Teaching Support

School Campaign

Straighten Up School Scheme

School Year 2011-2021
Title Straighten Up School Scheme
Co-organizer(s)﹕ Children Chiropractic Foundation
Objective
  1. To promote the culture of spinal protection
  2. and preventing spinal problems that starts from young age
Target Group All students, teachers and parents of our kindergarten / nursery school
About the Scheme

We have been concerned with the physical, psychological, and spiritual wellbeing of our children. We are also aware of the importance of spinal health as an integral part to the wellbeing of a person. That is why we participate in Straighten Up School Scheme initiated by Children Chiropractic Foundation Limited every year with a hope of promoting spinal protection and preventing spinal problems starting from young age.

 

We hold group exercises for spinal protection either indoor or outdoor regularly for our children. We initiate “exercise in class” as a daily routine as well as promote “Star of Spinal Protection” scheme to instill the exercise into our children’s life.

“Joyful Theatre” Drama Teacher Training Programme

School Year 2019-2021
Title “Joyful Theatre” Drama Teacher Training Programme
Co-organizer(s)﹕ Joyful Theatre
Objective To help children sustain multiple development with activities
Target Group K1 – K3 students
About the Programme We invited drama tutor, Amanda, of Joyful Theatre to provide drama training to our teachers twice or thrice a month in our school. By observing class performance of each teacher, doing after-class evaluation, and preparing lessons together with our teachers, the visiting tutor has strengthened our teachers’ sense and skills in drama education.

“Launching Positive Education. Towards Whole Person Development” Scheme

School Year 2019-2021
Title
“Launching Positive Education. Towards Whole Person Development” Scheme Seed School (2020 – 2021)
“Launching Positive Education. Towards Whole Person Development” Scheme Participating School (2019 – 2020)
Co-organizer(s) Centre for University & School Partnership, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Objectives
To help schools create the culture of positive education. To encourage Head of School and teachers to develop optimistic, engaging and caring attitude with which they can identify and nurture children’s potential. It may result in children’s adoption of positive mindset towards study and life.
Target Group  All students and teachers of our kindergarten and nursery school
About the Scheme Through a series of professional development programmes, “Launching Positive Education. Towards Whole Person Development” Scheme aimed at enhancing the professional competency of teachers and school leaders as well as fostering collaboration between school and parents. Featured programmes , including parent workshops, teacher workshops, overseas exchange activities and full-day class audition, enabled participants to understand school cultures and school-based curriculum development for early childhood education. They served as a foundation for establishing the culture of positive education which will in turn facilitate whole person development of the children.

“Kids Go Green” – Biodiversity” Project

School Year 2018-2019
Title “ Kids Go Green – Biodiversity” Project
Co-organizer(s) Funded by the Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee
Objectives
To promote the “use less, waste less” culture
Target Group K2 students
About the Project The project aims to nurture the values and attitude of appreciating and protecting nature among children who could in turn spread the message to the general public.

“Playful Learning Program”

School Year 2018-2019
Title “Playful Learning Program”
Co-organizer(s) Hong Kong Repertory Theatre and the Education University of Hong Kong
Objectives
To promote and sustain children’s multiple development by engaging them in plays and activities.
Target Group K1-K3 students
About the Programme The coaching team of “Playful Learning Program” provided in-school training once or twice a week which included observation of each teacher’s class performance, after-class evaluation, class preparation with seed teachers, and strategic planning, etc.

School-based Support (Kindergarten) Section of Education Bureau – Mainland-Hong Kong Teachers Exchange and Collaboration Programme (Division of Music)

School Year 2017-2018
Title School-based Support (Kindergarten) Section of Education Bureau – Mainland-Hong Kong Teachers Exchange and Collaboration Programme (Division of Music)
Co-organizer(s) School-based Support (Kindergarten) Section of Education Bureau
Objectives
  1. To facilitate teachers of Mainland China and Hong Kong to promote music and creativity.
  2. To draw from the wealth in teaching philosophy
  3. and practical experience of Mainland expert teachers for facilitating the professional development of our teachers
Target Group All students and teachers of our school
About the Programme The programme was a collaboration between National Education Bureau and Hong Kong Education Bureau with an aim of refining teaching models and inspiring teachers to reflect through working with each other on planning activities which would in turn facilitate their professional development in music education and creativity. Mainland expert teachers visited our school twice or thrice a month to perform class inspection, after-class discussion, class preparation, etc.

Kids Go Green Project

School Year 2016-2017
Title Kids Go Green Project
Co-organizer(s) Environmental Protection Department, the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Sha Tin)
Objectives
  1. To spread the culture of “use less, waste less” to kindergartens
  2. To instill the concept of environmental protection, i.e., “use less, waste less”, from young age
  3. To mobilize families and the general public to practice waste reduction and recycling
Target Group K1 – K3 students
About the Project
  • From a series of professional training workshops, teachers learned how to run “green” courses.
  • We received the educational package of “Kids Go Green” and put it into practice within our school.
  • The project was rolled out as follows:
    –    29 January 2016, Kickoff Ceremony
    –    July 2016 to January 2017, training period

    1. Strategic plan for school-based “green” courses
    2. Self-learning in environmental education activities and the environment
    3. How to encourage parents to give environmental education to their child:

    –    July 2016 to August 2017, the launch period
    –    September to November 2017, “Kids Go Green” Teachers’ Professional Network
    –    November 2017, Green Community Day

Quality Education Fund Healthy Start Home Visit Program (Parent Education)(Resumed)

School Year 2016-2017
Title Quality Education Fund Healthy Start Home Visit Program (Parent Education)(Resumed)
Co-organizer(s) Tung Wah Group Hospitals, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the University of Hong Kong
Objectives
  1. To enhance parents’ confidence and competence in looking after their child
  2. To promote healthy development of children’s “emotional behaviour”, “learning”, and “physical wellbeing”
  3. To encourage school-parent collaboration in order to ensure all-round development of children
Target Group
  1. Certificate Course in “Family Ambassador” Training: Parents of K1 – K2 students with a passion for parent education
  2. Certificate Course in “Healthy Start Home Visit Program”: Parents of K1 – K3 students
Fees and Funding Free (each participant received funding of HKD18,000 for their effort in promoting parent education)
About the Programme
  • It featured home visits, workshops, and various activities
  • To train parents to become “family ambassadors”
  • To provide lectures for school teachers and social workers
  • To offer free professional talks by medical professionals / nutritionists
  • Training for teachers and parent-school conferences
  • Parent-child activities and events for parents