A non-refundable Registration Fee of HK$40
Submitting the Application Form:
1. Submit by hand
2.By post (please do not send the original certificates)
3.By Email (email@example.com)
1. Siblings of current students
2. Siblings of graduates
3. Offspring of graduates
4. Offspring of staff
5. People who are reside in the same district
6. Age-appropriate children
7. Dual-income families/ family needs (applicable to whole-day class)
There is an option of attending our International section for morning sessions and the local sessions in the afternoon. Ideal for those students wishing to go to an English medium Primary school or immersion into the English language.
Our curriculum covers six different learning areas, themes balanced with play-based teaching methods to develop the particular potential of each individual. Children joining our school have already learnt a great deal. Through play our children explore and develop learning experiences, which help them make sense of the world.
We are bilingual kindergartens and emphasize on both English and Chinese language learning.
Children practice and build up ideas, and learn how to control themselves and understand the need for boundaries. They have the opportunity to think creatively alongside other children as well as on their own. They communicate with others as they investigate and solve problems. They express their emotions and feelings in controlled and safe situations.
Your child will be learning skills, acquiring new knowledge and demonstrating their understanding through 6 areas of learning and development.
· Physical Fitness and Health
· Early Childhood Mathematics
· Nature and Living
· Self and Society
· Arts and Creativity
We emphasize on real-life learning approach and our teaching themes are closely related to children’s ability to learn by experience and to acquire cognition through knowledge development and interests. Students have English activities everyday and two Mandarin activities per week.
Mandarin is taught through a whole range of learning activities, including a process of play, investigation, craft and topics. Children begin to learn to recognise some simple characters in our kindergarten classes Our Mandarin teacher is a fully qualified and highly experienced, and also has special training in second language teaching. Our Mandarin Curriculum is specifically designed for teaching Mandarin to children who are non-native speakers.
Learning beyond the classroom
Our curriculum includes outdoor visit, seminar, picnic etc. this allow our students to learn beyond the classroom and experience learning in different setting and environment. Children can learn in real contexts and authentic settings. Our teachers will make good use of resources and settings available at our school and in the communities, in order to create suitable learning contexts for particular educational purposes.
Smart Kids Program
Each month we honour children who make a difference in their school through their remarkable achievements.
Integrated Fun Friday lessons
This programme provides a fun and engaging ways to bring music, cookery, physical exercise, art and crafts, language and science through hand-on experiments as a form of active learning strategy, therefore offering other means by which children can improve their cognitive skills through tactile, oral and visual learning. Parents are often invited to join volunteers and assist in the classroom.
K1 - K3
Monday - Friday
Half Day Class
Morning 8.45am – 11:45am
Afternoon 1:15pm – 4:15pm
Full Day Class
8.00am – 6:00pm
Our programmes promote learning in a fun and enjoyable way. Children are challenged to develop their skills and build their knowledge while actively encouraging involvement during play time. Our schedule includes English activities which are held everyday and two Mandarin activities per week.
There is an option of attending our International section for morning sessions which is ideal for those students wishing to go to an English medium Primary school or immersion into the English language.
More information can be found by telephoning 2479 6233.
At Jing Jing we love to celebrate, whether it’s a festival, a birthday, religious events or special celebration belonging to specific ethnic groups. We believe that the process of partaking in these celebrations will teach our students to respect cultural differences in other people. Throughout the year we have numerous events, for example:
- Family picnics
- Student’s product exhibition
- CNY Fayres
- Appreciation Days
- Fun Friday Activities
- Hiking Activities
At Jing Jing, we are committed to provide children with familiar, well-balanced, nutritious and healthy foods. Meal times provide a wonderful opportunity to help children to develop independence through feeding themselves. In addition, it helps students fostering good table manners and lifelong healthy eating habits.
Role of Parents
We encourage our parents to volunteer with many activities throughout the year. For example: Parents meeting, Classroom visits, Family Day, Parents-child Sports Day, Parents Seminars, Funday-reading and cooking volunteers. We believe this strengthens the communication and understanding between school and parents. It can facilitate the work in promoting children’s all round development.
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