To provide pupils with opportunities for extending their knowledge and experience of other cultures, for intellectual development, further studies and pleasure in English.
To enable pupils to prepare for the changing socio-economic demands for interpretation and communication, for study and work in English.
1. School-based Curriculum
Our school-based curriculum is developed with authentic materials. Explicit teaching of reading skills and systematic teaching of writing skills are the foci. PLPRW (Primary Literacy Programme for Reading and Writing) is running well in P.1-3. A school-based reading programme is developing in Key Stage 2. Phonics skills are immersed thoroughly. Pupils also engage in group work, projects, presentation for enhancing their listening, speaking and integrated skills.
2. NET(Native-Speaking English Teacher)
Our Native-speaking English teachers, Ms Gemma and Mr Scott, play a crucial role in providing an authentic English environment for pupils. Ms Gemma and Mr Scott work with local English teachers in the implementation of PLP-R/W programme in P.1-3 and Guided Reading programme in P.4-5. Pupils are given opportunities to learn different reading strategies as well as communicate in English. Both of them help develop pupils’ confidence in speaking and listening to English. They also organize interesting extra-curricular activities and build a language-rich environment in our school.
3. Support for Learning
English room and English corner are established to provide our pupils a friendly environment to learn English.The rich displays and colourful decoration create a delightful atmosphere to motivate pupils to learn.
“Writing Handbook” gives a quick reference of vocabulary for all students to use English independently.The school environment is surrounded with “Writing Tips”, thematic highlights and pupils’ work.Good work is published on the Campus TV – “I’m a Little Writer” for promoting an atmosphere of sharing and appreciation.