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  1. International Primary and Middle Schools

    Posted Jun 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... class size: Primary section: 27; Secondary section: 29 Extra-curricular activities: Sports clubs Fees: P1-6: HK$31,200; Form 1-3: HK$33,600. Application fee: HK$4,000 THE HARBOUR SCHOOL 2/F, ... with 45minutes of Putonghua each day Special programmes: Gifted and Learning Support as appropriate for individual children. Number of teachers: 12 Average class size: 13 Extra-curricular activities: ...

  2. Classes may be cut for school revamp

    Posted May 01st 2012, 12:00am

    ... Dennis Chong dennis.chong@scmp.com About 100 pupils at a prestigious private school in Wan Chai may have no place to attend classes next year if it cannot secure a temporary location while the current campus is redeveloped, its sponsoring body says. The primary section of Lingnan Primary School and Kindergarten on Stubbs Road would be shut down for the redevelopment work, the sponsoring ...

  3. Life lessons prove class act

    Posted Sep 30th 2011, 12:00am

    ... So instead of sitting in class with a textbook to learn about food, students go to the fields to grow rice. 'We believe education is not about getting higher marks in examinations ...

  4. Nationalism in class

    Posted May 09th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Ng Kang-chung Learning to appreciate China will become a core part of a new curriculum which seeks to make nationalistic education a compulsory subject for all schoolchildren in Hong Kong, starting as early as next year. While the authorities say lessons ...

  5. Who offers what and where- Special needs schools

    Posted Jun 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... training, home visits, interest classes Number of teachers: 23 Average class size: 8 Extra-curricular activities: Yoga, dance, swimming, sports, birthday party tolerance programmes, films Fees: ... Special programmes: Brain gym, music therapy, social and language skill clubs Number of teachers, therapists: 7 Class size: 8 Extra-curricular activities: Sports Fees: HK$15,000/month, supported ...

  6. Who offers what and where- International preschools

    Posted Jun 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Year groups: Nursery-K3 Number of students: Varies from school to school and depending on classes Year founded: 1996 Curriculum: British early years foundation stage and key stage one Medium: English, Putonghua Extra-curricular activities: Language, literacy, fix-it phonics class, Putonghua, ballet, drama, yoga classes, jazz, music, helper workshops Fees: Letterland HK$4,400/month (am, ...

  7. School principals shun incentive programme to reduce classes

    Posted Mar 26th 2010, 12:00am by Liz Heron

    ... classes. Leung Cheung-hing, principal of St Joseph's College in the Mid-Levels, said: 'Our school will certainly not be joining this scheme. I have eight forms in Primary Six coming into five classes in Form One. How can I cut the number of classes we offer? 'We have a long waiting list for Form One. I have more than 280 students in the final year of our primary school ...

  8. World-class pollution to greet East Asian Games competitors

    Posted Sep 28th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The countdown to the East Asian Games 2009 is under way and the government publicity machine has gone into overdrive with various promotions. The Games website informs us that more than 3,000 elite athletes will compete for medals at 262 events making it ...

  9. Smaller class sizes the key to raising students' standards

    Posted Sep 03rd 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... employers. There are many explanations, but one that is obvious to any classroom observer is the excessive number of students in our secondary school classes. A recent visitor, a teacher of English in a secondary school in Germany, was shocked to learn that our classes hold 40 students. He said there would be chaos in his class, with such a large number of students all competing for the attention ...

  10. How to build a world-class waterfront

    Posted Jul 19th 2003, 12:00am by Ian Brownlee

    ... reclamation, stated its aim of a 'world-class waterfront' and supported the principles of sustainable development. The court found that during the preparation of the Wan Chai plan, the board ... A 'world-class waterfront' can still be achieved. The court decision may be against the plan and decision-making process, but it is in favour of the good management and use of the harbour ...




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