Non-Chinese Student (NCS)


1. In our school, Chinese is not only as a subject but also as a learning tool for the NCS students, that is why we have different arrangements and learning groups to help them pick up the listening and speaking skills of Cantonese as quickly as possible, so as to facilitate their communication and learning.

2. There are three Chinese tutorials per week. In order to let NCS students have a good foundation in Chinese, we use the learning material from the Chinese University.

3. In order to better cater for learner diversity and keep up with the course, we divide key stage one students into small groups if necessary. We also arrange small group teaching in Chinese writing lessons for key stage two students if necessary.

4. There is a drama lesson every Monday instructed by a drama tutor after school to arouse the interest of children to learn Chinese in the form of drama.

5. In the Big Brothers Big Sisters Reading Program, key stage two students pair up with keystage one students with buddy reading once a week for NCS students, the aim is to support students to reach the goal that 'I can read by myself'.

6. In order to help students in need, we will attach Cantonese Pinyin in their Chinese Dictation Revision Papers.

7. We will tailor the Chinese syllabus for keystage two, so that students can learn better.

8. In order to let key stage one students to have a good foundation to write Chinese characters, we have a self-made electronic materials.

9. We arrange a summer bridging program for P.1 to P.4 NCS students, so that they can also learn Chinese through the Chinese context during the summer holiday.

10. We arrange P.1 students to have a P.1 adapted curriculum so that they can easily adapt into the life of primary school in September.

11. We arrange a daily homework tutorial to guide students to finish their homework and consolidate what they have learned.