SALSP Plan 2019-2020

School-based After-school Learning and Support Programmes 2019/20 s. y.

School-based Grant - Programme Plan

Staff-in-charge: Mr. Ng Wai Leung   Contact Telephone No.: 24230365

A. The estimated number of students (count by heads) benefitted under this Programme is 167 (including A. 43 CSSA recipients, B. 91 SFAS full-grant recipients and C. 33 under school’s discretionary quota).

B. Information on Activities to be subsidised/complemented by the Grant.

* Name / Type of activity Objectives of the activity Success criteria (e.g. learning effectiveness) Method(s) of valuation (e.g. test, questionnaire, etc.) Period/Date activity to be held # Estimated no. of participating eligible students Estimated expenditure ($)Name of partner/service provider (if applicable)
Music Instrumental/Vocal Classes
1. To pursue in playing instrument;
2. To learn singing technique
1. Students have a chance to perform their skills by means of competitions or performance in or outside school;
2. All participants attend at least 80% of the lessons.
1. Feedbacks and/or questionnaires from students;
2. Comments from course instructors;
3. Positive feedback from the audiences of the performances;
4. Attendance records from corresponding subject teachers
Sept 2090 to Aug 202026580$61,800Organized by the school or other organizations
Visual Arts Courses
1. Develop the basic skills in illustrating and painting1. Able to master the skills learnt in the course1. Positive feedback from students;
2. Comments from course instructors;
3. Attendance records from corresponding subject teachers
Oct 2019 to July 20209110$10,000Organized by the school or other organizations
Cultural visit to Myanmar1. To learn the culture of Myanmar.
2. To understand the life of Chinese people in Myanmar..
3. To study the economic development of Myanmar under the “One belt one road” policy.
4. To visit the place of interest in Myanmar.
1. Students can tell the national religion of Myanmar and speak some Burmese .
2. Students can tell the daily activities of Chinese people who live in Myanmar.
3. Students know in which aspect the economics grow rapidly.
4. Students visited Yangon, The Reclining Buddha, The Chinese Merchant Chamber.
1. Students are required to submit the Reflection about the visit.April, 20208220$56,000Organized by the school or other organizations
Total no. of activities: 3@No. of man-times 43910$127,800
**Total no. of man-times134
* Types of activities are categorized as follows: tutorial service, learning skill training, languages training, visits, art /culture activities, sports, self-confidence development, volunteer service, adventure activities, leadership training, and communication skills training courses.
@Man-times: refers to the aggregate no. of benefitted students participating in each activity listed above.
**Total no. of man-times: the aggregate of man-times (A) + (B) + (C)
# Eligible students: students in receipt of CSSA(A), SFAS full grant (B) and disadvantaged students identified by the school under the discretionary quota (not more than 25%) (C) .