“I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.” - Chinese Proverb
Our primary aim in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is for our children to develop a positive foundation for life-long learning. The EYFS is based on the creed that children are born ready, able and eager to learn. They actively reach out to interact with other people, and the world around them. As each child is unique, we believe development occurs when a child has the opportunity to interact in positive relationships and enabling environments.
We aspire to have happy, motivated, stimulated and focused children who gain a sense of self-esteem, self-confidence, achievement and pleasure from the challenges, relationships and support they meet through their time in the EYFS.
Jing Jing was founded 48 years ago and is the longest running kindergarten in the Tuen Mun area. We have 4 branches; 2 local, 1 bilingual and 1 international, with about 500 students in total. Our International section was founded in 2006 and moved to Chi Lok in 2011. We see our nurseries and kindergartens as an extension of your home. Our aim is to provide the children with experiences that will help them attain optimum development; not only in their creative expression through play, but in self-control, self-discipline and co-operation with others. Welcome to the Jing Jing family!
To welcome, settle and build the confidence of new children and their parents so that each child makes an effective transition from home to Kindergarten and on to school.
To encourage social, emotional, physical, intellectual and ethical development.
To encourage and support all children to develop to their full potential.
To encourage each child to respect him or herself, as well as others around them, so they develop self-control.
To treat each child as an individual and to ensure equal access to the curriculum.
To provide a natural and logical progression from Nursery to K3 through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum.
To plan a curriculum that includes purposeful, creative and spontaneous play alongside practical experiences, which can be structured and monitored to ensure development.