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Wisely kindergarten or Ming wei international kindergarten

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    sandy0741 is offline Registered User
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    Wisely kindergarten or Ming wei international kindergarten

    Has anyone heard anything about Ming wei international kindergarten or Wisely kindergarten both on HK island, which one is better? Which one can ensure a better place in primary schools?I am new to HK island and is looking for a place to get my son to a k2 kindergarten. Hope someone can help me out....
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    Does anyone knows about AIS in Kowloon Tong? How is the school compare to others international school?

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    Is there anyone living on HK island who can help out??? I want some better kindergartens please,but not those really expensive one and can ensure a better transition to primary school

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    Hi Sandy0741, are you planning to send your kid to local school? I am planning to send my boy to Wisely and this school uses Cantonese.

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    Hi Sandy,

    Yes, wisely is a canto school. It has been recently renovated, there are 8 classrooms, there are i think 2 sessions a day.

    Both Wisely and Creative int'l school are owned by a developer.

    Their pedagogy (art of teaching) is not as strong as other intl schools (my opinion). They give a lot of freedom to the teachers, so if you get a good teacher then its OK, but if you get a lazy teacher, then the lack of supervision may be a problem. But there are 2 fantastic teachers there that I would highly recommend.

    There's a better choice in the area, I can't remember the name but I can try and find out for you.

    Babington

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    i'm also looking for nursery school in the central and western district, hope someone can suggest. I was hoping to find one that's not expensive like most of the private and international preschools. Also a school that uses English and Cantonese and not just Cantonese. Hope someone can suggest a good school for us to consider. I'm also doing some research of my own but it'd be nice to hear from those who know first-hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pameladell30 View Post
    i'm also looking for nursery school in the central and western district, hope someone can suggest. I was hoping to find one that's not expensive like most of the private and international preschools. Also a school that uses English and Cantonese and not just Cantonese. Hope someone can suggest a good school for us to consider. I'm also doing some research of my own but it'd be nice to hear from those who know first-hand.
    Hi pameladell30,

    I know this is a old thread, but I believe you've got some answer for ur questions. And ur kid should be in nursery/k1 I think. I am also in a same position looking for bilingual nursery & kindi in Central/Western Dist. Please share ur ideas...

    Thanks.

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    Teacher recommendations

    My daughter is going there int he Fall. Can you let me know which two teachers you recommend?

    Quote Originally Posted by Babington View Post
    Hi Sandy,

    Yes, wisely is a canto school. It has been recently renovated, there are 8 classrooms, there are i think 2 sessions a day.

    Both Wisely and Creative int'l school are owned by a developer.

    Their pedagogy (art of teaching) is not as strong as other intl schools (my opinion). They give a lot of freedom to the teachers, so if you get a good teacher then its OK, but if you get a lazy teacher, then the lack of supervision may be a problem. But there are 2 fantastic teachers there that I would highly recommend.

    There's a better choice in the area, I can't remember the name but I can try and find out for you.

    Babington

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