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Last modified on 06 November 2017

3 year plan - Measures to broaden students' provision of gifted education programmes for the 9th cohort of senior secondary students (2017/18- 2018/19)

3 year plan - Measures to broaden students' provision of gifted education programmes for the 8th cohort of senior secondary students (2016/17- 2018/19)

3 year plan - Measures to broaden students' provision of gifted education programmes for the 7th cohort of senior secondary students (2015/16 - 2017/18)

3 year plan - Measures to broaden students' provision of gifted education programmes for the 6th cohort of senior secondary students (2014/15 - 2016/17)

3 year plan - Measures to broaden students' provision of gifted education programmes for the 5th cohort of senior secondary students (2013/14 - 2015/16)

Evaluation Report on DLG-funded Other Programme (Gifted Education) 2016-2017

Evaluation Report on DLG-funded Other Programme (Gifted Education) 2013-2014

I. Aims

  1. to provide opportunities for students to develop as all-rounders according to her own attributes in the moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic domains
  2. to identify more capable students by using different methods of identification
  3. to enhance student awareness of learning opportunities inside and beyond the classroom
  4. to provide a platform for capable students to further develop their specific gifts and talents

II. Areas of Concern

Level I Enhancing students’ potentials in higher order thinking, creativity and personal-competence in the regular classroom
(Teaching strategies in the regular classroom: differentiate instruction, thinking skills, etc.)
Level II School-based pull-out programmes beyond the classroom (Ambassadors of Learning)
Level III Special enhancement programmes with outsourcing support

III. Domains of Nurturance

  1. SMIT (Science, Mathematics, Information Technology)
  2. Humanities
  3. Aesthetic (Dance, Music, Drama)
  4. Languages (English, Chinese, Putonghua & Third Language)
  5. Leadership
  6. Physical Education

IV.   Implementation

Level of Implementation Activities

Level IA

S1 - Identification

  • PBL, CCA, Social Service, etc
  • Inter-class and Inter-house activities
  • Department-based activities
Level IB
Level IIA

Ambassadors of Learning

 

S2 - Self-understanding

workshops & visits

S3 – Exploration & Taking Risks

workshops & learning camp

S4 – Creativity & Meeting Challenges

Canossian Global Youth Conference, Global Youth Leadership Conference, Junior Achievement Company Programme, Social Services (local), Cultural Enrichment Programmes

S5 – Caring &Taking Initiatives

Canossian Global Youth Conference, Global Youth Leadership Conference, Student Council, Prefects Board, School Service Team, House System, Services (global), Cultural Enrichment Programmes, Junior Achievement Company Programme

S6 – Gratitude & Renewing Committment

Mentorship Programme

 

Level IIB
  • Inter-school Competition / Regional Competition / International Competition, etc
  • Mathematics / Physics Olympiad
Level III
  • Courses for exceptionally gifted students organized by EDB or local and overseas tertiary institutes

S3 Ambassadors of Learning 2014 - 2015

S4 Ambassadors of Learning 2014 - 2015

S5 Ambassadors of Learning 2014 - 2015

S6 Ambassadors of Learning 2014 - 2015