The highlights of students First Semester Unit 1 in school

K1’s First Unit – Adaptation Week and First Day of School

Our K1 students had a fantastic time at TWGHs Chan King Har Kindergarten. They explored the campus, met teachers and classmates, and tried new activities like having teatime at school, singing, and creating crafts. It was an exciting start to their school journey!

K2’s First Unit Highlight: “Tintin Makes Friends”.

In this unit, our K2 students had a blast creating an “environmental sand mallet” and conducting a rolling experiment together. It was a fun-filled experience that sparked their curiosity and enthusiasm.

K3’s First Unit Highlight: “They All Love Me”

In the “They All Love Me” unit, our K3 students explored the roles and responsibilities of family members while learning to be filial. They engaged in exciting activities like folding “their own home,” writing family members’ names, and creating clay characters with glue. It was a delightful and enriching experience for our students!

Parents Zone

How to effectively calm children when dealing with parent-child conflicts?

Parenting Tips

How to effectively calm children when dealing with parent-child conflicts?

Source: Parenting Education Specialist, Ken Sir

From time to time, conflicts may arise between children and adults. In handling these conflicts, communication skills with children are very important, and there is a big difference between starting with “you” and starting with “I.”

Once, I was at the elevator entrance and saw a child trying to press the elevator button, but another child pressed it first. The child’s emotions immediately became volatile, and although the mother tried to bend down and deal with the situation, she found it difficult to calm the child’s emotions. What was involved in the situation?

This involves the mother using a few phrases, including “don’t cry”, “what do you want?” or “do you want me to go down to the next floor and let you press the button?” I want to remind parents that if they want to calm a child’s emotions, they should avoid using these types of phrases.

If we want to calm a child’s emotions, we can try using “I” at the beginning of the sentence, such as “I see you…”, “I know that you really want…”, and “Mom and Dad understand you”. When a child hears these words from their perspective, they will feel that you are on their side rather than opposing them.

In this way, through your body language—calming and hugging—it helps the child gradually learn to be calm and then slowly instill what you want to teach them. This would be very good.


2024-2025 Freshman Form Collection Date

Our school will begin accepting applications for 2024-2025 academin year from 9:00 to 12:00 pm on 7/10/2023 (Saturday). Parents who are interested in applying are asked to submit relevant documents to the school (including filled-in form, registration form, original and copy of birth certificate, passport sized photos, four self-addressed envelopes with $4 stamps and addresses).

Parents can also submit application forms and related documents to the school during the following hours:

Monday to Friday: 9:00am – 4:30pm

Saturday: 9:00am -12:00pm


2024-2025 Kindergarten’s curriculum orientation day & Campus Open Day

Kindergarten’s curriculum orientation day (there are still a few places left, so register as soon as possible!!!)

Date: 21-10-2023(Saturday)

Time: 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Audience: Parents who want to nurture their children

Content: Introducing the school’s philosophy of cultivating talents, curriculum features and introduction to learning activities

Venue: Kowloon City Baptist Jubilee (Yun Ping) Primary School

Campus Open Day

Date: 28-10-2023(Saturday)

Time: 9:30a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Audience: interested parents and children

Content: Tour of campus facilities, English games, exploration of activity areas, and experience the fun of S.T.E.A.M activities

Venue: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Chan King Har Kindergarten

If interested, parents can register through this website: