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Pentecostal Lam Hon
Kwong School
Annual School Plan
2021-2022
 
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School Vision & Mission
We strive to create an enjoyable learning and teaching environment in which students can be
equipped to meet the challenges of the 21
st
century.
Major Concerns
1. To strengthen the core values of Christian education with positive attitudes and virtues
2. To strengthen learning and teaching through different strategies
3. To enhance students’ responsibility and sense of belonging by creating a caring and
positive environment
 
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Major Concern 1: To strengthen the core values of Christian education with positive attitudes and virtues
Target 1: Enhancing the spiritual atmosphere at school
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Resources
needed
1.1 Organizing assemblies
(1) Organizing religious assemblies
(2) Organizing religious message sharing on
campus TV and in morning assemblies
(3) Cooperating with other departments and
panels to embed religious messages in
various assemblies
1.2 Organizing prayers in various assemblies and
school functions
1.3 Organizing Easter service and Christmas
service
Cooperation
from other
departments
1.4 Organizing campus decoration displaying
Bible verses and posters in classrooms,
along corridors and the covered playground
1.5 Religious education on Open Day
1.6 Promoting hymn singing
(1) Singing hymns in various assemblies
(2) Hymn dedication in Gospel Week
(3) Playing hymns on campus TV every
morning
9/2021
-
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective
in enhancing the
spiritual atmosphere
at school.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is effective
in enhancing the
spiritual atmosphere
in school.
Survey
Observation
Discussion
 
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1.7 Promoting classroom learning with religious
messages
(1) Providing students with learning
materials related to Christianity in
various subjects
(2) Encouraging teachers to show videos
about the life of Jesus during substitute
lessons
1.8 Promoting reading Christian books
(1) Encouraging students to read Christian
books during the reading lessons in the
Gospel Week
(2) Adding more Christian books in the
reading schemes of language subjects
(3) Adding more Christian books in the
library
9/2021
-
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective
in enhancing the
spiritual atmosphere
at school.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is effective
in enhancing the
spiritual atmosphere
at school.
Survey
Observation
Discussion
Target 2: Strengthening gospel work
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
2.1 Organizing the S1 Gospel Camp
Co-workers
from the KPC
Shatin Chapel
2.2 Organizing the Gospel Week
(1) Music gatherings to witness God
(2) Evangelical gathering
(3) Gospel movie
9/2021 -
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective in
strengthening gospel
work.
70% of the students
Survey
Observation
Discussion
Religion
Department
 
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(4) Gospel book fair
(5) Gospel week participation competition
(6) Reading gospel passages in reading
lessons
(7) Classroom board design competition
2.3 Organizing evangelical gatherings in
student Christian fellowship meetings
2.4 Distributing gospel pamphlets at the start of
the school year
involved comment
that this is effective in
strengthening gospel
work.
Target 3: Enhancing the spiritual growth of students
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
3.1 Organizing the student Christian fellowship
(1) Strengthening the promotion of the
student Christian fellowship
(2) Encouraging teachers to join the student
Christian fellowship
(3) Setting up a spiritual growth plan
(4) Organizing a barbeque night
(5) Organizing teachers to serve as group
leaders to nurture the growth of the
students
3.2 Organizing a student Christian fellowship
summer camp
9/2021 -
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective in
enhancing the
spiritual growth of
students.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is effective in
enhancing the
spiritual growth of
students.
Survey on
need basis
Observation
Discussion
Religion
Department
Hong Kong
Baptist
Assembly
 
