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Primary Programs

Check out our work with children ages 6 to 11!

 
 

Since the inception of Support! in 2014, Support!’s educational programmes have now expanded to 8 different locations across Hong Kong.

English through STEAM is Support!’s flagship programme for the educational programmes at Support!. STEAM, an abbreviation to consist of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math, is a consolidation of all fundamental skills to create a holistic English learning programme for our beneficiaries.

Although all educational programmes follow the flagship programme, Youth Directors have some degree of flexibility in designing the course. With our secondary programmes, Youth Directors can choose 3 topics to teach out of 5, those being:

  • Art

  • Environment

  • Debate and Public Speaking

  • Film and Media

  • Journalism

Secondary sites follow a 3 semester structure, where students and topics rotate per semester. Our secondary sites at Support! are with collaboration with Tak Oi Secondary School, Aberdeen Technical School, Man Kiu College, and Islamic Kasim Tuet Memorial College. These sites are taught by students at Diocesan Boys’ School, Island School, and South Island School respectively.

On the other hand, our primary programmes follow a stricter structure of rotating through 3 mandatory topics, with those being:

  • Art

  • Environment

  • Storytelling

This is to ensure primary students gain as much exposure as possible to a wider range of topics and learning styles to have a more holistic understanding of materials taught. Our goal for primary students is for them to be able to apply different learnings into their regular classes, but also to prepare them for secondary school. Support!’s main partner is with Boys and Girls’ Club Association Hong Kong, in which we host 3 sites at Chinese International School, Australian International School, and Renaissance College Hong Kong. Support! is also in collaboration with The Little Flower’s Catholic Primary School, taught by students from Sha Tin College.

 
 
 
 
Australian International School

Australian International School

Renaissance College Hong Kong

Renaissance College Hong Kong

The Little Flower’s Catholic Primary School

The Little Flower’s Catholic Primary School

Chinese International School

Chinese International School