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Kindergarten Preparation (2-4.5Yrs)

The 2.5-hour programme is designed for hands-on and active learning, focusing on students' language and cognitive development. The engaging activities and classroom routines are aligned with formal Pre-Nursery and Kindergarten programmes, supporting children to transition into their new environment smoothly.  

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Program Highlights:

  • Our inquiry-based approach is integrated with theme-based Mandarin immersion teaching to cultivate children to inquire, think and speak in Mandarin 

  • Various activities are designed to help children in acquiring relevant knowledge and practical skills and competencies in the real world 

  • Our teachers encourage children to develop strong fluency and communication skills, actively participating in school, and develop independence and confidence 

  • Learning feedback and developmental report will be provided to parents weekly and quarterly to support each child's personalised learning and development

Class Levels:

  • 2 - 3 Years 

  • 3 - 4.5 Years

Teacher to Student Ratio:

What next?

  • We believe the best way to understand our unique approach is to experience it for yourself. We welcome prospective parents and children to visit us for a trial class or for a school tour.

What do MH parents say?

“My one year old daughter attends Mulberry Housed and she absolutely loved the lesson and the teacher! Mulberry House is unique. I was a bit sad to find out that most mandarin schools in HK are rote learning based and won’t accept children until they are older because they focus on reading and writing. Whereas Mulberry house’s approach starts at a much younger age, learning through play and interaction, teaching babies and young children about themselves and the world around us, using Mandarin as the only medium, hence like learning a first language. The teacher is super creative and interactive with babies using their home made props. Oh yes, I can’t forget to mention this- this school is beautiful.”

- Kwy Wong

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