To provide early intervention for children with individual learning needs and conduct training and counseling according to their needs. Through the integration service, children can interact with the natural environment and their peers to enhance learning outcomes.
- To provide care and training to enhance the overall development of children with individual learning needs in the areas of muscular, emotional, intellectual, language, social and self-care skills.
- To allow children to live with their peers, learn from one another and accept one another so that their potential can be fully unleashed.
Same as full-time schooling.
Children aged 2 to 6 referred by the Central Referral System for Rehabilitation Services of the Social Welfare Department (SWD).
Capacity: 112 children
─ Individual counseling: Regular assessments are conducted for children to develop personal learning plans and training programs.
─ Group Counseling: To learn with peers in group games to enhance their learning effectiveness and interest.
─ Classroom guidance: Teachers provide guidance to enhance children’s ability of participating in activities and to developing relevant skills.
─ Home training: Home assignments are provided to suit individual needs. Parents can train their children and record to ensure learning effectiveness.
─ On-site Therapist Support: Speech therapists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists visit the school regularly to assess and give training advice to children.
Referral from the central referral system for pre-school Handicapped children of the Social Welfare Department (SWD).