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Day Crèches

Service Features

The SHARE Values of Day Crèche Service

The first 3 years of life is an extraordinary and vital part of children’s development. During this period, it is important to help them foster good habit, develop secure attachment and build up basic abilities so as to lay a good foundation for their learning and all-round development.

The objective of SHARE is to satisfy children’s developmental needs, and to provide a safe environment for children to grow up and explore. We believe that a good partnership between parents and teachers is important on the process of children growth.


Build up confidence and emotion expression ability


Develop good living habit and self-care ability, and build a healthy body


Develop basic cognitive, early communication and motor skills


Build up social emotional and attachment development


Cultivate learning and exploratory spirit


Sign Language Collaborative Programme for Infants

Develop basic cognitive, early communication and motor skills

We introduced American baby sign as early into our daily teaching as early as in 2009 and joined the pilot programme of “Learning Sign Language – Start from Infants” held by the Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies (CSLDS) of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2012. We officially applied Sign Language programme at all day crèches starting from 2014.

Aims of the programme

  • Provide bilingual channels (spoken and sign language) for babies to communicate and express, as well as enhance their development in different aspects

  • Develop early reading ability

Content of the programme

For babies
  • Reading scheme
  • Sign language for daily life use
  • Bilingual story telling
For parents
  • Talks
  • Parent sign language classes
  • Parent-child bilingual story telling workshops
  • Website for learning


Super Kids Nutrition Programme

Foster good living habits and self-care ability, and build healthy body

Aims of the programme

  • Establish the policy and measures of healthy diet for children of 0-3 years old in our day crèches

  • Increase the efficiency and knowledge of our staff for the healthy diet for children

  • Promote the awareness to healthy diet for young children among service users

Content of the programme

  • Design a balanced diet menu for children according to seasons for the whole year

  • Formulate and monitor the meals’ cooking procedures, quality, nutritional values, hygiene and safety guides and rules

  • Provide respective eating training to children according to their development

  • Continuing to support parents to develop their children’s balanced diet habit from childhood

  • Provide themed talks for parents

Features of our menu

  • Great variety of food, nurturing the habit of eating different kinds of food from childhood

  • The texture of food stimulates the growth of children’s oral muscles and development of oral cavity

  • Healthy cooking method to retain the original taste of food and stimulate children’s sense of taste

  • Menu is changed quarterly to use seasonal food materials

  • “Green Monday” to promote balanced diet with fruits and vegetables


Baby Massage

Build social emotional skills and attachment

Affectionate touch and rhythmic movement are among the most powerful forms of communication between babies and their care giver, so they're great ways for you to bond. Giving baby a massage stimulates their central nervous system, which sets off a chain reaction – it makes their brain produce more serotonin, a feel-good chemical, and less cortisol, a hormone that's secreted in response to stress. As a result, baby's heart rate and breathing may slow down, and they becomes more relaxed. It’s an easier way to build up secure attachment.

Content of the programme

  • Formulate the baby massage guidance for teachers

  • Formulate 12 types of massage

  • Provide massage to babies from new born to 7 months old every week

  • Provide training for our staff

  • Parent workshops and talks

Delivering the Service

Qualification of Teachers

  • All teachers are registered as Child Care Worker under the Social Welfare Department, and some have completed or are pursuing bachelor’s  or master’s degree in early childhood education

  • All teachers have obtained the First Aid Certificate

  • All teachers have received training for Baby Signs and infant massage

Partnership with Parents

We strive to partner with parents to extend quality child care into families.

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