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PO LEUNG KUK TONG NAI KAN JUNIOR SECONDARY COLLEGE

PARENT HANDBOOK 2010 ~ 2011


About the Handbook 1. This Handbook provides parents with the necessary information regarding school policies and procedures. 2. The word ‘Parents’ in this Handbook refers to parents or guardians as registered in the school’s records. 3. There is an e-version of this Handbook on the College Homepage. The information provided in this Handbook will be accurate and up to date one month before the new school year. Updated information will be posted on the College Homepage whenever necessary. Parents will be informed at the same time of any relevant changes.

To the parents When parents enroll their children in our college, we assume that they are pledging to work together with teachers and staff members in educating the students. Effective communication between parents and the college is an essential part of this process. You are strongly encouraged to read this Handbook and also the students’ handbook carefully.

During the school year, please check the Student Handbook every day for messages from the college concerning your child. There is space in the student handbook for you to write to the class teacher of your child too. You are also welcome to call the General Office for any enquiry.

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Table of Contents Section

Title

1.

General Information

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Page

1.01 School Contact

P. 3

1.02 Teaching Staff & Technicians

P. 3-5

1.03 Opening Hours

P. 5

Academic Information 2.01 Academic Assessment

P. 6-7

2.02 Promotion and Graduation Requirements

P. 7

2.03 Guidelines on Make-up Examinations

P. 7

2.04 Application for Testimonials, Transcripts & Letters of Attendance

P. 7

Other Learning Experiences (OLE) 3.01 Arrangement of the Gifted Education and Extra-Curricular Activities

P. 8

3.02 Arrangement of the Activities Lessons

P. 9

3.03 Requirements for Services

P. 9

Other School Support 4.01 Student Subsidy

P. 10

4.02 Locker Arrangement

P. 10

4.03 Electronic Community (e-Class)

P. 11-12

Home-School Connection 5.01 Parent-Teacher Association

P. 13

5.02 Notices to Parents

P. 13-14

5.03 Preventing Communicable Diseases in School

P. 14

Miscellaneous 6.01 Location of Special Rooms

P. 15

6.02 Floor Plan of Campus & Emergency Evacuation Procedures

P. 16-28

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Section 1 General Information 1.01 School Contact Address : 11, Mei Lai Road, Mei Foo Sun Chuen, Kowloon. Telephone : 2194 5707 Fax : 2194 5718 URL : http://www.plktnkjsc.edu.hk E-mail : plktnkjsc@plktnkjsc.edu.hk 1.02 Teaching Staff & Technicians 1.02.1 Teaching staff and their location Principal : Mr Wong Chung Ki Vice-Principal

: Ms Siu Pui Yin

Chief Academic Mistress : Ms Lau Pik Shan English Department Mr Chan Kwai Fai (Department Head)

1/F General Office (WW) 1/F VP Room

(WW)

1/F CAM Room

(WW)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

Chinese Department Chinese Language Ms Wong Hiu Tung (Department Head, Panel Head) Putonghua Ms Lam Chau Ang (Panel Head)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

Mathematics Department Ms Cheung Wai Fong (Department Head)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

Humanities Department Business Economics Mr Chan Tsan Sen (Department Head, Panel Head) Chinese History Mr Kwok Yiu Kong (Panel Head) Geography Ms Leung Pui Fan (Panel Head) History Ms Chiu Man Ming (Panel Head) Liberal Studies Mr Chan Tsan Sen (Department Head, Panel Head) Science Department Combined Science Biology Ms Lau Pik Shan (Coordinator) Chemistry Mr Kau Chun Ming (Coordinator) Physics Mr Kwan Siu Ming (Panel Head) Integrated Science Mr Kwan Siu Ming (Department Head, Panel Head)

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1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

1/F CAM Room (WW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)


