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LAI KING RHENISH NURSERY
Address: 1/F, BLOCK 5, YEUNG KING HOUSE, LAI KING ESTATE, KWAI CHUNG, NEW TERRITORIES
Tel.: 2742 1714
Fax: 2310 8376
School No.
564630
Location No.
0001
Joining
2021/22 KG Education Scheme
School Information
School Category
Non-profit-making
Student Category
Co-educational
Name of School Supervisor
MR YUEN TIM CHUNG
Name of School Principal
MS LAU YI TING
School Founding Year
1979
Total No. of Permitted Accommodation
of Classrooms in Use (Data as of Sept. 2020)
91
Number of Registered Classrooms
Not applicable
Outdoor Playground
No
Indoor Playground
Yes
Music Room
Yes
Other Special Room(s) / Area(s)
Multi-function rooms
Total No. of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
11
School Website
http://lkc.ppe.rhenish.org
Quality Review: Result and Report
Meeting the prescribed standards
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/tc/edu-system/preprimary-kindergarten/quality-assurance-framework/qr/qr-report/LaiKing_Rhenish.pdf
No. & Qualification of Principal & Teaching Staff (Data as of Oct. 2020)*
Academic Qualification
Degree holders
4
Non-degree holders
7
Professional Qualification
C(ECE) or above
10
Qualified KG teachers
1
Other teacher trainings
0
Qualified assistant KG teachers
0
Others
0
*Excluding staff serving aged 0-2
Teacher to Pupil Ratio (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Teacher to pupil ratio in morning session 1:6.9
Teacher to pupil ratio in afternoon session 1:6.1
Ratio includes classes aged 2-3 Yes
No. of Enrolment (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG Total
AM Session
3 0 0 3
PM Session
0 0 0 0
WD Session
20 17 21 58
Annual Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG
Annual Fees After Deduction of Government Subsidy
(No. of Instalment)
AM Session Free Free Free
PM Session - - -
WD Session $10,980 (12) $10,980 (12) $10,980 (12)
Please refer to the Fees Certificate for details of fees information.
Child Care Services (Data as of Oct. 2020)
With child care services for children aged 2-3 Yes
Fee level (per annum)
half-day full-day
$29,760 $52,272
With child care services for children aged under 2
No
No. of enrolment aged 2-3
15
Joining Child Care Centre Subsidy Scheme
Yes
Providing occasional child care services
Yes
Providing extended hours services
Yes
The following information was provided by school.
Curriculum Details
Curriculum type
Local
Curriculum planning
The overall curriculum design is modelled on early childhood development theories and tailored to individual class’ physical and mental development, interest in learning and more, with adjustments to be made in response to the needs of individual children. We emphasize teacher-student interaction and hands-on experience to enhance children's learning motivation and curiosity and life skills through games, visits and experimental activities. We employ native-speaking English and Putonghua teachers to provide bilingual communications opportunities which aims to promote children's language development and enhance their biliterate and trilingual abilities.
We will follow the "Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide" (2017) to plan curriculum. Children of nursery classes will not be asked to write, and there will not be mechanical copying exercises and drills on calculation.
Learning / Teaching approach and activities
Using subject matters deeply relevant to the daily life experiences of young children, we adopts an integrated activities approach to arrange collective and group learning activities for children where they can learn to cooperate with others from an early age; while an diversified learning area provides children the opportunity to plan and conduct their personal learning activities to inspire independent learning , unleash their academic potential, promote proactive exploration and thinking skills and enhance balanced developments in knowledge, skills and attitudes. Since we emphasize learning from daily life experience of young children, we frequently take our students outside the campus and learn from real situations in the community to broaden their horizons and knowledge base. Our focus on young childen’s language development is at such that we have developed our school-based programmes , including : "Pre-writing Training Course", "Learn to Write" and "English Phonological Awareness Training" to help children develop their language abilities .
Assessment of children’s learning experiences
1. The use of continuous assessment; 2. Assessment based on everyday activities, so that children can demonstrate their specific abilities in a more practical setting. 3. Source of assessment information from teachers, parents and children; 4. "Early childhood development portfolios" offer comprehensive, systematic recording and reporting on children's development.
School Characteristics
School vision and mission
1. Mission: To nurture all-round development of children in their moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual aspects development in the Love of Christ. 2. Vision: To provide quality early education, and allow them to develop abilities of lifelong benefits.
