THE PARENTS MORE than 100 worried parents arrived at Fung Yiu King Memorial Secondary School last night to seek help on how to deal with their children's confused emotions. With the Lunar New Year holidays due next week, students would be spending more time at home, so parents needed to learn to cope with their feelings, Education Department psychologist Ruth Lau Wing-man told a highly-charged meeting. Parents and Teachers Association chairman Cheung Lau Oi-lin said the tragedy was accepted as an accident. 'No teachers should be blamed,' said Mrs Cheung. Chan Liu Yuk-ho said she and her son, a Form Two student, were saddened by the deaths of the teachers, who sacrificed themselves to shepherd the children to safety. But she would allow her son to join similar trips because they were valuable in his development. One mother sobbed throughout the meeting, calling for more details and asked who should be held responsible, before receiving support from counsellors. Form One student Wong Chi-kin, who was on the expedition, vowed to study harder out of respect for the lives lost in the fire. Elder brother Wong Chi-tim said Chi-kin had been crying. 'Maybe it will take some time before Chi-kin forgets about the tragedy.' Principal Hui Wing-ho said social workers who counselled students during the day found at least 21 would need more intensive follow-up sessions. Mr Hui said he received the names of the dead through several channels, including the police. He was misinformed about the 'death' of Lee Chun-man, 13. The University of Hong Kong education faculty and Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers last night expressed respect for the two teachers thought to have perished in the blaze, Wong Sau-mei and Chow Chi-chai. Mr Chow's body has not yet been positively identified. 'Both worked at rescuing their charges until the very last moment. Miss Wong and Mr Chow will forever be with us in our education of the next generation,' the university said.