Life and Affection Education
Our school aims to develop each child’s knowledge, understanding and respect for the Christian faith to enhance their moral and spiritual development.

The school holds worship once a week, which is led by teachers and parents. There is also an hour-long activity held twice a month, by staff and volunteers from the church. Moreover, weekly class activities adopt religious story-telling, Bible verse reading, hymns, making of arts and crafts and playing social games to help the children form a noble character and establish empathy amongst the children and the wider school community.

‘Hoppy and Friends’ readers are included in the K3 curriculum, to help children maintain a positive attitude and help them to deal with and express their feelings and emotions. In addition, a positive attitude and optimism are strengthened through project-based learning.