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A hand extends from the viewer's right, holding a transparent card in the foreground. Hovering above a cardboard section at the bottom, the card depicts a drawing of two ringed black circles, which touch each other and resemble eyes that are crossed. In the out-of-focus background, three children sit facing the viewer on the floor.

Kindergarten Programmes

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Type: School Programme
Language: Multiple
Audience: Students
Programme
Ongoing
A hand extends from the viewer's right, holding a transparent card in the foreground. Hovering above a cardboard section at the bottom, the card depicts a drawing of two ringed black circles, which touch each other and resemble eyes that are crossed. In the out-of-focus background, three children sit facing the viewer on the floor.

Kindergarten Programmes

Bookings for school visits are now available in phases. All programmes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Phase 1 bookings are closed. Phase 2 bookings is now available until 16 Dec 2022 at 16:00. Teachers can submit their requests through our online application system for visits between 1 February 2023 to 28 April 2023.  Booking results of Phase 2 will be announced via email on 10 January 2023.

Click here for key dates and upcoming phases.

Our Kindergarten School Programmes are co-designed by museum curators and M+ Educators. The programmes aim to provide young students with playful in-gallery learning experiences that use interactive activities to learn about museum etiquette and take simple observation tools and tactile materials to explore the works on display across the M+ galleries.


Prior to the school visit, M+ encourages teachers to arrange an onsite briefing session and location scouting on their own to familiarise themselves with the museum environment and facilities.

After the visit, teachers will also receive learning toolkits and videos for their follow-up classroom activities as extensions of the museum learning experience.

A group of kindergarten students explores the M+ building and Collections through playful and interactive activities. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

A group of kindergarten students explores the M+ building and Collections through playful and interactive activities. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

A group of indergarten students tours around the galleries and explores the M+ Collections. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Unknown (Hong Kong), Watermelon ball, circa 1959. © M+, Hong Kong. Gift of Vincent Au Yeung, 2016. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Jules Yap Mei Mei. BUMERANG Lamp Shade, 2016. M+, Hong Kong, © Jules Yap Mei Mei. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

A group of kindergarten students explores the M+ building and Collections through playful and interactive activities. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

A group of kindergarten students explores the M+ building and Collections through playful and interactive activities. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

A group of indergarten students tours around the galleries and explores the M+ Collections. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Unknown (Hong Kong), Watermelon ball, circa 1959. © M+, Hong Kong. Gift of Vincent Au Yeung, 2016. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Jules Yap Mei Mei. BUMERANG Lamp Shade, 2016. M+, Hong Kong, © Jules Yap Mei Mei. Photo: M+, Hong Kong

Special arrangement under the Prevention and Control of Disease Regulation 

If activities must be conducted in smaller groups following the Prevention and Control of Disease Regulation (Prohibition on Group Gathering Cap. 599G), please plan to have additional teachers and parents to accompany students during their visits to ensure their safety and a smooth running of self-guided activities. We recommend a 1:3 ratio of teachers and parents to students.

M+ has been identified as a specified premise of the Vaccine Pass. Children ages 5 to 11 are required to comply with the vaccination requirements under the Vaccine Pass arrangements for entering specified premises. To prepare the visits of school group, teacher-in-charge is encouraged to ensure all participants are eligible for entering specified premises of the Vaccine Pass and collect their electronic or printed vaccination records or Exemption Certificates before the visit. Please note that teachers and parents entering M+ are required to use the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ mobile application to scan the venue QR code in accordance with government requirements. For the latest arrangement of visit, please refer to Plan Your Visit on M+ website.

For any enquires, please contact us at  [email protected].

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