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Recognition of Pioneer Peace School 2023

We are incredibly proud to announce that St. Nicholas’ English Kindergarten has once again been recognized as a Pioneer Peace School by UNESCO! Out of all the schools in Hong Kong, we are the only Kindergarten to receive this prestigious honor! To be recognized as a Peace School means we take part in the following four areas: take part in Community Service, teach Sustainable Development Goals, celebrate United Nations International Days, and encourage Culture & Actions for Peace.

Our dedicated team is committed to promoting peace education, fostering a harmonious environment, and nurturing compassionate future leaders.

We are immensely grateful for this recognition, and we promise to continue inspiring our young minds to make the world a better place.

N1 Artists

Our talented N1 artists have created amazing masterpieces inspired by their theme books: Growing Vegetable Soup and The Carrot Seed! These colourful projects not only showcased their creativity but also helped improve their fine motor skills. Check out their delightful artwork and join us in celebrating their achievements!

Happy Father’s Day!

You’re more than a father – you’re a friend. Thank you for all that you’ve done for me. I love you, high five, Dad!

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Paper Planes at St. Nicholas’ English Kindergarten!

Our little L2 pilots had a blast designing and launching their very own paper aeroplanes today! Soaring high and learning about aerodynamics, they truly let their creativity fly! Check out the photos below to see their amazing creations and smiling faces!

白頭翁BB出世了

我們期待已久的白頭翁BB出世啦?

小小雀巢

有雀巢築好咗喺我哋校園的小茶花樹上,白頭翁媽媽誕下了四隻小雀蛋,你哋見唔見到雀媽媽在孵雀蛋?老師和小朋友們很期待四隻小小白頭翁出世呢!

Happy International Children’s Day!

What a spectacular day we had at St. Nicholas, celebrating International Children’s Day with our amazing students! This special day is dedicated to raising awareness for children’s rights and promoting their well-being worldwide. It’s essential to teach our little ones the significance of this occasion, as it helps nurture empathy, understanding, and respect for diverse cultures and traditions.Our celebration was filled with laughter, joy, and creativity! We sang and danced to fun, upbeat tunes and took part in engaging activities centered around International Children’s Day. Some of our students proudly brought clothes and objects from different cultures, showcasing the beauty of our diverse world. We’re so grateful for moments like these and for the opportunity to inspire a better future for our children. Let’s keep spreading love, understanding, and unity every day!

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Bird Watching!

This week, we had an amazing time celebrating nature with our adorable little explorers! Our curious kindergartners engaged in a delightful bird watching activity to welcome some new school members into our garden The children’s excitement was contagious, and the joy of connecting with nature was evident on their smiling faces! We believe it is important to nurture a love for the environment in our young ones.