Forest House Waldorf School Commercial Area, Floral Villas 18 Tso Wo Road, Tso Wo Hang, Sai Kung
School Type : International
Maximum Annual Fee : $115,000
Annual Fees : $115,000
Capital Levy : NA
Debenture : NA
Other Fees : Annual Material Levy: $3000
Eligible For Pre-Primary Education Voucher (PEVS) : NA
Financial Support : NA
Application Period : Rolling
Cut-Off Date : 31 Dec
Details : Apply online
Application Fee : $2,000
Area : Sai Kung
District : New Territories
Type : Primary School
Starting Age : 5 YEARS
Grades : P1-P6
Entry Level : P1
Tours/Visits : To be announced
Number Of Classes Per Grade : 3
Whole-Day Option : NA
Spoken Chinese : Putonghua
Written Chinese : Traditional
Gender : Co-ed
Year Founded : 2016
School Curriculum : Waldorf

The history curriculum follows the stages of cultural evolution as well as meeting the developmental stage of the child’s growth, from the change of teeth through the gradual awakening of intellectual understanding to the independent analysis of their own place in the world.

Languages taught creatively in early classes through poetry, song and play performances connect children to the roots of cultures such as in our English and Mandarin lessons.

Mathematics happens in daily life from collecting pebbles or sharing fruit with friends to solving complex algebraic problems. Walking the shape of a pentagram can be a game as well as the first stage of future geometrical studies. When education arises from the present life of children, through enriching stories and relevant practical activities that develop self esteem and caring for others the child grows in confidence and remains eager to continue to learn throughout life. The Waldorf School environment encourages continual interest in life, based on the wisdom of a philosophy about education and the world that is relevant and respectful, where children and young people are nurtured physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Children learn to find creative solutions to problems in their play, social interactions and schoolwork. Artistic practical work could be painting a dragon after experiencing a festival, illustrating a chemistry experiment or planning a vegetable garden, all requiring creative planning. Through these experiences, the children cultivate a lifelong love for learning.

Curriculum
AP
ASDAN Award
Australian
Australian HSC
Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP)
Cambridge Lower Secondary Programme (CLSP)
Cambridge Year
Canadian
Canadian (Alberta)
Catholic Diocese Program
Central Curriculum Development Section (CCDS)
Discovery Mind Primary School (DMPS) - DB
Finnish
Forest
French program
HK
Hong Kong
IBDP
IBMYP
IBPYP
International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
IPC
Kindergarten Biblical Foundations
Montessori
Own
Reggio Emilia
SATS
Singaporean
The Dalton Plan
UK
UK (A Levels)
UK (IGCSE/GCSE)
UK EYFS
US AP
Waldorf
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