Technology Department Computer Literacy Mr Chow Chun Yu (Department Head, Panel Head) Design & Technology Mr Leung Wai Kei (Panel Head) Home Economics Ms Li Man Yee (Panel Head) Cultural & Sport Department Physical Education Ms Wong Yin Ling (Panel Head) Music Ms Siu Pui Yin (Department Head, Panel Head) Visual Art Ms Leung Shuk Ching (Panel Head) Vice Teachers : Ms Sin Yuk Yee (English Language) Mr Lee Tak Wai (Chinese Language) Teaching Assistants :Mr Wong Ching Kong (English Language) Mr Lui Ka Sing (English Language) Ms Jiang Wen (Chinese Language) Ms Lin Mei Qing (Chinese Language) Mr Mo Wai Ho (Mathematics & Science) Mr Or Yu Chun (Mathematics) Mr Hui Chung On (Computer Literacy) Ms Chan Ching Wah (Computer Literacy) Mr Chan King Hay (Library) Ms Choi Lai Fong (Library) Technicians : Mr. Tang Kwok Man Mr. Tang Wai Yin Mr. Chan Kin Ip

1.02.2

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F VP Room

(WW)

1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 3/F Library (SW) 3/F Library (SW) 5/F Chem. Lab. (SW) 5/F I.S. Lab. (WW) 5/F Server Room (WW)

Teaching Staff for Consultation on Specific Area Area Academic Matters Application for Student Subsidy Careers Guidance Discipline & Guidance Extra-Curricular Activities Library Matters Lunch Box Arrangement Moral & Civic Education, Community Services Parent Teacher Association

Teaching Staff Ms Lau Pik Shan Ms Fung Heung Wai Ms Wong Yin Ling Ms Leung Pui Fan Mr Kau Chun Ming Mr Kwok Yiu Kong Ms Wong Hiu Tung Ms Fung Heung Wai Ms Wong Yin Ling Ms Lee Shuk Fan Ms Ho Ka Yan Ms Siu Pui Yin 4

Location 1/F CAM Room (WW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 2 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW) 1/F VP Room (WW)


1.02.3

Class Teachers Class 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 1G 1H 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F 2G 2H 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E

Class Teachers Ms. Wong Hiu Tung Mr. Wong Tung Ming Mr. Lam Kam Lung Ms. Lin Mei Qing Ms. Wong Lai San Mr. Lui Ka Sing Mr. Leung Wai Kei Mr. Or Yu Chun Mr. Yeung Wing Shing Ms. Leung Pui Fan Ms. Chan Ho Yan Mr. Chan Hon Shing Ms. Leung Shuk Ching Mr. Hui Hau Wai Mr. Tang Cheung Kit Ms. Lee Shuk Fan Mr. Chan Kwai Fai Ms. Cheung Wai Fong Ms. Jiang Wen Ms. Chiu Man Ming Ms. Chan Shuk Man Ms. Wong Ching Kong Ms. Ho Long Ping Mr. Mo Wai Ho Mr. Chow Chun Yu Ms. Ng Ka Yan Ms. Li Man Yee Ms. Wong Yin Man Ms. Ho Ka Yan Ms. Wong Yin Ling Ms. Ly Ruth Ms. Sin Yuk Yee Ms. Lam Chau Ang Mr. Chan Tsan Sen Ms. Yip Ka Man Mr. Kwan Siu Ming Ms. Fung Heung Wai Mr. Choi Kong Wah Ms. Cheng So Wah Mr. Lee Tak Wai Mr. AuYeung Hau Wai Mr. Lau Kin Fai

Location 1/F Staff Room 1 (EW)

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1.03 Opening Hours 1.03.1 Official Opening Hours

General Office Library Detention Room (116) Study Room (116) Study Room (Activity Centre) Computer Room (220) 1.03.2

School Day Mon - Fri 7:30a.m. – 5:30p.m. 8:00a.m. – 6:30p.m. 4:00p.m. – 5:30p.m. (TUE & THU) 4:00p.m. – 5:30p.m. (MON , WED & FRI)

School Holidays Mon - Fri Sat 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. 9:00a.m. – 12:30p.m. 9:00a.m. – 4:30p.m. 9:00a.m. – 12:00n.n.

4:00p.m. – 5:30p.m.

Closed

4:00p.m. – 5:30p.m.

Closed

Closed 9:00a.m. – 4:30p.m.

Stationing Day & Time of School Social Workers Monday to Friday of school days from 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.

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9:00a.m. – 12:00n.n.


