DIOCESAN GIRLS' JUNIOR SCHOOL

Details
  • Primary School Information
    • School Information
      • Supervisor/ Chairman of Management Committee Ho Ko Suet Yiu Doris, JP
      • School Head Ms. Lee On Lai Annie
      • Has the Incorporated Management Committee been established? Not Applicable
      • School Type PrivateWhole Day
      • Student Gender Girls
      • Sponsoring Body The Council of Diocesan Girls' School
      • Religion Protestantism / Christianity
      • Year of Commencement of Operation 1860
      • School Motto Daily Giving Joyful Service
      • School Size About 13000 Sq. M
      • Through-train Secondary School Diocesan Girls' School
      • Feeder Secondary School -
      • Nominated Secondary School -
      • Medium of Instruction English
      • School Bus Service School Bus
      • Parent-Teacher Association Yes
      • Old Students' Association/ School Alumni Association Yes
    • 2019/2020 Annual School Charges
      • School Fee $70000
      • Tong Fai
      • PTA Fee -
      • Approved Charges for Non-standard Items -
      • Other Charges -
    • School Facilities
      • Number of Classroom(s) 24
      • Number of School Hall(s) 1
      • Number of Playground(s) 1
      • Number of Library(ies) 1
      • Special Rooms Multi-Purpose Room, Tree of Life, Counselling Room, Performing Arts Centre, ECA Room, Music Activity Centre, Visual Arts Centres, Student Activity Centre, Multimedia Learning Centre, STEM Room, Science Centre, Gymnasium, Hall & Library.
      • Facility(ies) for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs Ramp, Accessible lift, Accessible toilet, Tactile guide path and Supportive Education Rooms.
      • Others Basketball Court, Chinese Culture Room, PTA Room, Teachers' Resource Centre, Indoor Swimming Pool, Art Garden, Little Farmers' Plot.
    • Teaching Staff Information (Including School Head) in the 2018/2019 school year
      • Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment -
      • Total number of teachers in the school 57
      • Qualifications and professional training (%)
        • Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education 86%
        • Bachelor Degree 100%
        • Master/ Doctorate Degree or above 54%
        • Special Education Training 11%
      • Years of Experience (%)
        • 0 - 4 years 28%
        • 5 - 9 years 25%
        • 10 years or above 47%
    • Class Structure
      • 2018/19 School Year
        • P1 Number of classes 4
        • P2 Number of classes 4
        • P3 Number of classes 4
        • P4 Number of classes 4
        • P5 Number of classes 4
        • P6 Number of classes 4
        • Total 24
      • 2019/20 School Year
        • P1 Number of classes 4
        • P2 Number of classes 4
        • P3 Number of classes 4
        • P4 Number of classes 4
        • P5 Number of classes 4
        • P6 Number of classes 4
        • Total 24
    • Performance Assessment
      • Number of test(s) per year 2
      • Number of exam(s) per year 2
      • Streaming arrangement Class by average abilities.
      • Diversified Assessment for Learning Besides summative assessment in the form of tests and examinations, the School stresses the importance of formative assessment through students' daily work, participation in class, project learning, oral presentation and other learning experiences.
    • School Life
      • Number of School Days per week 5
      • Number of periods per day 9
      • Duration of each normal period 35
      • School starts at 8:10 AM
      • School ends at 3:30 PM
      • Lunch time 12:35 - 13:45
      • Lunch arrangement Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents.
      • Healthy school life The School aims to build up healthy lifestyles, positive values and proactive attitudes among students, thereby enhancing their resilience and immunization against adversity. We participate in the "EatSmart@school.hk" Campaign every year to promote healthy eating habits and have been accredited by the Department of Health as a model of an "EatSmart" school in Hong Kong.
      • Remarks -
    • School Characteristics
      • School Management
        • School Management Organisation The School is managed by the School Council, which consists of parents and alumnae representatives.
        • Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee/ Management Committee The Council of Diocesan Girls' School
        • School Green Policy Environmental education plays a key role in our students' education. A wide array of activities is organised every year to promote green initiatives and environmental practices. The school takes part in the WWF STEP programme which promotes awareness among students of the issues of climate change and sustainable living. Other activities include a waste separation and recycling scheme, a uniform recycling programme and "DGJS Eco Star Campaign". Members of the Gardening Club take part in gardening activities and learn to grow and take care of a number of plants and vegetables.
