Our school was granted $15,485from the Education Bureau under the “Promotion of Reading Grant for Kindergartens Pilot Scheme” in 2022/23 for purchasing books and promoting reading activities.
Our school was granted $20,000 from the EDB’s “Kindergarten Education Scheme Enhancement Grant for School Websites” to help improve our school’s website.
Our school was granted $2,000 for the maintenance of green areas and $2,000 for green activities under the 2022/23 “Green School Subsidy Scheme”.
Our school received a donation of “Play with Kids” Parent-Child Boxes from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust for children aged 3-6, to enhance parent-child relationships and to help promote family harmonious environment.
Our school participated in the Hong Kong Broadband Network’s “Home Learning Support Scheme” and successfully applied for tablets, data cards and Wi-Fi modems for low-income families to help support children while they learned at home during the pandemic.
In order to support the school for the difficulties in operation induced by the global pandemic, the EDB provided a one-off “Special Grant for Pandemic Prevention Measures” in March 2022.
Our school received a special grant from the Social Welfare Department to help operate the Child Care Centre, and Pandemic Prevention Grant for purchasing personal protective items, and for disinfecting and cleaning the campus.
Our school participated in the three-year CoolPlay Project hosted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education and IVE to promote the development of STEM education for local children.
Our school participated in the “Disaster Preparedness Education Program” conducted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) and IED, and designed AR picture books and teaching kits to promote disaster prevention education at an early childhood level.
Our school participated in the “JC Kindergarten Digital Capacity Enhancement Scheme” organized by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, in which we received funding to purchase electronic devices for online teaching.
Our school received seedlings from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department under the “One Person, One Flower Scheme” and “Planting Herbs in School Scheme”.