Vision and Mission

Kind Hing Trinity International Kindergarten & Nursery (KHT), which is managed by Dramatic English International Kindergarten (DEIK), develops children into leaders of the future who excel in Communication, Creativity, and Care both locally and globally by ensuring students gain mastery in the following domains: Multi-lingual abilities, Socio-Cultural Relationships, Cognitive Development, Emotional Intelligence, Performing and Visual Arts, and Kinesthetic Skills.

DEIK acknowledges the role of English as the lingua franca of the modern world, and also recognizes the growing importance of achieving competency in written and spoken Chinese. Therefore, DEIK has designed a unique curriculum in which pupils communicate and achieve proficient literacy skills in English, and achieve similar communicative and literacy skills in both Cantonese and Putonghua (Mandarin). DEIK also strives to facilitate a multi-cultural approach to engaging with the changing world through incorporating blended learning techniques into our instruction.

At the core of our curriculum is the use of drama and other performing arts to facilitate learning and encourage pupils to develop their creativity, expressiveness and self-confidence.

DEIK aims at partnering with educators and investors all over the world who would love to provide kindergarten education to children and who share the same vision. The Kind Hing Trinity International Kindergarten KHT in Mui Wo is one such partner.

“Education, for most people, means trying to lead the child to resemble the typical adult of his society …  But for me, education means making creators, … You have to make inventors, innovators, not conformists.”
Jean Piaget


KHT aims to be a breath of fresh air to the Hong Kong early childhood education community. We function as a boutique kindergarten committed to dramatic play, fostering creativity and allowing children the opportunity to better learn to express themselves through the performing arts. never settling for ‘good enough’, KHT seeks to discover real, tangible ‘teachable moments’ that are contextually based and supported by a community of creativity. Incorporating process drama techniques is at the core of our ethos; we believe that every child has the capacity to solve problems in a creative and engaging way, and we seek to empower our pupils to consider a multitude of viewpoints.

We believe small is beautiful, and with a student-teacher ratio of well under 10:1, a maximum capacity of 80 students, and 4 classes of no more than 20 students each, our teachers are positioned to give every child the most intimate care and love as they grow with us. We will also cater for each child’s cognitive, physical and emotional development and allow each child to discover their own learning curve.

Standing out from the crowd at school