June 21st: How can you prepare your child to excel at writing in primary school?

 Join Stamford for a writing workshop led by two of our expert educators, pre-primary teachers, Ms. Talia Ritz and Ms. Jessica Lau. This 1.5 hour session will teach you simple but effective ways to help your child develop the necessary skills for writing. The workshop will demonstrate easy-to-do activities, techniques and resources to help bring out the budding author in your child.  This is a great opportunity for parents of children transitioning from kindergarten to primary school or those in lower elementary to help prepare your child for a lifetime of great writing.

This workshop is best suited for parents of children ages 4-7, but all are welcome. Register today, spaces are limited!

Where:  Admissions Office, Suites 4005-4007, 40/F, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong

When: June 21st | 6:00pm

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Meet the Presenters

Ms. Jessica Lau

Pre-Primary School Teacher, BS, MSc

Ms. Jessica Lau

Jessica’s education training was at University in New York, where she received her Master’s in Special Education. Her Bachelor’s degree was in Early Childhood Education with a Mathematics concentration. She has taught in the U.S. and in Asia including using Common Core standards. She also has TEFL/TESOL certification and years of experience in teaching English as a Foreign Language.  







Ms. Natalia Ritz

Pre-Primary School Teacher, BA, B.Ed, M.Ed

Ms. Natalia Ritz

Natalia is one of our highly qualified early childhood teachers from our Stamford campus in Singapore, where she has been teaching our Nursery and Kindergarten classes for the past 4 years. She has extensive experience in teaching the U.S. AERO and IB curriculum and has held middle leadership positions in curriculum planning and creation. Prior to joining Stamford in Singapore, Natalia taught at international schools in Hong Kong and Dubai. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Drama, a Bachelor of Education with an Elementary and Early Childhood focus as well as a Master’s in Special Education.