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Hong Kong anti-graft body issues rules for kindergartens as they prepare to receive hefty government subsidy
Eligible institutions will receive HK$6.7 billion a year in public money from the coming school year to implement free kindergarten education. The city’s anti-corruption watchdog...
Hong Kong kindergartens to get subsidies for labour and rent, but principals and lawmakers critical
Concerns aired that school fees would still need to be paid and veteran teachers could be let go. A plan by the Hong Kong education officials to subsidise labour and rental costs...
British Council wins approval to open first kindergarten in Hong Kong
The institution will cater to children aged three to six and will charge parents HK$72,800; teaching will be in English and Cantonese with Putonghua thrown in. The British Council...
Putonghua-speaking man allegedly tries to abduct two children outside Hong Kong kindergarten
Yuen Long school puts up notice warning parents to stay alert. An alleged attempt by a Putonghua-speaking man to abduct two children outside a Hong Kong kindergarten...
Revealed: 40 Hong Kong kindergartens allowed to set application fees up to 90 times official ceiling
Ombudsman Connie Lau Yin-hing now investigating. The problem of some kindergartens charging excessively high application fees has prompted an official investigation by...
Down with drilling and tests: Hong Kong kindergarten leads battle for play-based learning
International Froebel Society hopes its first affiliated school in the city will spread the word that education should be fun. An international education organisation that promotes...
Fun, games and plenty of bathroom breaks: China’s kindergartens told to let kids be kids
No primary school eduction at kindergartens. No limiting children’s toilet time. China’s Ministry of Education have issued sweeping regulations on what children aged three to six should be...
British Council to set up first Hong Kong kindergarten
One lawmaker says he hopes the new institution can offer an affordable English-language education. The British Council will set up its first kindergarten in Hong Kong later this year...
Letting nature nurture: Hong Kong kindergartens take kids outdoors to play
A new breed of kindergarten is introducing youngsters to the magic of outdoor play. On a recent Sunday in Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve, teacher Danie Strydom and a few...