This programme is designed to provide on-site support services to primary and secondary schools, offering targeted and multi-interventional services to students, parents and teachers, with a view to enhance the care of students’ developmental needs and support their growth in collaboration with schools.
- To develop positive attitudes towards life through a variety of activities, to enrich students’ self-understanding, knowledge and skills, to enhance their ability and confidence in making choices, and to guide them to face the challenges they may encounter in their formative years in a positive and optimistic manner. It also supports teachers and parents in working with schools to nurture students to become empowered individuals.
Target Group of Services:
- Primary and secondary school students, parents and teachers
- Healthy School Programme： This Programme is funded by the Beat Drugs Fund. In the 2009/10 school year, the Healthy School Programme was launched in partnership with secondary schools to provide school-based preventive anti-drug education programmes, with different levels of on-site support and anti-drug activities.
- “Career Aspiration Youth Enlightenment Scheme”： Starting from the 2014/16 school year, we provide various levels of on-site support and youth career planning training activities to promote career planning education for secondary school students and enable them to explore multiple pathways for development. Service Report
- The Red Apprenticeship Youth Growth & Planning Scheme： School-based support services are provided to primary and secondary schools to enhance the development of students with special educational needs. Clinical psychological services / speech therapy / social-emotional management groups / concentration and learning enhancement / career-oriented exploration and volunteer training groups were provided to students with different special educational needs, including dyslexia, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, weak emotional management and their parents. Service Booklet