To help non-Chinese speaking children integrate into school and community life, the school provides appropriate activities for children to help them adapt to local living habits and culture. Games provide children with opportunities for language expression and promote social development. Through the "School-based Support Program for Non-Chinese Speaking Children" organized by the Education Bureau, teachers can not only improve their teaching skills, but also exchange their teaching experience. Strategies for teaching non-Chinese speaking children focus on how to improve the ability of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese. These will be designed using a diverse range of themes, helping students to build confidence in language expression, helping to increase their interest in learning, and laying a solid foundation for learning Chinese. Through this they can smoothly transition to local primary schools.
Various materials are used to stimulate different senses when learning about the structure of Chinese characters.
Physical and sensory stimulation is used to strengthen and enhance the understanding of Chinese.
Cultural response activities are used to learn about the cultural life and customs of different countries, to promote cultural exchanges between people of different ethnicities, and strengthen mutual understanding.
Outdoor learning activities strengthens the connection with nature, thereby enhancing learning efficiency.