THE CHURCH OF CHRIST IN CHINA KEI WA PRIMARY SCHOOL (KOWLOON TONG)

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  • Primary School Information
    • School Information
      • Supervisor/ Chairman of Management Committee Mr. Chan Shiu Choy
      • School Head Ms. Chang Suet Ying
      • Has the Incorporated Management Committee been established? Yes
      • School Type AidedWhole Day
      • Student Gender Co-ed
      • Sponsoring Body The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ In China
      • Religion Protestantism / Christianity
      • Year of Commencement of Operation 1964
      • School Motto Please refer to the chinese version.
      • School Size About 4200 Sq. M
      • Through-train Secondary School -
      • Feeder Secondary School -
      • Nominated Secondary School -
      • Medium of Instruction Chinese
      • School Bus Service School Bus; Nanny van
      • Parent-Teacher Association Yes
      • Old Students' Association/ School Alumni Association Yes
    • 2019/2020 Annual School Charges
      • School Fee -
      • Tong Fai
      • PTA Fee $50
      • Approved Charges for Non-standard Items $500
      • Other Charges -
    • School Facilities
      • Number of Classroom(s) 24
      • Number of School Hall(s) 1
      • Number of Playground(s) 2
      • Number of Library(ies) 1
      • Special Rooms 18 special rooms, 2 music rooms, art room, 2 computer rooms, 4 remedial rooms, 4 student activity rooms, dance studio, 4 musical instrument practice rooms, general studies room.
      • Facility(ies) for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs -
      • Others All classrooms have air-conditioners and access to Campus TV.
    • Teaching Staff Information (Including School Head) in the 2018/2019 school year
      • Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment 47.0
      • Total number of teachers in the school 46
      • Qualifications and professional training (%)
        • Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education 100%
        • Bachelor Degree 100%
        • Master/ Doctorate Degree or above 24%
        • Special Education Training 59%
      • Years of Experience (%)
        • 0 - 4 years 20%
        • 5 - 9 years 11%
        • 10 years or above 69%
    • 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 (Based on the approval of EDB in 2019)
        • 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 Students have been grouped into 4 classes according to their whole year's academic results.
      • Diversified Assessment for Learning In addition to examinations and tests, progressive assessment, students' subject-based research and personal learning portfolios are used for assessment purposes.
    • School Life
      • Number of School Days per week 5
      • Number of periods per day 9
      • Duration of each normal period 35
      • School starts at 8:00 AM
      • School ends at 3:15 PM
      • Lunch time 12:30 - 13:20
      • Lunch arrangement Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents.
      • Healthy school life 1. Establish a healthy policy. 2. Promote healthy school education through a variety of diverse activities. 3. Morning exercise is done regularly. 4. The school does not provide a tuck shop on campus in order to promote healthy eating at school.
      • Remarks The school has reading times in class periods and tutorial lessons, multiple-intelligences activities are scheduled for every Friday afternoon.
    • School Characteristics
      • School Management Organisation The Incorporated Management Committee was founded in 2007, and is the highest decision making body within the school's hierarchy; members include the following stakeholders: representatives from the Church of Christ in China, the principal, a staff representative, a parent representative, an alumni representative and an independent representative. Under the leadership of the principal, and operating under the purview of the IMC, there are four administrative committees responsible for school development and administration, academic matters, moral education and personal care and promotion and public relations. These four committees work in concert to implement effective school policy.
      • Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee/ Management Committee The school is managed by the committee which is comprised of the following members: IMC (Supervisor), School Principal, Sponsoring Body Managers, Teacher Manager, Parent Manager and Independent Manager.
      • School Green Policy Develop a sense of environmental protection and educate students to love and care for their environment.
      • School's Major Concerns 1. To build up a fun learning atmosphere and environment. 2. To strengthen students' life-long learning abilities. 3. To enhance students' oral presentation and writing skills. 4. To develop students' Five Kei Wa core values.
      • Learning & Teaching Strategies 1. Established school-based English curriculum. 2. Putonghua is used as the medium of instruction in Chinese lessons. 3. Established school-based Mathematics curriculum. 4. Established school-based General Studies curriculum and develop school-based STEM education. 5. E-learning platforms for different subjects are established to enable self learning and assessment at home. 6. Implement gifted education from P.3 to P.6. 7. The school-based life education syllabus promoting moral values for positive life-long learning. 8. Conduct theme based learning to develop students' abilities in research and inquiry. 9. Promote self-learning through teaching different strategies.
      • Development of Key Tasks 1. Different reading strategies merged into Chinese and English teaching, various reading schemes are implemented. 2. The life education series nurtures students' positive and balanced attitudes towards life. 3. Information technology is incorporated into different subjects to facilitate learning and e-Learning.
      • Development of Generic Skills To foster the development of our students' generic skills through our school based curriculum, theme based learning, multiple-intelligences activities and gifted education curriculum.
      • Student Support
        • Whole School Approach to Cater for Student Diversity 1. Adopt the 3–Tier Support Model to provide appropriate support to each student. 2. Curriculum adaptation to accommodate the learning characteristics and abilities of pupils. 3. Adaptation on Homework policy & Assessment policy. 4. Individual or group supplementary learning schemes and extra-curricular activities catering for differentiated learning are provided. 5. Maintain a Talent Pool from which we may effectively match students to appropriate extra-curricular activities. 6. School-based Gifted Education Curriculum to cater for student diversity. 7. Adaptation of Primary 6 curriculum is made to get students acquainted with the secondary school learning style.
        • Whole School Approach to Integrated Education Social workers, an educational psychologist, a language therapist, a clinical psychologist provide extra support to cater for students' diverse needs. The "Early Identification and Intervention Programme for Primary One Students with Learning Difficulties" has been implemented to identify and support students with special needs. Emphasize home-school co-operation.
        • Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation Starting from Primary 4, students are divided into different groups according to their learning performance. Small group teaching is adopted to cater for students' needs with well-tailored teaching and learning materials and strategies.
      • Home-school Co-operation and School Ethos
        • Home-School Co-operation 1. The Primary 1 orientation and parents seminars for each level facilitate a better parent-school communication. 2. Lesson observation are arranged for Primary 1 to Primary 3 parents. 3. Family picnics are organized to promote closer family ties. 4. Parents seminars, workshops, courses, family support and transferal services are offered to provide comprehensive assistance to parents. 5. Parent volunteers help organize and run both in-school and extra-curricular activities.
        • School Ethos 1. Integration of Guidance and Counselling. 2. The House system cultivates students' sense of companionship and team spirit. 3. Assign each student a service to cultivate students' sense of responsibility. 4. Troops participate in voluntary service to serve the community. 5. Establish a harmonious and caring school culture.
      • Future Development
        • School Development Plan 1. Nurture our students to become an "Active Thinker", a "Brilliant Presenter" and a "Creative Maker" through diversified learning approaches. 2. Continually refine the school-based life education syllabus towards nurturing students' positive and balanced attitudes towards life.
        • Teacher Professional Training & Development We continually refine our teaching strategies in order to enhance students' learning. Training focused on gifted education, e-Learning and support strategies are provided to teachers.
        • Others -

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