PARENT & STUDENT HANDBOOK EARLY YEARS 2022–23
Our Core Values We respect the needs and rights of each member of our community. ● ● ● ● ●
We show care, kindness and compassion to others. We are supportive of each other. We embrace diversity and celebrate individuality. We are responsible and honest in our actions. We value personal identity and a global mindset.
Our Mission We provide an outstanding holistic international education to students in an inclusive and nurturing learning environment. We seek to inspire and empower students to succeed in fulﬁlling their individual potential as global citizens in a rapidly changing world.
Our Aims ● ● ●
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To promote a culture of excellence in teaching and learning. To provide a broad and balanced curriculum that reﬂects the international nature of the DBIS student community. To encourage internationalism, providing students with the skills, dispositions and knowledge to participate in an increasingly interconnected world. To ensure a supportive, happy and secure environment for learning. To develop leadership skills and a sense of service to others through a range of extracurricular opportunities locally and internationally. To encourage the physical and emotional wellbeing of each individual. To use innovative pedagogy and technology to enrich learning. To work in partnership with parents, alumni and the local and wider community in the ongoing development of the school. To foster a learning community where every student, teacher, staﬀ member, parent and DBIS alumni has an ongoing passion for learning.
Contents Welcome to DBIS Early Years
The DBIS Learner Proﬁle
Teaching & Learning at DBIS Early Years
The DBIS Learner Proﬁle
Key Dates & Events
School Hours & Contact Details
WELCOME TO DBIS EARLY YEARS Discovery Bay International School’s Early Years phase consists of Nursery and Reception at the Early Years campus as well as Early Years 1 (EY1) and Early Years 2 (EY2) at the Main campus. Our Nursery and Reception children follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS), and our children in EY1 and EY2 follow the Key Stage 1 National Curriculum of England. Our curricula are adapted and personalised to suit our international context and are delivered through a play-based pedagogy that is progressive in nature as children move through the phase. The non-statutory ‘Birth to 5 Matters’ guidance and the ‘Every child matters’ document are used to support the delivery of our curriculum in Nursery and Reception. Our Early Years phase places the children at the centre of all that we do, and our approach to teaching and learning is inspired by the principles of Reggio Emilia, where respect, responsibility and community lie at the heart of our practice. We view children as having extraordinary potential for learning and the ability to form their own understandings of the world around them. Our focus is upon nurturing creative, resilient and independent learners who are excited and conﬁdent to experiment and explore through play and active learning. The Characteristics of Eﬀective Learning and the DBIS Learner Proﬁle provide the foundations to support children in becoming lifelong learners and critical thinkers. Supporting the development of diﬀerent learning dispositions, behaviours and habits is an important part of our approach to teaching and learning within the Early Years. We oﬀer a curriculum and experience which begins in Nursery and ﬁnishes in EY2, at which point the children are fully prepared to transition to the Primary phase of the school. Our children are supported to take risks, think critically and develop understandings by exploring through play. This experience is underpinned by our 02
child-centred, personalised learning approach, which supports the development of the whole child and recognises the magic of childhood. Teachers and educational assistants are seen as partners and co-adventurers in the children’s learning journey, ensuring learning is continually placed in a meaningful context by engaging with the children’s interests and ideas. Our children experience authentic learning opportunities such as woodwork, Forest School and Beach School. We pride ourselves on our child-led, Reggio Emilia-inspired learning environments, which support opportunities for open-ended inquiry. We place great importance on positive relationships and interactions amongst all members of our Early Years community as these support our holistic and inclusive approach. We derive much of our strength from the surrounding community; therefore, establishing and maintaining supportive relationships is key to our Early Years ethos. By working together, we can ensure that all children in our Early Years phase continue to value and enjoy their time here, that they are suﬃciently challenged and supported in their learning and that they realise their potential in a happy and nurturing environment. After reading this booklet, you will gain a sense of how our warm and caring environment, as well as the provision of opportunities for stimulating, play-based learning, inspire our children to become curious, independent learners who demonstrate awe and wonder of the world around them. Hannah Tait Head of Early Years 03
