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  • PLK HKTA Yuen Yuen Primary

    School School Report

    School Year 2008-2009

  • SCHOOL MISSON

    The School is managed under Po Leung Kuks school system. Owing to the uniqueness of our teaching and learning environment, the school preserves its own curriculum and teaching methodology. The mission of the School is to provide a quality education that develops confident children.

    We are now running the school under the Direct Subsidy Scheme for the third year. With better resources, we aim to improve the school facilities year by year, and new initiatives will be adopted to enhance learning and teaching.

    AIMS OF THE SCHOOL To give opportunity and encouragement to all children to discover and believe in

    themselves as worthwhile and valued people. To provide a sound foundation in the basic subjects. To promote the intellectual and the physical development of each child. To nurture the emotional and social development of the children in order that they

    may take their rightful place in society. To install respect for the rights and values of all peoples and cultures. To expect from each child a growing compliance with old fashioned virtues of

    self-control, courtesy, honesty, punctuality, responsibility and helpfulness.

    Yuen Yuen Primary SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT:

    To provide a quality education that develops confident children.

    Our Strengths

    Integrated curriculum is used. Themes are used in all subjects in the same grade levels. Most of the students are very interested in the subject and this motivates them to learn

    actively. Sufficient teaching materials and IT resources can be used to enhance the effectiveness

    of learning and teaching. There are enough spaces to show students artworks which can encourage students

    learning. Co-teaching is implemented to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching. Parents are eager to involve in school activities.

  • Our Opportunities:

    Being a DSS school allows for flexibility of curricula Our school is gaining recognition in the local community Only EMI primary school in Tuen Mun The incorporated management Committee (IMC) consists of representations of parents,

    teachers and alumni has set up in 2007. The school-based management will be enhanced.

    Our Weaknesses:

    Students are weak in self-discipline The school is new and staff is mostly young with limited teaching experience. Our curriculum is still in the process of being developed. Some students are a bit too well protected.

    Our Threats:

    Without having a direct link or access to a local English DSS secondary school which we be a feeder to students face competition.

    A decrease of birth rate in Hong Kong may affect our student admission. Change of curriculum may affect our school-based curriculum.

  • Class Organization

    Our Pupils

    Number of operating classes:

    Level P.1 P.2 P.3 P.4 No. of Classes 4 4 4 4

    Number of pupils:

    Level P.1 P.2 P.3 P.4 No. of Boys 54 53 55 64 No. of Girls 66 68 69 55

    Total Enrolment 120 121 124 119

    Total Enrolment

    64.5%56.5% No.of boys

    No. of girls

  • Number of Absences Per Student

    Number of Days Absent Number of Students 0 107 1 106 2 73 3 62 4 46 5 22 6 23 7 14 8 6 9 5

    10 6 11 3 12 2 13 0 14 2 15 1

    16-20 0 21-30 5

    Number of Days Absent

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    120

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16-20

    21-30

    Number of Absences

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  • Our Teachers

    Number of Teachers

    08/09 Number of Teachers 37

    Highest Academic Qualification Attained by Teachers

    Highest Academic Qualification Number of Teachers Masters Degree or Above 5

    Bachelor Degree 32

    Highest Academic Qualification Attained by Teachers

    14%

    86%

    Master degree or above

    Bachelor degree

    Teachers Experience

    Teachers Experience Number of Teachers 10-20 years 3 0-5 years 34

  • Number of Active School Days

    Number of days in a school year with regular classes:

    08/09 P.1 162 P.2 162 P.3 160 P.4 162

    Learning Time of Eight Key Learning Areas (P.1 to P.4)

    Key Learning Areas Learning Time Per Week (minutes) English Language Education 350 Chinese Language Education 350

    Mathematics 250 General Studies 250 Art Education 50

    Physical Education 50 Information Technology 50

    Personal, Social and Humanities 85

  • Annual School Functions (2008-2009) Follow-up by Daniel Ng

    Month Event

    August P.1 Bridging classes P.1 Parent Meeting

    September P.1, P.2, P.3 & P.4 Parent-Teacher Meeting Commencement of P.2 swimming classes

