- This Guide provides guiding principles and practicable strategies for schools. It aims to empower all ordinary schools to provide quality educational services through catering for student diversity and students with special educational needs (SEN). The objective is to develop the potentials of every student, promote mutual respect of individual differences among teachers and students and cultivate an inclusive school culture.
- This is a school development instrument. The objective of this set of Indicators is to enhance the capacity of schools in catering for student diversity, so as to provide high-quality education for all students.
- The purpose of this Guide is to elucidate the principles that schools should observe and the points to note when providing special examination arrangements for students in internal assessments. The special arrangements described in this Guide are applicable to internal examinations and assessments. In most cases, the rationale and principles of these special arrangements are also applicable to public examinations, including the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination and its School-based Assessment component, the Territory-wide System Assessment, and the three Internal Assessments in Primary Five and Six that are to be submitted to the Education Bureau as part of the Secondary School Places Allocation system.
- Frequently Asked Questions on Special Examination Arrangements for Students with Special Educational Needs
- This circular serves to remind all schools that, in formulating and revising their school policies, they should make reference to the Code of Practice on Education issued by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Ordinance so that their arrangements for serving students with disabilities will be consistent with the provisions of the above legislation and avoid any form of discrimination. For details, please browse through the EOC website.
- This Guide helps parents understand how to support their children with SEN.