STAFF Our school community is made up of many teams all working together across Nursery, Reception, Early Years 1 (EY1) and Early Years 2 (EY2) to support your children. Each team has a speciﬁc responsibility for an area of the school’s operations. The list below provides some information about the relationships within, and the organisation of, the Early Years phase of DBIS. EARLY YEARS LEADERSHIP TEAM
Stuart Bridge Head of School firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Tait Head of Early Years email@example.com
Lyndsey Coote Deputy Head of Early Years firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruth Brislen-Patel Assistant Head of Early Years email@example.com
YEAR GROUP & CURRICULUM LEADERS Nursery & Reception Year Group Leader
EY1 Year Group Leader & Assistant Head of Early Years
EY2 Year Group Leader
Mathematics & Experiential Learning Curriculum Lead
English & Discovery Curriculum Lead
Head of Wellbeing
CLASS TEACHERS Nursery – Seaside
Nursery – Starlight
Reception – Safari
Reception – Harbour
Reception – Castle
EY1 – Sea Otters
EY1 – Tigers
EY1 – Cheetahs
EY1 – Snow Leopards
EY2 – Kākāpōs
EY2 – Pandas
EY2 – White Rhinos
SPECIALIST STAFF School Counsellor
Jenah Luo, Morna Shum, Cindy Xin & Carol Li
Serena Clark (Head of Learning Enhancement), Sarah Beattie, Kristine Wills & Courtney Coll
Nilangi Thotawatte, Melanie Foti & Lolita Tupas 05
ADMINISTRATION Early Years Campus Administration Oﬃcer
EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANTS (EAs) Nursery – Seaside
Nursery – Starlight
Reception – Safari
Reception – Harbour
Reception – Castle
Nursery & Reception
EY Campus Supporting EAs
Timothy Yan, Julie Buddle & Christine Corbett-Gallos
EY1 – Sea Otters
EY1 – Tigers
Rose Talamayan Smith
EY1 – Cheetahs
EY1 – Snow Leopards
EY2 – Kākāpōs
EY2 – Pandas
EY2 – White Rhinos
SPECIALIST SUPPORT STAFF Physical Education
Susie Sun, Wendy Shi, Trista Xu & Anny Chen
Tamara Quinn (EY campus) & Kate Yarnell (Main campus)
EY Campus Resources
TEACHING & LEARNING AT DBIS EARLY YEARS In the Early Years phase of the school, we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum (EYFS) and the Key Stage 1 National Curriculum for England, which are tailored to meet the needs of our unique international community. We believe play is a powerful vehicle for children’s learning and that it promotes the highest standards of learning and development for children between the ages of three and seven. Our Early Years curriculum is complemented by our specialist teaching in Music, Mandarin, Physical Education (PE) and Learning Technologies. In addition, our children visit the library on a weekly basis. Our Forest and Beach School programmes, and our woodwork opportunities, help to provide authentic learning experiences for our children, enabling them to rehearse and practice skills and enrich their learning. Our experiential learning opportunities support the development of the whole child and help cultivate attributes for lifelong learning. Our approach to teaching and learning in the Early Years is informed by the best available research and evidence on child development between the ages of three and seven. The learning experience reﬂects the broad range of skills, knowledge and understanding children need as foundations for a successful future. We guide the development of the children’s capabilities with a view to ensuring that they complete the Early Years ready to embrace the opportunities that lie ahead of them in the Primary phase and beyond.
Our DBIS Curriculum Handbook provides more detailed information of our Early Years Curriculum and approach to teaching and learning. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING From the day that they are born, children are powerful learners. They can develop strong behaviours, habits and dispositions that will support them throughout their learning journey and help them to self-regulate both cognitively and emotionally. It is our job as adults to foster these attributes and characteristics in each child as they grow and control their processes of thinking and learning. In the Early Years, our environments are carefully planned to ensure the children are able to develop these characteristics. The three characteristics learning are: ●
Playing and exploring – children investigate and experience things and ‘have a go’. Active learning – children concentrate and keep trying even if they encounter diﬃculties, and they enjoy achieving what they set out to do. Creating and thinking critically – children have and develop their own ideas, make links between ideas and develop strategies for doing things.
THE DBIS LEARNER PROFILE The DBIS Learner Proﬁle further supports the children to grow as learners and global citizens. In the Early Years, our Learner Proﬁle Characters support the children in becoming familiar with each attribute and with how the attributes support their growth as a learner. Our children are positively recognised as they develop competence and capability in the different attributes.