    October

    Commencement of 1st Term After-School Activities Commencement of 1st Term Fee-Charging Extra-curricular

    Activities Halloween Day and Special Dress Day

    November

    P.1 & P.2 Class Observation Commencement of 59th Hong Kong Schools Speech

    Festival 1st Term Formative Assessment

    December

    The Sixth Hong Kong Inter-Primary School English Folk Song Group Singing Contest Po Leung Kuk Staff Development Day Po Leung Kuk Joint School Sports Day Christmas Celebration

  • January

    Lunar New Year Celebration Commencement of 43th Hong Kong Schools Dance Festival 1st Term Summative Assessment

    February

    Parents Day Commencement of 2nd Term After-School Activities Life-Wide Learning Activities School Picnic

    March

    Commencement of 2nd Term Fee-Charging Extra-curricular Activities

    Life-Wide Learning Activities Commencement of 60h Hong Kong Schools Music

    Festival Election of Teachers and Parents School Managers

    Month Event

    April Easter Festival Activities P.1 Class Observation 2nd Term Formative Assessment

    May

    P.1 & P.2 Class Observation Mothers Day Activities Po Leung Kuk Affiliated Primary Schools Music Contest TSA Oral Assessment

    June

    2nd Term Summative Assessment PLK Graduation Day 2009/2010 P.1 Admission Seminar Po Leung Kuk Affiliated Primary Schools Swimming Gala Early Summer Vacation due to H1N1

    July Parents Day

  • All P.1, P.2, P.3& P.4 (484) Students Can Join these Weekly After-School Activities

    After-School Activities 1 Visual Arts (P.1 students) 2 Choir (P.1 students) 3 English Drama (P.1 students) 4 Visual Arts (P.2 students) 5 Choir (P.2 students) 6 Fun English (P.2 students) 7 Road Safety Patrol (P.1 & P.2 students) 8 Scouts (P.1 & P.2 students) 9 Ball Games (P.1 & P.2 students)

    All P.1, P.2, P.3& P.4 (484) Students Can Join these Weekly Fee-Charging Extra-Curricular Activities

    Fee-Charging Extra-Curricular Activities 1 Chinese Dance 2 English Drama 3 Go Chess 4 Abacus Mental Calculation 5 Taekwondo 6 Japanese (1st Term only) 7 Creative Drawing 8 Mini-tennis 9 Swimming

  • Inter-School Activities and Awards 2008/2009

    Nature Name of Competitions/Activities Awards

    Verses Speaking

    59th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival (English/Putonghua Solo Verse Speaking): P.1-P.3 Girls English Solo Verse Speaking Competition

    Champion: MIC3, Wong Man Ting Mandy 1st Runner-up: JAC2, Shum Yi Shuen JOY2, Tong Tsz Ki Gloria JAS3, Ho Yin Yi 2nd Runner-up: FAC2, Chung Ming Yi JAC2, Wong Fong Ching JAC2, Lai Cheuk Yi, Cherry MIC3, Man Hoi Ching MIC3, Chan Ho Lam ZOL3, Lo Hoi Ching Yan Ching

    P.1-P.3 Boys English Solo Verse Speaking Competition

    Champion: VIL1, Wu Tsz Chun Walter 1st Runner-up: JOY2, Li Hok Yin 2nd Runner-up: ZAC1, Chan Chun Fung JAS3, Lee Ue Nok

    P.1-P.3 Girls Putonghua Solo Verse Speaking Competition

    1st Runner-up: JOY2, Tong Tsz Ki Gloria 2nd Runner-up: SHL1, Mak Hoi Yiu JUY3, Yan Ching

  • Nature Name of Competitions/Activities Awards

    Music

    60th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival Piano Solo- Grade One: Champion:

