Student Support Team

Mr. K C Kot
Team Leader of Student Support Team

Mr. K H Ling


Ms.  Remza

Ms. Pamela

Ms. C K Cheung




Social Workers

Ms. S H Chung  and Mr. C K Chan, Josh

Our school has set up a Student Support Team to cater for learner’s diversity and promote mutual respect of individuals’ differences among students and cultivate an inclusive school culture. The team conducts early identification and early intervention for students with special needs and encourages teachers to adopt different teaching approaches to meet the diverse student needs in regular classrooms. In addition, we adopt various accommodation measures to facilitate the student development such as personal coaching and tutorials, various training courses e.g. phonic, social and communication skills, executive functioning, study skills etc., on-site speech therapy, on-site consultation of educational psychologist and clinical psychologist, social adaptation activities, special examination and homework arrangement, and special promotion criteria and even individual educational plan if necessary. For the facilities, we have MAC computer to provide speech-to-text and text-to-speech services to assist students with specific learning difficulties. We also offer mental health talks and activities to all students that help them build up healthier minds and provide them the ways to help the others. In order to equip our teachers to cater for learners’ diversity, our school arranges professional BAT training courses to our teachers and our school has attained most of the requirement. In the meanwhile, understanding and catering for learners’ diversity workshops are offered regularly in teacher development days.

*2020/2021 26.7% teachers with special education training

*2021/2022 33.3%teachers with special education training

*2022/2023 43.1%teachers with special education training

Ms. Tse Chung Yan Joyce is the educational psychologist responsible to provide school-based educational psychology service to our school in the Year 2023/24. She currently works under Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Ho Yuk Ching Educational Psychology Service Centre. She has extensive experience to work with schools in providing support for students with diverse cultural background and educational needs.

Ms. Pamela Chan is the speech therapist of our school at present. She works at the Hong Kong Children and Youth Services and provides speech therapy services to various secondary schools and youth centres. She attained M.A. in Speech Therapy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, M.A. in Early Childhood Education from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and B.A. (Hons) in English from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University. She provides speech and language services to students with speech and communication difficulties that adversely affected their performance at school and in daily life. These students may exhibit a variety of communication disorders, including language-literacy problems, articulation disorders, and fluency and voice problems. After identifying students at risk, assessment will be conducted and Individual Education Plan (IEP) will be implemented, students will then be monitored on their progress throughout the school year.

Ms.  Cindy Yuen,  Psychological Service Assistants from TWGHs Ho Yuk Ching Educational Psychology Service Centre. They teach phonics to primary and secondary students using Orton Gillingham approach in both their centre and different schools under supervision by an Educational Psychologist. OG phonics is a multisensory way of English learning using visual, auditory, and kinesthetic techniques. Students learn to identify different English syllables, blend the syllables and isolate them systematically. Gradually they make improvements to phonological awareness and thereby their ability to read aloud and spell English words.


Ms. Emily Yeung, a clinical psychologist from TWGHs Ho Yuk Ching Educational Psychology Service Centre.  She provides personal psychological counseling services to our students in need to help them deal with emotional, interpersonal and self-image issues.


Disneyland Visit

40 students embarked on a visit to Disneyland. This outing provided a much-needed break to help students unwind from school pressures while improving their social skills. They enjoyed the rides and attractions, which allowed them to bond with their peers in a joyful setting.

Flower Decoration

In the flower decoration workshop, students immersed themselves in creating unique designs on miniature glass bottles and dishes. The process of selecting and arranging flowers cultivated a sense of tranquillity and mindfulness. This creative activity not only improved their artistic abilities but also provided a therapeutic outlet to relieve stress and express individuality.

Leather Crafting

Students participated in a leather workshop where they designed and crafted mini leather bags with tiger patterns. This hands-on experience involved practicing precision in crafting, and enjoying the satisfaction of creating a usable item. The workshop also promoted mental relaxation for students.

Neon Lighting Making

In the neon lighting workshop, students explored their creativity by making neon light decorations in various shapes and colours. Not only did they explore the artistic side of neon lights, but also gained a brief understanding of the science behind them. This activity was both stimulating and relaxing.

Perler Beads Workshop

Students engaged in crafting personalized keychains using Perler Beads. They chose their own patterns and assembled the beads of different colours into unique designs. This workshop was not only a fun and creative acitivty, but also a way to develop patience and precision.