The highlights of students First Semester Unit 2 in school

This is the activity highlight of the second unit of K1 “I Can Do It”, in which students learned about their different abilities and developments, such as learning to stick stickers, creating fingerprints, and mastering the skills of stamping. In addition, the students celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival together and learned about Chinese culture~

The second unit of learning in K2 is “The Baby Elephant Has a Long Trunk”. In this unit, the children learned about the physical characteristics of baby elephants and used paper plates to create baby elephant drawings and small hand trees. In addition, the children also learned about some Mid-Autumn Festival customs, such as admiring the moon, eating mooncakes, playing with lanterns 🏮, and enjoying the festive atmosphere.

In the Gorilla Bakery unit in K3, children can try their hand at playing the role of a baker and making sandwiches by themselves. In this unit, students can also use watercolor and wood colors to draw their favorite breads, such as doughnuts, sandwiches, hot dogs, etc. At the same time, children learn to use scissors to cut paper and try to cut out symmetrical patterns in the theme. In addition, the theme activities were integrated into the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Costumes Activity, so that the children could learn about different ethnic costumes and the festival culture of the Mid-Autumn Festival.


TWGHs Kindergartens Amazing Channel

[Learn more about animals – Panda】

When you think of pandas, do you think of the fat and cute national treasure?
Pandas are divided into “big pandas” and “little pandas. “This episode “Know More about Animals.”
In this session, children from Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Ma Chan King Ha Kindergarten will introduce two kinds of little trivia about pandas; both are very cute!
What animal will appear in the next episode? You might as well leave a message below to guess most !
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Biliterate and trilingual

Our school has three foreign teachers so that children can improve their English skills with immersive English and rich context in the school environment. Among them, children’s daily English, instructions, and pronunciation have also enhanced. Foreign teachers’ teaching can better coordinate with the school’s diversified learning and activities so that children’s learning effectiveness can complement each other. Many studies have pointed out that learning two languages ​​​​in the early stages of children can improve various cognitive abilities, make the brain more flexible in switching tasks, and significantly improve concentration and memory, which benefits children’s brains.


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!


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:

Parents Zone

Spinal problems should not be ignored. How to do the test at home?

Parenting Tips


Written by : Chiropractor, Dr. Wan Man Ho

Children are prone to sitting problems, even scoliosis and kyphosis. Parents should find out their children’s problems early and make corrections. But how can parents tell when their   children have scoliosis and kyphosis problems?

For scoliosis, parents can try the Adam Test, a common test used by chiropractors, by      asking a child to bend forward with his hands on the ground and see if there is a problem  with the muscles on either side of the spine. If there is, it means that there is a high           probability of scoliosis.

In terms of kyphosis, it means looking from the side, the head is in front of the body, as if  the neck is stretched out, or the head is bowed for a long time and the shoulders are bent    forward. Most children in Hong Kong have a functional condition, and often, as long as they are reminded to sit up straight, they will be able to sit up straight and stop having a        kyphosis.

To improve the kyphosis, the most important thing is to open both shoulders, use the         strength of the waist to lift the chest, and bring the chin back near the head. This is the      most correct sitting posture and will improve the kyphosis.

Spine problems are related to the foot?


Some children have flat feet, resulting in a bit of in-toeing or out-toeing. The shape of the  foot will slowly affect the pelvis and create some highs and lows.


If a child often bumps his knees when learning to walk or even trips over himself after a    few steps, this may be a case of in-toeing or even an imbalance of the feet.

If your child has any of these problems, you should take him or her to a professional, such as a chiropractor, physiotherapist, or even a podiatrist, to get checked out. 

Parents Zone

Learn English from games without difficulty

Parenting Tips


Source: Speech therapist, Miss Carley


Often, we want children to learn English vocabulary, which may be difficult and boring for them. In fact, parents can try to create some simple games for children to learn these English words through the process of playing.


The first game is called “Covering the Card.” It is similar to the card game we usually play. Parents can write some words that children need to learn on white paper and draw more sheets with laughing faces. How do I play it? To begin, we must mix the cards and distribute them evenly to each player; for example, each parent and child will receive four cards. Then, take turns playing the top card. For example, if this card is drawn, read out the word, explain its meaning, and use the word in a sentence. But if a laughing face is drawn, the player needs to quickly slap the card. If the player is slower, they must take all the cards and keep them in their hands. The player with no cards in their hand wins.

