Ms Karen Kan

Time flies! I am gratified when I see students at Kin Sang Pre-School grow well in their wisdom and stature.  Every year K2 and K3 students actively participate in various kinds of activities.  Alumni enjoy their wonderful primary school lives.  More than that, N and K1 students get adapted to life in the pre-school.  We as educators cultivate a suitable learning environment, for we expect that each child would, according to their own pace, attain all-rounded development.

I thank God for bringing staff to this School.  They are all dynamic, aspiring, hard-working, and are caring to the children.  They work together to move the School forward.  Our School will receive grace and blessing from the Heavenly Father and bring glory to Him as we continue to serve the families and the children in Tuen Mun District.


The Education Bureau (EDB) introduced the Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide to facilitate the implementation of the Free Quality Kindergarten Education Scheme.  Based on the Guide, the School designs a school-based curriculum which covers all-rounded and balanced development in children’s knowledge, skills and attitudes.  The curriculum comprises development in children’s morality, intellect, language, sociality, aesthetics, and spirituality.  In addition, Putonghua and English activities are arranged to enhance children’s bi-literal and tri-lingual abilities.

  1. English Class: The Native English teacher teaches children phonics, vocabularies, kid songs, short sentences and stories in a lively and practical way.  They nurture in children an interest in and an ability to use English.  Apart from scheduled weekly classes, the teacher interacts with the children by participating in their free time and split-group time.
  2. Putonghua Class: The Putonghua teacher splits children into small groups according to their abilities.  By means of games, children in the same group interact and build confidence in speaking Putonghua.  The teacher teaches daily-life words and phrases. Students learn from listening, speaking and reading.
  3. Physical Fitness Class: By implementing systematic physical fitness classes that adapt to the course of children development, the instructor trains children’s physical fitness, bodily persistence, sense of balance, coordination, flexibility, as well as their independence, cooperation, self-confidence and attentiveness.

The School designs the school-based curriculum on the basis of Christ’s love for the people and the idea of “children-centeredness”.  The comprehensive curriculum allows children to experience the joy of learning through games.  The School adopts Activity-based and Story Book-based teaching modes and Project Approach that correspond to children’s daily-life experience.  Outdoor visits and extra-curricular activities stimulate children’s interest in learning.  The School also provides Theme-based explorations and experiential activities.  Everyday children learn through whole-group, small-group and corner-size activities.


Teachers conduct observation and progressive evaluation for each child.  A portfolio is prepared for each child so that parents have a full understanding of the child’s development in all aspects.  We show concern on diversity of individuals, and make referrals and offer counsels for students with special needs.