Section 2 Academic Information 2.01 Academic Assessment 2.01.1 There are two uniform tests and two examinations each school year. Promotion or demotion depends on the total mark of the uniform tests, examinations and summative assessments. 2.01.2 Calculation of total mark Item Test Assessment Exam

Content Test mark (Chinese, English, Maths: 50% from TSA test paper mark) Exam mark (Chinese, English, Maths: 50% from TSA test paper mark) Different assessment mode in different subjects Various quiz and dictation assessments.

School-based Assessment Quizzes/dictations Summative ACT assessment School-based ACT worksheets / Assignments curriculum Daily homework / Assignments / Collaborative learning / Performance in class Group learning performance 2.01.3 The weightings of the assessment Weightings of total average mark: Chinese and English: Mathematics : Integrated Science(Form 1-2): Combined Science(Form 3): Other subjects:

percentage 25% 45% Different percentage distribution in different subjects

300% each 200% 150% 150% 100%

2.01.4 Examination regulations (a) Students have to come to school for assessment according to the test and examination timetable. Latecomers must get permission from the chief examiner before entering the exam centre. No extra time will be given. (b) Students should sit according to their class number during the examination. All belongings other than necessary stationery should be put under the chair or whiteboard. Students who take examination in the hall may put their belongings under the chair. Identity card and wallet should be kept with them. (c) After entering the examination centre, no talking or looking around is allowed. Students cannot borrow stationery from other classmates. (d) Class, name and class number must be put on the question paper, answer sheet and rough worksheet. (e) Students must not turn over the question paper until they are told to do so. (f) If there are missing pages or printing mistakes in the question paper, students must put up their hand to inform the teacher. It will be regarded as cheating if students talk to neighbouring classmates. (g) During the examination, students are not allowed to leave early or leave the examination centre. (h) Students who cheat will be penalized. The subject involved may be disqualified and given zero mark for that examination paper. (i) Candidates should make use of the recess time to do revision and keep quiet during recess. 6


(j) Students who attend oral examination should come to school on time. Students should bring along their books and notes for revision during the waiting period. (k) All extra-curricular activities and ball games are cancelled one week before the examination and during the examination period. (l) Students must inform the school on the day they take a sick leave during the examination period. Students have to hand in a parents’ letter and the sick leave certificate on the day they come back to school and contact the subject teacher for make-up examination. No make-up examination will be conducted if students are absent with no reason or play truant. (m) Make-up examination papers will be counted as 80% of the total mark. (n) If the EDB announces no school for all secondary school on an exam date, the school set another date for the examination affected. Examination dates for other subjects remain unchanged. 2.02 Promotion and Graduation Requirements Form 1 and Form 2 a) Students should get all passes in the three subjects English, Chinese and Mathematics. b) The average mark of all subjects should reach 50 marks or above. c) The conduct grade should be Grade B or above. d) Students should have not less than 95% attendance rate. Form 3 (Promote to Senior Form College) a) Students should get all passes in the three subjects English, Chinese and Mathematics. b) The average mark of all subjects should reach 50 marks or above. c) The conduct grade should be Grade B or above. d) Students should have not less than 95% attendance rate. It will be regarded as a trial promotion or demotion if students cannot meet the promotion requirements. 2.03 Guidelines on Make-up Examinations 2.03.1 Make-up examination will be arranged for sick leave or casual leave (must apply in advance). Make-up examined subjects will be counted as 80% of the total mark. 2.03.2 No make-up examination will be conducted if students are absent with no reason. 2.03.3 Late-comers will not be given extra exam time or make-up examination. 2.03.4 Make-up examination is taken at 10:45 am on the next school day after the last test or exam day. No make-up examination will be arranged after this time unless special reasons are given. 2.04 Application for Testimonials, Transcripts & Letters of Attendance 2.04.1 All Form 3 students will receive their testimonials and transcripts from class teachers on the day of the Form 3 Graduation Ceremony at the end of an academic year. 2.04.2 Parents can apply for the testimonials, transcripts and/or letters of attendance for their child’s further studies. 2.04.3 Completed application forms should be submitted in person to the General office at least 10 working days beforehand. Normal processing time required upon receipt of the application form is 10 working days (excluding Saturday, Sunday and public holidays). 2.04.4 Only one copy will be issued to the applicant. Applicants are advised to make copies of the testimonials / certificates if necessary. The school will issue more testimonials / certificates upon the receipt of written requests from other academic institutes only. 2.04.5 The testimonial / certificate will be distributed to the respective applicant through the class teacher once it is ready.