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3.3 Strengthening prayer meetings
(1) Encouraging and supporting class
prayer meetings
(2) Organizing form prayer meetings
Pastors from
the KPC
Shatin Chapel
3.4 Strengthening S1 support
(1) Organizing S1 assemblies for all S1
classes led by teachers from the
Religion Department and pastors from
the church
(2) Organizing S1 orientation to introduce
the student Christian fellowship and the
church to new students
Counselling
Department
Discipline
Department
Religion
Department
3.5 Strengthening S6 Support
(1) Organizing S6 prayer meetings
(2) Preparing and sending a gift of
encouragement, “garlic boy”, to S6
students to encourage them to rely on
God when facing challenges from the
public examination
(3) Organizing the S6 DSE fighter concert
3.6 Organizing follow-up programs for new
believers by the church
Pastors from
the KPC
Shatin
Chapel
3.7 Conducting a survey on the religious status
of the students in our school
9/2021 -
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective in
enhancing the
spiritual growth of
students.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is effective in
enhancing the
spiritual growth of
students.
Survey on
need basis
Observation
Discussion
Religion
Department
 
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Target 4: Training of student spiritual leaders
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
4.1 Organizing regular training for student
Christian fellowship committee members
(1) Equipping student Christian fellowship
committee members to follow up new
believers in Christ
(2) Equipping student Christian fellowship
committee members to lead various
gatherings, e.g. S1 prayer meetings and
student fellowship meetings
(3) Equipping student Christian fellowship
committee members to promote the
student fellowship every week through
the PA system and campus TV
(4) Equipping student Christian fellowship
committee members to witness God to
every class in the Gospel Week
4.2 Organizing “Little Paul” training meetings
for form 2 students to nurture them to
become student Christian fellowship
committee members
9/2021 -
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective in
the training of student
spiritual leaders.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is effective in
the training of student
spiritual leaders.
Survey on
need basis
Observation
Discussion
Religion
Department
 
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Target 5: Strengthening staff support
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
5.1 Organizing staff prayer meetings, with
sharing by teachers and prayer support
from colleagues
5.2 Organizing staff fellowship meetings so
that teachers can learn together to know
more about God and serve God
5.3 Strengthening staff development with
spiritual support in mentoring new
teachers
Cooperate with
the Staff
Development
Committee
5.4 Organizing the Kowloon Pentecostal
Church retreat day
9/2021 -
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is effective in
strengthening staff
support.
Survey on
need basis
Observation
Discussion
Religion
Department
Cooperate with
Kowloon
Pentecostal
Church.
 
 
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Major Concern 2: To strengthen learning and teaching through different strategies
Strategies for strengthening LEARNING
Target 1: Promoting independent learning
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.1 Setting learning goals
1) To coordinate with the Counselling
Department to design a “goal setting”
curriculum for S.1 & S.2 students
2) To keep providing CLP guidance for S.4
through different programmes such as the S.4
assemblies and Career Day through
collaboration with the Careers Department
9/21-12/21
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
Counselling
Department
Careers
Department
1.2 To require students to complete pre-lesson
tasks before lessons
(Pre-lesson tasks will be highlighted in the
teaching schedules by panels.)
8-9/21
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
1.3 To further try out the award scheme for S.1
to encourage independent learning and
self-management
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
1.4 To encourage students to do more reflection
on their learning, i.e. Assessment as Learning/
learning reflection.
1) Staff development on "Assessment as
Learning"
9/21-6/22
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is useful.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is useful.
Teachers’
observation
& discussion
Student
survey on an
as-needed
basis
Studies
Department
Staff
Development
Committee
EOEBG
School fund
 
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2)To collect existing panel practices on
learning reflection from panels
Panel
chairpersons
1.5 To promote "Reading across the
curriculum" among students
(Formulating plan by the Reading Committee
to promote "Reading across the curriculum")
9/21-1/22
Studies
Department
Reading
Committee
Target 2: Enhancing students’ interest in learning
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
2.1 To enhance students’ interest through
eLearning, Virtual Reality (VR),
Augmented Reality (AR), etc.
1) To review eLearning targets for panels
2) Staff development: eLearning experience
sharing
8-9/2021
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
eLearning
Committee
2.2 To enhance students’ interest through
interesting activities in class, e.g.
experiential learning
(To add at least one “interesting element”
in the lesson during lesson observation)
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
All teachers
2.3 To provide students with activities which
promote an entrepreneurial spirit
1) Discussing with the Panel chairpersons of
BAFS and Economics and formulate plans
2) S.4-S.5: Organizing at least one related
activity
9/21-6/22
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is useful.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is useful.
Teachers’
observation
& discussion
Student
survey on an
as-needed
basis
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
EOEBG
School fund
 
