Established in 1966, the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council (the Welfare Council) has been providing multifaceted services to individuals across all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds in line with its service philosophy, “Personalised Service, Holistic Care”, to “Transform Lives” so they may be “Lived in Abundance”. With over 200 service units and member agencies across the territory, in Macau and Guangzhou, the Welfare Council has established a comprehensive and close-knit service network. As a branch of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, the Welfare Council walks in the footsteps of the Son of Peace, working hand in hand with churches and schools to deliver love and care to the local community, and to reach out to international communities in a collective effort to build a loving society.
The school was established in 1994, providing whole-day education and caring service for children aged between 2 to 6. It is a detached three-story building tucked away in a peaceful corner of Sai Kung surrounded by fresh air. The environment of the three-story independent school building is quiet and fresh. With abundant teaching materials and equipment, the school is committed to establishing an ideal learning and growth environment for students.
Nurture joyful, confident, kind and healthy children in the love of Christ.
Discover and support the true and unique personalities of children,
as well as their developmental needs and learning habits.
Fostering the well-rounded development of our students in the domains of morals, intellect, physique, social skills and aesthetics based on the love of Christ. The school development goals are set according to our values, creating a solid foundation for our students to embark on a lifelong learning journey.
We believe in：
- Following the footsteps of Christ to reach out and touch lives;
- Every student’s ability;
- Respecting the uniqueness of each student, especially in terms of learning methods and habits;
- The major driver behind learning is happiness and a sense of security;
- The importance of health in overall development;
- The need for students to establish harmonious relationships with themselves, their families, society, and the natural environment; and
- Meaningful learning via real-life experiences.