        • School's Major Concerns 1. Student Learning Profile – helping students with reflective writing; 2. Implementation of the department-focused staff appraisal scheme; 3. Provide student support – development of the school-based Life Education Programme and development and implementation of Anti-bullying policy.
      • Learning and Teaching Plan
        • Learning & Teaching Strategies 1. Educational tours, such as different visits, a school exchange programme in Singapore and study tours to the UK and Xi'an are arranged to broaden students' horizons. 2. English drama activities are incorporated into oral lessons to enhance students' skills in performing arts and to boost their confidence. After-school drama training such as the English Drama Club and PTH Drama Club is also provided. 3. Students experience hands-on investigative and exploratory learning in science and other subject areas through science and technology workshops, activity-based programmes and external competitions. All Primary 6 students take part in the Annual Science Fair to showcase their experiment findings to fellow schoolmates, parents and guests.
        • Development of Key Tasks 1. Reading Schemes: Chinese and English book clubs; Author talks; Parent-Child Reading Scheme in the lower primary section; some parents participate in the storytelling sessions for P.1 girls to cultivate their interest in reading; Library Periods; Chinese and English Extensive Reading Programmes; the promotion of online reading; and Phonics programme for P.1 - P.3 girls. 2. Information Technology: wireless school campus, a Multimedia Learning Centre and a STEM Room; two ICT lessons per week. 3. Project Learning: Students are able to familiarise themselves with the skills and knowledge of project-based learning to develop their nine generic skills. 4. Moral and Civic Education: To develop positive values among pupils, different activities, such as daily morning assembly, life education lessons during class periods are held throughout the year. Various talks and seminars on socio-emotional skills and conflict resolution are organised to enhance resilience in our students.
        • Development of Generic Skills Through project-based learning, gifted education projects and civic and moral education courses, pupils' generic skills are developed. They are also enhanced through pupils' participation in Outward Bound School and various inter-school competitions and international competitions. Activity based programmes are designed to promote creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication among students.
      • Student Support
        • Whole School Approach to Cater for Student Diversity Collaborative schemes with Diocesan Girls' School during lessons, ECAs and sport trainings are implemented regularly within our School. Teachers from both schools meet during the school year to observe lessons and discuss the curriculum so they can better understand the needs of students when transitioning to the secondary school. Near the end of a school year, Secondary One students will speak with our Primary Six students and answer any of their questions regarding life in the Senior School.
        • Whole School Approach to Integrated Education A speech therapist with rich experience in learning strategies, together with two teachers as the coordinators, are lending support to students with additional learning needs so that teachers, parents and students can employ the recommended strategies for more effective teaching and learning.
        • Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation Collaborative Learning Groups are organised to ease the learning challenges of students in smaller class settings. Enhancement programmes are organised for gifted pupils, who are also encouraged to participate in elite training and competitions.
      • Home-school Co-operation and School Ethos
        • Home-School Co-operation The PTA takes an active role in collaborating with the School to organise educational visits, special activities and parenting seminars.
        • School Ethos The School cultivates a caring and rich learning atmosphere where all students have the opportunity to learn both cooperatively and individually. Adaptation measures for P.1 students include talks for P.1 parents and the Big Sisters Scheme with P.6 girls mentoring the P.1 girls on a one-to-one basis throughout the academic year.
      • Future Development
        • School Development Plan The School makes good use of the modernised school campus and facilities in addition to its campus-wide WiFi network to enhance teaching and learning. Mobile learning with iPads is introduced into different subjects of the curriculum and an E-learning task force, comprising English, Mathematics, Chinese and IT teachers, was established to support the curriculum development of e-learning. A school counsellor stations at the school to assist students in developing positive life values.
        • Teacher Professional Training & Development The School strongly supports teachers' professional development. Teachers are active in collaborating closely with their peers, organising lesson observations and sharing sessions as well as attending external training programmes.
        • Others In the 70th Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival, we attained 220 prizes in the English & Chinese (Cantonese & Putonghua) Sections. In the 71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival, the School's musicians continued to achieve excellent results in solo and group competitions. Our Junior Choir was awarded the Best Primary School Choir of the Year. The School also received the Gold Cup for outstanding overall sports achievements in the Kowloon West District for 2017/2018 and a special Gold Cup was presented to the School for being the Overall Champion for 29 consecutive years. A fee remission scheme is provided for students with genuine financial needs. In addition, PTA Scholarships are given to students who demonstrate good conduct and provide service to the School. Academic, sports and music scholarships are also awarded to deserving students with excellent performance.
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