The School Counseling Team
Mrs. R. Wong (Counseling Mistress)
Mrs. S. Chan
Mr. T. Wong
Ms. Ng, School Social Worker
1. Promoting and developing the Whole School
Approach to Guidance in collaboration with all the school personnel.
2. Providing individual or group counseling for students with less severe
problems in learning, conduct, emotion of family etc.
3. Making referral of student cases to the SSW or making outward referral if
4. Organizing programmes for students (such as the Peer Counseling Scheme,
Leadership Training Camp and ABC Training Camp) and their parents. This includes
orientation programmes for new students and their parents, mass programmes on
self-understanding and self-esteem and so on.
Peer Counseling Scheme
The School Counseling Team will co-ordinate
with the School Social Worker and other functional teams within the school in
launching guidance programmes for students. Parents and teachers will also in
handling student cases.
In order to let Form One students to adopt the new environment, a student-counselling
scheme is being carried out. Our Counselling Mistress, Mrs. Regina Wong, is
in-charge of the scheme, together with our social worker, Mr. Wong and other
discipline counselling teachers. 40 Form Two students will be selected for the
Student Counsellors. A training day will also be held during the last days of
the summer vacation.
The training will introduce the duty of a Student Counsellor. Through games,
examples and experience sharing by the former counsellors, the becoming
counsellors will learn the correct response and attitude to the problems that
their targets are facing.
Each Student Counsellor will be in charge for four to five Form One students. On
the first Religious Studies of the F1 boys, Mrs. Regina Wong will lead them to
the new hall. In the hall, the counsellors will have to introduce themselves and
briefly outline the highlights of their first academic year. In addition, the
counsellors will also introduce the majority of the teachers as the F1 boys do
not know who they are.
After the introducing session, the counsellors will have to maintain contact
with their students. A contact list will be given to the counsellors, also, the
counsellor should give their contacts to the Form One students. They will not
meet only once, but also during school-time or even after school to talk about
Though the scheme is said to end after the school year, the counsellors and the
students actually will not end their contact since they have become friends by
that time. Through these years, the adaptability of the new F1 boys has
increased significantly, thus it shows the accomplishment of the scheme to the
new members of our SJC family.