    ZAC1: Wong Ching Yu Vocal Solo- Foreign Language

    1st Runner-up: MIC3 Kwai Hei Yu, Michelle

    Age 8 and under- Boys and Girls- Junior-Singing in Foreign Language

    2nd Runner-up

    2008

    2008

    VIL1 JAC2 JAS3

    Arts

    EMP2

    JAS3

    JAS3

    Sports

    2007-2008 JAS3

    JAS3 JAS3

    JUY3 60 JAS3 100

    JAS3

  • 4x50

    JOY2 JAS3 JAS3 JAS3 JAS3

    I 100

    JAS3

    I 4x50

    JAS3 JAS3 JAS3

    50

    JAS3 JOY2 JAS3

    50

    JAS3

    4x50

    ZOL3

    ZOL3

    JOY2 SAH1

    2x50 JAS3

    2007 9 100

    JAS3

    8

    JAS3

    JAS3

    100 (9 )

    JAS3

    JAS3

  • 8

    JAS3

    8

    JAS3

    8

    JAS3

    F 100

    JAS3

    F 50

    JAS3

    2007-2008

    JAS3

    2007 9 100

    JAS3

    2008-2009

    JAS3

    8 50

    JAS3

    2007 9 100

    JAS3

    4x50

    JAS3

    JAS3

    ( 24)

    JAS3

    8 50

    JAS3

    8 50

    JAS3

  • 2007 A 25

    JAS3

    100 JAS3

    2007 A 25

    JUY3

    Nature Name of Competitions/Activities Awards

    Others

    44:

    ()

    2007

    MIC3

    27 2008

    VIL1

    27 2008

    JAC2

    2007 JAC2

    2007 JAC2

  • JAC2

    JAC2

    2007 JUY3

  • Physical Development

    21

    21.5

    22

    22.5

    23

    23.5

    24

    Weight of P. 1 Students

    BoysGirls

    116

    116.5

    117

    117.5

    118

    118.5

    119

    119.5

    120

    Height of P. 1 Students

    Boys Girls

    24.85

    24.9

    24.95

    25

    25.05

    25.1

    25.15

    25.2

    25.25

    25.3

    Weight of P. 2 Students

    BoysGirls

    124

    124.2

    124.4

    124.6

    124.8

    125

    125.2

    Height of P. 2 Students

    BoysGirls

    27.6

    27.8

    28

    28.2

    28.4

    28.6

    28.8

    29

    29.2

    29.4

    Weight of P. 3 Students

    BoysGirls

    131

    131.2

    131.4

    131.6

    131.8

    132

    132.2

    132.4

    Height of P. 3 Students

    BoysGirls

  • Physical Fitness Results

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    P. 1 Physical Fitness Results

    Sit-UpsSit and ReachEndurance Run

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    30

    P. 2 Physical Fitness Results

    Sit-UpsSit and ReachEndurance Run

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    30

    P. 3 Physical Fitness Results

    Sit-UpsSit and ReachEndurance Run

  • School report 1

    Achievements and Reflection on Major Concerns Major Concern I: Academic Excellence A: English Achievements

    - A balanced literacy approach to learning in which reading and writing are complementary processes was used.

    - Reading Aloud, Shared Reading, Guided Reading and Independent Reading programmes have been carried out and most students have developed reading habit.

    - The Read-a-thon form doubled as the Read-a-thon form and as the reading log for the April 09. The children had been used to filling in the reading log thus; the Read-a-thon had a success rate of 95%.

    - After learning Phonics and Spelling, majority of students are able to decode words they do not know how to say and to spell words they already know. These were reflected on their dictation, reading and composition assignments.

    - Most students score 85% or above on listening and speaking assessments. - Shared Writing, Interactive Writing, Guided Writing and Independent Writing have been

    deployed. Most students are able to write different types/genres of writing during rotation in class.

    - Most of the P2 to P4 students handed in the journal writing on time. - As reflected from the results of summative assessments, over 80% of students are able to

    pass the grammar parts of the assessment. - English Wednesdays -- 5 stations were set up by the student volunteer helpers each

    Wednesday in 10 weeks during first term. Students could earn stamps if they tried to finish the tasks. Most students participated in the beginning.

