SHUN TAK FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION LEE SHAU KEE COLLEGE

Details
  • Secondary School Information
    • School Information
      • District Kwai Tsing
      • Other District(s) Sham Shui Po
      • Supervisor / Chairman of School Management Committee Mr. Leung Sing
      • Principal Mr. Tang Cheuk Chong
      • School Type Aided
      • Student Gender Co-ed
      • School Size About 6000 Sq. M
      • Sponsoring Body Shun Tak Fraternal Association
      • Has the Incorporated Management Committee been established Yes
      • Religion Not Applicable
      • Year of Commencement of Operation 1978
      • School Motto Knowledge, Ethics, Conscientiousness and Honesty
      • Parent-Teacher Association Yes
      • Student Union / Association Yes
      • Past Students’ Association / School Alumni Association Yes
    • School Charges
      • S1 -
      • S2 -
      • S3 -
      • S4 -
      • S5 -
      • S6 -
      • Parent-Teacher Association Fee (Annual)($): $40
      • Students' Association Membership Fee($): -
      • Approved Charges for non-standard items (Annual) ($): -
      • Other Charges / Fees($): -
    • School Facilities
      • School Facilities: Swimming pool, Library, Roof-top garden, Multi-medial learning centre, Lift, Air-conditioned school campus, Computer rooms, On-line systems in all classrooms and special rooms
      • Facility for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs: Ramp, Accessible lift and Accessible toilet.
    • Teaching Staff Information (Including School Head)
      • Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment: 51
      • Total number of teachers in the school: 59
      • Qualifications and Professional TrainingPercentage of teaching staff (%)
        • Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education : 97%
        • Bachelor Degree: 98%
        • Master / Doctorate Degree or above : 46%
        • Special Education Training : 36%
      • Working ExperiencesPercentage of teaching staff (%)
        • 0-4 years : 19%
        • 5-9 years : 13%
        • 10 years or above : 68%
    • 2019/2020 Class Structure
      • S1 4
      • S2 4
      • S3 4
      • S4 4
      • S5 4
      • S6 4
    • Subjects Offered
      • Subjects Offered in 2019/2020 School YearS.1 - S.3
        • Chinese as the medium of instruction : Chinese Language, Chinese History, Putonghua, Moral Education
        • English as the medium of instruction : English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science (S.1 & S.2), Chemistry (S.3), Physics (S.3), Biology (S.3), Computer Literacy, Home Economics, Design and Technology, Integrated Humanities, Music, Visual Arts, Physical Education, Project Learning
        • Use either Chinese or English as the medium of instruction by class or by group : -
      • Subjects Offered in 2019/2020 School YearS.4 - S.6
        • Chinese as the medium of instruction : Chinese Language, Liberal Studies, Chinese History, Chinese Literature, Visual Arts, Physical Education
        • English as the medium of instruction : English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Economics, BAFS, Design and Applied Technology
        • Use either Chinese or English as the medium of instruction by class or by group : -
      • Subjects to be Offered in 2020/2021 School YearS.1 - S.3
        • Chinese as the medium of instruction : Chinese Language, Chinese History, Putonghua, Moral Education
        • English as the medium of instruction : English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science (S.1 & S.2), Chemistry (S.3), Physics (S.3), Biology (S.3), Integrated Humanities, Computer Literacy, Home Economics, Design & Technology, Music, Visual Arts, Physical Education, Project Learning
        • Use either Chinese or English as the medium of instruction by class or by group : -
      • Subjects to be Offered in 2020/2021 School YearS.4 - S.6
        • Chinese as the medium of instruction : Chinese Language, Liberal Studies, Chinese History, Chinese Literature, Visual Arts, Physical Education
        • English as the medium of instruction : English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Economics, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies, Information & Communication Technology,
        • Use either Chinese or English as the medium of instruction by class or by group : -
    • Secondary One Admission, Orientation Activities & Healthy School Life
      • Secondary One Admission Our school will accept discretionary places. Our school will participate in the Secondary School Places Allocation System through central allocation stage (Applicable for admission to S.1 in September 2020 ).Academic performance (40%), Interview performance (30%), Participation in extra-curricular activities, prizes awarded and services (30%), Conduct must be B grade or above.
