Social Skills Groups

AP runs many different kinds of social skills groups for all ages and languages. We see these programs as critical to teach students social skills as well as develop their confidence and interest towards other peers. Students are assessed and goals are created to meet their own needs. A fun and exciting structure of activities are then created to meet those needs and objectives.





Little Smarties

Focus on the peer interaction skills necessary to be successful in a pre-school environment, with the goal of equipping them with a variety of peer-interaction skills for their everyday use during social times at school, play dates and in the community.

3 – 6 Cantonese

The Buddies

Focus on increasing in social demands in the first few years of primary school. It emphasizes intermediate social skills. Children learn to build and maintain friendship, interact and communicate with friends during play.

5 – 8 English


Focus on social subtleties in order to successfully sustain social relationship in cliques. Through different stimulated classes, students will be taught to follow classroom rules, and develop self-discipline and social skills

8 – 12 English or Cantonese

Explorer’s Club

Focus on advance social skills and emotional coping skills in order to thrive for adolescents, such as social inference perspective taking skills, managing unpleasant events, discussion and conversational skills.

12- 15 English or Cantonese

What skills does the class cover?

  • Social Initiation Skills
  • Observational Learning
  • Interactive Play Skills
  • Joining-in Skills
  • Playground Social Skills
  • Discussion & Conversation Skills
  • Perspective Taking Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Emotion-regulation Skills
  • Stress Management Skills
  • Self-comfort Skills