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32IMC/11102019Approved
Life-wide Learning Grant
Plan for the Use of the Grant
School Years 2019-20
Declaration: We understand clearly the principles on the use of the Life-wide Learning Grant and, after consulting teachers on the allocation of the resources, plan to deploy the Grant for
promoting the following items.
Category 1: To organize/participate in life-wide learning activities
Domain
(ANNEX #)
Brief Description on the Activity
Objective
Date
Target
Student
Brief Description of the
Monitoring/Evaluation Mechanism
Estimated
Expenses ($)
ELE*
1.1 To organize life-wide learning activities in different KLAs / cross KLA / curriculum areas to enhance learning effectiveness
Arts Ed
(LGPC101cwy)
Art fair: Showing the educational
outcome of students.
To enhance learning
effectiveness, nurturing
students aesthetic appreciation
May - Jun
2020
S1-S6
5,000
P
Arts Ed
(LGPC102wlp)
It is a program for different art forms to
cater for students’ arts interests and
abilities.
To develop the vital skills that
enables them to perform with
confidence in public.
To provide an opportunities for
students to exchange with
different art areas, including
music, dance, drama, visual
arts, etc.
July 2020
S1-S5
Students’ attendance percentage
Students’ questionnaire
Teachers’ observation
9,000
P
Arts Ed
(LGPC103wlp)
An inter-house drama competition jointly
organized by the SU, Art Education and
Chinese Language Panels.
To appreciate the plays by Cao
Yu (曹禺) through script
writing;
To learn about working at
production experience;
To enhance the students’
communication skills,
creativity and collaboration
skills through the drama
production.
Jun-Jul,
2020
(Rehearsals)
Jul 2020
(Performance,
TBC)
S1-S6
Questionnaire from audience
Observation by teachers
61,500
IP
 
2
Chinese
(LGPC104wlp)
It is a program for Chinese speaking,
includes radio drama, dubbing,
story-telling, public speaking, etc.
To develop the vital skills that
enable them to speak with
confidence in public
To provide a focus for the
learning of effective
communication skills in
Cantonese among junior
secondary students.
To give students the
opportunity to meet, exchange
and form friendships and
understanding that will last a
lifetime.
Oct 2019 -
Aug 2020
S1-S4
Students’ attendance percentage
Students’ questionnaire
Teachers’ observation
20,000
I
Chinese
(LGPC105wsm)
Gifted Education-Chinese Writing Club
To enhance students’ Chinese
writing skill
Oct 2019 –
May 2020
S2-S5 (25)
Teachers’ observation
5,000
I
Cross KLAs
(LGPC106yhw)
Chinese Debating Workshop: To provide
structured training on debating (e.g. how
to build up a team line and arguments,
speaking skills and mock debate match).
It equips our junior form
members through structured
training on debate, to become
the team representatives in
Chinese Debating public
competitions.
Feb-May
2020
S1-S4
(10-15)
Survey will be done for students
joining the event
4,000
I
Cross KLAs
(LGPC107yhw)
Learning Day: To provide extended
learning activities outside class.
Through different learning
experience outside classroom,
students may taste the fun of
life-wide learning. It also
enriches their knowledge, skills
and positive attitudes.
Mar 13,
2020
S1-S5
LSTA will work out an Evaluation
Report according to teachers’
feedback and students’
questionnaires.
25,000
MSC
English
(LGPC108lwm)
Trainers will be hired to run workshops
to train some junior form student basic
debating skills.
Trainers will be hired to train debaters
for debating competitions.
To sharpen students’ English
speaking skills
To develop students’ critical
thinking skills
To enrich students’ knowledge
of social issues
Sept 2019 -
Jun 2020
S1-S4
The debating team advisors will
monitor the alumni throughout the
training process and the teacher
advisors will be involved in some of
the discussion.
10,000
I
English
(LGPC109tkm)
Through a series of training sessions,
gifted student speakers are to excel and
thrive in high quality English public
speaking competitions.
To enhance students’ English
public speaking skills
Sep 2019 -
Jun 2020
S2-S5
The outcomes are students’ English
public speaking performance in
school activities like Open Day and
being MCs as well as satisfactory
performance in competitions.
2,000
I
 
