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PRECIOUS BLOOD KINDERGARTEN
Address: 9 HOLLY ROAD, HAPPY VALLEY, HONG KONG
Tel.: 2572 3773
Fax: 2832 4012
School No.
133019
Location No.
0001
Joining
2021/22 KG Education Scheme
School Information
School Category
Non-profit-making
Student Category
Co-educational
Name of School Supervisor
SR AU YI MAN AGNES
Name of School Principal
SR KAM LAI CHENG
School Founding Year
1945
Total No. of Permitted Accommodation
of Classrooms in Use (Data as of Sept. 2020)
680
Number of Registered Classrooms
9
Outdoor Playground
Yes
Indoor Playground
Yes
Music Room
Yes
Other Special Room(s) / Area(s)
Play Room 、English Corner
Total No. of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
34
School Website
http://www.pbk.edu.hk
Quality Review: Result and Report
Meeting the prescribed standards
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/en/edu-system/preprimary-kindergarten/quality-assurance-framework/qr/qr-report/PreciousBlood.pdf
No. & Qualification of Principal & Teaching Staff (Data as of Oct. 2020)*
Academic Qualification
Degree holders
27
Non-degree holders
7
Professional Qualification
C(ECE) or above
34
Qualified KG teachers
0
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 1:9.0
Teacher to pupil ratio in afternoon session 1:7.7
Ratio includes classes aged 2-3 No
No. of Enrolment (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG Total
AM Session
98 105 102 305
PM Session
81 97 84 262
WD Session
0 0 0 0
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 Free Free Free
WD Session - - -
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 -
Fee level (per annum)
half-day full-day
- -
With child care services for children aged under 2
-
No. of enrolment aged 2-3
0
Joining Child Care Centre Subsidy Scheme
-
Providing occasional child care services
-
Providing extended hours services
-
The following information was provided by school.
Curriculum Details
Curriculum type
Local
Curriculum planning
Centred on children, we arrange balanced and appropriate curriculum according to children’s physical and mental development and learning interests. According to the six learning categories and different themes, we lead the children to actively explore, think and learn from games and experience, so as to enrich their life experience and acquire integrated knowledge.

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.
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
Learning/Teaching Approach and Activities
Through positive education, we help children develop a positive attitude; and establish a harmonious relationship with others and nature with a caring and grateful heart. \n2. We implement open and process-focused activity teaching and provide whole-class and group classes. We also design discussion sessions, sharing-time and exploration activities to let children explore and discover independently and expand their life experiences. \n3. We apply high-scope teaching concepts and modes and set up interesting learning areas in the learning environment to help children gain from different learning experiences. Through a high-scope teaching process of “planning, work and review”, we enable children to learn how to make choices and solve problems, help them construct knowledge and improve their active learning ability.
Assessment of children’s learning experiences
Putting emphasis on children's physical and mental development and life experiences, we also evaluate children's academic performances and development in other aspects based on on-going observation, records and analysis. More specifically, we set up a “Children’s Study Portfolio” to collect students' personal data, work and performance in various subjects.
School Characteristics
School vision and mission
Focusing on the children, we strive to provide holistic education to teach children to love God and people, build up self-confidence, learn in an initiative manner and have a life-long love for learning. We aim to make our students “healthy, active and creative”.
Support to students
1. New students adaption period, orientation programme and parents’ meeting for new students. \n2. We respect the uniqueness of every child, focus on children with special needs and provide appropriate support for them. \n3. We provide high-grade children with effective support to prepare them for P.1 school life and hold P.1 admission seminars for their parents.
Support to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students
Received Grant for Support to NCS Students; create an enriched language environment for mastery of the Chinese language; create an inclusive learning environment to facilitate students' integration; There are only a few non-Chinese speaking students in our school.They can all integrate into their studies.
Support to students with special needs
Joining the speech therapy on-site service organised by Uncle James Child Development Centre and we have a social worker on duty four days a week at school.
Parent-teacher association
Yes
Other activities / communication with parents
Parents' day, parents class observation, parent-child trips, parent-child creative work and workshops, parental experience sharing and seminars. Contact through web, parent platform, SMS, teachers’ emails, home-school publication, etc.
Major Paid Items Reference Price (2020/21 School Year)
Summer uniform
Nil
Winter uniform
Nil
School bag
$115 / each
Tea and snacks
$730 / year
Textbooks
Nil
Exercise books/workbooks
$182-400 / year
Stationery
$265-287 / year
Bedding items
Nil
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 Yes
  • (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 Application Period is not available
Other Approved Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Application fee
$40
Registration fee
Half-day session $970
Whole-day session No whole-day session
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PRECIOUS BLOOD KINDERGARTEN
Address: 9 HOLLY ROAD, HAPPY VALLEY, HONG KONG
Tel: 2572 3773
Fax: 2832 4012
School No.
