Central Student Support and Counselling Services

Endeavored to promoting the holistic growth of students, FSTE is pleased to establish its new initiatives on student support and counselling services, with a primary focus on Diploma Yi Jin (DYJ).  Through provision of professional development programmes and central support services to teachers and students, it is hoped to foster an inclusive learning environment that better caters for the comprehensive needs in the DYJ community.

Special Education Needs

In light of the increasing number of students with special educational needs (SEN) in recent years, FSTE picked this theme to kick start our central student support services, and has organised a series of teacher- and student-activities since 2016.


SEN Seminar 201608
Seminar on Handling Special Education Needs (SEN) Cases in Diploma Yi Jin

The seminar serves as a kick start of the new initiative.  Special thanks to Ms. Helen Kwok, Counselling Psychologist, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, for providing her valuable insights to over 70 DYJ teachers and administrators, it provided an overview of counselling psychology, new understandings of SEN, with focuses on Dyslexia, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorder, supported with experiential activities, video, and discussion.  For more photos of the activity, please click here.

Date : 24 August 2016 (Wednesday)
Speaker : Ms. Helen Kwok, Counselling Psychologist, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Workshop on Handling Special Educational Needs (SEN) Cases in Diploma Yi Jin: Good Practices Sharing on Engaging Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)

To equip teachers with specialized and practicable skills in dealing with students with specific type of SEN, we are pleased to have SEN Task Force from Vocational Training Council – Ms. Michelle Leung, Mr. Andy Lam, and Mr. Matthew Yau for their sharing in a series of three thematic and interactive workshops!  The first one on SpLD highlighted the learning pattern and characteristics of students with SpLD, as well as teaching strategies and tips to handle them.  For more photos of the activity, please click here.