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Students come from 15 countries, with a strong English environment, and English is used as the main language of instruction.
  • International-school-used English textbook: "Oxford International English" is designed for English learners from different countries, which matches well with the learning needs of our multicultural students. Also, this curriculum places importance on enhancing English reading comprehension skills and writing skills.

  • English version Mathematics textbooks: “Modern Primary Mathematics”

  • English version General Studies textbooks: “New General Studies”

21-22 Secondary School Places Allocation Results:
  • 98 percent of our students allocated to one of their Top 3 school choices
  • Students were allocated to the desired secondary schools include: Queen's College, King's College, Marymount Secondary School, Belilios Public School, Shau Kei Wan Government Secondary School, True Light Middle School of Hong Kong, SKH Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School, St Francis' Canossian College, St. Paul's Secondary School.

  • Low-stress Assessment Policy: No assessment in the first term of P.1. We employ a variety of assessment methods to evaluate student progress. There will be only two tests per term.
  • Low-stress Homework Policy: To relieve homework stress, P.1 to P.3 students will spend no more than half an hour, and P.3 to P.6 students no more than 1 hour to complete their homework.

  • Free after-school homework tutorial is provided every Monday to Friday, at 4:00-5:00.

  • Free diversified extra-curricular activities are provided every Monday to Friday, at 4:00-5:00 and the sixth lesson on Day 6. E.g. Touch Rugby, A’ Capella, Jazz Dance, Street Dance, Screenplay, Taekwondo, Cricket, Violin, Roller Skating, Volleyball, Guitar, English Drama, Chinese Speech, Board Games, Handchime, Creative Art, Hand-made Accessories, Cub Scout, Magic, English Debate, Master of Ceremony, STEAM, etc.

  • To reduce parents’ financial burden, starting from 2024-2025, $1,000 uniform assistance will be granted to P.1 students.*

* Li Sing Tai Hang School reserves the right to change or terminate the uniform assistance at any time. Please pay attention to the latest announcement on the school website.
Mainstream Local Chinese Curriculum “New Oxford Chinese Language” for P.2-6
School-based Chinese Curriculum “Learn Chinese Together” for P.1
  • “Learn Chinese Together” is an elementary school-based curriculum designed for P.1 students to learn the Chinese language and culture.

  • 11 Modules, 40 Story Books

  • 11 Course Books

  • 11 Writing Books

  • In addition to regular curriculum, our school provides diverse holistic development programs: Think Skills, CoolThink Computational Thinking Course (provided by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, and co-created by The Education University of Hong Kong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and City University of Hong Kong.), AI Certificate Course, Chinese Drama, Mindfulness, Personal Growth, Reading, Multi-intelligences Program, Homeroom Period and Community Integration Program.

  • AI (Artificial Intelligence) Certificate Course is provided for free: Students can learn AI theory, application cases and AI coding to create face, shape, color and voice recognition applications.
  • Comprehensive STEAM Education: Offering computational thinking course, elite training programs, and cross-disciplinary courses to cultivate STEAM talents.
  • Advanced E-learning Equipment: Equipping each classroom with 2 electronic blackboards and providing each student with an iPad.

  • To cater for diverse students’ educational needs, all-rounded student support services are provided: After-school Chinese and Mathematics Enhancement Classes, Individual Educational Plan, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Dyslexia Therapy, Summer Bridging Program, P.1 Adaptation Program and Newly Arrived Student Support Program, etc.
  1. 1 Assignment Guidance
    1. 1.1 Classwork
      1. 1.1.1 Students complete the more difficult assignments in the classroom under the teachers’ guidance and support.
      2. 1.1.2 Generally, teachers should arrange more than 15 minutes classwork and reserve time to check students’ answers.
    2. 1.2 Homework
      1. 1.2.1 Teachers allocate 10 minutes lesson time for students to do homework with a moderate amount of guidance.
      2. 1.2.2 Whenever possible students should complete homework in school.
  2. 2 Timescale for homework items
    1. 2.1 For P.1-P.3 students, their total daily homework should be completed within half an hour.
    2. 2.2 For P.4-6 students, their total daily homework should be completed within an hour.

In order to promote learning, strengthen feedback and improve teaching, most subjects are based on progressive assessment. This is through using daily exercises, classroom performance, and tests as assessment data in order to replace the final examination at the end of each term.

  • ● Learning:
  • ➢ School-based Chinese curriculum for students’ effective adaptation to the local equivalent
  • ➢ School-based eLearning platform for self-paced Chinese learning
  • ➢ Summer Bridging Programme for P.1 entrants
  • ➢ 9-12 hours of Chinese lessons per cycle
  • ➢ Weekly after school Chinese enhancement classes for P.1 to P.6
  • ➢ Chinese Drama class per cycle for P.3 to P.6

  • ● Extracurricular Activities:
  • ➢ Chinese Public Speaking class
  • ➢ Chinese Emcee training class
  • ➢ Induction Programme for Newly-arrived Children
  • ➢ International Day
  • ➢ Chinese Learning Day every Wednesday to encourage Chinese speaking through fun games
  • ➢ Integration Programme to involve Non-Chinese students in visits and services in the
        community and other activities provided by various organizations.
  • ➢ Arrangement for Non-Chinese students to join uniformed groups

  • ● Home-School Communication:
  • ➢ All communication documents are available in English.
  • ➢ All Home-School activities, e.g. SSPA Talk, seminars, Parents’ Day, Family Fun Day, are
        conducted in English.

Education Support Provided for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Student(s) School Support Summary