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Features

  • Small class
    (≤22)
  • bilingual teaching
  • EYFS
  • two teachers and one nursery
  • individual exclusive growth report
  • one-on-one parent-teacher meeting


About the KindergartenRong Qiao Sedbergh Kindergarten creates a friendly and interactive learning environment and an infinite development space for children. Inside the kindergarten, the functional area and outdoor activity area can meet the needs of carrying out rich teaching activities, and stimulate children's desire for exploration and knowledge to the greatest extent.


ECE ProgrammeIn curriculum design, Rong Qiao Sedbergh Kindergarten integrates China's early childhood basic education system, the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and the British national curriculum, and make adjustments to them to better meet the needs of international early childhood education, so as to provide children with a multicultural curriculum that combines the foundation of Chinese culture.


The curriculum, centered around seven learning and development areas, is designed and implemented by a team of experienced teachers to ensure that each child can achieve goals appropriate to their developmental stage.

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    Seven Curriculum Objectives

  • 1. Personal, Social, and Emotional Development

    Help children develop a positive self-awareness and self-confidence; learn to respect others and build positive relationships; learn how to establish close friendships, work as a team, improve their ability to resolve conflicts peacefully and develop social skills.

  • 2. Physical Development

    Help children develop their coordination, control and motor skills. Understand the importance of physical development and diet for their health and well-being.

  • 3. Communication and Language

    Improve children’s language skills by developing confidence and learning to listen and speak in different environments.

  • 4. Literacy

    Encourage children to associate sounds with letters and start learning how to read and write. Develop and improve children's literacy ability from vocabulary reading and understanding. Expose them to a wide range of reading materials (books, poems and other written materials) to develop their interests in reading.

  • 5. Mathematics

    Provide a variety of different opportunities for children to develop and improve their mathematic skills, including simple addition and subtraction, description of shape and space, and presentation of measurement results. Instill a sense of curiosity in numbers, shapes, spaces and scales, and apply what they have learned in the classroom, into practice.

  • 6. Understanding the World

    We encourage children to explore and observe people, space, technology and the environment, empower them to build a better awareness and perception of the world around them, and guide them to form an understanding of diversity culturally, socially and ecologically.

  • 7. Artistic expression and design

    Guide children to explore and experience the diversity of the world through games and enhance their self-expression and communication skills. In addition, the school also engages children in art, music, sports, dance, and role playing to share their thoughts, ideas and emotions with their teachers and peers.


Hi-LightHi-light is the core curriculum of Rong Qiao Sedbergh Kindergarten. Taught mainly in English, the course, while following the existing EYFS standards, extends the original sub-domains under seven domains to cover children's development goals at each stage. By combining theme-based teaching and project-based teaching, the course aims to deliver rich learning experiences to children and promote their all-round development.


Starlight (Chinese course)The course aims to cultivate children's Chinese language skills, exercise their listening, speaking, reading and early writing skills, and equip them with a basic knowledge of Chinese language, by virtue of picture books, nursery rhymes, and outdoor explorations. In addition, the course creates opportunities for children to interact, play and learn with their families, which can effectively promote the parent-child relationship.