    Reflection

    - P1 and P2 accomplished Reading Aloud activity but only done sporadically in P3 and P4. - We were going to raise money with another organization for children in Hong Kong.

    However due to time constraints, issues with raising money, and there being a number of other activities in school, we decided to simplify it and keep it as just reading. For the next school year, we could hold the read-a-thon closer to the beginning of the year or after the first formative assessments mid term.

    - Since English Wednesdays lasted for too long, 10 weeks, some students lost their record cards and some students may lose their interests in keeping on participating. There were only less than 50 % of students handed in the record card to teachers at the end of the activities. It is suggested to ask the higher grades students to organize activities themselves to encourage them to participate and let them involved. The duration of the English Weeks could be shortened.

  • School report 2

    B: Chinese Achievements

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    - 70%

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    - 65%

    - 95%

    - 10% Reflection

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  • School report 3

    - 10%

    C: Mathematics Achievements

    - Students are encouraged to take part in all mathematics activities including math centre.

    At the same time, teachers used a wide range of math activities to engage students in learning and introduce math concepts. Sometimes, competition was greatly used in lessons. Over 80% of students enjoyed doing the activities.

    - Students are able to make sensible estimates and measure in real life contexts. Over 80% of students have participated in these activities and they could use formal units of measurement and use equipment to measure accurately.

    - Higher ordering thinking was involved in the Math lessons this year to consolidate students learning and help them think aloud when solving word problems.

    Reflection

    - Teachers are found to work closely to improve students learning by modifying the Mathematics core worksheet to meet their students needs.

    - Math assembly was not organized well enough because there were talks carried by guests and those periods were used for English literature appreciation due to the time limitation in the normal lessons.

    - Teachers are suggested to plan more activities to cater for learning differences. For example, teachers can always prepare more challenging work for the advanced students.

    - Our school could consider having a weekly or bi-weekly Minute Math. Students need to complete a certain number of questions in one or two minutes. Therefore, students will be trained

    - The number of hours spent on Math lessons could be extended so that teachers could spend more time explaining a new concept and let students explore it.

    - Even though most teachers have used questions with high order thinking skills in their classes, not many of students could apply the thinking skills to the real life situation. Teachers are strongly recommended to continue using this teaching strategy next year.

    - Since our school is not using any textbooks, teachers could include more examples in the Math core worksheet for references (teaching notes).

  • School report 4

    D: General Studies Achievements

    - Over 80% of students have participate in Field trip, Life Education Activity Programme (LEAP) Van, Halloween, Christmas, and Chinese Latern Festival.

    - Over 70% of the pupils enjoy doing the science exploration/activities. - Over 70% of the students have participate in flag selling day/selling raffle tickets for

    PLK.

    Reflection

    - We encouraged the appropriate use of community resources, e.g. museums, facilities and activities provided by community organizations and other public and private bodies to widen the scope of learning beyond the school setting.

    - Teachers should have discussed and planned the whole-year field trips or activities before the school term starts as many of the visits need approval by the organization and early booking in advance is needed.

    - It was agreed that if resources were available, it is better to let the students to do experiment themselves instead of just watching the teacher to do that.

    E: Visual Arts Achievements

    - 90% students finished the artworks in the lessons. - The school has participated in 18 drawing/coloring competitions. Number of

    participants in 5 competitions exceed 100. Totally 6 awards received. - Outstanding artworks of 2 students had been exhibited in school lobby to recognize

    their accomplishments. - Visual Art interest classes were held as after school activity and Saturday fee-charging

    activity.

    Reflection

    - Visit of art exhibitions and art galleries were planned as part of post examination activities in July, due to the class suspension, they were cancelled.

    - Display of students artworks in larger scale around the school was cancelled due to same reason.

    - We shall plan visit and other activities more evenly scheduled through the year in future.

