Learning at KBCK

Learning at KBCK is a joyful, motivating, fun and engaging exploration that opens up a world of wonder for young children where their curiosity and personal interests can flourish. With developmentally appropriate teacher-scaffolded and child-initiated experiences, each child may develop, at their own pace, their knowledge and skills, leading to an increasing understanding of themselves, others, God, and His creation.

Learning Through Play

Play is one of the most important ways in which our child gain essential knowledge and skills. For this reason, play opportunities and environments that promote play, exploration, and hands-on learning are at the cord of our curriculum.

The Five Play Forms at KBCK are:

  1. Play is meaningful
  2. Play is joyful
  3. Play is actively engaging
  4. Play is iterative
  5. Play is socially interactive

Biblical Curriculum

Kowloon International Baptist Church’s (KIBC) vision and mission act as a foundation of our biblical curriculum. Children’s overall learning experiences will strength through the following concepts:

  • Jesus is … LORD
  • Jesus is … SAVIOR
  • Jesus is … FREIND

Six Key Learning Area

Prepared by the Curriculum Development Council and recommended for use in pre-primary institutions by The Education Bureau HKSAR in 2017, KBCK curriculum covers the following six key learning areas.

  1. Language
  2. Early Childhood Mathematics
  3. Nature and Living
  4. Arts and Creativity
  5. Physical Fitness and Health
  6. Self and Society


We offer an English monolingual learning experience for your children from age 2 years 8 months to 6 years old. Our class ration is 1:11 with two teachers. Our professional teaching team are highly qualified and experienced in early years education.

School Hours
Morning Session: 8:30am to 11:30pm
Afternoon Session: 12:30pm to 3:30pm

School Bus
Parents are highly encouraged to consider the use of the school bus services as parking is extremely limited around KBCK. For school bus route enquiries, please contact the School Office.