At Mighty Oaks, the school is focused on character education. Our curriculum is designed to incorporate the nine “fruit of the spirit”: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. The bilingual/trilingual curriculum is based on two of the world’s best paradigms for early years education—the United Kingdom’s Early Years Foundation Stages Curriculum (EYFS) and the Canadian Full-Day Early Learning–Kindergarten Program Curriculum—adapted to suit the learning expectations in Hong Kong. Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children learn how to build healthy relationships and work in an effective manner. Mighty Oaks International Nursery and Kindergarten has incorporated the PATHS® programme as part of our moral education curriculum.
Based on Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory, our child-centred approach aims to help our students form healthy senses of self-identity through play and discovery, so they can also form good relationships with the people around them and in their communities. Through our curriculum focussed on character building, our children explore, learn, laugh, love and grow together in a nurturing educational environment so our students will blossom from acorns into oaks of righteousness.
In accordance with the school vision to better the community, Mighty Oaks and House of Blessings Foundation Limited offer a full scholarship to children in need so that they can attend a high-quality, private international playgroup, nursery and kindergarten that best meet their needs, regardless of their guardians’ ability to pay or where they live. The mission of the scholarship scheme is to touch the lives of children and families through an academically-rigorous playgroup, nursery and kindergarten experience and make a positive difference in their future. It also empowers families with the information and training workshops they need to provide the best home environment for their children. 2 scholarships are available each school year and are not granted on the basis of academic prowess or race.
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