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
Tin Heng Nursery School

Tin Heng Nursery School was founded in 2002 as a non-profitable nursery school run by the Hong Kong Christian Service. The school is equipped with four classrooms, one multi-purpose activity room and one physical education room, providing a loving and enjoyable learning environment for our children.

Our school places great emphasis on our children’s development in terms of language, thinking and creative arts. In addition to designing diversified and interactive activities about language, scientific exploration and creative arts which boost our children’s active learning potential and curiosity, we also allow our children to engage in their communities through personal visits and interviews with local professionals and artists. This promotes children’s observation, thinking and creativity skills, and helps them to unleash their unlimited potential. We stress the importance of home-school cooperation and we are closely working and communicating with parents, and together we encourage our children’s learning as a way to develop their potentials.


Our principal received the “2011/2012 Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence” for recognition of our implementation of an integrated arts curriculum for early childhood and our efforts in establishing an excellent learning community. In May 2018, our school passed the EDB’s Quality Review, and won its high recognition and praise.

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Parents’ Praise for the School
Hei Yin and Hei Chit's Parent
Yi Tung and Tsz Huen's Parent
Sze Yu’s Mom
Parents (k3)
“The teachers have been very dedicated to their duties despite the impact of the pandemic, and have been able to make teaching videos and game kits to suit children’s abilities and interests, providing them with diverse and interactive learning sessions.”
Nok Ming and Tsz Ho's Parent
Faan Sing’s Mom
Parents (K2)
“The teachers have been providing a loving and safe learning environment for the children. Despite the fact that the children are not in the classroom for most of the year 2020, the children have still made great self- progress in all aspects by rich teaching materials and cordial contact from school!”
Sze Yui’s Mom
Parents (PN)
“I’m grateful to the teachers for instructing and caring for my daughter. I can see that she is adapting happily to school life and improving socially and emotionally despite the Covid-19 pandemic.”
King Lok’s Mom
Parents (K1)
“Thank you for the support and care that the teachers have extended to the working parents. Moreover, they are very attentive to my son, and always give me suitable parenting advice which help my son to improve”
Additional Resources
Our school was granted $15,105 from the EDB under the “Promotion of Reading Grant for Kindergartens Pilot Scheme” in 2020/21 for purchasing books and promoting reading activities.

Our school was granted $20,000 from the EDB’s “Kindergarten Education Scheme Enhancement Grant for School Websites” to help us improve our school’s website.

Our school was granted $2,000 for green activities in 2020/21 under the “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 help enhance parent-child relationships and for  encouraging harmonious atmosphere in families.

Our school participated in the “Little Angels of Love” Award Scheme for the year 2019-2020 organized by the Hong Kong Early Childhood Educators Association – Association of Hong Kong Kindergarten Education Professional Exchange, and received a book voucher for our efforts.

Our school participated in the Hong Kong Broadband Network’s “Home Learning Support Scheme” and successfully applied for tablets, data cards and Wi-Fi modems for low-income families to support their children as they learn at home.

In order to support the operational difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the EDB provided a one-off “Special Pandemic Grant” in October 2020.

Our school received a Special Child Care Center Grant from the Social Welfare Department for the operation of the Child Care Centers. In addition, we also received a Pandemic Grant for purchasing pandemic safety items, and for disinfecting and cleaning the school premises.

Our school participated in the “JC Kindergarten Digital Capacity Enhancement Scheme” hosted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, which provided funding for selected schools for  the purchase of electronic devices for online teaching and learning.

Our school participated in “KeySteps at JC” hosted by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, and received funding for additional teaching resources. We also conducted research and practiced with professional trainers from the Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association for the Early Childhood Learning Environment Rating Scale Series (ECERS-R/ECERS-E).