Discovery Space - Public Visits

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Discovery Space - Public Visits

Pamela Peck Discovery Space 耀學園

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Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education 2 Tin Wan Hill Road Hong Kong, HKI Hong Kong

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Welcome to Pamela Peck Discovery Space!

For public, one booking (basic fee $100) covers 1 adult and 1 child only. Additional $100 for each extra ticket (1 adult & 1 child). *No walk-in ticket is available*.

For guest holding a Friends of Discovery Space ticket, please book through the Friends of Discovery Space tab on the booking page with your FODS pass number.

Pamela Peck Discovery Space is open for selective sessions 7 days a week from Mondays to Sundays. We are closed on some sessions for deep cleaning & maintenance.

Morning Session: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Afternoon Session: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

If a specific session is not available for selection, the session is either full, blocked for a school excursion or an internal event.

We are unable to accommodate walk-in visitors. Thank you for your understanding.

Guidelines for Visitors at Pamela Peck Discovery Space (PPDS):

1. In order to protect the health of all visitors, students and staff, and to comply with the government’s epidemic prevention guidelines, visitors are requested to pay attention to the epidemic prevention measures as follows:

a) Rapid Antigen Test (RAT)

All visitors must present a photo showing the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) kit with negative result of a test conducted with the preceding 24 hours before entering PPDS. Visitors are not allowed to visit PPDS if the test result is positive.

b) Vaccine Pass

Before entering PPDS, visitors who are above the age of 5, must scan the “Leave Home Safe” QR code and present their vaccination records for inspection. Visitors who present “Red Code” or “Amber Code” on the vaccination record, are not allowed to visit PPDS.

c) Health Declaration Form

All visitors should fill out and sign a “Health Declaration Form” to prevent the occurrence or spread of an infection disease or contamination.

d) Mask on Requirement

All visitors should wear surgical face mask all the time during the visit.

e) Observing Government’s Social Distancing Guidelines

The College makes reference to the Government’s social distancing guidelines. Until the Government relaxes the requirements, visitors should avoid gather in groups.

f) Consumption of Food or Drink

To avoid the removal of masks, food and drink are discouraged.

If children need to eat and/or drink, they should eat and/or drink at the at the outdoor area. They should put their surgical mask on as soon as they have finished eating and/or drinking and avoid eating/drinking in groups.

g) Disinfect your hands with the hand sanitizer provided.

h) Socks are necessary for all adults when indoor.

Note: The College will update the hygiene measures if the Government guidelines changes and if the COVID-19 situation worsens.

2. Safety of the Children

Safety of the children in the hands of the parent(s)/carer(s) who accompany the children during the visit. Do not leave your children unattended. PPDS teachers are not in charge of children supervision.

3. Parent-Child Interaction

Parent-child interaction is pivotal and the cornerstone of our work at PPDS, our teachers are here to facilitate activities and guide educational opportunities.

4. Visiting area of PPDS

Uses of PPDS is restricted to the ground floor facility, unless with express consent of the College. Visitors should not be roaming around the College. Visitors should wear socks and no shoes at indoor area.

5. Reservation of Rights

The College reserves the rights of amendment to visitors’ guidelines, to reduce capacity and closure of the facilities as circumstances require.

* Tickets are not refundable and transferable.