The tour will visit four, and potentially five, Hong Kong schools to see a variety of approaches to diversity, inclusion and SEN provision in action.

Each visit will include an introduction, a tour of the school, and a concluding session where participants will have the chance to ask questions or to offer reflections on the visit.

There are limited places available on this tour and early registration is advisable.

Key Details

Date: Thursday 18 January 2018

Cost: $195 USD

Available for registration to non-conference attendees

07:20 Bus Departs Conference Hotel (Harbour View Hotel)
08:00

School 1 – confirmation early August
09:15
Depart School 1
09:45
Arrive Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (JCSRS)
11:00
Depart JCSRS
11:15
Arrive Beacon Hill School (BHS)
12:30 Depart BHS
Lunch

13:45

Arrive The Harbour School (THS)
14:45

Leave THS
15:00
Arrive West Island School (WIS)
16:00
Depart WIS
16:30 Bus Arrives back at Harbour View Hotel

Note: Provisional itinerary subject to change

 $199USD + 4% registration fee
Available to non-conference participants
Organized in cooperation with SENIA


Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (JCSRS) 

JCSRS has an enrollment of 70 students with an age range of five to nineteen years. All students have additional learning needs. Many students have an Autism Spectrum diagnosis and some students have complex needs.

JCSRS offers a curriculum that is dynamic and balanced to ensure everyone is included and challenged. We have a strong focus on literacy and numeracy as well as providing opportunities for independence through a living skills, community learning and a vocational education program. Read more ….

Beacon Hill School 

Beacon Hill School is an inclusive school where all students are included and valued as part of the school community. Beacon Hill School has capacity for 21 Learning Support Students with three Learning Support Teachers and three Learning Support Educational assistants.

Students are encouraged to access the mainstream curriculum, but they may also benefit from additional programming offered by the SEN department: Read more …

The Harbour School

At The Harbour School, around 10% of the students have more serious difficulties that are best served through our partner The Children’s Institute with one-to-one programming. These children integrate into the mainstream classroom as is appropriate for each child with their one-to-one teacher.

Children at The Harbour School learn to understand and appreciate their own strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of other children. As with adults, in experiential problem-solving teams the performance of all students is increased by diversity of background and talent. Read more …

West Island School 

The school’s Individual Needs (IN) faculty supports students with a range of needs. Mainstream students who require additional assistance may be given support tailored to their individual needs in lessons or provided with discrete sessions in a range of disciplines. . In addition the school has a Learning Centre providing for 24 students with learning difficulties who receive ongoing support and may be taught separately from the mainstream for core subjects. Read more ….