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1996

Tivoli Anglo-Chinese Kindergarten was established by Carmen Ka-Mun Chan to provide preschool service to professional social strata, when Hong Kong’s first sandwich class housing complex “Tivoli Gardens” was built in Tsing Yi. FormerGovernor Chris Patten and his wife, Lavendar Patten who visited us one month after opening, gave a very positive feedback.

Tivoli was established with the purpose of catering to local and international children and has an Anglo-Chinese as well as an International sections to provide a language-rich learning environment.


1999

Tivoli Nursery Due to the increasing demand for places, Tivoli Nursery was opened as a second branch in “Tsing Yi Gardens” to cater to children from two to three years old. Tivoli Nursery Due to the increasing demand for places, Tivoli Nursery was opened as a second branch in “Tsing Yi Gardens” to cater to children from two to three years old.

 


2004

Tivoli Mutual Help Center

With the support of the Social Welfare Department (SWD), Tivoli Mutual Help Center was established within Cheung Hong Estate, Tsing Yi District. The Mutual Help Center was the first of its kind in Tsing Yi to provide occasional child care services primarily for children under six years of age. Its aim was to provide a community service for working parents or for unexpected situations with parent volunteers to avoid children being left unattended at home.


2005

Kwai Tsing Safe and Healthy School Award, awarded by Kwai Tsing Safe Community and Healthy City Association Ltd.

 

 

 


2007

Quality Assurance Inspection Report, awarded by Quality Assurance Kindergartens Department of Education Bureau

 

 

 


2008

Tivoli Kindergarten: Gold Award, Healthy Schools (Pre-Schools) Award Scheme

Tivoli Nursery: Silver Award, Healthy Schools (Pre-Schools) Award Scheme

jointly awarded by Education Bureau of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, The Kong Kong Institute of Education and the Center for Health Education and Health Promotion of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to kindergartens that meet standards set by the World Health

 


2010

Tivoli International Playschool was opened as a third branch in “Tsing Yi Gardens” to cater to multi-culture children from two to six years old.

 

 

 


2016

EDB Quality Review Reports