Event

  • 12 February, 2014

    Discover Mandarin@SPRING from 12-20 February 2014

    Putonghua immersion facilitated by native speaking educator from Beijing
    Programmes available for 12-18 mnths and 18-24 mnths
    Spaces limited to 6 children per class
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  • Christmas@SPRING SPRING Learning SPRING Hong Kong Christmas Party
    15 December

    Celebrate Christmas in Style

    Bring your family down for the coolest Christmas Party in town
    Enjoy the delightful themed games and activities set up by our SPRING Team Elves
    Join the introductory harp sessions where children can try the harp and sing along to Christmas carols
    RSVP closes Tuesday 3 December, 2013
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  • Halloween SPRING Party 27 October 2013
    27 October, 2013

    Join our Halloween Party

    Fun activities for the family, places are limited so hurry, get your names on the guest list
    Dress up in your costume for our Facebook costume competition, best dressed wins a prize
    RSVP closes on Friday 18 October 2013
    EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED - THANK YOU
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  • Ready for Brunch Event Cooking@SPRING

    Ready for Brunch – Make Your Own Sunday Brunch at SPRING

    No longer available - please enquire for our regular Cooking@SPRING classes
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  • Supersport@SPRING Physical Competence SPRING Learning
    18 - 30 August, 2013

    Introducing new sports to Supersport@SPRING!

    Unlock your child’s sporting potential with more than 15 sports including soccer, basketball, floor hockey, archery, yoga and more
    Book a trial class held from 18-30 August 2013 at no cost!
    Suitable for children from walking to 3 years of age
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  • Effective Discipline SPRING Learning Hong Kong Lora Lee
    4 August, 2013

    One-On-One Discipline Workshop with Lora

    Book your 30 min consultation on Sunday 4 August with Ms Lora Lee, M.Sc, M.A., B.A and learn about “Effective Discipline”
    What is effective discipline and how to plan/implement consistent, clear, realistic consequences
    How to regain control as parent
    How to use “attention” to encourage or terminate behavior
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