We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Maple Bear Hong Kong in a feeder school program. This partnership is a crucial component in fostering strong connections between our schools, the local community, and parents. Our goal is to enhance the continuity of our curriculum, strengthen the school’s understanding of and attention to our students, and improve student adaptation upon their transition between our two schools. To achieve these goals, we will work collaboratively with Maple Bear Hong Kong to provide a seamless and informative transition for students and parents into KIS school life and curriculum.
Maple Bear HK:
“Maple Bear brings the best of Canadian bilingual education to the world by offering high-quality education to prepare students to succeed in life. We are truly international with currently over 400+ Maple Bear early childhood, elementary, middle, and high schools in 39 countries around the world, with two schools now located in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong. Our goal is to deliver a student-focused learning system in a safe, secure and stimulating environment that prepares students for success and that instills a passion for lifelong learning.
We offer a bilingual environment where our students start acquiring English and Chinese from an early age using a student-focused language immersion learning system based on Canadian educational pedagogies and best practices which brings both cognitive and linguistic advantages for their development.
The curriculum is designed and continually updated by our own Maple Bear Faculty early childhood experts from Canada. Our Maple Bear programme is adapted to have a fully comprehensive enriched learning experience with both a local and international bilingual full-fledged curriculum. Apart from the 8 areas of development, our students will also be introduced to Character Education and Positive Values, we hope to turn a whole generation of students on to the joy of giving back. We are able to do this by imbuing our future leaders with a strong sense of social justice and global citizenship.”