At Hua Wen, we cultivate 5 key abilities in our students

for them to conquer future challenges.

​Learning Ability 


Critical Thinking



How do we give our children these abilities?

Learn for Yourselves

Our STREAM lessons are based on the belief that learning is most effective when students are learning for themselves. Through interdisciplinary problem based learning, students learn to tackle real-life problems to develop their problem-solving skills, while strengthening their collaborative and creative skills.


Communication is the process of information transmission and exchange of opinions. It’s a way of establishing commonality. Communication is one of the most fundamental abilities of an individual. It bridges the gap between people and brings our society closer.

Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is the ability to analyze information objectively and make a reasoned judgment. It refers to a way of thinking that is clear, rational, open-minded and informed by evidence.


Creativity is composed of comprehensive optimization of complex multi-factors such as knowledge, intelligence, ability and excellent personality. Creativity refers to the ability to generate new ideas, discover and create new things. It is the ability to produce creatively in the thinking process and the ability to have a creative lifestyle.


“The father of modern character education” developmental psychologist, Dr. Lickona believes that character education can be divided into performance character and moral character.

Performance character includes diligence, perseverance, initiative, self-discipline, goal setting, determination and creativity.

Moral character includes integrity, justice, fairness, compassion, care, empathy, humility, respect for others, trustworthiness and generosity.

The combined qualities of these two character values are the emphasis of our character education.


Math is an exercise for the mind. We believe math should be the guide that leads children to discover the wonderful connections between math and their surroundings. All logics and thinking skills become children’s innate tools to understand the world and to help children develop a creative thinking mentality.

Through our math curriculum, children will learn to pursue the truth and stay curious, while providing the students with skills to integrate, summarize, analyze and solve problems.


CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) is the core of our English curriculum. The interdisciplinary teaching material published by National Geographic Learning incorporates different themes from various subjects is developmentally appropriate allowing students to learn English in a natural and meaningful way.

For younger students of beginner levels, we focus on pronunciation and the basics of the English language. For intermediates, the application of vocabularies and sentences in real life situations are our focus. For advance levels, we place a strong emphasis on reading and writing.

In addition to our daily English classes, we also incorporate English learning into various subjects and activities to make language learning interesting. Language is a tool for communication and should be taught as such.


With exploration and implementation as our core belief, while linking life experiences and scientific concepts, our hands-on approach curriculum design teaches students the process of scientific exploration and the ability to analyze and solve problems.

Through activity based learning, students engage in exploration, observation, inquiry, planning, experimentation, and induction to develop thinking skills such as critical thinking and creativity.


Our coding curriculum not only teaches coding but also computational thinking, digital literacy and 21st century skills through blended learning models and computer science teachings. Utilizing progressive learning materials, students interact with computers and learn to generate ideas, innovate and solve problems with hands-on approach, and gradually improve children’s skills and knowledge to lay the foundation for the future.

Social Studies

Our social studies’ action-oriented curriculum feature not only fosters the world citizenship mindset and problem-solving skills among students, but also encourages collaboration, inquiry, induction, analysis, critical-thinking and presentation skills. Students will engage in field studies and interviews in the community to learn to act autonomously and to be caring. Our digitalized and internationalized curriculum also aims to help our students become global citizens.


“Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them.” – Gerald Ford

With music literacy cultivation as our starting point and professionalism our goal, we’d like our students to be able to experience the joy of musical appreciation. Our curriculum includes world music, modern, jazz, classical, film, and much more, combined with digital media and flexible teaching material, allowing our students to enjoy creating music instinctively, playing music and realize one’s own potential.


Art is the language of children. Creativity is an innate ability, and it is our goal to provide an unrestrictive space for children to develop that ability.

Our curriculum design centers on hands-on activities and art appreciation. Students will learn about the elements of art, design thinking, artistic content and more through a variety of creative themes. Furthermore, character education will be implemented in our art class. Students will learn about collaboration, respect and empathy through design thinking lessons.

Physical Education

Believing in the concept of community resource sharing, we work together with different sports centers and institutions to bypass campus space limitation and allow our students to experience high standard sports facilities.

Under the guidance of professional coaches, students will engage in sports activities such as swimming, cycling, gymnastics or electives like dancing, tennis, badminton, parkour, fencing and golf. We arrange two whole afternoons per week for our students to enjoy the benefits of regular exercise and develop a lifelong sports habit.



The core of our Chinese language class is character education. The curriculum development principles are to combine humanities and technology, classics and modern, and east and west; and by utilizing innovative teaching methods to expand vocabulary, phrases and articles and comparative writings to create a new learning style. The curriculum also incorporates enlightenment literature, poetry, and classical literature to develop students’ cultural and language literacy.




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