Chief Curriculum Advisor
Eva Sum

Mrs Eva Sum was trained as an Educational Psychologist in University College London. She is a Chartered Educational Psychologist of British Psychological Society and a Registered Educational Psychologist of Hong Kong Psychological Society.

Eva has previously worked as an Educational Psychologist in the Education Bureau for over 15 years. Subsequently she worked in the University of Hong Kong as a trainer, offering training to trainee Educational Psychologist in the Master of Educational Psychology programme. Currently, Mrs Sum is a supervisor of Educational Psychologists who provide consultative support for practising school based educational psychologists in both primary and secondary schools.

Eva has extensive clinical experience working with children and adolescents with different learning and psycho-emotional needs. She has also delivered talks and conducted workshops for teachers and parents to help them understand the social and emotional needs of students with diverse needs. Among the areas of her expertise is Gifted Education. In 2007, she was invited to be the Guest Speaker of East Kowloon District Training Program for the Gifted and Talented. In 2008 and 2009, Eva was also invited by the Curriculum Development Institute (Gifted Education) and the Hong Kong Academy of Gifted Education to conduct various workshops for teachers and counselors to enhance their knowledge and skills to identify and support gifted students in mainstream schools.

 
Curriculum Advisor
Danny Wong

Mr. Danny Wong obtained his Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Hong Kong, his Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Postgraduate Diploma in Education from The Chinese. He is a registered psychologist of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. He has worked as an Educational Psychologist in the Lutheran Church – Hong Kong Synod, delivering schoo-based psychological services to mainstream primary and secondary schools for years. Before he started his career as a psychologist, he had worked in the Society of Boys’ Centre and as well as HKU in developing training packages and curriculum for children with specific learning difficulties in reading and writing. His areas of specialty include reading and writing related researches as well as learning, emotional and behavioural guidance to children.
 
Curriculum Advisor
Ethel Tsui

Miss Ethel Tsui obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from City University of Hong Kong and Certificate in Special Education from HKU SPACE. She has been working as a specialist teacher specializing in the development of children’s emotional management, social skills, and learning motivation at Hong Kong EP Services Centre Ltd. Her interest is in helping children to enhance their learning and social skills.