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Annual School Plan 2018-19

I. Major Concerns

1. Major Concern: Enhance STEAM education

Targets

Strategies

Success Criteria

Methods of Evaluation

Time Scale

People in charge

Resources Required
  • Implement STEAM education through self-directed learning
  • Encourage students to enter different STEAM-related competitions
  • Students show active participation
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Whole year
  • P.L. Ko, Panel Chairmen, Subject teachers
 
  • Design project work involving STEAM education
  • 40% of students manage the task
  • Collect teachers' feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.L. Ko, Panel Chairmen, Subject teachers
 
  • Raise students・ interest in learning using suitable mobile apps
  • Most students are motivated
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.L. Ko, Panel Chairmen, Subject teachers
 
  • Adopt a self-directed English Reading programme which covers topics related to STEAM education in F.1-5
  • 40% of students benefit from the programme
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • M.S. Ng, Subject teachers
 
  • Make use of an online English learning programme which involves reading texts on various domains, including STEAM education
  • 35% of students benefit from the programme
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • M.S. Ng, Subject teachers
 
  • Adopt a summer reading programme which covers topics related to STEAM education in F.1-3
  • 55% of students benefit from the programme
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Summer vacation
  • M.S. Ng, Subject teachers
 
  • Encourage students to read STEAM-related materials in Chinese
  • 50% of students develop the habit
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Cheung, Subject teachers
 
  • Encourage students to read or watch more news related to IT development
  • 50% of students gain a deeper understanding
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • K.M. Fong, Subject teachers
 
  • Require students to design and conduct a short experiment at home during the summer vacation
  • 60% success rate
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Summer vacation
  • K.W. Ng, Subjects teachers
 
  • Encourage students to learn about the development of FinTech in Hong Kong
  • 30% of students gain a better understanding
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • P.M. Tsang, Subjects teachers
 
  • Strengthen training in robotics
  • 35% of students gain a better understanding
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • Y.K. Au, Subjects teachers
 
  • Organize more robotics activities
  • Students show active participation
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Whole year
  • Y.K. Au
 
  • Select Putonghua teaching materials about the development of infrastructure in Hong Kong and China
  • 60% of students show interest
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • L.M. Chan, Subject teachers
 
  • Create an interactive Q & A Music learning platform for students to answer on iPads
  • 50% of students show interest
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.W. Ching
 
  • Provide students with opportunities to try out a Visual Art task before the teacher・s demonstration
  • 40% of students are more motivated
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • S.W. Ma
 
  • Allow students to choose their own Technology & Living project topic after searching for relevant information about technology
  • 40% of students submit satisfactory projects
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Lui
 
  • Purchase more materials e.g. books, magazines, audio and visual materials about science, technology, art and mathematics
  • Teachers and students find the materials useful
  • Collect the librarian's feedback
  • Whole year
  • W.C. Lee
 
  • Extend STEAM education to more subjects
  • Promote STEAM education across the curriculum
  • Students・ awareness of the importance of STEAM education is heightened
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.L. Ko, Panel Chairmen, Subject teachers
 
  • Encourage students to attend relevant talks or participate in relevant activities
  • 30% of students are motivated to participate in these activities
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Whole year
  • P.L. Ko, Panel Chairmen, Subject teachers
 
  • Purchase STEAM-related books for ERS
  • 25% of ERS books purchased are STEAM-related
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • First term
  • M.S. Ng, Ms. P.Y. Wong
 
  • Incorporate STEAM elements into the ERS Book Report Competition
  • 40% of students gain a deeper understanding of STEAM education through reading STEAM-related books
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Second term
  • M.S. Ng, Subjects teachers
 
  • Set STEAM-related writing topics and discussion topics in English lessons
  • 35% of students handle the tasks satisfactorily
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Second term
  • M.S. Ng, Subjects teachers
 
  • Require students to do STEAM-related Chinese book reports
  • 40% of students manage the tasks
  • Collect students・ completion rate
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Cheung, Subjects teachers
 
  • Continue to incorporate medical technology into the Liberal Studies curriculum
  • 40% of students gain a better understanding
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • K.M. Fong
 
