At House of Knowledge, we firmly believe education requires the involvement of the home, school, and child, cultivating a positive and nurturing community-based environment
In each of our schools, you will find an area where parents can mingle, enjoy a coffee, set up play dates, and talk to campus management. Both campuses also offer a variety of community-building after school activities for children.
Along with activities and opportunities to build relationships, we realize that successful communication is key to a happy and functional community. For this reason, we have an open door policy and encourage parents and families to feel welcome to approach us with any questions or concerns about the school or otherwise. We keep parents informed through daily reports (for Nursery and Pre-K groups), monthly parent letters, parent coffees, parent orientation nights, community seminars, parent-teacher meetings and family events throughout the year.
Dear parents and community members, In light of the continued escalation of the coronavirus situation and in line with the guidance from the local authorities, our schools will remain closed until further notice. Furthermore, all staff and students will be required to...
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House of Knowledge Oktoberfest Festival and Welcome Back BBQ Party!
Communication between parents and schools has always been an important part of education and is something that we value with our own HoK parents. Once children are enrolled, parents are encouraged to communicate and cooperate throughout the year in order to best...
To mark the end of the 2018-2019 school year, House of Knowledge's Chaoyang Park, Shunyi and Xinglong Campuses each hosted an annual water-themed Summer Party. Chaoyang Park Campus At our Chaoyang Park Campus, the day of the Summer Party was beautiful and sunny....
The past two months have been relaxed and peaceful; we hope everyone’s summer break was full of fun. The past week, has been especially joyful and exciting! From the smiling faces and ringing laughter of the students, we could tell everyone was excited for the first day of school. Let’s see how the school year has been so far!