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
Times Nursery School

Our school promotes a caring culture and nurtures the spirit of love for yourself, love for others and love for learning from an early age. We also foster children’s potential to explore and learn through a variety of teaching strategies, thereby promoting holistic development.

School News

2023-2024 Children’s Creative Art Exhibtion
Video Highlights
School Annual Report
K3 Graduating Class present “LOVE is Simple”
Praise for our school and teachers from parents
Long Yan’s mom
I’m glad that Times Nursery School has introduced STEM elements (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in its curriculum to inspire children’s learning. Children are naturally born explorers and scientists and STEM learning opportunities can be found everywhere in the nature and daily life. Thus Children can learn about the world through a variety of learning methods that develop their creativity, collaboration and problem-solving skills, and can also enhance their relationships with their parents through these learning processes.
Wan Yin’s mom
Covid-19 is a scourge, but it has brought out the best in humanity. We witnessed how, despite the pandemic, the whole school worked together to organize a series of wonderful, enjoyable and heart-touching events in a safe manner during the lockdown period. Principal Chow, Supervisor Wong, and all of the teachers and staff members put in a lot of time and effort to adapt to this difficult situation, turning the impossible into possible with their love and effort!
Bing Kong’s mom
As a parent, I’ve had the pleasure of attending the “Picture Book Workshop with Parents” and have learnt a lot from it! I’m so happy to be going back to school and telling stories to the children! I thought I would bring joy to them, but instead, their warmth and innocent smiles gave me more joy than I ever could have expected, and made me feel extremely happy from the bottom of my heart! Apart from attending the “Fun Teaching” workshop, this was another precious experience which I have got to foster a better relationship with my kid! Even as a working mother, I feel the joy of parenting and great thanks to the Times Nursery School!
Tsz Lok’s mom
The school was fast enough to respond when the Education Bureau announced that all schools were to be closed during the severe moments of the pandemic. Starting from the extended Chinese New Year holiday, we were updated every day with “amid pandemic parent-child games” story sharing and religious messages. Every one or two weeks, we received homework kits, pandemic safety items etc via courier service. During this period, we saw the principal and teachers working so hard, and they were constantly striving for the best for our children’s limited resources. I could feel the teachers’ passion and selflessness throughout this entire period.
Kacey’s mom
I still remember how my kid cried so severely when she first started kindergarten. Now, she looks forward to going to school and meeting her classmates and teachers every day. We have witnessed the school going through extraordinary strengths to teach children during the difficult times, and being patient with parents while resolving all issues. This is what makes Times Nursery School such a warm and loving place for children to thrive in. The principal, teachers and assistants are dedicated to taking care of and teaching our children on a daily basis, providing them with the best possible education in terms of book knowledge, moral development and self-care skills.
Shing Yan’s dad
The school organized “Fun Parental Teaching” workshops for parents of kids from the Toddler and Nursery Classes. I can see that the school places a lot of emphasis on building close parent-child relationships, and this is something that drives me to continue to work hard in this direction.
Additional Resources
  • Our school was granted $397,920 from the Education Bureau under the “Support for Non-Chinese Speaking Students” to hire teaching staff, conduct non-Chinese speaking group activities and purchase relevant teaching materials.
  • Our school was granted $10,070 under the EDB’s “Promotion of Reading Grant for Kindergartens Pilot Scheme” for purchasing books and promoting reading activities.
  • Our school was granted $51,480 under the “Home-School Cooperation Grants” (2020/21 school year) for three types of applications, including the recurrent grant for PTA, grant for home-school cooperation activities and grant for co-organizing home-school cooperation programs.
  • Our school was granted $2,000 from the “Greening School Subsidy Scheme” organized by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department for making school environments greener.
  • Our school was granted $109,954.000 from the “JC Kindergarten Digital Capacity Enhancement Scheme” to support the purchase of devices such as electronic digital equipment and computer software, and to provide related technical support to help the school make good use of electronic teaching methods. This has helped to improve home-school collaboration and support the development of children amid the new norm of education.