An integral part of the experience
Reflecting our unique philosophy, the award-winning facilities at SPRING are an integral part of the experience and benefit from a clean sheet design. Every aspect of the varied open areas and rooms has been carefully planned to ensure relevance and interest for children, parents and our educators.
Particular emphasis has been placed on spatial planning to optimise the distribution of activities and people in order to encourage sharing of knowledge amongst peer groups, and ultimately for students, parents and educators to forge stronger connections.
Designed by professional chefs, SPRING’s kitchen creates an authentic learning experience that would inspire any budding chef in our Cooking@SPRING programme. Our kitchen has 10 child-sized cooking stations equipped with stainless steel worktops and top-notch kitchen equipment by Bauknecht. Our long dining table is also the teaching area for classroom-style sessions, and dual-height wash basins make washing up safe and easy.
SPRING Café is an open-plan space generously proportioned with casual seating for both adults and children. While enjoying some down time in the café, choose a snack from our daily selection of healthy, light refreshments or alternatively feel free to bring your own.
Intertwined with the café area are several pockets of space including three ‘SPRING Pods’ that serve as cosy cocoons for users. Our tree house is another focal point inspired by the greenery outside and offers our young adventurers a place to converge.
The Activity Hall plays a supporting role to the Activity Rooms, featuring Neurosteps’ proprietary apparatus as a centre piece.
Our three Activity Rooms are fitted out to meet the stringent standards of Neurosteps, our neurophysiological development programme. The entrance and viewing window into each room have been creatively designed to spark curiosity, drawing participants inside. Each room also features state-of-the-art, iPad-controlled A/V equipment.
Our cutting-edge sensory development room was built with the needs of toddlers and preschoolers in mind. There’s a water table and messy play area for children to freely satiate their tactile needs. We have a variety of suspended equipment such as swings and a zip line to fulfil vertical, lateral and spinning movements within a safe, padded environment under the supervision of a qualified occupational therapist. We are also the first and only recreational setting in Hong Kong to install a number of tried and tested, well-loved sensory equipment, including a set of suspended lycra layers in which children receive deep pressure, joint compression and movement stimulation. Our ‘snoezelen’ multisensory room offers children unique visual and auditory stimulation in a calming and interactive way.
SPRING’s multi-purpose stadium is the primary venue for our physical competence programmes. Complete with audience bench seating, the space can also accommodate a variety of sporting activities in addition to having the flexibility to host our regular forums and talks.