  • Require students to analyze the effect of the promotion of STEAM education on the economic growth of Hong Kong
  • 40% of students manage the task
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.M. Tsang, Subjects teachers
 
  • Design a cross-subject project, probably an Economics-Mathematics project
  • 40% of students manage the task
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Second term
  • P.M. Tsang, Subject teachers
 
  • Require students to design an e-poster showing the timeline of the World Wars in F.2
  • 60% of students manage the task
  • Collect teachers' feedback
  • Second term
  • P.S. Yeung
 
  • Organize a book fair with the theme of Chinese Science and Technology in the past
  • Most students show interest in the topic
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Second term
  • W.K. Leung, W.C. Lee
 
  • Design projects on ancient or past Chinese technology in F.1 and F.2
  • 50% of students gain a better understanding
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Second term
  • W.K. Leung, Subject teachers
 
  • Make use of AR and VR to assist students in the learning of Geography
  • 50% of students show greater incentive in the topics
  • Evaluate students・ learning
  • Whole year
  • L.H. Kong, Subject teachers
 
  • Design an instrument-making project in Music e.g. xylophone or glockenspiel
  • 60% of students successfully play ensembles together
  • Collect teacher・s feedback
  • Second term
  • S.W. Ching
 
  • Require students to draw under pH test results in Visual Art
  • 60% of students show interest in the activity
  • Collect teacher・s feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.W. Ma
 
  • Organize STEAM-related activities
  • Organize a STEAM Week
  • Students develop a greater interest in STEAM education
  • Student helpers gain a deeper understanding of STEAM education
  • Collect teachers' and students' feedback
  • Collect student helpers・ feedback
  • May
  • P.L. Ko, H.W. Leung, Y.Y. Fok, Y.K. Au
One-off Grant for STEM education 
  • Strengthen training for the Physics Olympiad
  • 30% of students show improvement
  • Evaluate students' learning
  • Whole year
  • C.K. Cheung
 
  • Hold talks to enhance students' understanding of STEAM education
  • Students gain a better understanding
  • Collect teachers' and students' feedback
  • Second term
  • H.W. Leung
 
  • Organize an Inter-house Robot Sumo Competition
  • Students actively prepare for the competition
  • Collect judges' feedback
  • Second term
  • Y.K. Au, House masters
 
  • Design STEAM-related activities for the Chemistry Society like making hand warmers, lipsticks, etc.
  • 60% success rate
  • Collect teachers' feedback
  • Whole year
  • K.W. Ng, Chemistry Society
 
  • Organize a Spinning Top Design Competition
  • 60% success rate
  • Collect judges・ feedback
  • Second term
  • S.W. Ma, Visual Art Club
 

 

2. Major Concern: Develop positive values towards a goal-driven life

Targets

Strategies

Success Criteria

Methods of Evaluation

Time Scale

People in charge

Resources Required
  • Promote positive values in life

 

 

 

  • Encourage students to take up leadership posts to develop their problem-solving skills through organizing activities
  • 40% of students take up at least one responsible post
  • Collect records from CCA and Discipline sections
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan, M.H. Seto
 
  • Encourage students to appreciate their own efforts and consolidate the experience in the learning process with reflection worksheets
  • Students learn to appreciate their own efforts
  • Collect class teachers' feedback
  • Whole year
  • CLP members, Class teachers
 
  • Organize talks or workshops to promote the importance of mental health
  • Students give positive feedback on the usefulness of the talk
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Organize leadership training programmes for prefects and other student leaders, including the officials of the CCA clubs and societies
  • Students give positive feedback on the usefulness of the training
  • Collect teachers' and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan, M.H. Seto
 
  • Provide room for school rule offenders to reflect on their offences and give recognition to their efforts in self-improvement
  • Students have the chance to reflect on their offences
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan
 
  • Encourage students to be thankful to parties involved in their achievement with .Thanksgiving・ activities
  • Students learn to appreciate others・ efforts
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Hold a week with a main theme related to positive values
  • 70% of students show interest in the activities
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Second term
  • S.Y. Chan, Guidance teachers
 
