21-22
 22-23
N1:
Born before 31 Jul 2019
N1:
Born before 31 Jul 2020
K1:
Born before Dec 2018
K1:
Born before Dec 2019
K2:
Born before Dec 2017
K2:
Born before Dec 2018
K3:
Born before Dec 2016
K3:
Born before Dec 2017
  1. Completed application form of 2022/23 or  confirmation letter (for online application only)
  2. Original and photocopy of Birth Certificate
  3. Original and photocopy of Immunization Record
  4. 2 recent passport photos
  5. 2 self-addressed envelopes, stamped at $ 2 dollars each
  6. Application fee $ 40 (To be collected together with the application form. The application fee is non-returnable whether the application is successful or not.)
Education Bureau (EDB) will implement the Free Quality Kindergarten Education policy starting from the 2017/18 school year to replace the existing “Pre-primary Education Voucher Scheme”. Under the new Scheme, EDB will use the “Registration Certificate for Kindergarten Admission” as the document for registration in the 2022/23 school year.
 
Parents are required to submit an application for the “2022/23 Registration Certificate for Kindergarten Admission” (hereafter referred as “2022/23 RC”) to EDB from September to November 2021. The “2022/23 RC” will be open for applications in September 2021 and EDB will announce and upload the details of application onto EDB’s website in due course.
  1. The school will arrange interview for all applicants.
  2. Interviews will be conducted in November 2021. Parents will be notified by email in mid October.
  3. Parents should contact the school if notification of interview is not received in late October.
  4. The applicant with sibling(s) currently studying in the school will be given due priority consideration.
  5. Group interviews (4 – 6 children per group) will be arranged.
  6. The interview with the children can be accompanied by one parent.
  7. When interviewing NCS children, interpretation and/or translation service for applicants will be provided where necessary; or parents and children are allowed to be accompanied by a Chinese speaking relative or friend to facilitate communication.

          Enquiry Telephone Number and Email Address for Parents of NCS Children:

          Tel.: 2443 2877         Email: yl[email protected]      

 

  1. Interview performance
  2. The applicant with sibling(s) currently studying in the school will be given due priority consideration.
  3. The applicant from families in need will be given due priority consideration when applying for whole day classes (As the number of school places is limited, please understand that not all applicants fulfilling the priority consideration will be guaranteed a school place.)
  1. Confirmation Letter from the school
  2. Original of “2022/23 RC (Applicable for K1)
  3. Registration fee: HK$ 970 (half day class) / HK$ 1,570 (whole day class)

*The registration fee will be refunded in cash in September.

Should parents decide to change school after registration, please notify the school in writing. The school will return the Registration Certificate but the registration fee will not be refunded. Upon obtaining the Registration Certificate, the school will no longer keep the school place for the child.

Please be reminded that if parents cannot submit the Registration Certificate during registration, the school may not be able to complete registration for their child. Hence, parents are required to submit application for the Registration Certificate to EDB within the specified period.

Kindergarten
21-22
Half Day Class
Whole Day Class
Annual Government Subsidy
$ 36,080
$ 46,900
Monthly School Fee (11 installments)
Not applicable
$ 190
Monthly Meal Fee (11 installments)
Not applicable
$ 559
Nursery
21-22
Half Day Class
Whole Day Class
Monthly School Fee (11 installments)
$ 2,975$ 4,464
Monthly Meal Fee (11 installments)
Not applicable$ 1,162

We have appointed the agency to order and supply the books, tea and uniform for the students. Such payments shall be made in the 1st term and 2nd term respectively. Parents should note that acquisition of any school items or services is entirely voluntary and parents can select individual items or services required according to their own needsPlease click here for details.

Centre for Harmony and Enhancement of Ethnic Minority Residents (CHEER) is one of the support service centres funded by the Home Affairs Department of HKSAR Government to provide accessible services to ethnic minorities in Hong Kong. Through the provision of services ranging from tangible interpreting service to multi-dimensional programmes, CHEER aims at facilitating ethnic minorities to have a cheerful and harmonious life in the society. Click here for details.