Playgroup
Pre-schools
What Do Students Learn

Playgroup 12 - 30 months PLAYGROUP (adult accompanied)

Play is a vital part of a child's life. It is the way children make sense of their world. Therefore, play is essential if children are to learn.

Purpose of Sunshine House PLAYGROUP

1 Stepping stone before Nursery/school
2 Introduction to social groups
3 Introduction to learning away from the home

What will the children do in PLAYGROUP?

There are lots of activities such as arts & crafts, singing, dancing and story time planned through the session
English and Putonghua as part of their curriculum

Session times for Playgroup (12 - 24 months)

3 Days/Week Programme : 9:00 am - 10:30 am (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
2 Days/Week Programme : 9:00 am - 10:30 am or 10:30 am - 12noon (Tuesday and Thursday)

Session times for Advanced (adult accompanied) Playgroup (22 – 30 months)

3 Days/Week Programme : 10:30 am – 12 noon (Monday, Wednesday and Friday)

Pre-schools

We offer Bilingual classes (English and Putonghua) for our Nursery and Kindergarten programs for 2 – 6 year olds. The daily Putonghua session lasts around 40minutes; the focus remains on the Literacy and Numeracy programs which are delivered in English.

We follow the British National curriculum and The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) at Sunshine House with more emphasis on creativity and specifically tailored for children’s multi-cultural experience living in Hong Kong.

Our early literature program is delivered through the Oxford Reading Tree and the Jolly Phonics programs. Additionally, we place a great deal of emphasis on preparing our children for their Primary One admissions, teaching them our “Sunshine Values”, helping them with self-esteem and confidence, and moulding them into the Global Citizens they will become.

Upon completion of their pre-school years, our children progress to international schools or ESF primary schools; we have an excellent track record of children moving on to primary schools of their choice.

What Do Students Learn

Through play, children:

explore their world through sensory play
find out how to get along with others
become competent enough to try different activities
develop self esteem

Children learn:

co-operation
problem solving
language
persistence and concentration
the value of curiosity
self confidence
co-ordination
attitudes and values
self motivation and self direction