You might have missed our Virtual Open Days in June, but don’t worry, we’ve now resumed our on-campus, Open Days, that will take place throughout the month of July.
By participating in our Open Days you will learn about the Reggio Emilia educational approach through interactions with our Principals, you will get to peruse the teaching materials and student portfolios, you will be taken on a tour of the campus and get to understand how House of Knowledge’s core values are incorporated in daily teaching practices. You will also meet our Group Education Director, Mr. Russell O’Neill and have the opportunity to ask him questions about our educational programs, the admissions process, and how to best prepare your child for their school life. By the end of the session you will hopefully have learnt more about our kindergartens and elementary school, as well as how we incorporate the best of Eastern and Western curricula. Mr. Russell O’Neill’s rich experience in K-12 education and expertise in international curricula will help you choose the best school for your child.
House of Knowledge On-Campus Open Days:
(North gate of Quanfa compound, 18 Maquanying Road. Beijing)
Monday, July 6th and July 20th
Tuesday, July 7th and July 21st
Chaoyang Park Campus
(Victoria Gardens, 15Chaoyang Park West Road. Beijing)
Monday, July 13th and Friday July 24th
Time: 9:30AM – 11:30AM
Language: English (With Chinese Translation)
PSVP: Please email email@example.com to reserve in advance.
About the Speaker
Russell O’Neill is the Group Education Director for House of Knowledge and has been an administrator in schools around the world for the past 21 years. He is passionate about brain development and early learning in children and strongly believes that a close partnership needs to exist between the school and home in order to help children reach their full academic and social potential. As a father of 2 young sons, he knows the challenges and joy in raising children and the difficult choice that parents need to make when selecting the best school to help their children grow and develop into successful young adults. Project- and inquiry-based learning is in his DNA and he is constantly striving to instill the love of learning in all those he is fortunate to work with.