Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. (Proverbs 22:6)

Hong Kong Christian Service
Kwun Tong Nursery School

In addition to thematic learning and project-based learning, our school also follows the Montessori Education method, together we use science games, free play and diversified arts to boost our children’s learning potential.

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School News
K3 Graduating Class present “LOVE is Simple”
Parents’ Sharing
Video Highlights
Compliments from Parents
Mum A
“Thank you for working so hard when dealing with the many challenges we have faced this year. We really appreciate it.”
Dad C
“Thank you for all your affirmative care and support during these challenging times under the Covid-19 pandemic. What an unforgettable experience in life!”
Dad B
“Thank you for working with us through these difficult times. Although we have already completed the primary school allocation process, the school is still helping our child prepare for the challenges of adapting to Primary One.”
Mum D
“Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the children’s well-being and health during the school closure amid the Covid-19 pandemic, thank you so much!”
Additional Resources
Our school was granted $15,485from the Education Bureau under the “Promotion of Reading Grant for Kindergartens Pilot Scheme” in 2022/23 for purchasing books and promoting reading activities.

Our school was granted $2,000 for the maintenance of green areas and $2,000 for green activities under the 2022/23 “Green School Subsidy Scheme”.

Our school received a donation of “Play with Kids” Parent-Child Boxes from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust for children aged 3-6, to enhance parent-child relationships and to help promote family harmonious environment.

Our school participated in the three-year CoolPlay Project hosted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education and IVE to promote the development of STEM education for local children.

Our school received seedlings from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department under the “One Person, One Flower Scheme” and “Planting Herbs in School Scheme”.