Discover the joy of learning at SCMP’s Learning Festival!
For children, a growing brain needs more than pure academics to thrive.
Where can your children find passion for extracurricular activities? What are students’ options for learning and enhancing key skills like creativity and confidence? How can children develop a lifestyle that is both physically and mentally healthy?
We invite you to join us at the Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong on November 28 for the South China Morning Post’s inaugural Learning Festival, where we will welcome families to hear from over 20 reputable learning centres and education service providers.
From a mixture of panel discussions and info sessions, parents will learn how to nurture children as well-rounded, independent global citizens alongside their academic accomplishments. We’ll discuss new trends in child development and relevant issues like how to choose the right extracurricular activities, how much is too much, and helping children balance structured activities without getting overwhelmed.
As well as our many expert speakers, SCMP is partnering with Whizpa to host this event. “Whizpa.com, HK’s top parenting platform, have been a partner with SCMP for the past 3 years on their education events,” says Jennifer Chin, Whizpa.com founder. “The team’s professionalism, passion and dedication shines through their work.”
Highlight exhibitors and some of their specialties will include:
- Press Start Academy: Game design, learning through play, creative writing
- LEARNERS Hong Kong: STEAM enrichment programs
- GrowingIQ: Math-centric, enrichment program
- Little Beijing: Chinese, writing, classical, speaking, Mandarin
- Wycombe Abbey School: Arts, sport, & other extracurriculars at a British school
- ActiveKids: Chess, arts & crafts, robotics, cooking, fashion design and science
- Child Development Centre: Developmental skills, physiotherapy, speech therapy
- The Kelly Yang Project: Debate and Model U.N., current events, creative & critical writing
…and many more!
To register for this free event and to see a full list of info sessions and exhibitors, please check out our event website.
He reads to be informed, and he informs to be read. Head of Global Events for the South China Morning Post.