Programme
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Announcement

Summer camp  3-20 July 2018

Monday to Friday

Summer is a great time for children to enjoy different activities. Through a range of art, craft, science and technology projects, our Summer Camps provide the ideal opportunity to develop the essential skills of communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.

Getting ready for Primary School

Year 2 (Age 6)

Week 1: Under the sea

Week 2: Monster madness

Week 3: It’s a small world

Summer Fun

Year 3-6 (Age 7-11)

Week 1: Missions to Mars

Week 2: Treasure Hunters

Week 3: Fantastic Beasts

Fee:    3 Weeks for $6750

Time:   08:45-12:15

Venue: Discovery Mind Primary School Tung Chung Campus

Enquiry: 2915 0666, primary_tc@discoverymind.edu.hk

Free School Bus Service from Discovery Bay to Tung Chung Campus

DMPS Summer Camp 2018 Application Form

 


PRIMARY SCHOOL - International Curriculum

VALUES

Embracing the Discovery Mind mission to “discover the world with a global mind”, our primary school aims to help students grow and discover together. At the heart of our program of study are the core values of respect, responsibility and resilience.

RESPECT: incorporating the IPC personal goals of cooperation, communication, thoughtfulness

RESPONSIBILITY: incorporating the IPC personal goals of morality

RESILIENCE: incorporating the IPC personal goals of adaptability, inquiry

 

APPROACH TO TEACHING & LEARNING

Respect, responsibility and resilience

We believe good behaviour underpins good learning and we encourage children to make the right choices about their learning and their lifestyle.

It takes a village to raise a child

We involve parents every step of the way in their child’s educational journey and encourage participation and dialogue via a weekly newsletter, weekly drop in sessions, monthly parent workshops, a valuable parent volunteer network, community events and regular opportunities to be involved and heard. Our door is always open.

Each child has their individual needs

We ensure that each child progresses at their level through differentiation, intervention and support programs, involving children and parents in feedback and target setting, regular assessment opportunities, plus challenge and stretch for our more able learners. We foster an optimal learning environment with small class sizes, opportunities for independent, peer and group work and work that is pitched at the right level and pace for each child no matter their ability or background.

Rich & balanced program of study

We offer a structured yet balanced timetable, with core subjects such as Numeracy & Literacy in the morning and more inquiry based learning with the International Primary Curriculum in the afternoons.

Partners in learning

We are committed to growth and improvement. We aim to adapt to the needs of each new pupil and family, as well as keeping up with changes and trends in global education. We actively seek the view of all stakeholders in developing our small school and run yearly evaluations for pupils, parents and staff. Our annual school development plan keeps our school moving forward.

Building a collaborative learning environment

We know good teaching staff are critical to the success of our school and the success of our pupils. We do our upmost to provide them with the support and training to support their learning journey. We love peer planning, action based research in the form of PLCs and run in house staff development sessions each month.

CURRICULUM

An international school with 40 nationalities requires adaptable curriculum that supports diverse needs and interests. At Discovery Mind Primary School, we seamlessly integrate British and International Primary Curricula with an enhanced, tailor-made and comprehensive Putonghua programme and well-suited to the diverse needs of our international student body. Our curriculum is forward thinking and creative with an emphasis on core facts, life skills and human values. We support the transition of our children, be that when students join us from our two Kindergartens, move between campuses, onwards from Year 6 to secondary schools or relocate overseas, with an emphasis social and emotional learning and through our strong school culture which fosters respect, responsibility and resilience.

The DMPS NON-LOCAL CURRICULUM

The non-local curriculum offers structured teaching, clear objectives and progression for children aged 5 – 11 years DMPS implements the non-local curriculum for reading, writing and numeracy.

The INTERNATIONAL PRIMARY CURRICULUM (IPC)

The IPC curriculum is an internationally-minded, thematic, cross-curricular and rigorous teaching structure used in more than 85 countries.

The DMPS PUTONGHUA CURRICULUM

Living in Hong Kong gives our children new experiences and wonderful opportunities. DMPS is committed to the teaching and learning of Putonghua as an additional language and our Putonghua experts have created an engaging curriculum for all pupils.

The DMPS PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE) CURRICULUM

DMPS follows a varied PE curriculum that includes games, athletics and dance. Physical education lessons take place twice weekly at outstanding facilities.

 

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