As your child approaches the age for formal schooling, you need to be ready to deal with many difficult choices. It is helpful to have a thorough understanding of your child’s current needs and strengths, and to get advice on what type of schooling environment would best suit your child. There are different types of schools in Hong Kong, and they follow different teaching curricula and use different educational philosophies. Your child can thrive in the appropriate school environment, and having a clear understanding of your child’s strengths and the available options can help you make this important decision.

Here is a list of international schools that cater to students with special educational needs for your reference. This list is by no means an exhaustive list and may change so please check with each school directly.

Special Schools: Anfield St. Bosco Koon Ying School, Aoi Pui School, Jockey Club Sarah Roe School (ESF), The Children’s Institute, The Link School

Learning Support Classrooms: Bridges at International Christian School, Springboard Programme at Korean International School, ESF Schools

“SEN-friendly” Schools: Anfield, Australian International, Carmel, Christian Alliance P.C. Lau Memorial, Dalton School, Discovery Bay International School, English Schools Foundation (ESF), Harbour School, HK Academy, International College Hong Kong – Hong Lok Yuen, International Montessori School, International Christian School, HK International Learning Academy, HK International School, HKCA Po Leung Kuk School, Nord Anglia, Norwegian International School, YMCA Christian Academy

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