I am curious and motivated to learn. I am committed, adaptable and resilient, and I learn from my mistakes.
I am reﬂective and thoughtful and consider how my actions impact myself and others. I believe that more eﬀort or a diﬀerent approach will pay oﬀ.
I am empowered to lead others. I respectfully communicate with others and demonstrate ﬂexibility. I value honesty, kindness and equality.
I am aware of my responsibilities, and I courageously make good choices to help other people, my community and the environment.
I enjoy ﬁnding out new things. I am a risk-taker and learn by trial and error. I set myself goals, and I plan to ﬁnd solutions.
I am inquisitive and imaginative. I make connections to further my understanding, which helps me to create new ideas.
I can work independently. I can work collaboratively with others to achieve an end goal.
I organise and share my ideas clearly and conﬁdently, and I show active listening to others.
Logos designed by our Early Years children
REPORTING COMMUNICATING WITH PARENTS We believe parents are our children’s ﬁrst teachers, and we will therefore continually engage with you regarding your child’s learning journey. In addition, there will be diﬀerent points in the year at which we will formally meet with you or report on your child’s learning and development: Parent–Teacher Conferences Three Parent–Teacher Conferences (PTCs) take place during the year, in August, December and March. Formal Reports One long report detailing your child’s attainment and achievement in all areas of the curriculum will be issued at the end of Term 3. Should your child leave DBIS Early Years part way through the year, parents can request an interim report which shares your child’s learning and development throughout the year to date.
GENERAL INFORMATION EXTRACURRICULAR CLUBS A range of extracurricular activities (ECAs) is available to all children at DBIS at no additional cost. Each term, you will be notiﬁed of the ECAs available to your child’s age group and provided with information on how to register an interest in joining. There is no limit to the number of ECAs your child can join; however, some have a maximum capacity. PICK UP CARDS We expect all children in the Early Years to be collected from school by an adult. Children will be dismissed one by one from their classroom to the care of their supervising adult. In order to maintain the highest standards in safeguarding and child protection, you will need to apply for DBIS photo identity cards for the people who will pick up your child on a regular basis. The names of these adults should be communicated to your child’s class teacher. If you arrange for your child to go on a play date or to be picked up by someone who is not on the regular pick up list, you will need to inform your child’s class teacher and ensure you provide their full name as they will need to verify their identity when collecting your child. Anyone (including those on the pick up list) who arrive at school without the card will need to go to the oﬃce to sign the child out. We will never release a child to someone who is not on the pick up list without arrangements being made prior. VALUABLES & TOYS We recognise the importance of engaging with the children’s interests in order to
enhance the learning process, so please do keep us up to date with your child’s interests as they emerge so we can reﬂect these within the learning environment. We kindly ask that, unless requested speciﬁcally for a topic by your child’s teacher, that personal toys remain at home. SMART WATCHES Smart watches are permitted in school; however, the mobile phone function must be disabled during school hours. We kindly ask that smart watches are only used for telling the time. Students who use their smart watches for playing games or making phone calls will be asked to remove them. LOST PROPERTY At the Early Years campus, all lost and found items are handed to the reception desk. At the Main campus, all lost and found items at are kept in the cupboards in the covered area by the Year 1 and 2 classrooms. We ask that all student clothing is clearly labelled with the child’s name. At speciﬁc times throughout the year, we will put all lost and found items on display, and if unclaimed, we will donate these items to one of our school charities.
SCHOOL NURSE An onsite school Nurse meets the medical needs of the children on a day-to-day basis working closely with teachers and parents to do so. The school is unable to administer medicines to children unless a permission form has been completed via the online Parent Portal.
School trips form an integral part of our school curriculum, and we like to immerse our students in learning outside the classroom wherever we can. We have immediate access to the mountains and beaches here in Discovery Bay, and the children love to learn outside. All parents are regularly asked to sign an online permission form, which gives students advance permission to attend all local school trips.
Please notify the school if you are planning to take a trip out of town for more than a day. The school oﬃce will require details of appointed guardians and emergency telephone numbers.