  • Implement the Quality Education Fund Project : Joyful@School
  • 70% of students give positive feedback on the activities
  • Collect students・ feedback by a survey
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
  • Quality Education Fund
  • Implement the Healthy School Project
  • Students have better understanding of healthy lifestyle
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
  • Beat Drug Fund 
  • Provide students with more opportunities to do voluntary work
  • 70% of students show active participation
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Hold talks for students to enhance students・ awareness of the importance of mental health
  • 70% of students show interest in the activities
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback by a survey
  • First term
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Encourage students who are stressed to join the Art Facilitation Group
  • 80% of students show active participation
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Hold talks for F.4 and F.5 students to enhance their adversity coping skills and time management skills
  • 80% of students give positive feedback on the activities
  • Collect students・ feedback by a survey
  • Second term
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Hold Stress Talks for F.6 students
  • 80% of students give positive feedback on the activities
  • Collect students・ feedback by a survey
  • First term
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Organize talks and class assemblies to promote positive values in students
  • Students show positive feedback on the talks and class assemblies
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan, S.Y. Chan, Ms. P.Y. Wong, Class teachers
 
  • Give recommendations for reading materials about positive values in life
  • Most students show active participation
  • Collect students・ and teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • W.C. Lee
 
  • Hold talks for students to raise students・ awareness of the importance of good habits, good time management and self-discipline
  • Most students are aware of the importance of these
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan
 
  • Hold the Model Student Award to reinforce self-discipline and responsibility of students
  • 70% of students show positive feedback on related competitions
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan
 
  • Implement and evaluate the Outstanding Class Award and the Good Behaviour Award competitions
  • 70% of students show positive feedback on these competitions
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan, S.Y. Chan
 
  • Encourage and recommend prefects to join different exchange programmes and training
  • 80% of prefects give positive comments on the effectiveness of the programmes and training
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan
 
  • Hold SPI and JPI programmes to train potential prefects
  • 70% of prefects give positive comments on the training programmes
  • Collect teachers・ and students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan
 
  • Help students understand oneself and set responsible learning and development goals
  • Organize activities to guide students in self-assessment to enable them to understand their own strengths and build self-confidence and positive self-image (F.3 V F.6)
  • 60% of students agree that the activities help them in self-understanding
  • Collect students・ feedback by a survey
  • Whole year
  • CLP members, Class teachers
 
  • Establish a :Learning Role Model; with the use of guiding worksheets (F.1 V F.2)
  • Students have the chance to find their learning role model
  • Collect feedback from students or class teachers
  • Whole year
  • CLP members, Class teachers
 
  • Help students to set personal goals at the beginning of the term and do self-evaluation after each term
  • 60% of students keep their own goals in mind and strive to achieve them
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • CLP members, Class teachers
 
  • Formulate short- and medium-term learning targets (F.1 V F.6) and long-term career development goals (F.3 V F.6)
  • Students have the chance to set their learning goals
  • Collect feedback from students or class teachers
  • Whole year
  • CLP members, Class teachers
 
  • Organize talks or workshops related to self-understanding and goal-setting (in junior or senior form assemblies)
  • 50% of students get a better understanding of self-assessment and goal- setting
  • Collect class teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Recommend books of celebrity biographies, life planning, goal-setting through the Reading Club
  • Students find the recommended books useful
  • Collect the librarian・s feedback
  • Whole year
  • W.C. Lee
 
  • Organize different Growth Groups for students in need
  • 70% of students show active participation
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Whole year
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Organize the Support Programme for F.1 students by training F.4 students as big brothers and sisters
  • 70% of students show active participation
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • Oct - July
  • S.Y. Chan
 
  • Organize the F.1 Orientation Leaders・ Training Programme by recruiting F.3 students as F.1 Orientation Leaders
  • 70% of students give positive feedback on the activities
  • Collect students・ participation rate
  • May - Oct
  • S.Y. Chan, Guidance teachers
 
  • Help students explore various options and opportunities of learning, activities and career development
  • Encourage students to actively participate in subject- or careers-related activities and take up responsible posts
  • Students take part in at least 3 co-curricular activities
  • Collect records from CCA and CLP sections
  • Whole year
  • M.H. Seto, H.F. Woo
 
