ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE PRIMARY SCHOOL

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  • Primary School Information
    • School Information
      • Supervisor/ Chairman of Management Committee Mr. Yuen Dick Yan, Dennis
      • School Head Mr. Mak Chi Ho, Michael
      • Has the Incorporated Management Committee been established? Not Applicable
      • School Type DSSWhole Day
      • Student Gender Boys
      • Sponsoring Body St Paul's College Council
      • Religion Protestantism / Christianity
      • Year of Commencement of Operation 1851
      • School Motto The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom
      • School Size About 5380 Sq. M
      • Through-train Secondary School -
      • Feeder Secondary School St. Paul's College
      • Nominated Secondary School -
      • Medium of Instruction Chinese(incl.: Putonghua) and English
      • School Bus Service School Bus
      • Parent-Teacher Association Yes
      • Old Students' Association/ School Alumni Association Yes
    • 2019/2020 Annual School Charges
      • School Fee $30000 (in 10 installments)
      • Tong Fai
      • PTA Fee 100
      • 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) 3
      • Number of Library(ies) 1
      • Special Rooms 19 Rooms (General Studies Room, Music Room, Visual Art Room, English Language Room, Chinese Culture Room, Computer Room, Campus TV, Counselling Room, Chapel, etc.)
      • Facility(ies) for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs Ramp, Accessible lift, Accessible toilet, Braille and tactile floor plan and Tactile guide path plan.
      • Others -
    • 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 50
      • Qualifications and professional training (%)
        • Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education 100%
        • Bachelor Degree 100%
        • Master/ Doctorate Degree or above 64%
        • Special Education Training 40%
      • Years of Experience (%)
        • 0 - 4 years 18%
        • 5 - 9 years 18%
        • 10 years or above 64%
    • 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 3
        • P5 Number of classes 3
        • P6 Number of classes 3
        • Total 21
      • 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 3
        • P6 Number of classes 3
        • Total 22
    • Performance Assessment
      • Number of test(s) per year 0
      • Number of exam(s) per year 3
      • Streaming arrangement Primary 4 to 6 students are allocated according to their Chinese and Mathematics performances.
      • Diversified Assessment for Learning Writing, speaking, life skills, classroom performance and formative assessment.
    • School Life
      • Number of School Days per week 5
      • Number of periods per day 9
      • Duration of each normal period 35
      • School starts at 8:05 AM
      • School ends at 3:20 PM
      • Lunch time 12:30 - 13:30
      • Lunch arrangement Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents.
      • Healthy school life - Healthy Lifestyle programme - Physical Fitness programme - Sports training and interest groups - Rock climbing - Eco-bike - School gardening - Recess Exercise Programme
      • Remarks -
    • School Characteristics
      • School Management Organisation St. Paul's College Council
      • Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee/ Management Committee The College Council is established under the St. Paul's College Council Incorporation Ordinance and there are seventeen members.
      • School Green Policy - Recycling of textbooks and school uniforms - Set up of e-notices - Use of solar panels and batteries to generate and store power - School gardening and planting of crops - Environmentally-friendly campus
      • School's Major Concerns - Sustainable school development - Enhance quality teaching and learning practices - Development of students' sense of belonging towards the school - Promotion of students' potential in non-academic areas and leadership
      • Learning & Teaching Strategies Our teaching curricula among the core subjects have been tailor-made to suit our student needs. 1. Streaming 2. Self-regulated learning 3. Activity Approach 4. Discovery learning 5. Experiential learning 6. E-learning & M-learning
      • Development of Key Tasks 1. Reading schemes: School and class libraries, online reading platform, reading support schemes, world's reading day workshops, and seminars from authors and guest speakers on specific topics of interest. 2. Information Technology: Use of tablets and online learning tasks, implementation of I.T. in homework to foster self-learning skills. 3. Project based learning: Deepens students' learning. 4. Moral and civic education: Life education lessons and school-based guidance activity schemes focusing on encouraging students to bring their spirits to serve others from the school, to their local communities, and eventually the entire world.
      • Development of Generic Skills Our school embraces an all-round education and provides a multi-faceted learning environment for our boys with a variety of extra-curricular activities. Through these activities, we strive to enhance our pupils' potential in different areas and develop problem-solving skills, the ability to work with others, and build up their self-confidence.
      • Whole School Approach to Cater for Student Diversity Learning Support policies have been established. We adopt the early intervention approach: special homework and assessment policies are in force to cater for learner differences.
      • Whole School Approach to Integrated Education 1. Early Identification and Intervention Scheme 2. Students with Special Education Needs Assessment Scheme 3. Student Support Team 4. Speech Therapist 5. Education Psychologist
      • Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation The school renders various support to students according to their learning diversities or growth needs, like small class teaching, small group activities, curriculum and assessment adaptation.
      • Home-School Co-operation The St. Paul's College Primary School Parent Teacher Association was established in October 1995. Its aim is to promote close liaison between school and home as well as to foster friendly relations between parents and teachers, and among the parents themselves.
      • School Ethos The School places emphasis on students' moral education, fosters students' self-discipline and encourages self-reflection. The students are expected to learn to "do the right thing at the right time and in the right place". In the love of Christ, the School cultivates students' attitude in serving and caring about others. Learning through a 5-year systematic guidance programme, the students are provided with opportunities to practise the application of values in "Service Starts from Home", "Love Our Family, Love Our School", "Love Our Community", "Love Our Country" and "Embrace the World". We believe that every child has his potentials and should be empowered to develop them. The School is a harmonious environment in which they learn to appreciate and love one another.
      • School Development Plan 1. Expansion of classes 2. Global Learning 3. Enhancement of external communication and sharing 4. Improvement of physical learning environment and the school campus and its facilities
      • Teacher Professional Training & Development Our teachers have joined various professional development programmes such as seminars, workshops, sharing sessions on lesson studies. Besides pursuing individual professional courses, our teachers will also participate in School-initiated training sessions. 1. School-based training programmes 4. To foster professional communication through the inter-school network 2. Professional development of teachers 5. Overseas training and staff development 3. Courses, seminars and workshops
      • Fee Remission Scheme Our school offers full school fee remission, 3/4, 1/2 or 1/4 school fee remission, Bursary Scheme (Learning support and school bus fare subsidy) Needy students, including those from families receiving the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) and students receiving financial assistance provided by the Student Financial Assistance Agency (SFAA) could apply for fee remission. - Newly admitted students could apply for the school fee remission before 2 month(s) of commencement of the new school year. Application results will be announced within 3 month(s) after submission of applications.- Please visit the in our school’s website for details of school fee remission scheme, including the family income limits.
      • Others Scholarships are awarded to over 85 students per year.

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