Learning & Support Programmes
 
School-based After-school Learning and Support Programmes 2015/16 s.y.
School Programme Plan
Name of School: Pentecostal Lam Hon Kwong School
Project Coordinator: Mr. Ho Shu Chee Contact Telephone No.: 2648 8291
A. The estimated number of students (count by heads) benefitted under this Programme is 56 (including A. 21 CSSA recipients, B. 21 SFAS full-grant
recipients and C. 14 under school’s discretionary quota).
B. Information on Activities to be subsidized/complemented by the grant
Estimated
no. of
participating
eligible
students
#
*
Name / Type of activity
Objectives of the activity
Success
criteria
(e.g. learning
effectiveness)
Method(s) of
evaluation
(e.g. test,
questionnaire, etc)
Period/Date
activity to be
held
A
B
C
Estimated
expenditure
($)
A1 Personal
development programs
(S3-S4)
To enhance the social and
communication skills of the
low achievers in the form of
small groups
Participants
complete the
class;
Questionnaire
survey &
students’
performance
Sep 2015 to
June 2016
3
3
2
4000
A2 Senior form
enhancement &
remedial programs
To boost the academic results
of all subjects in the form of
after school programs
Participants
complete the
class
Questionnaire
survey &
students’
performance
Sep 2015 to
June 2016
9
9
6
12000
A3 Summer programs
(S2 & S4)
To enhance the holistic
development and self-
confidence of students
through a variety of activities
Participants
complete the
activities
Questionnaire
survey &
students’
performance
Sep 2015 to
June 2016
9
9
6
12000
Total no. of activities:
_3__
@
No. of
participation
counts
21
21
14
28000
**
Total no. of
participation
counts
56
Note:
* Name/type of activities are categorized as follows: tutorial service, learning skill training, languages training, visits, art /culture activities, sports, self-confidence
development, volunteer service, adventure activities, leadership training, and communication skills training courses.
@ Participation counts: refers to the aggregate no. of benefitted students participating in each activity listed above.
**Total no. of participation count: the aggregate of (A) + (B) + (C)
# Eligible students: students in receipt of CSSA (A), SFAS full grant (B) and disadvantaged students identified by the school under the 10% discretionary quota (C) .
School-based After-school Learning and Support Programmes 2015/16 s.y.
School-based Grant - Programme Report
Name of School: Pentecostal Lam Hong Kwong School
Project Coordinator: Mr.Ho Shu Chee Contact Telephone No.: 26428252
A. The number of students (count by heads) benefitted under this programme is 29 (including A. 6 CSSA recipients, B. 11 SFAS full-grant
recipients and C. 12 under school’s discretionary quota).
B. Information on Activities under the Programme
Actual no. of
participating
eligible
students
#
*Name / Type of activity
A
B
C
Average
attendance
rate
Period/Date
activity held
Actual expenses
($)
Method(s) of evaluation
(e.g. test, questionnaire, etc)
Name of partner/
service provider
(if applicable)
Remarks if any
(e.g. students’ learning
and affective outcome)
A1 Personal development
programs (S3-S4)
6
7
7
80%
9/2015-1/2016
4000
Evaluation meeting
Teen行者
/
A2 Senior form
enhancement & remedial
programs
/
/
1
90%
9/2015-1/2016
500
Evaluation meeting
/
/
A3 Summer programs
(S2 & S4)
/
4
4
90%
7/2016-8/2016
4800
Evaluation meeting
Yes Power
/
Total no. of activities:
___3__
@No. of man-times
6
11
12
**Total no. of man-times
29
Total Expenses
9300
C. Project Effectiveness
In general, how would you rate the achievements of the activities conducted to the benefitted
eligible students?
Improved
Please put a “” against the most appropriate box.
Significant
Moderate
Slight
No
Change
Declining
Not
Applicable
Learning Effectiveness
a)
Students’ motivation for learning
b)
Students’ study skills
c)
Students’ academic achievement
d)
Students’ learning experience outside classroom
e)
Your overall view on students’ learning effectiveness
Personal and Social Development
f)
Students’ self-esteem
g)
Students’ self-management skills
h)
Students’ social skills
i)
Students’ interpersonal skills
j)
Students’ cooperativeness with others
k)
Students’ attitudes toward schooling
l)
Students’ outlook on life
m)
Your overall view on students’ personal and social
development
Community Involvement
n)
Students’ participation in extracurricular and voluntary
activities
o)
Students’ sense of belonging
p)
Students’ understanding on the community
q)
Your overall view on students’ community
involvement
D. Comments on the project conducted
Problems/difficulties encountered when implementing the project
(You may tick more than one box)
unable to identify the eligible students (i.e., students receiving CSSA, SFAS full grant);
difficult to select suitable non-eligible students to fill the discretionary quota;
eligible students unwilling to join the programmes;
the quality of service provided by partner/service provider not satisfactory;
tutors inexperienced and student management skills unsatisfactory;
the amount of administrative work leads to apparent increase on teachers’ workload;
complicated to fulfill the requirements for handling funds disbursed by EDB;
the reporting requirements too complicated and time-consuming;
Others (Please specify):
E. Do you have any feedback from students and their parents? Are they
satisfied with the service provided? (optional)
/