  • Provide information or organize activities to enhance better understanding of the DSE elective subjects and admission requirements in tertiary institutions (F.3)
  • Students show positive feedback on the usefulness of the information or activities
  • Collect feedback from panel chairmen
  • Whole year
  • Panel Chairmen of DSE elective subjects
 
  • Inform students of different careers-related materials and online resources available (F.1 V F.6)
  • Students are informed of the related information
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • CLP members
 
  • Invite alumni to share their experiences and provide careers-related advice
  • 60% of students give positive feedback on the usefulness of the activity
  • Collect students・ feedback by survey
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Nominate gifted students and high achievers to join programmes offered by universities
  • Students participate in related activities and find them useful
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Guide students to formulate and act out plans for learning and development goals based on evaluation
  • Organize university admission talks to increase students・ understanding of admission requirements of different local institutes and departments (F.4 V F.6)
  • 60% of students give positive feedback on the usefulness of the talks
  • Collect students・ feedback by survey
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Provide individual guidance to cater for needs of students with different abilities
  • Students have better support with individual counselling
  • Collect feedback from students involved
  • Whole year
  • CLP members
 
  • Encourage students to join external job shadowing or experience programmes to provide them with exposure to different workplaces
  • Students participate in related activities and find them useful
  • Collect students・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Hold F.6 JUPAS talks to facilitate students in the application process, and guide them to make optimal and sensible choices
  • 70% of students give positive feedback on the usefulness of the talks
  • Collect students・ feedback by survey
  • Whole year
  • H.F. Woo
 
  • Encourage the prefect team, the SA and different societies to prepare their year plan and evaluate it at the end of the academic year
  • 70% of students are able to prepare their own year plan and do evaluation
  • Collect teachers・ feedback
  • Whole year
  • P.H. Chan, M.H. Seto, Teachers-in-charge of committees
 

 

II. School-based After-school learning and Support Programmes 2018/19 s.y.

School-based Grant - Programme Plan
Staff-in-charge: IU Pui Shun

A. The estimated number of students (count by heads) benefitted under this Programme is 68 (including A. 20  CSSA recipients, B. 33 SFAS full-grant recipients and C. 15  under school・s discretionary quota).

B. Information on Activities to be subsidised/complemented by the Grant.

*Name / Type of activity
Objectives of the activity
Success criteria
(e.g. learning effectiveness)
Method(s) of evaluation (e.g. test, questionnaire, etc)
Period/Date activity to be held
Estimated no. of participating eligible students#
Estimated expenditure ($)
Name of partner/service provider (if applicable)
A
B
C
1. School Band
    Training
    Programme
Provide training on playing musical instruments Enhance performing and ensemble skill Music examination and external competitions
Whole year
10
19
0
139,200
 
2. Ice Hockey
    Training
    Programme
    (5 courses)
To provide training on playing Ice Hockey Improvement in skills in Ice Hockey Teacher・s observation
Whole year
7
11
12
26,400
Dragon Centre Management Ltd. (Sky Rink Skating School)

3. Dance Training
     Programme

  • To build up team work spirit and confidence

  • To provide formal training on dance
  • Students are able to lead warm up session in turn
  • Students are able to take part in choreographing dance in team
  • Students shows improvement in dancing skills through practice
  • School performance

  • Attendance rate

  • Result of competition

Sep 2018 to June 2019

3

3

3

5,400

 
Total no. of activities: 3
 
@No. of man-times
54
88
54
 
 
**Total no. of man-times
196
Note:
* Types of activities are categorized as follows: tutorial service, learning skill training, languages training, visits, art /culture activities, sports, self-confidence development, volunteer service, adventure activities, leadership training, and communication skills training courses.
@ Man-times: refers to the aggregate no. of benefitted students participating in each activity listed above.
** Total no. of man-times: the aggregate of man-times (A) + (B) + (C)
# Eligible students: students in receipt of CSSA (A), SFAS full grant (B) and disadvantaged students identified by the school under the discretionary quota (not more than 25%) (C)

III. Composite Information Technology Grant

1. Use of CITG for 2018/19

Item
Amount
Internet Services
$11,820
Consumable items
$200,000
Maintenance
$200,000
Other expenses
$36,639
Total:
$448,459


2. Evaluation of CITG for 2017/18

i) All IT facilities and network are maintained in good condition.
ii) Request for maintenance has been handled immediately.
iii) Consumable items have been purchased regularly and stocked.
iv) Teachers and students can access the Internet through the school network at all times.
v) Technical support for IT teaching and STEAM education can be provided.