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Target 3: Catering for learner diversity
Strategies
Time
scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
3.1 Gifted education
1) To further promote YLP
2) To further promote Chinese public
speaking
3) To review the mechanism of subsidizing
high achievers to join external gifted
programs with the collaboration of the
Gifted Education Committee
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
Gifted Ed
Committee
3.2 Junior form remedial classes (core subjects
& other EMI subjects)
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
3.3 Pre-exam revision (N4) classes
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
3.4 Special enhancement and remedial
programmes (SERP) in senior forms
1) S.4-S.6: Releasing the SERP information as
soon as possible
2) S.4-S.6: Better coordination to avoid time
clashes among programmes
3) More resources input
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
EOEBG
School fund
3.5 Special care to less motivated students
through ASHWC
9/21-8/22
70% of the teachers
involved comment
that this is useful.
70% of the students
involved comment
that this is useful.
Teachers’
observation
& discussion
Student
survey on an
as-needed
basis
Studies
Department
Target 4: Enhancing the academic performance of students
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Evaluation
methods
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
4.1 DSE result analysis to DSE PCs and action
plans by panel heads
8/21-9/22
70% of the
Teachers’
Panel
EOEBG
 
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chairpersons
4.2 Regular after-school mass drilling with
debriefing for S.5-S6
9/21-6/22
Studies
Department
4.3 SERP in senior forms, with more resources
to be allocated to subjects in need
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
4.4 Predicting DSE grades with follow-up work
by panels
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
4.5 Pre-DSE & while-DSE drilling
9/21-5/22
Studies
Department
4.6 To optimize the subject withdrawal
mechanism
8-9/2021
teachers involved
comment that this
is useful.
70% of the
students involved
comment that this
is useful.
observation
& discussion
Student
survey on an
as-needed
basis
Studies
Department
4.7 To reserve the S.6 base rooms till the end of
the DSE written exam for self-study or
other learning activities
9/21-5/22
Studies
Department
School fund
Strategies for strengthening TEACHING
Target 5: Refreshing teachers with up-to-date teaching pedagogy and methodologies
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
5.1 eLearning
1) IT training which suits the needs of the staff
2) Staff development on eLearning, VR or AR
3) To promote the gradual adoption of Google
tools by collaborating with IT Department
9/21-8/22
9/21-8/22
70% of the
teachers involved
comment that
this is useful.
70% of the
students involved
Studies
Department
Staff
Development
Committee
IT Department
EOEBG
School fund
 
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5.2 More explorations on “Assessment as
Learning” will be carried out
Studies
Department
5.3 Drama in Chinese Education
Collaboration between Chinese Language
and Arts Ed panels will continue
9/21-8/22
comment that
this is useful.
Chinese &
Arts Ed panels
Target 6: Promoting STEAM education
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
6.1 To formulate short-term and long-term
plans for our STEAM education
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
STEAM
Committee
6.2 To promote cross-disciplinary collaboration
in STEAM education
-Cross-disciplinary collaboration between
panels covering at least one unit
9/21-8/22
Studies
Department
STEAM
Committee
6.3 To set up and furnish the STEAM Lab
9/21-8/22
70% of the
teachers involved
comment that
this is useful.
70% of the
students involved
comment that
this is useful.
STEAM
Committee
EOEBG
School fund
 