PERSONAL INFORMATION It is very important for the school to have complete, up-to-date information about all of our children and those whom we may need to contact in case of emergency. Please make sure that you inform the school immediately of any changes to contact details, names, telephone numbers or addresses. The Student Contact Details Change Form for this can be found on our Parent Hub HERE. It is also imperative that you let the school know of any allergies, medical conditions or ongoing medication your child has. Student Medical Proﬁles can also be updated via the our Parent Hub HERE. These details must be kept up to date at all times.
SCHOOL CANCELLATION Please familiarise yourself with the school’s Severe Weather Policy regarding the closure of school. The school website will display weather warnings and notiﬁcation of school closure where applicable. WITHDRAWAL OF STUDENTS To withdraw a student, notice in writing by parents must be given to the Head of School not less than 60 days (excludes July and August) before the student leaves the school. If students are not returning to DBIS after the summer holidays, oﬃcial notice must be given 60 days before the last day of term. The school will charge school fees in lieu if the above notice period is not adhered to.
LEAVE REQUESTS DURING TERM TIME & ABSENCES DUE TO ILLNESS Requests for leave during term times must be submitted for approval via the Parent Portal and Early Years Administration Oﬃcer. Absences for sickness should be reported to school on the ﬁrst day and any subsequent days.
COMMUNICATION Positive communication between home and school is essential. Our communication system utilises the
THE PARENT HUB The Parent Hub is our main platform for communication between school and home. All communication to parents regarding upcoming events and information can be found on the Parent Hub. Any calendared event will have a parent bulletin approximately two weeks prior to the event taking place. All bulletins are sent to parents in a consolidated email each Saturday so that parents can organise the forthcoming two weeks. The Parent Hub also contains the current DBIS school calendar, which details term dates as well as the dates of all upcoming school events. ISAMS PARENT PORTAL & APP Parents can access all student-speciﬁc information via the iSAMS Parent Portal and app. This platform is used to communicate conﬁdential information about your child, such as school reports and attendance data. The app can be downloaded free from the App Store and Google Play Store. The school code is DBIS, and you will need your personal iSAMS username and password to log on. SCHOOLSBUDDY ACTIVITIES & TRIPS PLATFORM All information about your child’s extracurricular activities (ECAs), ﬁxtures, camps and trips can be found via SchoolsBuddy. A personal username and password to log into SchoolsBuddy will be shared with you so you can see all of the activities your child is involved with.
following platforms to communicate with our parent community:
CONTACTING TEACHERS We operate an open-door policy at DBIS Early Years, and you will see your child’s teacher each morning and afternoon when you drop oﬀ and collect your child. This is a great time for short, incidental conversations. If you wish to arrange a longer meeting, please do so by emailing the school oﬃce at firstname.lastname@example.org, and the email will be forwarded to the teacher directly. SCHOOL NEWSLETTER Each Friday, the school’s newsletter is emailed to parents. The newsletter provides a snapshot of the week’s events across all phases of the school. DBIS WEBSITE The school’s website, linked HERE, is a window into the school, giving parents access to information on all aspects of the school’s operations as well as teaching and learning approaches. The website also provides parents with a link to the Parent Hub. EMAIL/TELEPHONE CONTACT For all general enquiries, parents can email the school oﬃce or individual staﬀ members via email@example.com. Parents can also phone the school oﬃce on +852 2987 7331. TEXT MESSAGE/SMS Occasionally, we will send out a text message/SMS to parents to inform them that we have had a ﬁre drill or lockdown practice and that all children are safe and accounted for. 12
STUDENT SAFETY Student safety is paramount to us here at DBIS, and even within our extremely safe Discovery Bay community, we need to
ensure that students are ready to act calmly and appropriately in the event of an emergency.
Again, parents are informed by email and SMS that all students are safe following any drill.
Fire drill procedures are carried out each term and involve all staﬀ and students. In the event of a ﬁre, all Early Years staﬀ and students are evacuated to the car park in front of the school gates, where class rolls are taken. An email and SMS are sent to all parents following a successful ﬁre drill or evacuation, informing them that all students are safe. Key DBIS Policies can be found HERE. LOCKDOWN PROCEDURES Lockdown procedures are usually carried out once or twice a year and involve all staﬀ and students. In the unlikely event that the school campus needs to be locked down, all blinds and windows are closed, and all staﬀ and students stay silently and safely in a locked area until the all-clear is given over the school tannoy system.
