Music and Physical exercises are integral parts of a child’s early development. The first step to developing these talents is to engage talented instructors who have experience working with young children.
Physical exercises are very important for our whole brain learning development as well. We have incorporated an “active zone” into the school, where children are encouraged to bounce, wiggle, balance, jump and twist every day. This gives children ample opportunities to exercise and develop their bodies and brains.
RMKG now has a Taiji program supported by a Taiji Research Institute in Tianjin and a Soccer program led by Laliga from Spain.
RMKG is proud to be associated with experienced Music and Physical Education teachers. We can help arrange private and/or group instruction in Piano, Violin, Cello and Music Theory as well as Taiji and Dance to children aged 3.5 and above.
We hope to create an RMKG tradition of staging musical productions under the guidance of professional music, dance, and drama teachers. Singing is one of the best ways to develop sound awareness skills that are critical to reading. The RMKG choir is an opportunity for children to explore their in- born singing abilities. The choir sings in English, Spanish, French and Putonghua. Over the years, the choir has accumulated a vast repertoire of music ranging from Classical music to Jazz music and performs with professional groups in Hong Kong such as the Hong Kong Philharmonic, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and the Greater Bay Philharmonic Orchestra.
The training for the RMKG choir not only include vocal, but also on intonation and the extension of the range of singing in an appropriate degree. Singing helps a child to concentrate, relax, correct postures and teach them to appreciate music and develops stage deportment, etc.
Through an engaging, relatable, and fun learning process, the objectives for our RMKG choir are to cultivate the solidarity among children on the one hand, like learn to wait and listen to others, to understand, respect and appreciate fellow classmates. On the other hand, we develop children’s abilities to perform the sections of music independently.