  • School report 5

    F: Music Achievements

    - Songs correlated to themes taught in lessons have been adopted as far as possible. - Recorder training has started in P3 and P4. - Musical performances on web-site such as Youtube has been shown to students in

    the class and their responses are good. - The school choirs participated in competition of Music Festival and joint-schools

    competitions organized by Po Leung Kuk, though we dont get any prize, the results were satisfactory.

    - Many students joined the competition individually and received awards. Details as per appendix.

    Reflection

    - Only some songs are closer to students life, and if they like the melodies, they feel more excited when learning them. It is better to choose more popular melodies in future to arouse students interest.

    - As P4 recorder songs become harder and more difficult to play, some students may lose their interest.

    - Due to the outbreak of human swine influenza, classes were suspended, Music Talent Show in school was cancelled.

    G: Information Technology Achievements

    - 90% of pupils are able to use common computer applications and software-such as the

    tools for word and image processing as students in general love to have IT lessons. Most students are able to finish tasks according to their assessment results.

    - There are many fee charging online learning programmes for students including English and Chinese subjects. There are also programmes for Maths and IT. Most students enjoyed using the learning programmes during lessons.

    - P3 and P4 students were asked to apply an E-mail account such as hotmail, yahoo.

    Reflection

    - For higher grades, there should be emphasis on strengthening students research skills such as seek, absorb analyze, present information critically.

    - It is recommended to organize projects to integrate IT with others subjects. - It is suggested that we open the computers rooms during recess. Students will then able

    to assess computers and enhance self learning. - After opening an e-mail account, some students forgot their passwords. It is

    recommended to have a school- email account for students to enhance communication between teachers and students.

  • School report 6

    H: Physical Education Achievements

    - The school has participate in the 5th PLK Affiliated Primary Schools Athletic Meet, Tuen Mun District Primary schools Athletic Meet, The 11th HK Primary School Inter-districts Athletic Meet School Sports Programme Athletic Challenge Day, The 7th HK Primary School Inter-districts Swimming Competition, and Tuen Mun District Primary Schools Swimming Competition. Among 79 entries, 11 Gold medals, 18 Silver medals and 4 Bronze medals were awarded.

    - Training courses such as sports dance has been arranged. - After school activities such as Track and Field and Volleyball has been organized and

    students enjoy playing very much. - The whole school participate in SportACT Award Scheme in both terms. Out of 480

    students, 111 received Gold award, 29 received Silver award and 41 received Bronze award in first term. The numbers for second terms were 117, 34 and 30 respectively.

    Reflection

    - We have tried to modify tbe morning exercise to practice Tai Chi, however, due to spatial limitation, it was not successful.

  • School report 7

    Major Concern II: Integrating moral and civic education. A: Discipline Achievements

    - 85% of teachers agree that students discipline is improved. - Few students with particular emotional difficulties have been refer to the school social

    worker. Special workshops and camping have been arranged for them. - School prefect team has been set up among P3 and P4 students, they help a lot in

    keeping discipline during on the playground and staircases.

    Reflection

    - It is difficult keep students quiet when lining up in the cover ground. Teachers are request to reinforce the discipline requirement with the students in the class and more training may be needed.

    B: Moral Education Achievements

    - Simple but important aspects of moral education such as cleanliness, politeness, considerate the others have been conveyed to students during morning assembly by means of talk and or drama.

    - Healthy Eating Program had been launched at the beginning of the year to encourage students to eat more health foods.

    - Service packages by Po Leung Kuk for Student Guidance Service and Understanding Adolescent Project have been deployed.

    Reflection

    - Due to the limitation of covering playground, eye-sight of many classes lining at the back are blocked by columns of the building. The formation was disturbed whenever there was a show on the stage. It may be solved by installing LCD monitors with instant broadcasting system.