IV. Plan on Use of the Senior Secondary Curriculum Support Grant (2018-19)

Task Area
Major Area(s) of Concern
Strategies/Tasks

Benefits Anticipated
(e.g. in what way teachers' workload is alleviated)

Time Scale
Resources Required

Success Criteria

Method(s) of Evaluation

People Responsible

Curriculum development

To enhance the quality of teaching and learning of the four core subjects


To employ 1 teaching assistant for each of the four core subjects: English, Chinese, Mathematics and Liberal Studies to provide assistance to the respective subject teachers

  • The workload of core subject teachers is alleviated
  • Assistance is provided for teachers to prepare teaching materials and organize subject-related activities

Whole year

Salary of 4 teaching assistants for the year : $680,400 ($13,000 - $13,500 per month and 5% MPF for 12 months, i.e. $14,175 x 12 x 4)

  • The workload of core subject teachers is alleviated
  • Preparation of teaching materials is more efficient
  • Subject-related activities are organized more smoothly
  • Collect comments from core subject Panel Chairmen and teachers
  • Performance appraisal on the teaching assistants

Ms. KO Pui Ling,
Ms. NG Miu Shan,
Mr. CHEUNG Shu Ying,
Mr. FOK Yat Yuen and
Mr. FONG Kin Man

Curriculum development

To promote the use of IT in teaching and provide technical support for the school

  • To employ 1 teaching assistant to offer teachers assistance in preparation of IT teaching aids
  • To employ 1 teaching assistant to serve as an MMLC technician
  • Teachers・ workload in preparing IT teaching aids will be relieved
  • The use of MMLC facilities will be maximized
  • Computer-assisted teaching will be enhanced

Whole year

Salary of 2 teaching assistants for the year : $390,600 ($15,500 per month and 5% MPF for 12 months, i.e. $16,275 x 12 x 2)

  • At least 20% of the teaching time will be conducted using IT equipment and the MMLC
  • Upgrade the computers in the MMLC and Computer Room
  • Frequency on the use of IT equipment and the MMLC
  • Successfully upgrade the computers in the MMLC and Computer Room
  • Performance appraisal on the teaching assistants

Ms. KO Pui Ling and Mr. AU Yu Ki

Curriculum development   To enable reshuffling within the Science Department 
  • To employ 0.5 Science teacher 
  • Science teachers can be re-deployed to enhance their efficiency of teaching 
Whole year  Salary of the 0.5 Science teacher for the year: $189,000 ($15,000 per month and 5% MPF for 12 months, i.e. $15,750 X 12) 
  • The teaching efficiency in Science is enhanced  
  • Collect comments from the Science Panel Chairman  
Ms. KO Pui Ling and Mr. LEUNG Ho Wah  
  Total :
$1,260,000 *

 

Remarks: * To be covered by balance of $559,268.11 as at 31 August 2018 and grant for 2018/19 school year of $914,850.00 = Total amount $1,474,118.11.


Work Plan on Use of Career and Life Planning Grant in 2018/19 School Year

Aims of this year

A1. To raise students・ awareness and understanding on their career and academic aspiration.
A2. To assist parents and students in planning and preparing students・ career pathways.
A3. To develop teachers・ professionalism in offering support for students・ CLP.
A4. To equip students with knowledge, skills and positive attitude to make wise decisions in CLP.

