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Whizz-kid just loves to learn

Read outside the syllabus is the advice of one of 17 Hong Kong pupils with top IGCSE scores.

18 Jul 2017 - 12:40PM

Read outside the syllabus is the advice of one of 17 Hong Kong pupils with top IGCSE scores.

Whizz-kid just loves to learn
Intensive A-level study puts Hongkongers on track for a top university

Hong Kong students who consider the International Baccalaureate and Diploma of Secondary Education unsuitable pursue a third course in their free time or at private study centres.

13 Jul 2015 - 11:31AM

Hong Kong students who consider the International Baccalaureate and Diploma of Secondary Education unsuitable pursue a third course in their free time or at private study centres.

Intensive A-level study puts Hongkongers on track for a top university
3D learning program developed in Hong Kong to help intellectually disabled children

Man Wai-ho may be severely intellectually disabled, but he can steer a flying carpet - at least in 3D virtual reality using a program that recognises body gestures. The Interactive Sensory Program for Affective Learning (InSPAL) was developed three years ago specifically to help students like Man with severe intellectual disabilities.

11 May 2015 - 11:13AM

Man Wai-ho may be severely intellectually disabled, but he can steer a flying carpet - at least in 3D virtual reality using a program that recognises body gestures. The Interactive Sensory Program for Affective Learning (InSPAL) was developed three years ago specifically to help students like Man with severe intellectual disabilities.

3D learning program developed in Hong Kong to help intellectually disabled children
Child commuters to Hong Kong given help with acclimatising

Cross-border pupils are finding that going back and forth between Hong Kong and the mainland every day is an experience that can also be stressful. That's why a partnership of two non-profit organisations, one in Shenzhen and one in Hong Kong, has been helping them adjust to school life here.

15 Apr 2015 - 2:57PM

Cross-border pupils are finding that going back and forth between Hong Kong and the mainland every day is an experience that can also be stressful. That's why a partnership of two non-profit organisations, one in Shenzhen and one in Hong Kong, has been helping them adjust to school life here.

Child commuters to Hong Kong given help with acclimatising
Filial play therapy helps children communicate their feelings to their parents

Not every child can express verbally what is in his or her heart, but parents can learn a lot through playing or reading a book with their child. While parents can do this at home, Cheryl Shanahan, an early childhood therapist at the Southside Family Health Centre, says it's sometimes necessary to consult a professional if a child needs guidance in development or to overcome an obstacle.

10 Mar 2015 - 6:08AM

Not every child can express verbally what is in his or her heart, but parents can learn a lot through playing or reading a book with their child. While parents can do this at home, Cheryl Shanahan, an early childhood therapist at the Southside Family Health Centre, says it's sometimes necessary to consult a professional if a child needs guidance in development or to overcome an obstacle.

Filial play therapy helps children communicate their feelings to their parents
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Basketball star Jeremy Lin tells HK youngsters how he chased his dream
77 primary schools give complete no to national education curriculum
National education fight ‘just beginning’
Thousands rally against national education lessons
US, Britain reject claim they incited anti-national-education rallies
Law stipulating doctors' role in beauty procedures sought
Live coverage: Hongkongers join carnival, protest against national education
Lamma power station's three chimneys cast long shadows
Lamma ferry disaster took young lovers' lives
Wang Anyi's Scent of Heaven wins 4th Dream of the Red Chamber Award
Education minister in push to rescue secondary schools as students decline
Generic Sha Tin estate City One gets some colour from mainland students
Hong Kong shares ferry victims' agony as mourning draws to a close
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Stock exchange hacker gets nine months' jail term
Hong Kong staff work hard, and cope with it, survey shows
Cherish Victoria Harbour as Hong Kong's richest resource
Operation Santa Claus helps families of addicts through healing process
Neighbourhood Sounds: Cyberport
Hong Kong's LGBT community seeks ban on discrimination
Justice chief Rimsky Yuen calls for 'rational, unbiased' legal debate
First national education classes taught at Tai Kok Tsui primary school