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Invictus Kindergarten offers a well-rounded bilingual education in both English and Mandarin to help your child build a strong foundation for the future. We seek to foster your child’s leadership, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking skills so that they develop a lifelong love of learning.

Invictus Kindergarten has a maximum teacher to student ratio of 1:12 so that students can have close interaction with teachers, which allows teachers to individually tailor next steps for your child’s development. The school provides students with experiences that go beyond the classroom, helping them become resilient, responsible, independent learners, and eventually confident adults. Students learn cross-cultural awareness at an early age which will serve them as well as they grow into their role as global citizens of the world.

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Tseung Kwan O Campus

Invictus Kindergarten is located in the new Monterey waterside development in Tseung Kwan O, with the commercial areas of Kowloon East in one direction, and the mountains, islands, and beaches of Sai Kung and Clearwater Bay in the other. We are a short walk or minibus ride from Tseung Kwan O MTR station, providing an easy and reliable link to the rest of Hong Kong.

Early Childhood Education Curriculum in Hong Kong

We utilise the International Early Years Curriculum which is used in over 500 schools in 60 countries worldwide. Through 18 themed topics, the IEYC has a clear process of learning with specific learning goals for every subject area, as well as for personal learning and international-mindedness. It is designed around eight learning principles, which are essential to a child’s development, and four learning strands. The learning strands, which include interdependence and independence, communication, enquiring and healthy living and physical wellbeing, run through the themed units of work.

The IEYC provides quality international education and sets a strong foundation for future learning as students progress onto the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) in primary school.

A typical school year at Invictus is from August to June with a two-week break in December.

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