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Target 7: Curriculum Review
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
7.1 To consolidate the school-based curriculum
for “Life and Society”
8-9/21
7.2 To construct the new senior curriculum for
“Citizenship and Social Development” (
民與社會發展科)
8/2021-6/20
22
Studies
Department
LS panel
EOEBG
School fund
7.3 To review the curriculum time of the 4 core
subjects in response to the EDB circular:
‘Optimising the four senior secondary core
subjects …’
1-6/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
comment that
this is useful.
70% of the
students involved
comment that
this is useful.
Studies
Department
Panel
chairpersons
Target 8: Others
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
8.1 To encourage teachers to enhance their
professional capacity by attending at least
one teaching and one non-teaching (i.e. a
total of at least two) Professional
Development Program (PDP) per year,
encourage colleagues to share with
members, and to collect related attendance
information from colleagues by the end of
the school year.
9/21-8/22
70% of the
teachers involved
comment that
this is useful.
Staff
Development
Committee
Studies
Department
EOEBG
School fund
 
 
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Major Concern 3: To enhance students’ responsibility and sense of belonging by creating a caring and positive
environment
Target 1: Creating a caring and positive environment
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.1 Cooperation among different departments in
the S.1 Orientation Programme to help S.1
students adapt to the secondary school life
8/2021 –
9/2021
1.2 Organizing “The Big Brothers & Sisters
Caring Scheme”
8/2021 –
6/2022
Counseling
prefects
1.3 Organizing Tier 1 moral education
programme to promote caring and positive
concepts
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
To co-work
with
Department
of Health
and the
Children &
Youth
Services
Centre
1.4 Organizing mental health programmes
1.5 Organizing assemblies to promote caring
and positive concepts
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
Counseling
Department
Head
Counseling
teachers
School social
workers
Outside
organizations
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.6 Implementing integrated education, such as
organizing Social Experience Day, to create
a supportive and harmonious environment
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
1.7 Providing counseling services and
assessments to students in need.
9/2021 –
7/2022
1.8 Providing special care to SEN students.
8/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
Counseling
Department
Head
Counseling
teachers
School social
workers
Outside
organizations
Education
Psychologist
from EDB
Co-operation
with other
departments
1.9 Cooperating with other departments and
panels to organize activities to encourage
students to show appreciation for their
peers’ outstanding performance in prize
presentations and through various award
schemes
9/2021 –
7/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is helpful to the
students.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is helpful to them.
Discipline
Department
ECA Department
Studies
Department
Support from
IT
Department
Data entry by
different
parties
Budget for
prizes
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.10 Organizing activities with the Healthy
School Committee to promote the concepts
of healthy life among students
Teachers
from the
Healthy
School
Committee
1.11 Organizing the ‘I Can Do It’ Campaign to
promote the good habits essential for a
healthy school life
1.12 Coordinating with the PE panel to organize
physical health and fitness workshops for
students
Teachers
from the PE
panel
Outside
organizations
1.13 Organizing the Life Education Day to
promote concepts like caring, positive
attitudes and life education
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
PE panel
Discipline
Department
Head
Members of
Discipline
Department
Healthy School
Committee
Teachers
from the Life
Education
Day
Committee
Outside
organizations
1.14 Matching the activities of the various
departments with the school theme
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
Discipline
Department
Counselling
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.15 Organizing the school prefect team to
help to promote and to maintain a positive
environment in the campus
that the programme
is useful in
developing
students’ moral
values and positive
attitude.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
developing their
moral values and
positive attitude.
Department
Religion
Department
1.16 Holding meetings to interview parents
when handling their children’s problems
1.17 Strengthening the communication between
form teachers and parents via eClass
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
developing
students’ moral
values and positive
attitude.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
developing their
moral values and
positive attitude.
Discipline
Department
Head
Discipline
teachers
Form
coordinators of
Discipline
Department
Outside
organizations
IT
Department
support
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources
needed
1.18 Sharing messages, prayers and hymns in
the morning assemblies
Co-workers
from the KPC
Shatin Chapel
1.19 Organizing small group activities in the
students’ fellowship
1.20 Supporting class prayer meetings
9/2021 –
6/2022
Co-workers
from the KPC
Shatin Chapel
1.21 Organizing S6 prayer meetings and “DSE
fighter concert” to support students facing
the public examination
9/2021 –
11/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in creating
a caring and
positive
environment.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in creating
a caring and
positive
environment.
Members of the
Religion
Department
Target 2: Empowering students to shoulder responsibilities
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
2.1 Organizing a Social Service Team to
develop students to be responsible citizens
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
Counseling
Department
Head
Counseling
teachers
Outside
organizations
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
2.2 Organizing community services, such as
blood donation, to train students to be
civic-minded citizens.
11/2021 –
5/2022
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
School social
workers
The Hong
Kong Red
Cross
2.3 Organizing various leadership training
programmes to nurture students as
responsible leaders
2.4 Organizing office-bearer training, with
emphasis on shouldering responsibilities
2.5 Empowering student leaders to shoulder
responsibilities through launching various
activities
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the
programme is
helpful to them.
ECA
Department
Religion
Department
Counselling
Department
Discipline
Department
Outside
organizations
like Hong
Kong PHAB
Association
Budget for
programmes
like training
camp and day
camp
2.6 Organizing ‘I Love My Class Campaign’ to
empower students to shoulder
responsibilities for their class
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
Art panel
Discipline
Department
Head
Members of
Discipline
Department
Healthy School
Committee
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
2.7 Optimizing the Award Scheme and Demerit
Waiving Scheme to help students develop a
strong will in overcoming adversity and
shoulder responsibilities
9/2021 –
7/2022
students involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
Discipline
Department
Head
Members of
Discipline
Department
2.8 Strengthening the training for the committee
members of the student fellowship
9/2021 –
7/2022
Co-workers
from the KPC
Shatin Chapel
2.9 Arranging the ‘Little Paul Training
Programme’ so as to prepare students as
successors
2.10 Soliciting support for S.1 gatherings from
Shatin Chapel
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
empowering
students to shoulder
responsibilities.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
empowering
students to shoulder
responsibilities.
Members of the
Religion
Department
 
