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    HELP !! Can anyone recommend a good nursery ?

    Hi everyone

    My son is actually in a playgroup in Tutor time and found the school '' too money oriented '' and the nursery it`s quiet expensive btw !!!
    Any suggestions pls for a good nursery ( better in Kowloon side ) ?
    Will be really great...

    Thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caraleya View Post
    Hi everyone

    My son is actually in a playgroup in Tutor time and found the school '' too money oriented '' and the nursery it`s quiet expensive btw !!!
    Any suggestions pls for a good nursery ( better in Kowloon side ) ?
    Will be really great...

    Thanks all
    HI ya~~ It depends on what you are after really.
    My daughter goes to Tutortime for playgroups too. I just register to all the ones I think are good and go to interviews as an experience... Have you applied to any yet?

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    Apparently Woodlands is quite good. I don't know about the pricing though. I am sending mine to the local stream as I want her to be down to earth.

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    Woodlands are all on the HK side. For Kowloon you can try
    Anfield Nursery @Kowloon Tong, Learning
    Habitat Bilingual Nursery @HungHom or Tai Kok Tsui
    Park view (PIPS) @Kowloon Station, West Kowloon
    Think Int'l @ Kowloon Tong
    Victoria @ Homantin or Harbour Green

    These are all the kindies with PN available on the Kowloon side (except for 2 small ones at Whampoa Garden but you'd know them if you live in the area, and won't need to know them if you don't)

    If you don't mind a more UK traditional type learning, definitely try for Anfield. I once took my kiddo to see a theatre show and noticed that the discipline the Anfield kids showed while lining up was amazing. (compared with another Kindie who also attended but I don't wanna name them) The teachers all seemed very kind and loving as well.
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    Mrs. P, be aware that not all local schools are down to earth. Some pretigious local schools have kids who may have three helpers at home and never need to lift a finger, with a stack of money on their desk as allowance every Monday morning (real case). Research every school you plan to put your child in. There's always a give & take for every school we choose.
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    I think I'll try Anfield...for K1
    I heard also about YMCA beacon center seems good..

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    Yes, YMCA is good. When it comes to K1 there are lots of options. You might want to look ahead and research on thorough schools as well :)
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    What about Greenfield at olympic? does anyone know much about it?

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