Tseung Kwan O Pui Chi School

Tseung Kwan O Pui Chi School

School for Children with Moderate Intellectual Disability

School for Children with
Moderate Intellectual Disability


(The following information is provided by the school.)


Tseung Kwan O Pui Chi School is located at No. 9, To Lok Road, Po Lam, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories. It was founded in 1979 by the Hong Kong & Kowloon Joint Kai-Fong Education Committee. It mainly provides holistic educational services for students with special educational needs (SEN) from Primary one to Secondary six. The school is committed to provide an excellent learning environment and quality education services for students with SEN. In order to maintain the school’s developmental advantages, in recent years, the school has cooperated with the Education Bureau and the Education University of Hong Kong to implement a variety of diversified teaching strategies (Diverse Learning), to encourage happy learning among students. Moreover, the school is dedicated to train students to develop their potentials and self-care abilities, to cultivate their whole person development with balancing personality and all rounded development. The school hopes that students can integrate into the society and make positive contributions in the future.



Diverse Learning

The school has always been emphasising on diverse learning and aiming to provide a variety of development and learning opportunities for the students.

The school has committed to develop e-learning. Teachers do not rely solely on textbooks and whiteboards to deliver knowledge in classes, instead, they also apply information technology in teaching, such as e-books, tablets, and electronic whiteboards. Teachers browse various websites with students to read different materials, videos and animations. Interactive exercises and educational games are also added in lessons. Students are more willing to learn and participate in learning with these diverse elements.

Moreover, the school has long been introducing intelligent robots in teaching. The robots can patiently practise with students repeatedly, give feedback, provide multiple sensory stimulation, vivid pictures, actions and sound effects, etc.. These will enhance students' learning efficiency and social communication skills.

In recent years, the school has continued to optimise campus facilities and added in contextual rooms to meet the students’ special educational needs. Students can learn shopping in the simulated "Pui Chi convenience store", learn placing orders and table manners in the "Hong Kong-style cafe", learn work skills and attitudes in "workshop", and do exercises in the "fitness center". The school will also set up a "road safety town" in the future to enhance students' awareness of traffic safety.

Life-wide learning is also an extremely important part of the school. The school arranges a large number of life-wide learning activities that allow students to leave the classrooms and learn in real settings, such as overseas exchange activities, visits to places in Hong Kong to conduct inquiry-based learning on different local topics. The school also trains students to participate in various types of competitions, such as bowling competition, music competitions, etc., to realise their potential.

In addition, the school also provides students with diversified professional support services like: life planning, speech therapy, resource teaching for children with autism spectrum disorders, occupational therapy, music therapy, educational psychologist support, nursing services and social work services, etc.. These services are provided to ensure students receiving a full range of support and comprehensive care for better physical and mental development.


Group Counseling (ST)

Study Abroad-"Shanghai Journey"    Sports Training-Bowling Training Course

Study Abroad-"Shanghai Journey"    Sports Training-Bowling Training Course

Students learn to buy and pay in the "Pui Chi convenience store"

Students learn the mathematical concepts of "front, back, left, and right" and shopping in simulated convenience store through intelligent robot


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