133019
Location No.
0001
Joining
2021/22 KG Education Scheme
School Information
School Category
Non-profit-making
Student Category
Co-educational
Name of School Supervisor
SR AU YI MAN AGNES
Name of School Principal
SR KAM LAI CHENG
School Founding Year
1945
Total No. of Permitted Accommodation
of Classrooms in Use
(Data as of Sept. 2020)
680
Number of Registered Classrooms
9
Outdoor Playground
Yes
Indoor Playground
Yes
Music Room
Yes
Other Special Room(s) / Area(s)
Play Room 、English Corner
Total No. of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
34
School Website
http://www.pbk.edu.hk
Quality Review: Result and Report
Meeting the prescribed standards
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/en/edu-system/preprimary-kindergarten/quality-assurance-framework/qr/qr-report/PreciousBlood.pdf
No. & Qualification of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Oct. 2020)*
Academic Qualification
Degree holders
27
Non-degree holders
7
Professional Qualification
C(ECE) or above
34
Qualified KG teachers
0
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
1:9.0
Teacher to pupil ratio in afternoon session
1:7.7
Ratio includes classes aged 2-3
No
No. of Enrolment (Data as of Oct. 2020)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG Total
AM Session
98 105 102 305
PM Session
81 97 84 262
WD Session
0 0 0 0
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 Free Free Free
WD Session - - -
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
-
Fee level (per annum)
half-day full-day
- -
With child care services for children aged under 2
-
No. of enrolment aged 2-3
0
Joining Child Care Centre Subsidy Scheme
-
Providing occasional child care services
-
Providing extended hours services
-
The following information was provided by school.
Curriculum Details
Curriculum type
Local
Curriculum planning
Centred on children, we arrange balanced and appropriate curriculum according to children’s physical and mental development and learning interests. According to the six learning categories and different themes, we lead the children to actively explore, think and learn from games and experience, so as to enrich their life experience and acquire integrated knowledge.

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.
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
Learning/Teaching Approach and Activities
Through positive education, we help children develop a positive attitude; and establish a harmonious relationship with others and nature with a caring and grateful heart. \n2. We implement open and process-focused activity teaching and provide whole-class and group classes. We also design discussion sessions, sharing-time and exploration activities to let children explore and discover independently and expand their life experiences. \n3. We apply high-scope teaching concepts and modes and set up interesting learning areas in the learning environment to help children gain from different learning experiences. Through a high-scope teaching process of “planning, work and review”, we enable children to learn how to make choices and solve problems, help them construct knowledge and improve their active learning ability.
Assessment of children’s learning experiences
Putting emphasis on children's physical and mental development and life experiences, we also evaluate children's academic performances and development in other aspects based on on-going observation, records and analysis. More specifically, we set up a “Children’s Study Portfolio” to collect students' personal data, work and performance in various subjects.
School Characteristics
School vision and mission
Focusing on the children, we strive to provide holistic education to teach children to love God and people, build up self-confidence, learn in an initiative manner and have a life-long love for learning. We aim to make our students “healthy, active and creative”.
Support to students
1. New students adaption period, orientation programme and parents’ meeting for new students. \n2. We respect the uniqueness of every child, focus on children with special needs and provide appropriate support for them. \n3. We provide high-grade children with effective support to prepare them for P.1 school life and hold P.1 admission seminars for their parents.
Support to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students
Received Grant for Support to NCS Students; create an enriched language environment for mastery of the Chinese language; create an inclusive learning environment to facilitate students' integration; There are only a few non-Chinese speaking students in our school.They can all integrate into their studies.create an enriched language environment for mastery of the Chinese language; create an inclusive learning environment to facilitate students' integration; There are only a few non-Chinese speaking students in our school.They can all integrate into their studies.
Support to students with special needs
Joining the speech therapy on-site service organised by Uncle James Child Development Centre and we have a social worker on duty four days a week at school.
Parent-teacher association
Yes
Other activities / communication with parents
Parents' day, parents class observation, parent-child trips, parent-child creative work and workshops, parental experience sharing and seminars. Contact through web, parent platform, SMS, teachers’ emails, home-school publication, etc.
Major Paid Items Reference Price (2020/21 School Year)
Summer uniform
Nil
Winter uniform
Nil
School bag
$115 / each
Tea and snacks
$730 / year
Textbooks
Nil
Exercise books / workbooks
$182-400 / year
Stationery
$265-287 / year
Bedding items
Nil
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 Yes
  • (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 Application Period is not available
Other Approved Fees (2021/22 School Year)
Application fee
$40
Registration fee
Half-day session $970
Whole-day session No whole-day session