from the Principal
I am grateful to the Heavenly Father for allowing me to work in a place full of "love" in St. Peter's Church Kindergarten (Stanley) and St. Peter's Church Nursery (Stanley). The children here are full of sunshine and vitality. They often put smiles on my face, I also like to share my life with them. In recent times, I would also like to thank the parents for their support, trust, and love. They are willing to be parent volunteers and actively participate in the work of the kindergarten. When parents and schools work together we can demonstrate the beautiful spirit of home-school cooperation. Colleagues establish a good relationship, everyone helps and loves each other, and work together to promote the development of the school.
The kindergarten provides care and education services in the spirit of Christ, so that children can have a balanced development in moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual aspects. We also follow the Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guideline of the Education Bureau: "Joyful Learning Through Play Balance Development All the Way” determined the direction and goals of education. Children are naturally curious and like to play, cooperate and imitate with others. Our teachers will choose life-like themes when planning activities, provide interesting learning experiences, and give children the freedom to explore and discover opportunities to find new learnings. In the process of interacting through games, children learn the skills needed to use language to communicate with each other and express their opinions, which is more beneficial to the development of language expression ability, social skills, problem-solving ability and self-confidence. Games drive children to learn, feel happy, interested, successful and gain valuable experience in the growth stage of their childhood.
I enjoy the profession of early childhood education very much. The teaching process brings me a sense of success and satisfaction. I like to tell stories and play games with students while building friendships with them along the way. When I grow up, I will often come back to visit and greet each one of them. I think we should care about each other's current situation, be able to witness the growth of children and become the driving force for their hard work. I hope to continue working in this kindergarten full of "love" and cultivate our future pillars. I will lead the school team to face challenges, overcome difficulties, and work together to practice the school motto "Train up the child so that he will walk in the way he should go. Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 The mission is to let children grow up happily and build a solid and good foundation so that every child can realize their potential. That is the meaning of early childhood education.