  • School report 8

    Major Concern III: Enhance Student learning through activities. Achievements

    - 20 after school activities for the whole school have been organized in the school terms. - Around 78% of students joined the activity. - Teachers commented that students participated enthusiastically and the attendance rate

    was satisfactory. - 8 fee charging extra-curricular activities including Chinese Dance, Instrumental class,

    mini-tennis, abacus mental calculation, Go chess, Taekwondo, creative drawing and African Drumming have been organized. Around 40% of students joined the fee-charging activity and the attendance rate was high.

    - 302 students joined the Speech Festival this year. - 130 students joined the Music Festival. (Please also refer to the awards list in the

    Appendix). - Every Thursday after lunch, we have Module 4 program for students to participate in

    different activities in rotation. - An introductory session has been conducted by the Hong Kong Rugby Club and some

    students have been arranged to watch a Hong Kong 7 match, students enjoyed them very much.

    - The school picnic was held successfully in PLK Pak Tam Chung Holiday Camp on 20/2. Majority of students and parents enjoyed the picnic day.

    - Dress special days were organized at Halloween, Christmas Party and Casual Dress Day.

    - Different outings have been arranged for each grade to enhance students learning according to different themes in school terms.

    - A successful Game Day was held in Siu Lun Sports Ground. Reflection

    - It is suggested that each student shall choose joining one of the activities. - According to teachers opinions, Module 4 may be replaced by an assembly or a

    moral education session in future. - It is suggested that we may also organize activities for Chinese New Year or some other

    special festivals in future. - Siu Lun Sports Ground is relatively small for holding activities, next year, we will

    book the stadium in Tuen Mun for a Athletic Meet.

  • School report 9

    Major Concern IV: Enhance cooperation between home and school

    Achievements

    - Game Day had been co-organized by PTA and the school. Most students (except one

    class which need to be isolated due the outbreak of influenza) and parents enjoyed and participated in different competitions.

    - The school has launched 3 seminars on parents-child caring have been held for parents by PTA. The responses were execellent,

    - About 15% of parents have volunteered as parent helpers. Reflection

    - Some parents still complained that sometimes they did not understand school policy and requested to have regular meeting between parents and school.

  • School report 1 0

    Financial Summary Financial Summary Government Funds and School Funds Income($) Expenditure($) Government Funds - DSS subsidy 8,974,013.84 8,145,756.25 - Other Incomes 4,045.40 - Other Interest 1,043.16 - Other Grants (Capacity Enhancement Grant & Additional Capacity Enhancement Grant) 445,772.00 570,453.00

    Committee on Home-School Co-operation Project) 3,890.00 142.30

    School Funds -Tuition Fee 2,904,264.00 -Other incomes: 502,417.43 -Other Interest 41.34 490,941.55 Accumulated Fund b/f 3,901,028.15 Surplus/(Deficit) 3,750,127.37

  • School report 1 1

    Feedback on Future Planning The school should formulate its next Annual School Report making reference to the

    achievements and reflection on major concerns as stated in the School Report. In the year of completion of the schools current School Development Plan, the achievements and reflection on major concerns can serve as major reference in the formulation of the next School Development Plan.

  • Appendix CEG

    Po Leung Kuk Hong Kong Taoist Association Yuen Yuen Primary School Report Plan on Use of Capacity Enhancement Grant (2008 2009)

    Means by which teachers have been consulted: Staff meeting

    Task Area Major area of

    concern Time Scale Strategies/Tasks Total Expenditure Success Criteria Remarks

    Recommendations

    for improvem

    ent Recruitment of 2 Supporting Staff to relieve teaching staff from non-teaching duties

    To reduce the workload of the teachers in general so that teaching can be more focused on catering for individual differences by using a student-centred teaching approach

    From September 2008 onward till the end of the academic year

    Assist in the stocking of teaching aids.

    Assist in the relocation and decoration of classrooms.

    Assist in the classroom activities.

    Other duties of school affairs.

    Salary 2 Supporting Staff for 12 months and MPF contribution : $6000x105%x12 X 1 =$75,600.00+$5800X105%X12X1=69621.04 Total:145,221.04

    With the help of 2 supporting staff, teacher workload is lessen to help to improve the quality of teaching.

