Kindergarten & International Nursery

Founded in 1994, Zenith Kindergarten & International Nursery is a private international kindergarten established by Dr. Li Siu Ping Catherine, in support of a specialist team of honorable academic consultants with professional background in early childhood education. Dr. Li advocated integration of high-quality holistic education as a school mission, with the commitment of nurturing our new generation to achieve their full potential and channel their talents and ideas to give contributions to the whole world. Through enlightening their innate potential, we strive to provide a superior bilingual curriculum and environment to optimize our children’s all rounded development in ethical, intellectual, social, aesthetic and physical attributes.

Today, Zenith Kindergarten & International Nursery have eight campuses dispersed in Kowloon Tong, Tseung Kwan O, Sha Tin Tai Po, Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai (Sherwood), Tuen Mun and Guangzhou with Zenith English Primary School now in registration progress. Our Tin Shui Wai (Chestwood) campus have joined the ‘Pre-primary Education Voucher Scheme’ and renamed as ‘Li Megan Kindergarten’ in 2016.

(1-2 years with a Parent)
This course is designed to provide your child with the opportunity to socialise with other children in a fun environment. Each lesson will include music, movement, arts and crafts, storytelling, and games. Through this course your child will develop various skills including: fine and gross motor, cognitive, social and creative skills. By becoming familiar with the school environment, your child will better adapt to a new school life. Each lesson will be taught by an English teacher and a Mandarin teacher.
Our playgroup program includes:
1. Music, movement and storytelling
This has a positive influence on young children’s cognitive skills, such as spatial reasoning and memory. It includes the auditory sense as well as supporting children’s healthy growth and development.
2. Arts and crafts
This helps children engage through a variety of learning styles. It will help develop your child’s aesthetic awareness, encourage their creative development and build their self-esteem.
3. Playtime
Play is crucial for a child’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth. Play is also important for exploring feelings and values, and it
The development of the five senses plays an important role in early childhood learning. We have a variety of teaching aids for different purposes, let children improve their cognitive development and hand-eye coordination by matching their colors, shapes, sizes and materials. Through classroom activities and games, children learn to communicate and get along with classmates and develop their fine motor skills. We create a stimulating learning environment that facilitates children’s development of multiple intelligences. Special emphasis should be placed in developing children's basic skills, building up basic concepts and cultivating in them positive values and attitudes.
Our curriculum is happy-learning oriented, applying theme-based approach and project-based approach in teaching which centered on the child’s needs, interests and abilities. We believe all learning areas are inter-dependent and we strive to provide optimal development conditions for all by creating an ideal setting for learning English and Chinese. We integrate listening, speaking, reading and writing into all learning activities.
We utilize an inspiring interactive teaching approach in order to provide an opportunity for children to learn through games. We stimulate children to learn more about their surroundings through exploration. Our Interactive teaching approach not only increases children’s interest in their surrounding world, but also effectively enhances their independent thinking and analyzing abilities. Thus, children are able to learn to study with independence and a positive attitude.
Our school curriculum adopted the spiral progression approach to ensure mastery of knowledge and skills through interactive games, story-telling and outdoor visits. To ensure a smooth transition to primary schools, we also instill classroom exercises such as data collection record books and memory games to enrich their vocabulary and creative writing skills. To further quantitatively and qualitatively assess the school children, the establishment of child development portfolios could help to monitor their development and learning progress throughout the process of observation, record-keeping and analysis.