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PO LEUNG KUK CHAN SENG YEE KINDERGARTEN
Address: G/F, SHUI SHUM HOUSE (BLOCK 2), TIN SHUI ESTATE, TIN SHUI WAI, YUEN LONG, NEW TERRITORIES
Tel.: 2447 0133
Fax: 2447 3034
School No.
159034
Location No.
0001
2019/20 School Year
Joining KG
Education Scheme
Yes
School Information
School Category
Non-profit-making
Student Category
Co-educational
Name of School Supervisor
MS HO CHIU FUNG DAISY
Name of School Principal
MS CHAN HEI TING
School Founding Year
1993
Total No. of Permitted Accommodation
of Classrooms in Use (Data as of Sept. 2018)
229
Number of Registered Classrooms
6
Outdoor Playground
No
Indoor Playground
Yes
Music Room
Yes
Other Special Room(s) / Area(s)
Multimedia room
Total No. of Principal & Teaching Staff
(Data as of Sept. 2018)*
15
School Website
http://www.plkkgs.edu.hk/plkcsykg
Quality Review: Result and Report
Meeting the prescribed standards
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/en/edu-system/preprimary-kindergarten/quality-assurance-framework/qr/qr-report/PLK_ChanSengYee.pdf
No. & Qualification of Principal & Teaching Staff (Data as of Sept. 2018)*
Academic Qualification
Degree holders
6
Non-degree holders
9
Professional Qualification
C(ECE) or above
15
Qualified KG teachers
0
Other teacher trainings
0
Qualified assistant KG teachers
0
Others
0
*Excluding staff serving aged 0-2
Teacher to Pupil Ratio (Data as of Sept. 2018)
Teacher to pupil ratio in morning session 1:10.1
Teacher to pupil ratio in afternoon session 1:5.6
Ratio includes classes aged 2-3 No
No. of Enrolment (Data as of Sept. 2018)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG Total
AM Session
18 36 41 95
PM Session
0 12 15 27
WD Session
28 15 14 57
Annual Fees (2019/20 School Year)
Nursery Lower KG Upper KG
Annual Fees After Deduction of Government Subsidy
(No. of Instalment)
AM Session Free Free Free
PM Session Free Free Free
WD Session $6,850 (10) $6,850 (10) $6,850 (10)
Please refer to the Fees Certificate for details of fees information.
Child Care Services (Data as of Sept. 2018)
With child care services for children aged 2-3 No
Fee level (per annum)
half-day full-day
- -
With child care services for children aged under 2
No
No. of enrolment aged 2-3
0
Joining Child Care Centre Subsidy Scheme
-
Providing occasional child care services
-
Providing extended hours services
-
The following information was provided by school.
Curriculum Details
Curriculum type
Local
Curriculum planning
In accordance with the Guide to Pre-primary Curriculum of the Education Bureau. We design the curriculum in the line with children's life experience, interest and ability. We also strengthen the element of free exploration and free play so as to enhance children's interest in learning.
We will follow the "Kindergarten Education Curriculum Guide" (2017) to plan curriculum. Children of nursery classes will not be asked to write, and there will not be mechanical copying exercises and drills on calculation.
Learning / Teaching approach and activities
Interesting activities in line with students’ life experiences are designed by teachers. Teaching is carried out in forms of groups, class and corners. Through observation, data collection, discussion, record and experience sharing, students learn in actual environment. Self-directed learning is encouraged, students are further activated to think and bring into play their creativity and imagination through interaction. We also arrange site visits and outdoor learning activities once a week that are relating to the content of learning to expand their exposure. To keep students abreast with modern information technology, the white board is appropriately used as the medium of interactive teaching and learning so as to enhance their interest to learn.
Assessment of children’s learning experiences
We assess students by way of ongoing observation. Teachers keep a profile on journey of learning for each student by observing students’ performances in daily activities, recording their learning outcomes and completing the ‘conclusive rating scale’ at the end of the semester. A child’s learning and progress of development in different stages are recorded from multiple perspectives.
School Characteristics
School vision and mission
We endeavor to provide pre-primary school children with good educational environment and a curriculum designed for balanced development in moral, intellectual, physical, communal, and artistic aspects to realize holistic development of children.
Support to students
To organize ‘Go to School Happily’ activity to help new K1 students adapt; to launch ‘Mock Campus Life of Primary One’ in June and July for K3 students; proper Cantonese pronunciation test; physical fitness programs; school social worker; games therapy and counselling; provision of JELIC multiple intelligences teaching tools to help children develop the abilities to observe, analyze, infer, judge and solve problems.
Support to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students
Received Grant for Support to NCS Students; appoint additional teaching staff / teaching assistants to support NCS students learning Chinese; create an enriched language environment for mastery of the Chinese language; facilitate professional development for teachers to develop effective strategies to help NCS students learn Chinese.
Support to students with special needs
Joining the On-site Pre-school Rehabilitation Services.
Parent-teacher association
Yes
Other activities / communication with parents
1. Child teaching seminars, parent-child hiking and interest classes are held regularly; parents are encouraged to take part in the school’s volunteering programmes besides strengthening home-school tie. 2. Regular publication of newsletter ‘星如眼’ to explain the schools’ curriculum development, students’ learning at school and the school’s recent development to parents. To increase the efficacy of home-school collaboration through telephone contact of teachers with parents or direct communication between teachers and parents.
Major Paid Items Reference Price (2018/19 School Year)
Summer uniform
Not directly involved
Winter uniform
Not directly involved
School bag
$53 / each
Tea and snacks
$800 / year
Textbooks
$600-900 / year
Exercise books/workbooks
$200-240 / year
Stationery
Not directly involved
Bedding items
Not directly involved
Monthly Salary Range of Principal & Teaching Staff (Data as of Mar. 2019)
  • (i) ≤ $20,000
  • (ii) $20,001 - $30,000
  • (iii) $30,001 - $40,000
  • (iv) > $40,000
working half day
working whole day
Working Experience of Principal & Teaching Staff in Pre-primary Education (Data as of Mar. 2019)
  • (i) < 4 years
  • (ii) 4-7 years
  • (iii) > 7 years
2017/18 School Expenditure Information
Expenditure information based on audited account Yes
  • (i) Salary of principal & teaching staff
  • (ii) Non-teaching staff salary
  • (iii) Rent, management fees, rates
    & government rent
  • (iv) Teaching resources
  • (v) Staff training & professional development
  • (vi) Other expenses
Admission Application (2020/21 School Year)
Application form download Please refer to the school website
Application period Applications are available all year round
Other Approved Fees (2019/20 School Year)
Application fee
$40
Registration fee
Half-day session $970
Whole-day session $1,570