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Section 3 Other Learning Experiences (OLE) The aims of the non-academic curriculum of this college include: a) To broaden students' horizons in non-academic areas for the development of a balanced life. b) To develop generic skills for life-long learning. c) To nurture positive values and attitudes. d) To enhance teamwork and the readiness to serve the others. e) To encourage active participation of students in extra-curricular activities.

3.01

Arrangement of the Gifted Education and Extra-Curricular Activities

3.01.1 Our school provides various extra-curricular activities and school teams for our students. 3.01.2 The updated information of the extra-curricular activities and school teams will be uploaded to the school homepage by the end of August every year. 3.01.3 Students can join the activities of their own choices in mid-September every year. The selection of school teams will also be carried out at the same time. 3.01.4 The following chart shows the details of the gifted education.

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3.02 3.02.1 3.02.2 3.02.3 3.02.4 3.02.5 3.02.6

3.03 3.03.1

3.03.2 3.03.3 3.03.4 3.03.5

Arrangement of the Activities Lessons The updated information of the extra-curricular activities and school teams will be uploaded to the school homepage by the end of August every year. Students can select the extra-curricular activities in mid-September. Students should select different activities for the first and second terms of the academic year. The extra-curricular activities will be held every week. (S1 activities will be on Monday, S2 activities will be on Wednesday and S3 activities will be on Friday.) All activities will start in October. Some activities require students to pay for the course materials.

Requirement for Services Every student is required to participate in voluntary service for at least five hours each year. It includes voluntary work and duties inside and outside the school. When a student leaves junior secondary college after three years, they should have at least 15 hours of voluntary service. Students may choose what voluntary service they would like to contribute to according to their interests and abilities. Students should record the services they have contributed to in their student handbooks. The number of hours will be recorded in students’ personal records of other learning experiences. Outstanding volunteers will be awarded at the end of the academic year. 9


Section 4 Other School Support 4.01 Student Subsidy 4.01.1 Application for Student Health Service a) All application forms will be distributed by school on the first school day in September. Applicants are expected to submit the completed forms to their class teachers by 4th September. b) Each particpating student will be scheduled for an annual appointment at a designated Student Health Service Centre according to the location of the attending school. c) An appointment letter will be sent to you through the school about one month before the appointment date. Parents are invited to accompany your child to attend the appointment. 4.01.2 Application for Personalized Octopus Card (Student Travel Scheme) a) Students who would like to apply for the Student Travel Scheme, must apply for a Personalized Octopus Card first. b) All application forms should be submitted to the class teacher by 4th September. Those who cannot meet the school deadline, can obtain the application form from the MTR customer service centre from 1st November onwards. c) Endorsed application forms should be submitted to school for the chopping of the school stamp first. Then, the students should submit the stamped application form and pay the fee to the MTR customer service centre in person. d) Students who apply through school, should keep the receipt as a temporary proof of the ‘Student Status’. When enjoying concessionary fares, students should bring the receipt and valid student cards with them. e) The Personalized Octopus Card will be given back to the school and distributed to the students before December. 4.01.3 Application for the School Textbook Assistance/ Student Travel Subsidy Schemes a) Parents can apply for the Assessment of Eligibility starting from May each year. b) If applicants have provided all necessary information, a notification of the result will be issued by the Student Financial Assistance Agency (SFAA) to the applicants in August of the same year. c) For families who can pass the means test, Eligibility Certificates (pink form) will be issued to those children whom the applicants have indicated the need for an EC in the application form. d) Parents should fill in the Eligibility Certificate and return it to school as soon as possible within the academic year. e) Families that have serious financial difficulties should apply for the scheme with a written letter and return it to the school with the Eligibility Certificate. f) For those who have not received any Eligibility Certificates and would like to apply for the Assessment of Eligibility within the academic year, Application Form A can be obtained from class teachers, the Home Affairs Department, the Regional Education Office or Student Financial Assistance Agency on or before 1st March each year. 4.02 4.02.1 4.02.2 4.02.3 4.02.4 4.02.5 4.02.6