Support to students
1. Parents’ assembly for new entrants, orientation activities for new entrants, simulation programme for entering Primary One and more. 2. Wide variety of extra-curricular activities and interest activities, such as: visits, outings, outdoor learning activities and more 3. Partnerships with different schools and social service agencies in the district to organized activities for children and parents.
Support to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students
No information
Support to students with special needs
For children with special learning needs, provide training and learning opportunities on a case-integrate them into the mainstream of school life. This service is subject to registration and application by the Social Welfare Department's Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services.
Parent-teacher association
No
Other activities / communication with parents
1. Communication channels: day-to-day communications, student handbook, circulars, notes, monthly newsletters, parent newsletters and others. 2. Parents activity: parents’ assembly, Parents' Day, family outings, parent-child activities and others. 3. Nurture our children: parent seminars, workshops, individual consultations and others. 4. School Participation: Parent volunteers, parent- led activities, advise on school development advice and others.
Major Paid Items Reference Price (2020/21 School Year)
Summer uniform
$190-210 / set
Winter uniform
$280-300 / set
School bag
$70-90 / each
Tea and snacks
Nil
Textbooks
$700-1000 / year
Exercise books/workbooks
$500-600 / year
Stationery
$150-250 / year
Bedding items
$300-350 / set
Monthly Salary Range of Principal & Teaching Staff (Data as of Mar. 2021)
  • (i) ≤ $30,000
  • (ii) $30,001 - $40,000
  • (iii) > $40,000
working half day
working whole day
Working Experience of Principal & Teaching Staff in Pre-primary Education (Data as of Mar. 2021)
  • (i) < 4 years
  • (ii) 4-7 years
  • (iii) > 7 years
2019/20 School Expenditure Information
Expenditure information based on audited account Being Audited
  • (i) Salary of principal & teaching staff
  • (ii) Non-teaching staff salary
  • (iii) Rent, management fees, rates
    & government rent
  • (iv) Teaching resources
  • (v) Staff training & professional development
  • (vi) Other expenses
Admission Application (2022/23 School Year)
Application form download Please refer to the school website
Application period Applications are available all year round
Other Approved Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Application fee
$0
Registration fee
Half-day session $750
Whole-day session $1,500
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LAI KING RHENISH NURSERY
Address: 1/F, BLOCK 5, YEUNG KING HOUSE, LAI KING ESTATE, KWAI CHUNG, NEW TERRITORIES
Tel: 2742 1714
Fax: 2310 8376
School No.
564630
Location No.
0001
Joining
2021/22 KG Education Scheme
School Information
School Category
Non-profit-making
Student Category
Co-educational
Name of School Supervisor
MR YUEN TIM CHUNG
Name of School Principal
MS LAU YI TING
School Founding Year
1979
Total No. of Permitted Accommodation
of Classrooms in Use
(Data as of Sept. 2020)
91
Number of Registered Classrooms
Not applicable
Outdoor Playground
No
Indoor Playground
Yes
Music Room
Yes
Other Special Room(s) / Area(s)
Multi-function rooms
Total No. of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
11
School Website
http://lkc.ppe.rhenish.org
Quality Review: Result and Report
Meeting the prescribed standards
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/tc/edu-system/preprimary-kindergarten/quality-assurance-framework/qr/qr-report/LaiKing_Rhenish.pdf
No. & Qualification of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
Academic Qualification
Degree holders
4
Non-degree holders
7
Professional Qualification
C(ECE) or above
10
Qualified KG teachers
1
Other teacher trainings
0
Qualified assistant KG teachers
0
Others
0
*Excluding staff serving aged 0-2
Teacher to Pupil Ratio (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Teacher to pupil ratio in morning session
1:6.9
Teacher to pupil ratio in afternoon session
1:6.1
Ratio includes classes aged 2-3
Yes
No. of Enrolment (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG Total
AM Session
3 0 0 3
PM Session
0 0 0 0
WD Session
20 17 21 58
Annual Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG
Annual Fees After Deduction of Government Subsidy
(No. of Instalment)
AM Session Free Free Free
PM Session - - -
WD Session $10,980 (12) $10,980 (12) $10,980 (12)
Please refer to the Fees Certificate for details of fees information.
