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At AP School, we provide a holistic programme that adapts UK National Curriculum approved by the Hong Kong Education Bureau. It includes academic modules and extra-curricular activities in order to cultivate all-rounded individuals. Our well-trained team plan and execute such an inclusive and individualised curriculum, expecting to unleash students’ unique potential and maximise their progress. We adopt the Autism Partnership Method (APM), a progress model of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) which is the researched intervention that shows a portion of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder can become indistinguishable from their peers following intensive treatment from a young age.

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a severe disruption of the normal development process, with varying degrees of severity and levels of functioning. The cause remains unknown and ASD can be often diagnosed within the first few years of life. Although symptoms of ASD vary from child to child, the core areas affected include:


  • Deficits in language and communication

  • Impairments in socialisation and social interaction

  • Undeveloped cognitive and adaptive functioning

  • Restricted repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behaviour and interests


Autism Partnership Method (APM)?

AP School adopts a very own treatment method developed by Autism Partnership (AP), namely Autism Partnership Method (APM). APM is a progressive model of ABA that is highly individualised, child friendly, holistic and focused on “in-the-moment analysis” and “clinical judgement”.


APM is a high-quality treatment approach for ASD. It is based on 60 years of research and effective clinical practice. In contrast to conventional ABA, the APM is a highly flexible, yet systematic and compassionate approach meeting the individual needs of people with ASD.


AP School programmes are high clinically driven and utilise procedures that have been developed upon working with children and support from research. We aim to maximise the progress of each child and to provide guidance and support to the family.

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