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Chan Chung Hon Centre

Capacity: 67 Students
Address: Wings B & C, G/F, Sheung Yee House, Sheung Tak Estate, Tseung Kwan O
Telephone: 2178 2885
Fax: 2178 1277
Email: [javascript protected email address]
How to go to: By bus:   296A Sheung Tak Shopping Centre < > Ngau Tau Kok Railway Station (Circular Route) 296C Sheung Tak Shopping Centre < >  Sham Shui Po (Tonkin Street) 296D Sheung Tak Shopping Centre < >  Jordan (Wui Cheung Road) 296M Tseung Kwan O Hong Sing Garden < >  Hang Hau Railway Station 694 Siu Sai Wan Estate < > Tiu Keng Leng Railway Station 796B Tiu Keng Leng Railway Station < > Yau Yat Tsuen (Festival Walk)   796C Tseung Kwan O Railway Station < > Nam Cheong Railway Station 796X Tseung Kwan O Railway Station < > Hung Hom Ferry Pier  
By mini-bus:   103M Clear Water Bay Second Beach < > Tseung Kwan O Railway Station  
By MTR: Tseung Kwan O Railway Station (Exit A1) >  turn left to Tong Chun Street and then walk for 10-15 minutes.
The design of the Centre aims to provide a stimulating and joyous learning environment for the children.
Our Centre adopts a thematic teaching approach.  The design of the classroom would center around the theme of the month, so as to enhance the children’s interests as well as their cognitive ability.
There is an imaginative play corner in the classrooms.  Teachers would design the play corners in accordance with the theme of the month.  This photo shows the play corner with the theme `Summer’.  Children would have imaginative play on the `beach'.
This photo shows the play corner with the theme `Food’.  Here is a `bakery’.  Children play the roles of baker, cashier and customer.
Our Centre adopts the TEACCH approach in teaching children with autistic features.  The photo shows the Individual Work Station, where children are trained to complete the tasks assigned by teachers on their own.
Our Social Wonderland is furnished with gross motor training facilites and social adaptation training tools
The Therapy Room is equipped with various training equipment, like the treadmill, wall bar, baby bouncer, etc, which serve to train up children’s motor abilities.
The Multi Sensory Room serves to provide sensory stimulation, which is essential to the learning of children at pre-school age.
The Sensory Integration Room is furnished with equipment pertinent to the treatment of children’s Sensory Integration needs.
The Toy Library has a stock of hundreds of toys and books, which could be lent to parents.