The second game is called “passing three levels.” It is actually similar to the game we usually play, but this time we have pre-written some vocabulary words in the nine squares. Then, we take turns with the child to draw some crosses or circles. For example, if I draw a cross here, I need to read, explain, and make a sentence with the vocabulary word in this square. Then it’s the parent’s turn; they might use a circle, just like in “passing three levels.” The first person to connect three cards in a straight-line win.


The third game is a memory matching game. Parents can write some Chinese characters that children need to learn on white paper and write each character twice. Parents can randomly place pairs of word cards on the table. Then parents can ask the children to take a look and remember them, and then flip the cards over. Parents and children take turns flipping over two cards. If they match, the child is asked to use the word to make a sentence, explain its meaning, and read it out loud.



“Exciting Updates on Primary School Allocation”

We are thrilled to announce that this year’s graduating class allocation results are in, and we are proud to report that 100% of our students have been admitted to their top three primary school choices! Congratulations to all of our graduating students and their families. We wish you all a bright future and a pleasant and effective learning experience in your new primary schools.

Parents Zone

How should parents deal with young children who are overly addicted to cell phone games?

Parenting Tips


Source: Family Dynamic, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Hypnotherapist, Wong Shi Ming


Phones emit light and sound, which always attracts children to play endlessly. Some children cannot let go of their phones no matter what they are doing, whether it is eating, riding in a car, or going to school. How can parents solve this problem?


First of all, everyone should understand that the children’s reaction is inevitable. Phones can provide a lot of sensory stimulation, and there is no game over. It can be restarted, which gives a sense of accomplishment and can also distance children from the pressure and frustration of parents and school, making them feel invincible. Physiologically speaking, playing electronic games will release a large amount of dopamine in the brain, which excites and stimulates the frontal lobe, and gradually loses self-control. Therefore, many adults cannot control themselves, let alone children?



Children can also be drawn to phones without realizing it, which gives most parents in Hong Kong nightmares today. I see many parents and children caught in a never-ending cycle of struggle and frustration. If not controlled, it not only affects children’s learning but also seriously affects their focus, brain development, health, and eye diseases. Therefore, phone addiction will also be listed as a form of psychological addiction, like alcohol and drugs.

In fact, I have seen a middle school student addicted to playing the mobile game “PUBG,” where he had to pick up items on the ground, some of which could be booby-trapped and explode. What caused him to be hospitalized? He was unable to use his hands to hold objects; instead, he had to touch them lightly, which caused him to feel nervous. He was afraid of using his fingers to pick up things. Therefore, if you discover such a problem, you can handle it early and prevent situations like the one above from happening.


Parents have more experience, wisdom, and resources than their children, and you can’t lose as a parent. Your only weakness is that you love your child too much. You may be too soft-hearted, but you need to know that it’s easy to give but hard to take it back. Therefore, parents should first negotiate a reasonable and feasible plan with their children, such as allowing 30 minutes of playtime per day, but only after they finish their homework.


As for controlling children, parents should first choose an appropriate battlefield, avoiding public places, and the best place is at home. Even when taking the phone away, parents should try to avoid physical contact, such as snatching or unplugging the phone cord, which could harm the relationship with their child. Parents should first use a gentle and affirmative tone to warn their child multiple times. If the child still refuses to hand over the phone, remind him of the consequences he agreed to, and eventually, when he falls asleep, you will be able to retrieve it. But parents must firmly execute the consequences without any room for negotiation, even if it means resorting to negative strategies.

To provide a more positive approach, parents can offer opportunities for their children to engage in outdoor activities together and create a family environment that gives children options, a sense of achievement, and a chance to start over, building their confidence and abilities, all of which can help attract children away from their phones.


Finally, many parents worry that if their child doesn’t have a phone while other children do, it could lead to feelings of inadequacy and concerns about falling behind in their development. So, I know it’s not possible to keep kids away from phones completely, but I think parents should try to keep their kids away from phones for as long as possible, especially when they’re young.


At the same time, parents should be careful and not take this issue lightly. With enough creativity and interaction with their children and by remaining persistent, parents can change their children’s habits.