GUEST VISITS TO SCHOOL Any visitor, including ex-students as well as family members or helpers of students attending DBIS, must sign in to school at the security gate (Main campus) or Reception (Early Years campus) during school hours. Outside these hours, visitors need to report to the Main reception. All visitors are required to wear a visitor’s pass at all times whilst on school grounds. Visitors are not permitted to attend classes with students. This is to ensure learning is not disrupted as well as for insurance liability reasons. Please note that procedures for visitors to the school campus are subject to change during periods of COVID-19-enforced regulations.
UNIFORM Our uniform shop is located on the Primary / Secondary campus and is open on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:15 am - 11:00 am during term time. If possible we ask you to please bring your own carry bag with you to take away uniform items. EARLY YEARS CAMPUS (NURSERY & RECEPTION) Warm Weather (Summer) Uniform DBIS gingham dress or DBIS navy blue skort worn with a DBIS PE polo shirt (untucked); sleeveless or long-sleeved school ﬂeece for cooler days Or DBIS navy blue shorts and DBIS PE polo shirt (untucked). Sleeveless or long-sleeved school ﬂeece for cooler days. Footwear Black school shoes with navy blue ankle socks Or Navy/black sandals (please note: no socks are to be worn with sandals).
Cool Weather (Winter) Uniform DBIS navy blue trousers worn with a short or long-sleeved PE polo shirt (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue skort worn with a DBIS short or long-sleeved PE polo shirt (untucked). DBIS sleeveless or long-sleeved school ﬂeece or hoodie or wool vest or wool pullover or padded jacket. Footwear Black school shoes with navy blue ankle socks Or Black school shoes with navy blue tights. With the exception of shoes and tights, all items should be purchased from the DBIS uniform shop.
PE Uniform DBIS navy blue skort and DBIS short or long-sleeved PE polo shirt (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue track pants and DBIS short or long-sleeved PE polo shirt (untucked). Sleeveless or long-sleeved school ﬂeece or DBIS hoodie for cooler weather. Footwear Trainers with plain, white ankle socks. Trainers should be in conservative colours (e.g. white, grey or blue), without ﬂashing lights and without obvious pictures. Please note: PE uniform and shoes may be worn for the entire school day if a PE class is scheduled.
Additional Information Shoes/Sandals School shoes should be black and either laced, buckled or fastened with Velcro. Beach sandals and high-top sports shoes are not permitted. Trainers should be in conservative colours (e.g. white, grey or blue), without ﬂashing lights and without obvious pictures. DBIS Hats Hats are mandatory for playtime, PE lessons and during any oﬀ-campus school event (day trips, sports days, travel between campuses etc). Children are required to wear the school uniform hat. DBIS Rucksack DBIS rucksack is part of the school uniform. to purchase this from the Uniform Shop.
Early Years children are required
Waterproof Clothing All Early Years children need to bring in a pair of Wellington boots, waterproof trousers and a coat. Jewellery Watches and stud earrings are the only jewellery to be worn at school. Please seek permission from the Head of Early Years if any variations need to be considered.
MAIN YEARS CAMPUS (EY1 & EY2) Warm Weather (Summer) Uniform DBIS gingham dress or DBIS navy blue skort worn with a DBIS gingham blouse (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue shorts and DBIS blue short-sleeved shirt (untucked). Footwear Black leather school shoes with navy blue ankle socks Or Navy/black sandals (please note: no socks are to be worn with sandals) Or Black leather slip-on shoes. Cool Weather (Winter) Uniform DBIS navy blue skort or shorts and DBIS short or long-sleeved gingham blouse (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue trousers and DBIS short or long-sleeved gingham blouse (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue shorts and DBIS short or long-sleeved blue shirt (untucked) Or DBIS navy blue trousers and DBIS short or-long sleeved blue shirt (untucked). DBIS hoodie, wool vest, wool pullover or padded jacket. Footwear Black leather school shoes with navy blue tights Or Black leather school shoes with navy blue ankle socks Or Black leather slip-on shoes.
PE Uniform DBIS navy blue PE shorts with DBIS house team PE shirt (untucked); optional DBIS navy blue track pants for cooler days. DBIS hoodie or wool vest or wool pullover or padded jacket for cooler days. Footwear Trainers with plain, white ankle socks (any colour of trainers, without ﬂashing lights and without obvious pictures). For EY1, EY2 and Year 3 PE uniform can be worn to school for the whole day when PE is scheduled on that day. For Year 4-6 PE uniform is to be worn to school if a PE class is scheduled prior to 12.30 pm. If PE is scheduled after 12.30 pm normal school uniform should be worn to school. PE uniform or school uniform (as applicable) should be carried to school in a DBIS PE uniform bag. Additional Information Shoes/Sandals School shoes should be black leather and either laced, buckled or fastened with Velcro. Beach sandals and high-top sports shoes are not permitted. PE shoes may not be worn with the regular school uniform. DBIS Hats Hats are mandatory for playtime, PE lessons, travelling to and from swimming lessons and during any oﬀ-campus school event (day trips, sports days, travel between campuses etc). Children are required to wear the school uniform hat. Backpack Backpacks should be of a simple design in conservative colours without prominent logos or pictures. Wheels are not permitted. We recommend ergonomic backpacks to support growing backs. Dr Kong (Tung Chung) supplies a quality ergonomic backpack that can be ﬁtted for each child. Jewellery Watches and stud earrings are the only jewellery to be worn at school. Please seek permission from the Head of Early Years if any variations need to be considered. With the exception of shoes, backpacks and tights, all items should be purchased from the DBIS uniform shop. 17
KEY DATES & EVENTS School Dates and Holidays for 2023–2023 can be found on the Parent Hub HERE.
AUTUMN TERM (2022) Tuesday 23rd August
Reception New Student Orientation
Wednesday 24th August
EY1 & 2 New Student Orientation*
Wednesday 24th August
Nursery Parent Welcome Morning
Thursday 25th August
Start of Term for all Children
Thursday 25th – Friday 26th August
Reception – EY2 PTCs
Thursday 1st September
EY1 & 2 Meet the Teacher Afternoon
Monday 5th September
Reception Meet the Teacher Afternoon
Monday 12th September
Friday 23rd September
EY1 & 2 Parent Coﬀee Morning (Experiential Learning)
Tuesday 4th October
Friday 7th October
Nursery & Reception Parent Coﬀee Morning (Experiential Learning)
Thursday 13th October
Nursery Open Afternoon
Monday 17th – Friday 21st October
Tuesday 25th October
Reception Parent Coﬀee Morning (RWI)
Monday 5th – Thursday 8th December
Nursery – EY2 PTCs
Tuesday 13th December SUMMER TERM
Nursery Christmas Sing-a-long
Wednesday 14th December
Reception Christmas Sing-a-long
Friday 16th December
End of Term 1
*Nursery children will receive individual notice of orientation and staggered start programme
SPRING TERM (2023) Monday 9th January
Start of Term 2
Monday 23rd – Friday 27th January
Chinese New Year Holiday
Monday 20th – Thursday 23rd March
Nursery – EY2 PTCs
Friday 31st March
End of Term 2
SUMMER TERM (2023) Monday 17th April
Start of Term 3
Monday 1st May
Friday 26th May
Thursday 22nd June
Friday 23rd June
Early Years Reports Published
Friday 30th June
End of Term 3
SCHOOL HOURS & CONTACT DETAILS EARLY YEARS CAMPUS (NURSERY & RECEPTION) The school day starts at 8.55am and ﬁnishes at 2.40pm. Nursery 11:30 – 12:00 12:00 – 12:30 12:30 – 13:00
Eating lunch Outdoor experience Rest time
Reception 12:10 – 12:40 12:00 – 12:30
Eating lunch Outdoor experience
Contact Details Website:
+852 2914 2142
EY Reception Email:
MAIN CAMPUS (EY1 & EY2) ● ● ● ● ●
The school day starts at 8.25am, when class registers will be taken. Children arriving at school after 8.35am need to go to the Main school oﬃce to sign in before going to class. Morning break is from 10am until 10.30am, and this is when children will eat their morning snack. Lunch is from 11.55am. Children eating food from the canteen eat there before all children go out to play at 12.25pm. Lunch ﬁnishes at 12.55pm
Please note that there is no supervision before school. Website:
+852 2987 7331