Annual Programme

Annual Programmes are run during the academic year from September to June and are devised to cover all 9 JEMS character focuses. 10 modules taught across 38 weekly classes are offered to children starting from Pre-Nursery to Primary 6.

 

 

The programme also includes community service opportunities and culminates in an annual make-a-difference campaign fundraiser planned and hosted by JEMS students for a chosen charitable organisation. Students learn and understand the needs of others and determine ways to help.

Orange Level

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Green Level

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Purple Level

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Red Level

Yellow Level

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Blue Level

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Increase in complexity, depth of understanding, and age-appropriate life application

J3 Level

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J2 Level

J1 Level

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Pre-JJ Level

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Short Term Programmes

JEMS Short Term Programmes are topic specific and are offered two-three times a year, typically during Christmas, Lunar New Year, Easter, and Summer holidays. 

 

 Outing visits are also a part of the curriculum for selected modules for children to learn through experience and to solidify concepts learned in class. 

PRE-NURSERY to KINDERGARTEN 3

PRIMARY 1 to PRIMARY 6

Junior Annual Character Programme 

(Pre-Nursery to Kindergarten 3)

  • Weekly class is 1 hour long

  • Teacher-Student ratio at 1:3

  • Weekly topics and tips emailed to parents

  • Monthly scheduled Parent-Teacher meetings on Zoom

  • Year-end review for students who have completed the Annual Programme

Core Annual Character Programme 

(Primary 1 to Primary 6)

  • Weekly class is 1.5 hours long

  • Teacher-Student ratio at 1:3

  • Weekly topics and tips emailed to parents

  • Monthly scheduled Parent-Teacher meetings on Zoom

  • Year-end review for students who have completed the Annual Programme

 
 

Service Learning

A firm belief at JEMS is that having compassion leads to action and this is modeled in teaching students to take action in making contributions to our community. Annual charity events are organised to teach our students about a particular charity, bring out the charity's cause and its needs, and raise funds to support those needs. Every year, students raise over $100, 000 to help a local charity. 

JEMS values partnerships with charities in Hong Kong. Community outreaches are embedded into our Core Level Annual Programme and Summer Programmes. 

These experiential learning opportunities are the best way for students to learn more about character focuses, such as giving, empathy, and compassion. 

Our community partners include:

Playright

HK Rehabilitation Power

Make-A-Wish HK

Ebenezer School & Home for the Visually Impaired

The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children 

St. James Settlement

If you are a charity organisation in Hong Kong and are interested, please contact us for more information.