Hong Kong school uses lessons from overseas to give primary students a more holistic ‘positive education’

//Hong Kong school uses lessons from overseas to give primary students a more holistic ‘positive education’

Hong Kong school uses lessons from overseas to give primary students a more holistic ‘positive education’

Eight-year-old Jacob Yeung Chun-hei used to be shy and withdrawn, and going to school would make him cry.But the Primary Three pupil at the STFA Lee Kam Primary School in Tuen Mun says now he loves going to school, where he can play with his classmates during breaks, and attend special classes with games designed by his school to cultivate positive emotions and interpersonal relationships.In one such class, Yeung and his fellow pupils were asked by their teacher to stuff a ball in their uniform…

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