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Parents' Guide

Education Post provides a comprehensive education guide to Hong Kong for parents and teachers with a specific interest in the industry. Choosing the right educational path for your child or your career is one of the most important decisions we make in our lives. Our education guide was designed with this in mind, to help inform you to make the best decision possible for your child. Topics include pre-school education, informal education programme, multi-intelligence, and social and cognitive capabilities.

How to deal with children's temper tantrums
July 12, 2017
Every parent knows about temper tantrums, but how many know how to manage them? We are asked a lot about tantrums during our parenting courses and we hear the struggles parents go through when their kids start to act out. They say they have tried everything – from letting them cryand walking away,...
How to define a "leading school"
July 5, 2017
Stamford’s vision statement includes being a leading school in Hong Kong. At first glance this may seem like a bold statement; however, it is based on research as to what constitutes a leading school. Historically and even today, many schools are recognized for excellence solely for having high...
NBA star Damian Lillard mentors young Hong Kong players
June 29, 2017
American NBA superstar Damian Lillard made his first trip to Hong Kong as part of his Adidas Asia tour. He was met by an array of adoring fans at Chu Hai College of Higher Education, and took the opportunity to advise some of the city’s finest young players planning on participating in the 2017...
YFS and MIT: Inspiring young entrepreneurs
June 28, 2017
Hong Kong has long had a reputation as one of Asia’s major entrepreneurial hubs. So it’s no surprise that there’s a selection of top-notch courses and programmes to encourage the city’s youth to carry on this tradition of innovation. The Young Founders School (YFS), which calls itself “a start-up...
Curriculum that is picking up STEAM
June 23, 2017
The educational approach known as STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) is, unsurprisingly, proving to be a hit in Hong Kong, where good results in these subject areas carry enviable social cache. At school assemblies and parent nights, headmasters roll out the truism...