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  • September 2018

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    • PM Classes are Suspended due to Inclement Weather
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    • Info Session for New Parents
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    • Meet the Teachers Evening
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    • Teachers Only Day (No School)
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    • Public Holiday - The Day after Mid-Autumn Festival
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    • Sep
      18

      All classes remain suspended Tomorrow -19th Sept

      After further consultation with Generations Christian Education, we have decided to continue to suspend all classes tomorrow (Wednesday, 19th Sept) until further notice due to concerns about safety in the immediate area. Our school will remain open for students who may need to return to school. Thank you for your kind attention and understanding.

      Sep
      17

      All schools will continue to be suspended on Tuesday, September 18, 2018.

      The Hong Kong Education Bureau (EDB) has announced that due to the varying degrees of impact of the strong Typhoon Mangkhut on schools and that public transport services have yet to return to normal, all schools are to be closed on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, in order to ensure the safety of students.

      www.edb.gov.hk

      Monday, September 17 @ 5:30pm

      Sep
      16

      [Update] Class Arrangement on Monday – 17h Sept

      The government has indicated, that, regardless of the presence or absence of a weather warning, schools should not open until there has been a safety check completed.

      After consulting with the Board and Generations,  we have decided that Small World Christian Kindergarten, along with other member schools, will be closed tomorrow. Please make arrangements for your child to be supervised at home or with family as there will not be supervision provided at school until we are able to ensure the campus is safe for staff and students to return.

      This is not a normal procedure following bad weather but the significant damage and clean-up required in the community have obviously prompted the government to indicate that schools should take this extra step as a safety precaution.

      We do understand that this may place some families in a challenging position but we also take our role in maintaining a high standard of safety, for both staff and students, very seriously.

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