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ICT
(LGPC110tkp)
Transportation and enrolment fees for
trips to visit IT companies, IT laboratory
in the tertiary institutions or the related
NGOs.
To expose students to the IT
technology/fields
TBC
S4-S5
70% of student participants give
positive feedback on the activity
5,400
IC
Math
(LGPC111lkf)
The course provides 22 hours of
Mathematics Olympics training in total.
It comprises 8-hour training in S1 and
S2, and 6 hours in S3 and S4,
respectively. Students can learn basic
knowledge & special techniques in
Mathematics Olympics. At the same
time, this can greatly enhance their
interest and confidence in Mathematics.
To excavate students who have
extraordinary intelligence in
Mathematics and to cultivate
them in Mathematics Olympics
Competitions
S1-S4
Members of Maths Club have to join
the training course. A teacher from
Maths Club has to be on duty in each
lesson.
10,450
I
PE
(LGPC112cfy)
To promote new sports on PE day to
each form:
1. Orienteering
2. Water sports
3. Taspony
4. Mölkky
5. Flyball
6. Inter-class competition
a) Indoor rowing
b) Dodgeball
1. Let students experience
more different sports
(fitness for health)
2. Enhance and arouse
teamwork & sense of
belonging)
3. leadership training
4. appreciation of the art of
physical activities
5. provide options for
creativity and
self-breakthrough
S1-S5
1. 5 new sports and judges fee,
2. Questionnaire sent to students;
collect and analyze by
promoting partner, evaluation
conducted by PE department
3. To observe students’ overall
performance
9,000
IP
A Fun Science Course introduces to
students school-based STEAM-related
cool projects. Science teachers and
laboratory technicians will teach students
to do interesting experiments and
experience the invention processes.
Aims to teach students
fundamental science principles
and foster students with
innovative capability, problem
solving skills, hand-on ability,
interest in science learning and
the code of scientific ethics.
24,930
Science
(LGPC113ckm)
Parts replacement and hardware
maintenance
Damaged parts in case of a
crash or components worn-out
would be replaced to resume
normal operation.
S1-S5
Student user satisfaction
questionnaire for evaluation and
analysis will improve the quality of
further course implementation.
5,000
IPC
Estimated Expenses for Category 1.1
196,280
 
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1.2 To organize diverse life-wide learning activities to cater student’ interests and abilities for stretching students’ potential and nurturing in students positive values and attitudes
Careers
Programme
(LGPC201tkp)
Different careers programmes will be
organized throughout the year
To organize different career
programmes to cater for
students’ needs
S1–S6
Students’ attendance percentage
Teachers’ observation
7,000
C
CLP
(LGPC202tkp)
(TKP1)
Organize a career talk for S3 & two
career talks for S6 students.
To guide students to make
informed choices in the future
NSS/tertiary studies
S3, S6
70% of students involved comment
that the talk(s) is/are useful in future
career planning
5,100
C
CLP
(LGPC203tkp)
Organize interview workshop for
students in small groups.
To provide students with an
opportunity to practice their
interviewing skills in an
environment similar to an actual
interview.
S6
70% of student participants give
positive feedback on the activity
18,000
C
CLP
(LGPC204tkp)
Organize online interactive writing
sessions for presenting oneself in words.
To help students learn to
practice how to write a good
and concrete personal
self-account (500/1000 words).
S5-S6
70% of student participants give
positive feedback on the activity
6,600
C
Cross KLAs
(LGPC203nwy)
1.History of Hong Kong (HKEdU)
2.Experience of Poverty
3.Warzone 90
Promote students’ sense of
belongings to Hong Kong and
to the globe through different
activities and talks.
S1-S6
(80)
De-briefing/ Questionnaire to
evaluate the effectiveness of the
events.
7,500
MC
ECA
Programme
(LGPC204skk)
ECA Activities
33,800
ECA
(LGPC205wlp)
Drama Club
12,000
ECA
(LGPC206nml)
School Band & Choirs
17,100
ECA
(LGPC207cfy)
PE Subject
42,899
ECA
(LGPC208skk)
Professional Coaches
60,150
ECA
(LGPC209wlp)
Dance Club
To organize diverse life-wide
learning activities to cater
student’ interests and abilities
for students ‘different potential
& interest.
S1-S6
Students’ attendance percentage
Teachers’ observation
1,860
P
 
