LEAP's Primary Programme is taken to schools in mobile classrooms, also known as Life Education Centres (LEC). The mobile classrooms can be towed all over Hong Kong to deliver LEAP's health-based preventive education programmes to primary students. LEAP now has a total of 9 mobile classrooms and a static centre, one mobile classroom is dedicated to the English Programme, seven to the Chinese Primary Programme, and one to the Special Needs Programme. The Static Centre at Lai Yiu Estate, Kwai Chung enables schools that cannot accommodate a mobile classroom to participate in the LEAP Programmes away from their premises.
Each LEC is equipped with state-of-the-art technology including audiovisual aids, illuminated body systems, a "talking brain" and TAM (Transparent Anatomical Mannequin).
|TAM tells students how the body works. With the help of a magic wand, TAM can surprise the class by lighting up her body parts.||The Body System Modules illustrate the digestive system, the circulatory system and the nervous system in a dynamic way.
Harold the Giraffe
LEAP's mascots Harold the Giraffe and Holly the Horse, who talk and sing, reinforcing the health messages communicated to the children.
Colourful teaching aids are designed to ensure that health messages are clearly conveyed, and to facilitate maximum student participation.