  • School report 2

    Task Area Major area of

    concern Time Scale Strategies/Tasks Total Expenditure Success Criteria Remarks

    Recommendations

    for improvem

    ent Recruitment of 2 IT Supporting Staff to relieve teaching staff from non-teaching duties

    To reduce the workload of the teachers in general so that teaching can be more focused on catering for individual differences by using a student-centred teaching approach

    From November 2008 onwards till the end of the academic year

    Assist in the design of IT teaching aids.

    Assist in the relocation and decoration of classrooms.

    Other duties of school affairs.

    Salary of 2 IT Supporting Staff for 10 months and MPF contribution: $5250 x105%x10 X2 = $110,250.00

    With the help of 2 supporting staff, teacher workload is lessen to help to improve the quality of teaching.

    *Since school

    needs

    supporting

    staff to

    lesson the

    teacher

    workload in

    the

    commencing

    year, 2

    supporting

    staff were

    employed

    from

    September

    2009

    onwards.

  • School report 3

    Task Area Major area of

    concern Time Scale Strategies/Tasks Total Expenditure Success Criteria Remarks

    Recommendations

    for improvem

    ent Coping with the diverse and special learning needs of students with varied abilities

    To reduce the workload of the teachers in general so that teaching can be more focused on catering for individual differences by using a student-centred teaching approach

    From September 2008 onward till the end of the academic year

    To employ one Chinese teacher assistant at the start of the school year to cope with the diverse needs of students and to assist teachers teacher Non-Chinese students.

    Salary of Chinese Teacher Assistant for 12 months and MPF contribution : $9565x105%x

    1 2 = $ 1 2 0 , 5 1 9 . 0 0

    Teachers overall workload relieved to improve the quality of teaching

    A c a d e m i c p e r f o r m a n c e o f N C S i s i m p r o v e d . m p r ov e d q u a l i t y o f t e a c h i n g a n d l e a r n i n g .

    .

  • School report 4

    Task Area Major area of

    concern Time Scale Strategies/Tasks Total Expenditure Success Criteria Remarks

    Recommendations

    for improvem

    ent Enhancing Integrated Curriculum Prograrmme

    To improve the teaching and learning of the integrated curriculum

    To enhance teacher

    professionalism

    From November 2008- August 2008

    To have consultant service to provide on-site for teachers in designing the integrated curriculum.

    To provide school visit, classroom lessons observation and professional days for teachers

    Consultant Service: (including on-going support service, school visits and school attachment service) $12000

    -Over 80% of the teachers agree that the consultants service is useful. - Teachers professionalism has been improved. Integrated Curriculum has set up more catering for school needs

    Some consultants service are free of charge this year, so the funding hasnt use up to $30000. Teachers would like to have the review consultant service in the later stage.

  • School report 5

    Budget :

    Income: $648x484 students($648 per student per annum)= $313,632.00

    Carried forward for use in the succeeding year (for the period ended 31st August 2008) in CEG : $ 71,467.99

    Carried forward to use in the succeeding year (for the period ended 31st August 2008) in Additional CEG: $ 35,257.01

    Expenditure: Recruitment of 2 Supporting Staff , 2 IT Supporting Staff, 1 Chinese Teacher Assistant and 2 teaching consultants from local

    international school

    $145,221.04+ $110,250+$120,519+$12,000=$387,990.04

    Balanced :

    $313,632+$71,467+$35,257.01-$387,990.04 =$32,365.97

    SCHOOL MISSONAIMS OF THE SCHOOLOur Strengths

    Our Weaknesses:Our Threats: Class Organization Number of Absences Per Student

    Number of Teachers Number of TeachersNumber of Active School DaysNumber of days in a school year with regular classes:

    After-School ActivitiesFee-Charging Extra-Curricular ActivitiesNature Awards

    Nature Awards

    Nature AwardsFinancial Summary Financial Summary

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