Locker Arrangement The aim of providing lockers is to build up self-management skills of our students. The lockers are located in the corridor of each floor. Students are required to lock their lockers properly. They take all responsibility on their personal belongings. A locker is assigned to each student in September of every academic year. Students are required to bring their belongings home during a long vocation. All food and drinks are not allowed to be stored in the lockers. 10


4.03 Electronic Community (e-Class) The school introduced the eClass – the electronic community – in 2005, which helped build bridges of better communication between the school and other stakeholders, i.e. the students and parents. There are 3 major characteristics of the eClass: a) iMail – students and parents can send internal emails to teachers or other stakeholders; b) iSmartCard – students can record the attendance and borrow books from the school library with the student Smartcard. Parents are able to check their child’s attendance on-line; c) ePayment – students can make payments with the student Smartcard. A simple set of guidelines is shown as follows: (For more detailed guidelines, please refer to the teaching video clips on the front webpage of the school eClass - http://eclass.plktnkc.edu.hk/.) Step 1) Log on the school eClass with the given LoginID and Password

Step 2) Click on the iMail icon for checking and sending internal emails

Parents can compose, check and delete emails in the following interface.

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Step 3) Click the following icon iSmartCard to check the child’s attendance

Press the button [View] to see the child’s attendance. Step 4) Click on the following icon [Payment] to use ePayment

Step 5) Log off after use by clicking  at the top right-hand corner.

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Section 5 Home-School Connection 5.01 Parent Teacher Association Name in English : Po Leung Kuk Tong Nai Kan Junior Secondary College Parent Teacher Association Name in Chinese : 保良局唐乃勤初中書院家長教師會 Address : Inside Po Leung Kuk Tong Nai Kan Junior Secondary College, 11 Mei Lai Road, Mei Foo Sun Chuen, Kowloon E-mail : pta@plktnkc.edu.hk 5.01.1 Objectives: a) To enhance cooperation between teachers and parents to achieve the best education outcome. b) To establish a good relationship between the school and parents for better communication with one another. c) To establish a close partnership between parents and teachers to take utmost care of students’ personal and achievement development. 5.01.2

The 6th PTA Executive Committee:

Post

Chairperson Vice chairperson Parent Ms.Vitti Mr. Bendy Chan Chan Teacher ---------Ms. Siu Pui Yin, Vice-Principal

Treasurer

Secretary

Recreation

Ms. Amen Mr. SK Chan Ms. Silky Li Ma Mr. Lam Kam Ms. Chiu Ms. Wong Lung Man Ming Yin Man

Publicity

Publication

Ms. Michelle Ms. Amy Tang Lee Ms. Chan Ho Ms. Siu Yan Wing Ngan

Other than the first executive committee, an executive committee shall meet at least three times every academic year.

5.02 5.02.1 5.02.2 5.02.3 5.02.4 5.02.5

Notices to Parents School notices foster communication between the school and the parents/guardians. Notices are given out to keep parents informed of school policies, programs and activities. Under normal circumstances, school notices are given out on Tuesdays or Thursdays. Additional notices concerning emergencies will be distributed if necessary. All signed reply slips are expected to be collected on the following day. Please read the notices carefully in order to understand all the school policies and programs. The reply slips need to be signed by parents and/or approved guardians. The signature on all school documents must be the same as that in the record of the student handbook.

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5.02.6

Other means of communication To ensure high quality education to our students, it is important for teachers, parents, and student getting involved and informed in the educational process. Apart from regular notices, the school communicates with parents through a variety of means: a) Parents Orientation Day is held in mid-August to present the academic curriculum and other important aspects of school life. b) Parents are kept informed of their child’s progress via report cards that are issued four times per year. c) Parents’ Days are held in February and July each year. d) Parents are advised to check and sign the Record of Merit / Demerit and Message from school to parents in the student handbook regularly. e) Important / urgent messages and students’ daily homework are posted on our school webpage. f) Students are requested to call their parents if they need to stay after school concerning homework or study issues. g) Parents are encouraged to call the school to speak with teachers if they have questions or concerns.