      • Orientation Activities and Healthy Life Every year, the school organizes F.1 Students and Parents Welcome Day, Chinese and English Bridging Programmes, Science, Mathematics and Integrated Humanities Bridging Programmes, F.1 Student Affair Day, Welcoming Session, School Development Sharing Session etc. To heighten students’ awareness of their health, the school organizes a lot of different assemblies and activities and has asked the tuck shop and lunch provider to offer healthy and balanced meals to the students.
    • School Characteristics
      • School Management
        • (1)School's Major Concerns 1. Setting concrete objectives; Encouraging civic responsibility. 2. Fostering self-directed learning; Refining teaching strategies. 3. Placing more emphasis on academic excellence and teacher professional development programmes.
        • (2) School Management Organisation: The school management committee formed by the school sponsoring body is the ultimate decision-making body of the school. The Principal maintains close communication with the supervisor to manage the school and enhance its performance. Under the supervision of the Principal, the school administration committee and the academic affairs committee are led by the vice principal and the assistant principal with a view to promoting the cooperation of all members in the school. The democratic culture in the school has always contributed to its development. The school leaders are receptive to different views from all teaching staff and seek common grounds while reserving differences.
        • (3) Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee / Management Committee: THE INCORPORATED MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE OF SHUN TAK FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION LEE SHAU KEE COLLEGE
        • (4) School Green Policy: 1. The Civic Education Department promotes environmental protection awareness by setting up recycling bins around the school campus. 2. The school has participated in the Green Campus- Low Carbon Footprint Campaign and successfully applied for the Water-saving Equipment Renewal Scheme. 3. The school also considers the eco-friendly measures offered while choosing the tuck shop operator and the lunchbox provider.
      • Learning and Teaching Plan
        • (1) Whole-school Language Policy: The School adopts English as the medium of instruction in F.1 - F.3 for all subjects except Chinese Language, Chinese History, Putonghua and Moral Education. To ensure students possess the necessary English standard to study different subjects in English, a summer bridging course is provided to all F.1 students every year. The school also offers remedial English classes to less able students. For nearly 20 years, the school has organized overseas study trips for students to improve their English in a native English-speaking environment and experience foreign cultures. As for Chinese Language, the school promotes extracurricular reading and encourages students to improve their writing skills by taking part in various writing competitions.
        • (2) Learning and Teaching Strategies: The school aims at enhancing the effectiveness of teaching and learning and helping students to achieve their full potential. The school-based curriculum has been designed to be fun, be practical and most importantly, lay strong foundations for students’ tertiary education in the future. The school also aims to prepare students for public assessments and ensure the effectiveness of teaching by tailoring and adapting the school-based curriculum according to the students’ needs.
        • (3) School-based Curriculum: 1. Electives: 3X. Students can choose different elective subjects in Form 42. Curriculum highlights: Multi-intelligence strategies, Cooperative learning, Teaching & Learning in Information Technology to cater for the diverse needs, interests and abilities of learners
        • (4) Development of Key Tasks: 1. Integrated Humanities is included in the junior form curriculum to help students build the basis for Liberal Studies in the NSS curriculum. 2. Students are encouraged to learn through extensive reading. 3. Project-based learning is introduced to develop students’ generic skills and I.T. competency. 4. Ethnic values and civic awareness are inculcated in students through lessons and regular assemblies.
        • (5) Career and Life Planning: A. Work hand in hand with Hong Kong Family Welfare Society to promote career planning activities: i) design and develop school-based materials for trained teachers to conduct careers lessons; ii) organise experiential learning activities to inspire senior form students to plan for their future; iii) hold inquiry-based career planning activities and internship programmes for students in need. B. Invite the Hong Kong Professionals and Senior Executives Association to give a careers talk about leadership and mentoring for senior form students in groups. C. Participate in the ‘Life Buddies’ mentorship scheme organised by Commission on Poverty to provide group counselling for senior form students on all aspects of their careers. D. Conduct various school-based career aptitude tests and organise careers talks to counsel students on choosing different electives in F.4, making JUPAS choices and other career paths. E. Co-operate with Hong Kong Teachers Drama Association to produce and perform an ‘Educational Drama’ to enhance students’ understanding of their own abilities and interests.
      • Student Support
        • (1) Whole School Approach to Cater for Student Diversity: We offer enhancement and enrichment classes for students with academic needs. With teachers’ instructions and guidance, higher achievers can study one more elective subject in addition to the existing three electives. Students with special needs will be taken care of by teachers, social workers and other classmates.
