Parents’ Insights

At Malvern College Pre-School Hong Kong, we value and promote home-school partnerships with families and recognise that parents are a child’s first teacher. Malvern believes the importance of parents mirroring some of the practices at home in order to best support the education we provide to the children. Parents are welcomed to visit classes and join our practitioners in their activities, with advanced coordination with the school. Parent volunteers will have opportunities to accompany children on class outings, come into school to read stories, share their expertise or help with cooking sessions. In addition, Malvern’s Principal and teachers will hold monthly sessions to offer insights to our parents.


Stage of Development

  • Stages of writing in Early Years and how to support writing at home
  • Encouraging children’s fine motor skills
  • Developmental stages of reading and how to support this at home
  • Helping develop your child’s gross motor skills and coordination

Educationally Harnessed Play

  • An Introduction to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum
  • An Introduction to the Forest School Programme
  • Play-Based Learning
  • Storytelling techniques to use at home

Positive Parenting Support

  • Positive Parenting and Effective Behaviour Management Strategies
  • Managing Social and Family Relationships
  • Educational strategies and play ideas for Helpers at Home
  • Nutrition, diet and sleep


As there are many topics that can be embraced under Parents Insights Sessions, parents will be asked to make choices from a list of topics that they would like covered. We value your input!




At Malvern College Pre-School Hong Kong, we value and promote open communication. Parents are kept informed what their child is learning and how they can help at home through a variety of modes. Each child will have a Daily Communication Book (diary) that is brought from home to school each day. This is used for daily messages and also as a home reader/ library log for our Kindergarten 1, 2 and 3 classes. Regular newsletters from the Pre-School provide information on what is happening in the center, plans for the upcoming week or month, and other information that may interest parents. In addition, class teachers may send class newsletters and emails with information specific to their class.