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本校以「一條龍」方式為身體弱能或多重障礙的學童提供全面及多元的課程,其中包括由小一至高中的主流課程、智障課程、以及為嚴重及多重殘障學童開設的調適課程。新高中課程設有不同的選修科目及多元化的其他學習經歷活動。學校亦因應學生的能力釐訂課程目標及編制合適的教材。學校的課程涵蓋了中小學及不同智障程度,加上學生的學習差異極大,可以說是全港基礎及高中教育的縮影。

秉承校訓「立己達人」,學校為學生提供德、智、體、群、美的全人教育;在第一學習階段採納「引導式教育」模式實踐教學;在第二及第三學習階段則兼顧主流課程及個別學習需要;在第四學習階段會集中公開評核及全面融入社會的準備。學校透過貫通專業團隊精神,營造一個充滿動力和有效的管理環境,並與家長和社區建立良好的關係,好讓學童能得到最佳的學習環境。

學校裡除了教師外,還有不同的專業職系:言語治療師、職業治療師、物理治療師、護士、教育心理學家和社工等。因應每班學生的情況,教師或班本成員會因應不同科目安排協作教學,以照顧班內不同學生的需要:提升他們的課堂參與。本校强调跨專業部門及家長之緊密協作与交流分享,安排「量身定作」的個別化教育計劃。學校亦為有需要的學童提供住宿服務,以促進及鍛鍊宿生之獨立及生活自理能力。其中包括上課期間的住宿服務及為有需要的學生提供每週七天全宿服務。

自2000年起,學校正式取錄「依賴呼吸機維生」學生。由於他們需要24小時長時間使用呼吸機,學校 須特別安排專責教師助理,以一對一方式全時間看顧他們。學校於17/11/16獲邀請參與「2017施政 報告諮詢會 - 政務司司長與教育界會面」,故抓緊此難得的直接對話機會反映訴求。欣見成功取得今年 一月之《施政報告》第182條提出「為嚴重智障兒童學校、肢體傷殘兒童學校及視障兼智障兒童學校提 供額外津貼,以加強照顧全時間依賴呼吸機的學生」。謹此代表受惠學生,衷心感謝蔡若如校長安排機 會,更感謝候任行政長官林鄭月娥、教育局,特別鳴謝特殊教育支援組,真心聽取訴求。未來將配合實 際需要,繼續爭取加強特殊學校的資源和人手配套,包括檢討教職員編制、改善醫護人手緊張、改善宿 舍支援配套等,讓學生在更適切的環境下學習,發揮所長。

Our school offers a full spectrum curriculum which extends from Primary One to Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination. It ranges from the general to the modified and specially tailored curriculum for the highly intellectually challenged. To address the individual special needs, our school curriculum is necessarily broad and covers both, the basic needs of intellectually challenged classes, through to the more rigorous requirements of senior secondary education in Hong Kong.

Following the School motto “立己達人” and underpinning the notion of Freedom and Service, we provide a life-wide curriculum that nourishes our students and encourages them to become self-sufficient and responsible members of society with an additional objective, to serve and contribute when possible. In junior primary years (Key Stage 1), the school adopts the Conductive Education system; while in senior primary to junior secondary levels (Key Stages 2 to 3), the school offers mainstream curriculum and also caters for individual learning capabilities. In senior secondary grades (Key Stage 4), the students focus on public examination and equip themselves to integrate into the community. We continually modify our approach and reassess our students’ needs with full collaboration between our teachers and all of our trans-disciplinary staff team. In addition we emphasize the strengthening of our relationship with parents and the broader community so as to optimize the learning environment for our students.

Apart from teachers, our staff team consists of speech therapists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, nurses, educational psychologists, social workers and a series of other supporting staff. In order to cater to individual learning needs and increase students’ participation in lessons, our staff often collaborate in the classrooms and give individual support during lessons. Our school emphasizes collaboration between the trans-disciplinary staff team and parents at all times. Individualized Educational Programmes are adopted for individuals who require multi or trans-disciplinary input in their learning. Boarding services are also provided to stimulate and develop the students’ independence and social skills through regular activities. The boarding section provides five-day and seven-day accommodation services for students who need to live in.

Since 2000, the school has started to admit ventilator-assisted students. As these students are 24-hour ventilator-dependent, the school arranges an individual teaching assistant to take care of them on a one to one basis. Our school was invited to join “2017 Policy Address Consultation Forum – Chief Secretary for Administration Meets the Education Sector” last November. At this forum I seized the opportunity to express our school’s concerns and raise government awareness of the needs of special schools such as ours. We were happy to see our opinion was successfully reflected in Point 182 of the 2017 Policy Address “We will provide an additional grant for schools for children with severe intellectual disability, schools for children with physical disability and schools for children with visual impairment-cum-intellectual disability and to enhance the care for 24- hour ventilator-dependent students.”

On behalf of the beneficiaries, we would like to express our gratitude to Dr. Choi for arranging this opportunity and more importantly the Chief Executive Designate, Mrs. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, GBS, JP and the Education Bureau. Our special thanks also go to the Special Education Support Teams for the above recognition they have given us and their implementation. Our school will continue to fight for resources, manpower and facilities for our students and the staff who help them. This will include the reviewing of staff entitlements, easing the shortage of medical personnel and improving supporting facilities for the boarding section in order to provide a better living and learning environment for our students. We hope that these initiatives will ensure that they can continue to effectively utilize their talents and shine brightly in society and the broader community in the future.

 

 

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