The Six Principles

According to the .Guide on Life Planning Education and Career Guidance for Secondary Schools・ released by EDB in 2014, life planning education and career guidance :

P1. should align with the students・ developmental needs.
P2. should be provided to all students, irrespective of their abilities, orientations and levels of study.
P3. are means of empowerment for students to make informed and responsible choices on learning and career goals.
P4. encourage students to make study/career decisions in accordance with their interests, abilities and orientations.
P5. prepare students for actualising individuals・ potential through pursuit of their personal/career goals.
P6. assist students in managing and adapting to the transition from school to work.

Allocation of the CLP Grant

Objectives

Strategies

In line with principles and aims

Success Criteria

Method(s) of Evaluation

People Responsible


For employment of a teacher

Salary and employer MPF for the year: $417,480.00


To empower and enhance the capacity of the teaching team for life planning education

To employ a teacher to share teaching load of careers teachers so that they can have a larger capacity to: 
- plan and conduct careers-related activities / events
- attend professional trainings related to careers and life planning
- offer individual / group counseling for students


 
P3
A2, A4
P4, P6
A3
P1, P3,
P4
A2, A4








  • Number of careers-related activities / events conducted
  • Number of trainings / seminars attended
  • Number of counseling sections conducted
  • Collect comments from careers teachers

  • Collect comments from students concerned


Mr. WOO Hon Fai


For employment of a teaching assistant dedicated for Careers and Life Planning Section

Salary and employer MPF for the year:
$120,960.00

To relieve careers teachers・ workload on handling careers information, event arrangement and administrative work so as to improve the effectiveness of careers services

To employ 1 teaching assistant to assist careers master and teachers i
- preparing and delivering careers-related information
- processing admission data and survey on pathways of graduates
- assisting the coordination of careers activities like talks, workshops
 

P3, P4
A2  

P6
A1

P1, P3
A2

  • Number of newsletters prepared
  • Years of admission data analysis and surveys processed
  • Number of events assisted
  • Conduct performance appraisal on the teaching assistant by the teacher- in-charge
Mr. WOO Hon Fai
For school-based internal programmes

$2,000

To provide career-related learning experiences beyond the classroom
To support careers-related activities including:
- workshops on JUPAS application
- talks on different post-secondary education
- Alumni sharing sessions
- Parents' talks on NSS elective subjects selection and multiple pathways of NSS graduates
Financial support including:
- printing cost of materials for talks and workshops
- purchase of relevant publishing
- transportation fee
 
 
P1, P4,
P6
A2, A4
 
P2, P3
A2, A4
 
 



  • Number of career-related activities supported



  • Number of relevant publishing purchased
  • Collect comments from students and parents concerned
Mr. WOO Hon Fai, Ms. CHEUNG Cho Kiu, Ms. CHOW Oi Wing, Ms. CHOW Tsz Wai
For external programmes

$8,000

To enrich relevant school-based service for students with the assistance of external programmes To encourage participation in careers exploration such as experts sharing sessions and university experiencing programmes together with subsidies on application and transportation fee for needy students P2, P3,
P6
A2, A4
  • Number of students / external activities subsidized
  • Collect comments from students concerned
Ms. CHEUNG Cho Kiu, Ms. LAI Yuk Fan, Mr. WONG Pak Yin

Total :
$ 548,440.00

 

         

Plan on the Use of the Promotion of Reading Grant 2018/19 School Year

The major objectives for Promotion of Reading:
- encourage students to read more so as to enhance their reading skill,
- encourage students to participate in more activities thereby enjoy reading and create a reading culture,
- make students develop a lifelong habit of reading good books and periodicals.

  Item  Estimated Expenses ($) 
1. Purchase of Books  $20,000 
Printed books 
e-Books (create an e-library)   $30,000 
2. Web-based Reading Schemes   $7,500 
e-Read Scheme (Cら@g) 
3. Reading Activities   $3,000 (collaborate with subjects to conduct writer talks, etc.) 
  Hiring writers, professional storytellers, etc. to conduct talks 
Hire of service from external service providers to organise student activities related to the promotion of reading   $3,000 (collaborate with the moral and civil education section to
  conduct talks, such as life education) 
Paying the application fees for activities and competitions related to the promotion of reading   $4,000 (Hong Kong Education City - e的p杭) 
  Total:  $67,500