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Target 3: Enhancing students’ sense of belonging
Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
3.1 Organizing students to provide voluntary
services in order to enhance students’ sense
of belonging to the community
9/2021 –
6/2022
Outside
organizations
3.2 Organizing different counseling prefect
teams, such as ‘Big-Brothers-and-Sisters
Team’ and ‘Sex-education Team”, to
provide services to their schoolmates
8/2021 –
6/2022
3.3 Organizing parents’ talks and a parent-child
camp in order to provide support to parents
and create parents’ sense of belonging to the
school
11/2021 –
5/2022
3.4 Organizing S.1 orientation for parents to
introduce the school policies, culture and
environment to parents
8/2021
70% of the
teachers involved
find that the
activities are
helpful in
enhancing
students’ sense of
belonging to the
school.
70% of the
students involved
find that the
activities are
helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the school.
Counseling
Department
Head
Counseling
teachers
School social
workers
Outside
organizations
3.5 Mobilizing students’ support for the
participants in inter-school competitions
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved find that
the competitions
are helpful in
enhancing
students’ sense of
belonging to the
school.
ECA
Department
Support from
IT Department
Collaboration
with various
subject panels,
clubs and
school teams
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
3.6 Cooperating with other organizations to
arrange activities for students to serve the
community
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the students
involved find that
the competitions
are helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the school.
ECA
Department
Social groups
Outside
organizations
like Hong
Kong PHAB
Association
Collaboration
with social
groups like
JPC, CYC
3.7 Soliciting students’ opinions through
various means, like the democracy wall and
principal’s luncheon meetings with student
leaders
3.8 Sharing by inter-school competition
prize-winners on Campus TV or in the
morning assemblies
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved find that
the activities are
helpful in
enhancing
students’ sense of
belonging to the
school.
70% of the students
involved find that
the activities are
helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the school.
ECA
Department
SU
The principal
Support from
IT Department
Following up
students’
opinions
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
3.9 Organizing the ‘We Can Do It’ Campaign to
foster students’ sense of belonging to our
school
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the
teachers and
students involved
comment that there
is improvement in
students’ sense of
belonging and
caring.
An increase of
70% in the number
of certificates
issued
An increase of
70% in the number
of awards given
70% of the
students sent
appreciation cards
to others.
Discipline
Department
Head
Discipline
teachers
Form
coordinators
of Discipline
Department
Prefects
Support from
IT Department
Data entry by
different
parties:
prefects &
student helpers
Collaboration
with civic
education
group
Budget for
prizes
3.10 Organizing mass programs to promote the
act of showing appreciation for others:
- Election of ‘Star of the Class’
- Appreciation card to students who
show politeness and respect for
others, etc.
- Excellent Student Award
9/2021 –
8/2022 (once
each term )
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the
programme is
helpful to them.
Discipline
Department
Head
Discipline
teachers
Outside
organizations
Collaboration
with SU and
Counselling
Department
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
3.11 Organizing the ‘I Love My Class
Campaign’ to strengthen students’ sense of
belonging
 
