School Information Cheerland Wong Tai Sin


 


Whole-day and half-day Preschool Education Services:

Aims:

  • To provide early childhood education services to children aged 2 – 6. To provide them with a well-balanced and all-rounded development including various areas such as physical, cognitive, intellectual, social, emotional and moral development, which will lay a solid foundation for their future learning
  • To provide good care and counselling services for the children to have a healthy and happy childhood
  • To cultivate children’s good habits and develop their self-management skills

 

Whole-day Preschool Education Services:

  • Quota: 104
  • Service hours: Mon to Fri 8:00am-6:00pm / Sat 8:00am-1:30pm
  • School Fees & Meal Expenses: N Classes $44,088 (12 instalments); K1-K3 Classes $16,284 (12 instalments)
  • Application Procedures:Please submit the following items by mail or in person:
    – Completed admission application form N01
    – Application fee
    – 1 recent photo
    – 3 self-addressed envelopes with appropriate stamps
  • Families in need can apply for the Kindergarten and Child Care Centre Fee Remission Scheme through the Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency of the Education Bureau (EDB). Our kindergarten has participated in the Free Quality Kindergarten Education Scheme

 

Half-day Preschool Education Services:

  • Target: Children aged 2
  • Quota: 14
  • Service hours: AM Classes – Mon to Fri 8:30am-12:00nn / PM Classes – Mon to Fri 1:30pm-4:30pm
  • School Fee: $33,432 (12 instalments)
  • Application Procedures
    Please submit the following items by mail or in person:
    – Completed admission application form N01
    – Application fee
    – 1 recent photo
    – 3 self-addressed envelopes with appropriate stamps

 

 2021-2022 Fee Chart:
  • Schoolbag $110

Exercise books – Our kindergarten will provide ONE free copy of the following books to our students according to their level

  • Chinese Exercise Book
  • English Exercise Book
  • My Letter Book
  • Copybook
  • Pre-writing Practice
Parents can purchase learning materials voluntarily according to their children’s needs

 

2020-2021 Fee Schedule:
  • Schoolbag $110
  • Chinese Exercise Book
  • English Exercise Book
  • My Letter Book
  • Copybook
  • Pre-writing Practice
Parents can purchase learning materials voluntarily according to their children’s needs.

 

Occasional Childcare Service Programme:
Objectives:To provide daytime Occasional Children Service to parents or caregivers who are unavailable to provide care to their young children due to unexpected or urgent incidents

  • Target:Children aged 2-6
  • Quota:1 / session
  • Service hours:Mon to Fri 8:00am-6:00pm, Sat 8:00am-1:30pm
  • Fees:$64 (whole-day); $32 (half-day) OR $16 / session (2 hours) & Meal expenses $6.5
  • Application Procedures:Pre-booking OR same-day application by providing the following documents:
    – Completed application form N12
    – Relevant identifications
    – Services will be arranged on a first come first serve basis.

 

Extended Opening Hours:

Objectives:To provide childcare services for single or working parents so that they can work for extended hours. To enable parents to participate in retraining programmes increasing their confidence in finding jobs.

  • Targets:Pupils studying at our kindergarten
  • Quota:14; children aged 2-6
  • Service hours:Mon to Fri 6:00pm-7:00pm / Sat 1:30pm-3:00pm
  • Types of Services and Fees:- Monthly Service Fee: 6:00-7:00pm $260/month
    – One-time Service Fee: 6:00-7:00pm $13/hr
  • Application Procedure:Contact or call our staff-on-duty in the morning。

 

Integrated Services for Children Scheme:

Objectives:

• To accept cases referred by the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services (CRSRehab) by the Social Welfare Department
• To provide non-discriminatory care and counselling services to children with special needs
• To cultivate children’s good habits and nurture self-management skills, enabling them to be eligible for mainstream schools

  • Targets:Children aged 2 – 6 and referred through the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services (CRSRehab)
  • Quota:6-7
  • Service hours:Same as whole-day services
  • School fee:Same as whole-day services

 

Stationing Social Worker Services:

  • Stationing social workers provide regular counseling services, organize parent-child / children-oriented small-group activities, parent talks and thematic workshops for our kindergartens.

 

On-site Pre-school Integrated Services:

  • Our kindergarten has participated in the “On-site Pre-school Integrated Services” scheme funded by the Social Welfare Department to provide necessary training for children aged 2-6 who are on the waiting list of subvented pre-school rehabilitation services. Professional support teams provide early intervention and services to schools, parents and the community.

 

 

Community Environment:

NET English Teachers & Putonghua Interest Activities

  • To enhance the English proficiency of our pupils, NET teachers are arranged to teach N, K1-K3 pupils twice a week to cultivate their interest in learning English and ensure their pronunciation accuracy.

Parent-child Reading Programme:

  • To cultivate reading habits and interests among our pupils, each pupil is encouraged to borrow a book from our kindergarten library and read with their parents during the weekends. Moreover, our kindergarten opens the library regularly for our pupils to enjoy parent-child reading after school in order to enhance the interactions between parents and their children, as well as nurturing good reading habits among our pupils.
  • Our kindergarten has implemented the “Enjoy Reading at Home Programme” and “Dialogic Parent-child Reading Scheme” which are funded by the Quality Education Fund, in a bid to cultivate the habit of reading among parents and children, as well as enhance their interests in reading and interactions between parents and their children.

Parental Involvement:

  • Our kindergartens put strong emphasis on parent-school communication and collaboration. On a regular basis, we arrange Parents Days, Parents Associations, Parent-child outings, Parent-child festival celebrations, etc. We encourage parents to actively take part in their children’s learning through parent-child arts and crafts, class research project, etc. which enables parent-school collaboration in facilitating our children’s well balanced development.

Community Involvement:

  • Our kindergarten frequently co-organizes Primary School Information Sessions, Primary Campus Tours, Visits and Performances, etc. with neighbouring primary schools and organizations. We encourage pupils to learn outside of the classrooms and utilize community resources wisely through participating in visits and tours, such as parks / playgrounds, supermarkets, post offices, recycling facilities, etc.