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Government Department Cooperation Projects

Country Park Kindergarten School Visit Program

Project Name: Country Park Kindergarten School Visit Program

Supported by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

Implementation Period: 2010 – Present

Objective: This project aims at introducing the country parks of Hong Kong to kindergarten students through onsite school workshops and interactive games to disseminate environmental conservation messages.

Content:

  • Design lesson plans for each workshop;
  • Liaise workshop details and logistics arrangements with kindergartens;
  • Arrange interpreters and facilitators to conduct kindergarten fun workshops.

We have served over 1,000 kindergartens and over 100,000 students.

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Food Safety Carnival and Parent-child Cooking Competition

Project Name: Food Safety Carnival and Parent-child Cooking Competition

Supported by: Shum Shui Po District Council

Implementation Period: October 2018 to February 2019

Objective: This projects aims at introducing Food Safety messages to the Sham Shui Po District community through conducting Parent-child cooking workshops, carnivals, and Parent-child cooking competitions.

Content:

  • Design and conduct cooking workshops;
  • Liaise the workshop details and logistics arrangement with schools;
  • Conduct carnivals and Parent-child cooking competitions in Sham Shui Po District.

Serving Shum Shui Po District

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Storytelling Competition

Project Name: Storytelling Competition

Supported by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Hong Kong Wetland Park

Implementation Period: 2008 – 2020

Objective: This project promotes good reading habits among students and encourages them to share the messages of wetland conservation and environmental protection on stage in fun and creative ways.

Content:

  • Conduct, promote, and organize the Storytelling Competition;
  • Liaise competition details and logistics arrangement schools.

Serving Hong Kong Kindergartens and Primary Schools

School Joined: over 400

Students and Parents Joined: over 3,800

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Vaccination Programme

Project Name: Vaccination Programme

Supported by: Childhood Influenza Vaccination Subsidy Scheme, Sanofi-aventis Hong Kong Limited and GlaxoSmithKline Limited

Implementation Period: 2010 – Present

Objective: To prevent the spread of epidemical diseases by providing vaccination

Content:

  • Influenza vaccination at schools by medical professionals.
  • Vaccination Subsidy Scheme for the children between the age of 6 months and less than 12 years of age.

Serving Secondary Schools, Primary Schools, Kindergartens, and Organizations and their family members. Over 50,000 person have been served to date.

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Ideal BMI Diseases Prevention Program

Project Name: Ideal BMI Diseases Prevention Program

Supported by: Hospital Authority Health Info World

Implementation Period: 2009-2012 & 2015- 2017

Objective: To inform the public of the importance of a healthy lifestyle by introducing the relationship between sickness and eating habits, BMI, weight control, exercise.

Content:

  • Work out workshop outlines and contents.
  • Arrange our registered nutritionist to conduct health talks and consultations.
  • Coordinate with companies for health talks and consultations.

Serving 126 corporate & tertiary institutions

“I want to be a Tree Doctor” Kindergarten School Visit Program

Project Name: “I want to be a Tree Doctor” Kindergarten School Visit Program

Supported by: Greening, Landscape and Tree Management Section of the Development Bureau

Implementation Period: 2014-2016 school year

Objective: To foster kindergarten students’ love and care on green environment and trees

Content:

  • Design the lesson plan of the workshop
  • Liaise workshop details and logistics arrangement with kindergartens
  • Arrange interpreter and facilitators to conduct kindergarten fun workshop

Serving 260 Kindergartens, 16,000 students

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Teacher Professional Development Course

Project (1) Integrated English Language Programme (IELP) (Key Stage1)
Initiated in 2000, IELP has reached 125 Hong Kong primary schools, trained 982 teachers, and benefited more than 109,650 students in Hong Kong. IELP is based on the well-researched best practices in English Language teaching and has been developed for Primary 1-3 levels. Big storybooks, language activities, songs, and games are all used in the programme. Major techniques taught in IELP include the Shared Book Approach, Writing Process, and Learning Centre Activities.

Project (2) ‘Learning to Learn’ English Language Project (LLELP) (Key Stage 2)
The success of the IELP paved the way for a new programme, LLELP, to meet the language learning needs in upper primary levels. Since its inception in 2003, 440 teachers from 45 primary schools have participated in LLELP and has been able to benefit 34,050 students. LLELP focuses on developing students’ skills of ‘learning to learn’ and independent learning through the key components of Guided Reading, K-W-L, and Retelling. Different genres, tasks, activities, and games are utilized in this programme to benefit participants.

In addition to the core IELP and / or LLELP programmes and services (advisory visits, professional development workshops, and resource materials), support services are offered to our project schools. The extra support services include an online resource bank and parent educational workshops. Our teacher educators provide practical tips for parents to enhance their children’s learning ability and introduce effective ways in learning English in the parent workshops.

IELP and LLELP enable children to learn English in a pleasurable way and in an enjoyable environment. The programmes are well acknowledged by parents, teachers, and principals alike. A six-year longitudinal study has also shown improvements in student learning, attitudes, and motivation. The results of the study show that the project students are:

  • Motivated to participate in class – to speak, to listen, to read and write
  • Strong in writing
  • Better at reading, even on previously unseen texts
  • Better in oral language
  • Better in grasping letter-sound relationships (phonics)
  • Generally better on national (e.g. TSA) type tests

“My Country Parks Waste Reduction Plan” Role Play Competition for Kindergartens

Project Name: “My Country Parks Waste Reduction Plan” Role Play Competition for Kindergartens

Supported by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

Implementation Period: 2014-2015 school year

Objective: To encourage childhen to protect countryside by taking simple steps to reduce waste and adopt green life style.

Content:

  • Recruit and implement the programme and coordinate with AFCD staff to ensure the competition runs smoothly.
  • Organize a briefing talk for the teachers of participating schools.

Serving students from all Kindergartens and Primary School

“Seasons ● Excursions” Country Park Photography Competition for General Public

Project Name: “Seasons ● Excursions” Country Park Photography Competition for General Public

Supported by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department

Implementation Period: 2013-2015 year

Objective: To encourage the public to visit Hong Kong Country Parks and to appreciate and capture the seasonal beauty of the picturesque scenery and the amazing wildlife.

Content:

  • Recruit and implement for the competition and ensure it runs smoothly during the competition
  • Set up and monitor the online platform for the competition

Serving Public

Fire Precaution Storybook

Project Name: Fire Precaution Storybook

Supported by: Hong Kong Fire Services Department

Implementation Period: 2011-2012 school year

Objective: To promote the importance of fire prevention to kindergarten students by using a fun storybook.

Content:

  • Design and produce the fire precaution storybooks
  • Organize the fire precaution storybook workshops for the firemen

Distributed to over 200 Kindergartens