Our School


In the Spirit of Christ's Love, to preach the Gospel, to provide wholistic care, to serve the community. 


Most of our social services were established in the early 80s. They were primarily set up by the Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA) and were managed by the respective churches. Our service units mainly include neighbourhood elderly centres, day nursery schools, community centres, self-study centres, and other self-financed service units. Since January 1990, the planning and development of C&MA’s social services is officially managed by the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union Hong Kong, which set up the social services office (formerly known as the Central Administrative Unit) to be responsible for service implementation. Since 1990, the C&MA has also officially become a member organization of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service and has become a member organization of The Community Chest since May 1992.

Our current services include:

  • Elderly Services
    Our elderly services started in 1983. We currently have four government-funded elderly neighbourhood centres and two non-government-funded elderly centres, which serve elderly in Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and new towns respectively.


  • Child Care services
    Our Child Care services started in 1983. We currently have six government-funded nursery schools, which are located in various areas in Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories, providing a safe, happy and comprehensive learning environment for children aged 2 to 6.


  • Counselling Services
    The C&MA established the C&MA Personal Growth and Counselling Centre in 2007, which provides case and group counselling services for individuals and families, pre-marital counselling services, and personal growth courses. The centre also provides training courses for pastoral staff, professional counsellors, and social workers.


  • Other Services
    The C&MA plans, sets up and launches innovative service programmes in respond to changing needs of the community. Programmes launched by the unit include the Daily Meal Network, which provides short-term food assistance to poor families, and the Family Support and Counselling Services Scheme, which provides support to families with children.


  • With the love of Christ, professional knowledge, open attitude, and proactive mindset, we cultivate an environment that respect children, filled with love and beauty, and work hand in hand with parents to most appropriately prepare for children’s growth.

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Friday:                       8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Saturday:                                      8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Sunday and Public Holidays:     Closed

Service Goals

  • Let children achieve all-round development on the moral, intellectual, physical, social, aesthetic, and spiritual aspects in life.

  • Cultivate good habits in children and promote their self-care abilities.

  • Expand children’s curiosity and creativity to motivation of active learning.

  • Develop children’s verbal expression abilities to build their confidence and communication skills.

  • Provide happy social lives for children, so as to cultivate positive values, respect, and care for others in them.

  • Cultivate aesthetic appreciation towards life and culture in children

  • Value parental participation, consider parents as partners in kindergarten education, and work with parents to nurture children.

Service Target

  • Children aged 2 to 6

Service Model

  • We adopt a creative and diverse activity model, in combination with children’s life experiences, abilities, and interests, to encourage the grasp of basic knowledge and exploration skills through the process of “doing”, and systematically observe and collect works of children to record their developmental journeys.

  • Caring, experienced registered childcare workers with kindergarten education training.

  • Breakfast, snacks, lunch, and afternoon tea are served every day. The menus are well-designed, nutritious, and delicious, so that children can take in balanced and adequate nutrition and enhance their physical health.


  • Teachers are all well-trained in the professional early childhood education and obtained the registration from both EdB and SWD. The student and teacher ratio is maintained under the regulation.


  • Breakfast, snacks, lunch, and afternoon tea are served every day. The menus are well-designed, nutritious, and delicious, so that children can take in balanced and adequate nutrition and enhance their physical health.

Special Services

  • Integrated Programme
    Two special childcare workers take care of two groups altogether twelve children with special educational needs, who are provided with individual counselling, lifestyle training and social learning, so they can grow happily with other children to achieve integrated education effectively. (*Referrals for this service are made through the Central Referral System of the Social Welfare Department).
  • Occasional Child Care Service
    If parents or caregivers within the district cannot take care of their children aged 2 to 6 due to emergencies or other commitments, to prevent leaving children unattended at home, they may call the school for details about the service. Two-hour, four-hour, six-hour, or full day service is provided.
  • Extended Hours Service
    We provide extended hours service for parents or caregivers who cannot pick up their children on time occasionally due to sudden engagements or work. Please ask our staff for details.


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Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union Hong Kong Limited 

Christian and Missionary Alliance Social Services Unit