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Innovative offerings for international preschool

Following the United Kingdom Early Years curriculum framework and teaching in English and Mandarin, Mills International Preschool offers Playgroup, Prep, Pre-Nursery, and Kindergarten (K1, K2, K3), catering to children aged six months to six years. Here’s a quick look at what to expect.

Mills International Preschool has innovative offerings
Mills International Preschool has innovative offerings

MindUP curriculum

Mills International is the only preschool and pre-nursery to offer the MindUP curriculum in Hong Kong, joining several leading ESF and international primary and secondary schools in providing this addition to the classroom. MindUP is a teaching philosophy that is fully integrated into the regular school curriculum. It guides children in how to be calm, regulate emotions, make good choices, and develop focus and concentration on the task at hand. Something we could all benefit from!

Co-curricular programmes

Outside the school day, Mills International Preschool also offers a range of co-curricular programmes through their partners at Kids’ Gallery and Star English. These programmes are a complement to classroom learning, and aim to help students to develop various skills that will help them socially and academically by nurturing enquiring minds. Many of the classes incorporate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) using an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Classes are taught in English or Mandarin.

Mills is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year, with limited places still available for the current year. Contact them for a school tour. Mills is having an interview day on 25 February.

The Spectacle, 8 Cho Yuen Street, Yau Tong, Kowloon

2717 6336 | millsinternational.edu.hk

This article first appeared in the Dec/Jan edition of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.

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