1. PLP R/W Programme
This programme caters for individual ability levels as students read graded readers. Students are leveled according to their reading ability.
The programme is implemented from Primary One to Primary Three.
2. School-based Curriculum Development Support Services for Primary Schools provided by School-based Curriculum Development (Primary) Section of Education Bureau
The Curriculum Officer of the Support Services have co-planning meetings with teachers to design a variety of teaching strategies.
The Curriculum Officer of the Support Services provides workshops for all the teachers too.
3. English Drama Club
•Students have drama activities. They build up confidence in speaking English and have fun at the same time.
4. Easter Poster Design Competition
Students design Easter posters and learn about the festival.
5. Hong Kong Schools Speech Festival
We participated in 2018-19 solo and choral speaking competitions and obtained very good results. One of our students was awarded the 2nd place in Solo Verse Speaking.
6. English Fun Day
English booth games were set up in the hall. Students enjoyed the Fun Day.
7. Recess English Games
Students play English games during recess, learning English in a fun way.
8. Cambridge English Class
Primary one to three students train in Writing, Listening and Speaking for the Cambridge English exams, covering grammar, vocabulary, syntax and daily language.
9. My Story Creation Workshop
This year we cooperated with Kids4Kids to provide My Story Creation Workshop for our p.2 classes and some elite students in .p.5 and p.6. The students learned how to create a story and draw pictures for it. A group of students from p.6 was awarded the Most Promising Writing Award.
10. Buddy Reading Programme
We cooperated with Kids4Kids to provide for our p.4 students the Buddy Reading Programme. Volunteers from Kids4Kids helped students read books joyfully.
11. Oral Speaking Class
Students who participated in this class, are interested in acquiring the knowledge and skills for delivering speeches and presentations. The class focuses on techniques for managing speech anxiety, skills in organising and giving informal speeches and presentations, and practice in providing feedback on public speech deliveries.
12. Classes for new students from Mainland China
Classes will continue to be provided to assist new students from Mainland China to be integrated into the Hong Kong school system or students from high level will continue to help students from Mainland China with their studies on a regular basis.
13. Cross-curricular activity
Cross-curricular activity was held with the department of Music. Students were taught how to sing English songs about love and care.