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Curriculum Kindergarten


Children study English, Chinese, mathematics, The International Primary Curriculum (IPC), computer studies, religious education (RE), music and physical education (PE). The last four subjects are taught as part of the IPC but are sometimes taught separately.



Children think about what to say, choose the correct words, listen to others, and share ideas. They learn to read aloud, to describe events and stories. 

They read stories, poems and information and learn to use dictionaries in P1. 

They learn to understand what they read and to give opinions. 

They write stories, poems, instructions, lists and notes, and use punctuation to convey meaning.

They practise handwriting and learn the combinations of letter sounds to help them spell better.


Children continue their learning of speaking and listening and begin to use Pin Yin in P1 to read Chinese text. They learn to recognize, read, and write many common Chinese characters.



Children learn to use and apply mathematical knowledge to solve problems. 

They learn to extend their counting and calculating skills and to describe the common features of common shapes. 

They learn to communicate their thinking and results, to estimate then measure. They practise mental skills.



They learn to find information and share and exchange it. They become familiar with some hardware and software. They learn how to store information and to discuss the uses of IT.



The IPC covers science, music, art, history, RE, PE, some computer studies, and geography.


It is based on explicit learning standards that cover subject, personal and international understanding. The IPC provides teachers with more than seventy units of work around which to build an exciting and dynamic thematic curriculum for the children.


Each stage of the IPC has learning goals and mileposts for children to achieve.

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Children learn to move rhythmically, expressively and imaginatively. They use a variety of games skills. They learn how to balance, follow rules and how to move and play safely. They learn to collaborate and play on a team.



Most RE is Christian based teaching because we are an Anglican, Christian College.

Children are taught about religious stories, festivals and events that are meaningful to them. They are taught about famous religious people and their legacies. 

Last Edit : 2012-01-17 01:01:53 By : it
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