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OEOM (Primary 4-6) Run Down

Day Plan

9:00 am Reception
9:15 am Instructions and rubrics
Both parents and students participate.
10:00 am Coach to Kowloon Park
10:30 am (1) Guided tour to see seasonal flowers, trees, climbers and other plants (gathering information)
(2) Planting in the park (experience with 5 senses)
(3) Discussion (sharing of ideas and experience) 
11:45 am Reflection on outing experience (writing), Sharing and/or presentation (recycling of vocabulary)
12:30 noon Program ends. Parents pick up students at the Mongkok centre. 

Features for Open Eyes Open Mind

  • Learning starts with fun. Students are engaged in the enjoyable and delightful activities where using the English language becomes natural and necessary.
  • Outings provide the platform to learn English vocabulary and the necessary content for students to express their ideas and feelings through speaking and writing.
  • Student productions anchor learning and allow individual feedback on language use.  An outing activity makes speaking and writing more relevant and effective. 
  • Gathering with their peers provide valuable social interaction opportunities, which in turn, create network and support of learning among peers.
  • Teaching is provided to help students build up confidence and success in learning.

Getting Here

Address:

10/F, Chung Kiu Commercial Building,
47-51 Shan Tung Street,
Mongkok, Kowloon

MTR: EXIT E2 – Mongkok MTR station

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It is commonly agreed that education can provide us with great opportunities, which is why progress and determination for improvement starting from a young age is important. In the classes with AAplus, there is the usual demand for student participation and hardwork but always with a surprising element of fun and interaction. Learning is most effective when immersed in the process; by organising outdoor activities, creative projects and team work, the kids learn and grow on their own whilst always wanting to stretch their limits.