        • (2) Whole School Approach to Integrated Education: The Learning Support Group was set up to implement Inclusive Education in LSKC. The purpose is to help students with learning, behavioural or emotional problems integrate with the general student population from early secondary onwards. For inclusive education to succeed, a whole-school approach has been adopted. In order to identify students with special educational needs, our school talks with parents on both the New Form One Student Registration Day and Parents’ Day for Form One students. Moreover, if teachers find students with reading and writing difficulties or those in need of speech therapy support, a preliminary assessment is held by the school educational psychologist and teachers involved. Students are then referred to the relevant government department for further assessment if needed. Our school also provides speech therapy service and training on interpersonal relationship for students with special educational needs. Also, to create an inclusive environment, supportive programs and activities like Inclusive Week, Inclusive Carnival, Writing Competition, Gardening Therapy and Adventure Program are held regularly. In addition, activities like remedial classes, after-school coaching and training programs on developing multiple learning techniques are organized to support learning for identified junior form students. Our school works closely with the educational psychologist, school social workers and parents concerned. When necessary, regular meetings and assessments for individual students are held to help those students to identify and find strategies to meet their individual learning plans.
        • (4) Measures to provide adaptation for Learning and Assessment: To strike a balance between the need to assess students and the tremendous pressure students face, our school only administers two exams every year for each form (except Form 6). Formative assessment is of high value. Focusing on formative assessments, we unleash students’ potential, inspire their thoughts, and encourage them to take the initiative to study. In the long run, students can achieve self-directed and all-round learning goals.
      • Home-school Co-operation and School Ethos
        • (1) Home-School Co-operation: We have close liaison with our parents. Apart from the regular meetings with the Parent-Teacher Association, the school issues regular newsletters to update parents on the school news. Besides, parents are also involved in some of the school administrative process such as the comparison and review of tender. Our school and the PTA also co-organise various functions such as outings and picnics to foster parent-child relationship as well as interest groups and talks for parents. Parents also act as guests to grant scholarship to stellar students at opening ceremonies and enjoy school gatherings at closing ceremonies, on Sports Days, Swimming Gala and at Confucian Dinner.
        • (2) School Ethos: Our school is committed to creating an environment conducive to harmony, open-mindedness, acceptance and care. Studying in such an atmosphere, students can show their love and care for others. They are self-disciplined, diligent, responsible and innovative. They know how to distinguish rights from wrongs and express themselves well. What’s more, they have insights as well as vision and learn to appreciate. We encourage our students to care about our society, particularly the unfortunate, the society and the environment by serving our community. The senior form students act as role models to the junior ones. Through the process, the leadership skills of senior form students are enhanced.
      • Future Development
        • (1) School Development Plan: (1) Setting concrete objectives; Encouraging civic responsibility a. Identifying individual goals; Making timely reflections. b. Nurturing the role of student-mentors; Facilitating whole-person development. c. Participating in community service from junior forms. d. Promoting community service; Reflecting on outcomes. (2) Fostering self-directed learning; Refining teaching strategies a. Expanding e-Learning experiences through various online learning platforms. b. Strengthening self-directed learning; refining teaching and learning strategies. c. On-going improvement of pedagogical strategies to enhance teaching and learning. d. Nurturing creative-thinking through STEM education. (3) Placing more emphasis on academic excellence and teacher professional development programmes a. On-going expansion of professional training pathways. b. Refining teachers’ performance appraisal; Encouraging self- and peer evaluation. c. Promoting diverse teaching modes.
        • (2) Teacher Professional Training and Development: To boost our teaching and learning effectiveness on top of strengthening our cooperation with different departments at school, we have organised numerous Staff Development Days to share and exchange our experience with each other and explore new teaching methodologies. We aim at building the school into a learning organisation. Moreover, we support and encourage teachers’ professional development through continuing education, professional exchanges and peer sharing. Teachers actively participate in seminars or further their studies so as to enhance their professionalism. Our experienced teachers are often invited to be the main speakers in various talks about the teaching profession so that our experience of success can be shared with other teachers, educationalists and scholars.
      • Life-wide Learning Activities including Five Essential Learning Experiences, Key Learning Areas, Extra-curricular Activities, Co-curricular Activities, etc. There are over 40 clubs allowing students to choose from a wide range of activities from different categories.
      • Others The school management committees donate over $100,000 every year to award scholarships for outstanding students. Students have been awarded in various inter-school competitions.
      • Direct public transportation to School KMB route no.:32H,34 & 38; Mini-bus: 87, 87K, 89, 89M.
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