- To help children adapt to “school” life, we arrange “increasing” class time and invite parents to accompany them in class to reduce the psychological barriers for children to adapt to school life.
- We design “Primary One Bridging Courses” for children in K3 classes, such as visiting elementary schools and simulating Primary One classes. In order to reduce the anxiety and pressure of being promoted to Primary One.
- On Mondays and Fridays, there are school social workers in our campus to provide services and assistance to parents.
- The school participates in the “School Pre-school Rehabilitation Service Project-Young Women’s Joyous Growth Service” sponsored by the Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association sponsored by the Social Welfare Department.
The purpose is to provide inter-professional assessment and training for children who are waiting for early education and training centers, special child care centers, or kindergarten-cum-child care centers with integrated support programs.
The project consists of an inter-professional team composed of educational psychologists, registered social workers, speech therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and special kindergarten tutors to provide assessments and conduct individual and group training for children, so that relevant students can receive appropriate services. To promote the personal development of children.