"It is important for children to feel that they are respected and valued. This enables them to learn to express themselves and engage in the world they live in."
Ginny Humpage
Head of Curriculum of Bebegarten Education Centre
Our own distinctive The Language of Children™ curriculum framework is inspired by five world-renowned pedagogical practices that focus on the learning process, knowing that they are proven to be effective in building a solid foundation for children to become creative, confident and happy individuals.
Learn from around the world.
Reggio Emilia, Italy
Environment as the third teacher
Early Years Foundation Stage, UK
Each child is a ‘unique child’
HighScope, USA
High-level dialogue between teachers, children and parents
Te Whāriki, New Zealand
Woven mat for all
Experiential Education, Belgium
Emotional well-being and involvement of children
Learn through our mindful and reflective approach.
Learning through play
A child-initiated, evolving learning process consisting of various play-based activities that are developmentally appropriate.
Low class ratio
Our great teachers have the time and attention to interact with the children and treat them as unique individuals.
Spacious, stimulating and bright open space
Children are able to observe others and interact with the environment creatively.
Quality reflection time
One-to-one high level dialogue between the teacher and child during each class, ensuring no child slips through the cracks and that each of their individual developmental needs is being addressed.
Close relationship with parents
We ensure education can be extended from Bebegarten to home by inviting parents to participate in class, having regular dialogues between teachers and parents, and providing comprehensive progress reports focusing on each child’s specific developmental and educational progress.
Their next step...
Kellett School
International Montessori School (IMS)
English School Foundation (ESF)
Hong Kong International School (HKIS)
Victoria Shanghai Academy (VSA)
Canadian International School (CDNIS)
Hong Kong Academy (HKA)
French International School (FIS)
German Swiss International School (GSIS)
Island Christian Academy (ICA)
Harbour School
Singapore International School (SIS)
Harrow International School
International Schools Foundation (ISF)
Local School
Nord Anglia 國際學校
Nord Anglia International School
International College Hong Kong (ICHK)
Chinese International School (CIS)
International Christian School
2014 – 2017, 168 students
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