Jockey Club Sarah Roe School
Type: Secondary and Primary
Curriculum: An Individualised Educational Programme for each student
Languages: English, with dual-language options
When to apply: Please refer to the Admissions page on the website for full details
Waiting list time: Varies by case
Fees: Years 1-3: HK$111,200 • Years 4-6: HK$93,900 • Years 7-11: HK$128,400 • Years 12-13: HK$135,000
Campus and facilities: The campus and facilities are specifically outfitted to meet all the needs of its students. There are rooms designed for music therapy that are filled with instruments and dance spaces. The physiotherapy department is well resourced with a variety of mobility aids, standing frames, a specially heated pool for hydrotherapy and suspension equipment for accessing a treadmill. Within the speech and language therapy service, there is a range of alternative and augmentative communication technological options for children.
Educational Approach: Jockey Club Sarah Roe School is a specialist resource school that supports students with a wide range of individual educational and emotional needs. The school aims to empower children and young people to maximise their potential and be prepared to make their next transition in life, whether it is into mainstream education or the workforce. Each student has his or her own Individual Educational Plan to personally tailor the teaching style to his or her literacy, numeracy, communication, personal and social education, and behaviour targets. The multidisciplinary team of therapists support the students along every step of their educational career.
Top university acceptances: Across all English Schools Foundation locations, graduates have been admitted to University College London, University of Toronto, The University of Edinburgh, New York University, University of California (Berkeley, Los Angeles), University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Imperial College London, The London School of Economics and Political Science
Jockey Club Sarah Roe School, 2B Tin Kwong Road, Ho Man Tin, jcsrs.edu.hk