We provide a caring and joyful learning environment for students with intellectual disabilities to develop their strengths and potential. We strive to nurture our students in becoming autonomous individuals and enable their moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic development. In addition, we aim at developing student’s lifelong learning abilities and the spirit of “self-respect, self-strengthening, self-confidence, self-discipline, self-learning, self-help and helping others” for them to integrate into society and serve the community.
Hong Chi Association is a non-profit making organization in Hong Kong dedicated to serving people with intellectual disabilities and their families. “Hong” in Chinese means “to assist”, while “Chi” refers to “the intellect”. “Hong Chi” denotes the spirit of assisting people with intellectual disabilities.
●That people with intellectual disabilities have the same rights, freedoms and responsibilities as other members of the community.
●That they should be given every opportunity to develop physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually and emotionally.
●That they should be encouraged and helped to participate fully in family and community life.
●That all forms of discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities should not be tolerated.
●Listen to the needs and wishes of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
●Develop them to their fullest potential through training, education and employment and assist them to live as independently as possible.
●Promote understanding and acceptance of people with intellectual disabilities.
We provide students with a motivated, creative and joyful learning environment. Our curriculum emphasizes the “moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic” development with an aim to (a) grow students’ potential to the full, (b) equip them with self-care and independent living skills, (c) enable them to integrate into society and live out a prosperous and meaningful life.
We devise the “Career Planning” Courses which provide vocational and pre-employment training to our students of Secondary 1 or above. It is to get them prepared for community life and the transition of further study or employment.
We strive for continuous professional development for our teaching staff in pursuit of quality education.
Our Parent-Teacher Association allows parents to have a better understanding of school affairs. It also supports parents in need and reinforce the mutual help amongst parents which manifests the spirit of cooperation between parents and the school.
We fully utilize our spatial green campus and available resources to optimize the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
We also strive to enhance the awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with intellectual disabilities in the community and encourage social inclusion.
Hong Chi Morninghope School, Tuen Mun is an aided special school providing Primary 1 to Secondary 6 education to students with mild intellectual disabilities aged 6 or above. Furthermore, the school provides remedial teaching to students with autism spectrum disorders, and provides speech therapies, occupational therapies, non-Chinese speaking student support service, nursing service, social worker counselling service and educational psychologist service to students.
All students are referred by the referral and placement (R&P) mechanism of the Education Bureau after intelligence assessment.
Number of Students
Total 238 students (9 classes in primary level, 8 classes in secondary level, total 17 classes)
Address : 2 Tsing Lun Road, Tuen Mun Phone : 2462 0850 Fax : 2464 2911 Email Address：email@example.com
Our school is located at the intersection of Tsing Lun Road and Tsun Wen Road in the northwest district of Tuen Mun, to the right of Kin Sang and to the left of the tourist attraction of Ching Chung Koon, and facing the LRT station of Ching Chung.
KMB Bus Routes: 58M, 58X, 258D, 260S, 260X
West Rail Feeder Bus Routes: K58
Green Minibus: 40 (from Siu Hang Tsuen to Yau Oi), 44A (Sheung Shui line), 44B (Lok Ma Chau line)