"Tutorial and training" programme for students with special educational needs
The “Tutorials and Training” programme is an innovative programme for students with special educational needs (dyslexia, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, etc) and any students that encountered learning difficulties. Our programme also includes school-based tutorials and homework guidance services; our SEN tutors*, supervised by educational therapists, would provide different types of on-site support (e.g. group tutorials or homework guidance) depends on needs.
* Our centre's multidisciplinary team is responsible for the training of our SEN tutors. Our SEN tutor certificate training programme had been adopted by organizations such as Teach For Hong Kong.
Phase 1. Tailor an Individual Education Plan
Our educational psychologist will assess student ’s needs (1 session*);
Our educational psychologist will tailor an individual education plan for him/her;
Our professionally trained tutor (supervised by our educational psychologists) will be responsible for implementing the plan and incorporating intensive training into the tutorial (9 hours);
Our tutor will regularly communicate with parents, to answer any questions and report the progress through monthly emails;
At this phase, parents may request to change the tutor once if necessary.
Phase 2. Tutorial and Training
Our professionally trained tutor (supervised by our educational psychologists) will continue to implement the plan and incorporating intensive training into the tutorial (10 hours);
Our tutor will regularly communicate with parents, to answer any questions and report the progress through monthly emails.
Additional Service (Optional)
To have our educational psychologists assess the progress every half a year/ every year and make amendments to the individual educational plan.
Other treatments and therapies.
If you are interested, please fill in the application form: bit.ly/edgetutoring
Just like every other student,
students with Special Educational Needs can thrive
as long as we give them the support they need.