5.03

Preventing Communicable Diseases in School With reference to the guidelines provided by the Department of Health, the diseases shown in the following list are communicable. To prevent the outbreaks of such diseases, parents have to restrain their children from returning to school before complete recovery if they have contracted such diseases. Bacillary dysentery , 桿菌痢疾 Chickenpox , 水痘 Cholera , 霍亂 Conjunctivitis , 紅眼症 Diphtheria , 白喉 Hand, foot and mouth disease , 手足口病 Measles , 痳疹 Meningococcal infections , 腦膜炎双球菌 Mumps , 腮腺炎 Poliomyelitis , 小兒麻痺症 German measles , 德國痳疹 Scarlet fever , 猩紅熱 Tuberculosis , 肺結核 Typhoid fever , 傷寒 Viral gastroenteritis , 腸道傳染病 Viral hepatitis A , 甲型肝炎 Whooping cough , 百日咳

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Section 6 6.01

Miscellaneous Information

Location of Special Rooms Location

Room/Place

Block NW SW SW SW EW EW EW EW NW EW WW WW EW SW NW WW SW WW SW WW WW WW WW EW EW WW

Canteen Chemistry Laboratory Conference Room Computer Room (220) Computer Room A Computer Room B Design & Technology Room Detention Room / Study Room (116) Hall Home Economics Room Integrated Science Laboratory Interview Room Language Centre Library Multi-Media Learning Centre Music Room Physics/Biology Laboratory Student Activity Centre 1 / Study Room Student Activity Centre 2 Visual Art Room Principal Room / General Office Vice-Principal Room Chief Academic Mistress Room Staff Room 1 Staff Room 2 Social Workers Room

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Floor G 5 1 2 4 5 3 1 1 4 5 1 3 3 4 5 4 G 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 1


6.02 Floor Plan of Campus & Emergency Evacuation Procedures 6.02.1 Floor Plan & Emergency Escape Route of Campus

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Home Economics Rm 1

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2C

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2E

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Home Economics Rm 2

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1F

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1H


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Integrated Science Lab

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6.02.2 Whole School Emergency Evacuation Procedure a) All students and staff are required to evacuate the building immediately when a fire alarm sounds or some other evacuation signal is given. b) Follow the evacuated layout instruction on each room to leave the building and assemble in school playground. c) The last person to leave an office, classroom, or lab will close the door behind them. d) Keep calm and follow the instruction of teachers. e) Use the nearest exit to leave the building. f) Use the stairwell only (hold on to hand rails). g) Do not use elevators. h) Never attempt to travel through smoke-filled or other imminently hazardous areas. i) If you encounter smoke in the stairwells, close the door and use a different exit. j) Never assemble near exits or fire lanes. k) Do not return to the evacuated building unless you are told to do so by in-charged teachers. 6.02.3 Bad weather warning procedures (Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No.8 or above / Red or Black Rainstorm Warning Signal) Bad Weather warning Hoisting Time

School Condition

Notice to parents

Before 6:15

 School is closed

 Parents should pay attention to the announcements of the Hong Kong Observatory or EDB about the school suspension on TV/ Radio

During 6:15 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

 School remains open for the arriving students

 Teachers will be responsible looking after the arrived students

(school starting time)

for

 Students will remain in school until a parent picks them up.  If parents cannot come to school, students will remain in school. With the permission from parents, students can leave school after contacting parents by telephone under safe condition.  When the Hong Kong Observatory announces that the bad weather condition persists and will get worse very soon, all students will be sent home within 1 hour. Students should contact parents by telephone before leaving.

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Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal  School remains Same as above No.8 or above is hoisted / will be open for the hoisted during 8:00 a.m. to 3:40 arriving students a.m. (school time)

Red or Black Rainstorm Warning  School Signal is hoisted / will be hoisted open during 8:00 a.m. to 3:40 a.m. (school time)

remains  School operates as normal.  If the bad weather condition persists after school, students will stay at school until the weather condition gets better.  If parents want to pick up students by themselves, they may contact school (Tel.No. : 21945707) before 3:30 p.m. The students will be arranged to stay at school until 5:30 p.m.

6.02.4 Suspected gas leakage a) In case of suspected poisoned gas leakage, school will inform the police and the fire station at once. b) If it is accessed that the school is not safe to stay, all the students will be dismissed. Class teachers will inform the parents individually by telephone. c) Parents’ letter will be issued on the next school day.

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