|Supervisor/ Chairman of Management Committee||:||Mr. Leung Man Man|
|School Head||:||Mr. Fung Sui Tak|
|Incorporated Management Committee been established?||:||Established|
|Sponsoring Body||:||Kwong Ming School Ltd.|
|Year of Commencement of Operation||:||1982|
|School Motto||:||Courtesy, Righteousness,
|School Size||:||About 7200 Sq. M|
|Through-train Secondary School||:||-|
|Feeder Secondary School||:||-|
|Nominated Secondary School||:||-|
|Medium of Instruction||:||Chinese|
|School Bus Service||:||Nanny van|
|Old Students' Association/ School Alumni Association||:||Yes|
|Approved Charges for Non-standard Items||:||$310|
|Number of Classroom(s)||:||36|
|Number of School Hall(s)||:||1|
|Number of Playground(s)||:||5|
|Number of Library(ies)||:||1|
|Special Rooms||:||Two computer rooms, STEM room, a language laboratory, a student activity center, a small theater, meeting rooms, English activity room, Visual Arts room, Music room, General Studies room.|
|Facility(ies) for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs||:||Accessible lift.|
|Others||:||Campus TV, outdoor performance venue, running track, pond, greenhouse, reading corner.|
|Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment||:||68|
|Total number of teachers in the school||:||68|
|Qualifications and professional training (%)|
|Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education||:||100%|
|Master/ Doctorate Degree or above||:||22%|
|Special Education Training||:||37%|
|Years of Experience (%)|
|0 - 4 years||:||9%|
|5 - 9 years||:||6%|
|10 years or above||:||85%|
|2018/19 School Year|
|P1 Number of classes||:||6|
|P2 Number of classes||:||7|
|P3 Number of classes||:||7|
|P4 Number of classes||:||6|
|P5 Number of classes||:||5|
|P6 Number of classes||:||5|
|2020/21 School Year (Based on the approval of EDB in 2020)|
|P1 Number of classes||:||5|
|P2 Number of classes||:||6|
|P3 Number of classes||:||7|
|P4 Number of classes||:||7|
|P5 Number of classes||:||6|
|P6 Number of classes||:||5|
|Mode of teaching at different levels|
|Intensive remedial classes, remedial teaching, school-based after-school learning and support programme to cater for learner diversity; Small class teaching in P.4, P.5 and P.6 to assist the less able students.|
|Number of test(s) per year||:||0|
|Number of exam(s) per year||:||4|
|Streaming arrangement||:||P.1 to P.4 are randomly distributed (gender ratio is taken into consideration).|
|Diversified Assessment for Learning||:||The school designs appropriate assessments based on the purpose of assessment, learning objectives and teaching methods. Assessment methods include project based learning, reading reports and unit revision.|
|Number of School Days per week||:||5|
|Number of periods per day||:||10|
|Duration of each normal period||:||35|
|School starts at||:||8:30 AM|
|School ends at||:||3:30 PM|
|Lunch time||:||12:05 - 13:00|
|Lunch arrangement||:||Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents.|
|Healthy school life||:||Jump Rope for Heart Program from the Hong Kong College of Cardiology, EatSmart@school.hk Campaign.|
|Academic activities, athletics, performing arts, visual arts, campus young reporters, English, Mandarin, Mathematical Olympiad, swimming, skip rope, soccer, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, martial arts, gymnastics, cheerleading, verse speaking, dancing, orchestra, choir, drama and civic education and social services: Scouts, Community Youth Club, flag raising team.|
|We are committed to equipping students with the tools they need to maximize their potential and establish a positive life philosophy to meet future challenges. This is accomplished by using tailor-made activities to cater for learner diversity, thus facilitating students' development in all of the following areas: ethical, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic education.|
|School Management Organisation||:||The principal oversees six sub-committees in charge of the school's administration and educational matters.|
|Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee/ Management Committee||:||Incorporated Management Committee was established in 2008.|
|School Green Policy||:||1. Participated in Green School Scheme.
2. To develop students' awareness of environmental problems through implementing activities.
|School's Major Concerns||:||1. Developing a positive value school culture.
2. Implementing STEAM program to help students develop generic skills.
3. Fine tuning the school-based E-learning curriculum.
|Learning and Teaching Plan|
|Learning & Teaching Strategies||:||Major subjects have a double lesson which enables co-teaching and the holding of various learning and co-curricular activities. This promotes the "Classroom Without Walls" initiative which pushes beyond the limitations of traditional classroom teaching by using different learning methods, materials and spaces to achieve whole-person education that broadens students’minds.|
|Development of Key Tasks||:||1. Reading to learn: Morning Reading, online reading programme, Story Time with Auntie (parent helpers), parent-child reading incentive plan and school book club, etc.
2. Information technology: information technology student leader programme and online learning platform programme.
3. Project based learning: General Studies project learning in P.1-6.
4. Moral Education and Civic Education: "Love, Care and Happiness" activity series and parent-child volunteer work programme.
|Development of Generic Skills||:||The school curriculum works to achieve the goal of learning how to learn through a range of formal curriculum as well as Life-wide Learning that provides students with a broad base of learning experiences to develop students' generic skills.|
|Promotion of Positive Values and Attitudes||:||Promoting positive values and attitudes A positive thinking and learning environment has been established in our school through the implementation of formal and informal teaching. The curriculum helps students build self-confidence and enhance their ability to face challenges by cultivating their positive thinking and problem-solving skills. Additionally, the conducting of systematic moral education and counseling activities helps students establish positive personal values and promote healthy teacher-student relationships so as to create a positive school campus.|
|Whole School Approach to Catering for Learner Diversity||:||The school uses tailor-made teaching to challenge more capable students to pursue excellence and facilitate less capable students to achieve a basic acceptable level of proficiency.|
|Whole School Approach to Integrated Education||:||Our school has set up different measures to facilitate students who have special learning needs. (e.g. teaching adaptation and assessment accommodation, remedial learning groups, training on social skills, speech therapy services, individual education plan, mechanism in soliciting parents' views and discussion on student progress.)|
|Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation||:||Our school develops its curriculum plan according to the different needs of our students. For the less able students, we offer learning support in both homework and exam accommodations, aiming to increase students' confidence and interest. For gifted students, enrichment classes are arranged to enhance their learning experience.|
|Home-school Co-operation and School Ethos|
|Home-School Co-operation||:||We understand the multifaceted nature of children's education and pay special attention to family-school collaboration so that parents are fully involved in their children's education. The Parent Teacher Association acts as a bridge between the school and parents to promote family-school cooperation through meetings and PTA organized events.|
|School Ethos||:||1. The good relationship between teachers and students is based on the combination of student guidance, counselling and discipline that emphasizes more positive encouragement and less punishment.
2. Provide comprehensive student guidance to develop students' self-discipline.
3. The Growing course cultivate student's right value.
|School Development Plan||:||1. To develop students' self-directed learning skills through various teaching activities.
2. To encourage students to set their own learning goals and evaluate their learning process.
3. To implement interactive e-learning to promote the STEAM curriculum.
|Teacher Professional Training & Development||:||The school is very concerned about the curriculum reform trends and so has put a lot of effort into enhancing the teachers' professional development. Collaborative lesson planning meetings, evaluations and lesson observations being held throughout the year in different subjects. There are also sharing sessions on subject knowledge and pedagogy, to encourage peer-learning among teachers and to enhance the quality of teaching as a whole. The school also invites professionals in education to conduct seminars for our teachers' professional development on a regular basis.|
|Others||:||1. Students have won prizes and honours in various competitions.
2. Study exchange programmes are organised to broaden students' horizons and enhance learning.