A. Streaming Policy
Students are streamed according to their performance in the Pre-S1 Assessment and the Attainment Test.
Students showing an aptitude for English, Chinese and Mathematics will be allocated to F.1D-E. Small class teaching is offered in F.1A-C in order to give more support to students.
Form Two and Three
Students are ranked according to their aggregate examination results, scores in English, Chinese and Mathematics in the previous school year. Students with the highest scores in aggregate results, English, Chinese and Mathematics are allocated to F.2D and F.3D. Additional support in Chinese is provided in F.2C. For F.2A-B and F.3A-B, additional support in English, Chinese and Mathematics is provided through small class teaching.
Form Four to Form Six
Students are streamed according to their choice of elective subjects. Elective subjects are allocated according to students’ preference and their aggregate examination results. Students with higher scores will have the priority to choose their elective subjects.
B. Support to Gifted and Talented Students
The Gifted Education Team aims to
- develop gifted education programs for our students;
- support students with gifted education needs; and
- provide opportunities to develop students’ potential through school-based programs and programs from the community.
Mr. Law Chi Fai (In-charge)
Ms. Fong Mei Ping
Ms. Tong Yat Han
Ms. Leung Wai Yee
1. Identifying Gifted and Talented Students
A Gifted Education Survey is conducted to identify gifted and talented students. A set of questionnaires is delivered to all Form One students at the beginning of every academic year aiming at collecting data about their potentials and areas with higher abilities.
2. Forming a Talent Pool
Based on the information from the survey, a talent pool is then developed allowing teachers responsible for different aspects of student learning and growth to provide support and programs to students.
3. Organizing Enhancement programmes of English, Chinese, and Mathematics
Courses in English, Chinese, and Mathematics are offered to junior form students to nurture their interests in the above areas.
C. Support to Students with Special Education Needs
The Student Support Team aims to inspire and nurture students by respecting their individual learning differences and creating a harmonious learning environment.
|Mr. Leung Wai Lam||Teacher||In-charge|
|Mr. Lam Kwan Him||Vice-principal|
|Ms Angela Wong||Educational Psychologist|
|Mr. Liu Sze Wai||Teacher|
|Mr. Liu Wai Lun||Teacher|
|Mr. Leung Kai Pong||Teacher|
|Ms. Lam Cynthia||Social Worker|
|Mr. Cheng Eddy||Social Worker|
|Mr. Liu Chi Man||Social Worker|
|Mr. Yiu David||Teaching Assistant|
|Mr. Chan Sharon||Teaching Assistant|
We take care of students who have Special Education Needs (SEN) by
1. Adopting a Whole-School Approach
- Spot students with SEN as early as possible through different means like obtaining information from EDB, running an Early Identification and Intervention of Learning Difficulties Programme, conducting F.1 parents’ questionnaires or receiving referral from other parties;
- Cases will be followed by an Education Psychologist, our School Social Worker and members of the Student Support Team; and
- Regular Meetings will be held with the presence of representatives from the Academic Board, Curriculum Development Team, Discipline Board, Guidance Team, Gifted and Talented Student Support Team, Student Affairs Committee, the Education Psychologist and the School Social Worker.
2. Eliminating Students’ Learning Obstacles
- Providing talks or seminars and holding different activities for teachers and students in the hope of helping them understand the concept of special education needs and accept the students with SEN;
- Improving school facilities and learning environment with a view to meeting the special needs for students; and
- Providing different opportunities for students to recognize their strengths.
3. Supporting students based on EDB’s 3-Tiers Scheme
- Giving support to teachers in handling students with SEN;
- Tailoring our curriculum by adjusting our teaching strategies, homework arrangement and assessment arrangement to meet the needs of students with SEN; and
- Offering school-based support programme to students like Speech Therapy for Speech & Language Impairment (SLI) students, Reading and Writing Training for Semantic-Pragmatic Language Disorder (SpLD) students and Social Skills Training for Autism (ASD) students.