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved find that
the activities are
helpful in
enhancing students’
sense of belonging
to the school.
70% of the students
involved find that
the activities are
helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the school.
Art panel
Discipline
Department
Head
Members of
Discipline
Department
Healthy School
Committee
3.12 Organizing inter-class sport competitions
and the Beat Drug program by the PE panel
to equip students with better inter-personal
skills and sense of belonging to their class
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the
programme is
helpful to them.
Discipline
Department
Head
Discipline
teachers
PE teachers
Teachers from
the PE panel
 
 
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Strategies
Time scale
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
3.13 Organizing student fellowship
10/2021 –
5/2022
70% of the teachers
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
enhancing students’
sense of belonging.
70% of the students
involved in the
programme find
that the programme
is useful in
enhancing students’
sense of belonging.
Members of the
Religion
Department
Target 4: Developing a school-based values education programme
Strategies
Time
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
4.1 Organizing Tier 1 moral education
programme in classrooms
4.2 Organizing Tier 2 moral education
programme outside classrooms
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the
teachers involved
in the programme
find that the
programme is
helpful to the
students.
70% of the
students involved
in the programme
Counseling
Department
Head
Counseling
teachers
School social
workers
Outside
organizations
 
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Time
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
4.3 Providing sex education by organizing
activities like Sex Education Days
find that the
programme is
helpful to them.
4.4 Organizing regular civic and environmental
education activities
9/2021 –
6/2022
70% of the teachers
involved find that
the lessons and
activities are
helpful in
enhancing
students’ sense of
belonging to the
nation.
70% of the students
involved find that
the lessons and
activities are
helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the nation.
Civic
Education
Committee
 
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Strategies
Time
Success criteria
Person-in-charge
Resources needed
4.5 Enhancing students’ sense of belonging to
the nation by
- educating students about Chinese culture
and the Basic Law through the formal
curriculum
- enhancing students’ sense of belonging
through the informal curriculum, like
sharing in the morning assembly,
national flag-hoisting ceremony, visiting
sister schools on the Mainland, etc.
9/2021 –
8/2022
70% of the teachers
involved find that
the lessons are
helpful in
enhancing
students’ sense of
belonging to the
nation.
70% of the students
involved find that
the lessons are
helpful in
enhancing their
sense of belonging
to the nation.
Studies
Department
Collaboration
with PSHE
panels
4.6 Inviting guest speakers to deliver messages
about healthy life, including
- Drug abuse
- Sexual education
- Smoking
- Excessive drinking
- Personal conduct
- Integrity
9/2021 –
5/2022
(at least 2
times each
term )
4.7 Organizing the Discipline Day to foster
students’ values education via different
activities
5/2022
70% of the students
involved agree that
the talks are useful
to them and they
can apply the skills
and knowledge
acquired in solving
relevant problems.
Discipline
Department
Head
Discipline
teachers
Organizations
that provide
these services
Collaboration
with PTA and
Counselling
Department