Child Care Services (Data as of Oct. 2020)
With child care services for children aged 2-3
Yes
Fee level (per annum)
half-day full-day
$29,760 $52,272
With child care services for children aged under 2
No
No. of enrolment aged 2-3
15
Joining Child Care Centre Subsidy Scheme
Yes
Providing occasional child care services
Yes
Providing extended hours services
Yes
The following information was provided by school.
Curriculum Details
Curriculum type
Local
Curriculum planning
The overall curriculum design is modelled on early childhood development theories and tailored to individual class’ physical and mental development, interest in learning and more, with adjustments to be made in response to the needs of individual children. We emphasize teacher-student interaction and hands-on experience to enhance children's learning motivation and curiosity and life skills through games, visits and experimental activities. We employ native-speaking English and Putonghua teachers to provide bilingual communications opportunities which aims to promote children's language development and enhance their biliterate and trilingual abilities.
We will follow the "Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide" (2017) to plan curriculum. Children of nursery classes will not be asked to write, and there will not be mechanical copying exercises and drills on calculation.
Learning / Teaching approach and activities
Using subject matters deeply relevant to the daily life experiences of young children, we adopts an integrated activities approach to arrange collective and group learning activities for children where they can learn to cooperate with others from an early age; while an diversified learning area provides children the opportunity to plan and conduct their personal learning activities to inspire independent learning , unleash their academic potential, promote proactive exploration and thinking skills and enhance balanced developments in knowledge, skills and attitudes. Since we emphasize learning from daily life experience of young children, we frequently take our students outside the campus and learn from real situations in the community to broaden their horizons and knowledge base. Our focus on young childen’s language development is at such that we have developed our school-based programmes , including : "Pre-writing Training Course", "Learn to Write" and "English Phonological Awareness Training" to help children develop their language abilities .
Assessment of children’s learning experiences
1. The use of continuous assessment; 2. Assessment based on everyday activities, so that children can demonstrate their specific abilities in a more practical setting. 3. Source of assessment information from teachers, parents and children; 4. "Early childhood development portfolios" offer comprehensive, systematic recording and reporting on children's development.
School Characteristics
School vision and mission
1. Mission: To nurture all-round development of children in their moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic and spiritual aspects development in the Love of Christ. 2. Vision: To provide quality early education, and allow them to develop abilities of lifelong benefits.
Support to students
1. Parents’ assembly for new entrants, orientation activities for new entrants, simulation programme for entering Primary One and more. 2. Wide variety of extra-curricular activities and interest activities, such as: visits, outings, outdoor learning activities and more 3. Partnerships with different schools and social service agencies in the district to organized activities for children and parents.
Support to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students
No information
Support to students with special needs
For children with special learning needs, provide training and learning opportunities on a case-integrate them into the mainstream of school life. This service is subject to registration and application by the Social Welfare Department's Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services.
Parent-teacher association
No
Other activities / communication with parents
1. Communication channels: day-to-day communications, student handbook, circulars, notes, monthly newsletters, parent newsletters and others. 2. Parents activity: parents’ assembly, Parents' Day, family outings, parent-child activities and others. 3. Nurture our children: parent seminars, workshops, individual consultations and others. 4. School Participation: Parent volunteers, parent- led activities, advise on school development advice and others.
Major Paid Items Reference Price (2020/21 School Year)
Summer uniform
$190-210 / set
Winter uniform
$280-300 / set
School bag
$70-90 / each
Tea and snacks
Nil
Textbooks
$700-1000 / year
Exercise books / workbooks
$500-600 / year
Stationery
$150-250 / year
Bedding items
$300-350 / set
Monthly Salary Range of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Mar. 2021)
  • (i) ≤ $30,000
  • (ii) $30,001 - $40,000
  • (iii) > $40,000
working half day
working whole day
Working Experience of Principal & Teaching Staff in Pre-primary Education
(Data as of Mar. 2021)
  • (i) < 4 years
  • (ii) 4 - 7 years
  • (iii) > 7 years
2019/20 School Expenditure Information
Expenditure information based on audited account Being Audited
  • (i) Salary of principal & teaching staff
  • (ii) Non-teaching staff salary
  • (iii) Rent, management fees, rates & government rent
  • (iv) Teaching resources
  • (v) Staff training & professional development
  • (vi) Other expenses
Admission Application (2022/23 School Year)
Application form download Please refer to the school website
Application period Applications are available all year round
Other Approved Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Application fee
$0
Registration fee
Half-day session $750
Whole-day session $1,500