5
Leadership
Training
(LGPC210cfy)
Prefects Adventure training in June and
Aug: outsourced organization designed
different types of activities both indoors
and outdoors. Leaders will coach the
prefects who will undergo
self-reflection
1. Empower team’s
collaboration, problem
solving skills and
communication
2. Enhance prefects’
leadership and organization
skills
3. Enhance students’
self-confidence and
self-image.
Prefect
1. Work closely with outsourced
partner, co-design tailor-made
adventure activities for Prefects
2. Evaluation through
questionnaire and interview
3. Observe prefects if they can
utilize the acquired skills and
techniques when they are on
duty
22,000
MS
Leadership
Training
(LGPC211skk)
S2
4,900
M
Leadership
Training
(LGPC212skk)
Leadership training day camp:
Led by professional social workers from
Hong Kong PHAB Association, students
will join a series of in-door and out-door
activities which help nurture students’
potential as future leaders.
1. To build up members’ team
spirit;
2. To nurture students’
potential as future leaders;
3. To help students’ personal
growth.
S3
Evaluation is based on the following:
1. feedback from social workers;
2. feedback from students, like oral
feedback or survey;
3. teachers’ observation
4,900
M
Leadership
Training
(LGPC213skk)
S2-S4
13,100
M
Life
Education
(LGPC214cfy)
To take challenges by team through
different adventure activities
1. Enhance students’
perseverance and empower
the caring for others
2. Provide options for students
to achieve their creativity
S1-S5
(220)
1. Close contact with outsourced
partners to provide tailor-made
adventure activities
2. Evaluation through questionnaire
and verbal interview
9,000
M
Concert (Gospel Week)
3,400
M
Sharing of life experience (Gospel
Week)
3,400
M
Drama appreciation
S1-S6
300
M
Life
education
(LGPC215lkb)
Sharing of the football ministry
1. Learning of mutual
encouragement
2. Learning of team spirit
S3
70% of the students and teachers
participating in the event agree about
the effectiveness
2,000
M
Concert to encourage the S6 students
700
M
Encouraging event for S6 students
Encourage the S6 students to
encounter DSE
700
M
Orienteering games
Team building and mutual
support
1,700
M
Life
education
(LGPC216lkb)
Sharing of life experiences in fellowship
Learning of mutual
encouragement
S1-S6
70% of the students and teachers
participating in the event agree about
the effectiveness
2,400
M
Life
education
(LGPC217lkb)
Concert and sharing of life experiences
(Easter Service)
Learning of mutual
encouragement and
appreciation
S1-S5
70% of the students and teachers
participating in the event agree about
the effectiveness
3,400
M
 
6
Life
Education
(LGPC218nwy)
4 Assemblies (Senior and Junior forms)
Discipline Day Activity & Counters
Through different activities,
guide students’ attitude towards
self-discipline and motivation
to help others in need.
S1-S5
De-briefing/ Questionnaire to
evaluate the effectiveness of the
events.
13,700
M
Moral &
Civic
Education
(LGPC219cym)
Various activities will be organized
throughout the year
To nurture students’ positive
values and attitudes in
formulating their beliefs and
values so as to lead a healthy
life in different spheres
S1-S6
Students’ attendance percentage
Teachers’ observation
3,400
M
PE(Sports
Team)
(LGPC220cfy)
In 2019-2020, provide better quality
training equipment to school sports
teams that participate in inter-school
competitions or on behalf of the School.
1. Enhance athletes’ sense of
belonging to school and
school teams
2. Optimize school teams
training quality and enhance
their confidence
3. Reduce their financial
burden, let more potential
students participate
S1-S5
( 150)
1. Through questionnaire sent to
athletes & their parents, interview
with coaches, PE department will
evaluate the effectiveness.
2. To observe athletes’ overall
performance
10,000
P
Positive
Attitude
Building
(LGPC221yhw)
N4 Summer program for under achievers
With the aid of experienced life
mentors, peer supporting groups
and experimental team building
activities, students are expected
build up close relationship with
peers, which may uphold their
confidence in tackling the
difficulties in academic and
social aspects. Through social
services, students learn to
commit to and take care of
others.
S2 (24 )
Teachers’ feedbacks and students’
questionnaires
36,200
MS
Estimated Expenses for Category 1.2
322,609
 
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1.3 To organize or participate in non-local exchange activities or competitions to broaden students’ horizons
Domain
(ANNEX #)
Brief Description on the Activity
Objective
Date
Target
Student
Brief Description of the
Monitoring/Evaluation Mechanism
Estimated
Expenses ($)
ELE*
0
1.4 Others
Domain
(ANNEX #)
Brief Description on the Activity
Objective
Date
Target
Student
Brief Description of the
Monitoring/Evaluation Mechanism
Estimated
Expenses ($)
ELE*
Estimated Expenses for Category 1.4
0
* Essential Learning Experiences (ELE)
I: Intellectual Development; M: Moral and Civic Education; P: Physical and Aesthetic Development; S: Community Service; C: Career-related Experiences
Category 2: To procure equipment, consumables and learning resources for promoting life-wide learning
Domain
Item
Purpose
Estimated Expenses ($)
Estimated Expenses for category 2
0
Estimated Expenses for categories 1 & 2
543,489.00
Estimated Number of Student Beneficiaries
Total number of students in the school
682
Estimated number of student beneficiaries
682
Percentage of student benefitting from the Grant (%)
100%