The aim of Community-based Projects is to provide support service to the students, establishing
a long-term support service network within their communities. Diverse support and opportunities
are provided to underprivileged students to enhance their learning efficiency, broaden their
horizons through various other learning experiences, as well as develop their understanding and
sense of belonging towards society.
Applied by the school to the Education Bureau, the School-based Grant subsidizes underprivileged students in joining after-school extra-curricular activities.
Making good use of students’ after-school time, tutorial services assist students to solve difficulties on schoolwork and help them finish their homework efficiently. Tutorial services target to guide students on finishing their homework on time and mastering study skills.
Supported by Yellow Bus magazine, students are provided with a collection of bilingual (Chinese and English) readers, alongside with notes and worksheets tailor-made by our professional teaching team according to students’ age, language ability and interests. A variety of classes including phonics classes, grammar classes, “Little Reporters” classes, story-telling classes, etc., are offered, to strengthen students’ communication skills, enhance their self-confidence and induce their creativity. Additionally, memory training classes are offered to improve students’ learning efficiency, hence enhancing their academic performance.
Through various experiential learning activities, students are brought into a new yet challenging environment. We aim to develop their confidence, communication skills, teamwork as well as resilience towards adversities, from which they could utilize their potentials.
Through visiting cultural and historical sites, we aim to enrich students’ understanding of local history and heritage as well as to enhance students’ observation and teamwork. Seedland Educational Charitable Foundation collaborates with different schools and invites university professors as consultants for this project. We are more than welcome to have organizations joining us in making these study tours possible and successful.
Supported by various government departments, commercial corporations and social enterprises, Seedland Educational Charitable Foundation organizes a variety of visits for students, such as visits to the Legislative Council, Fire Stations and Ngong Ping 360, etc. Students are provided the opportunities to experience and acquire knowledge on the internal structure and operation of different industries and companies, thus to motivate them to learn and expand their perception to the world.
With more than 150 extracurricular activities and courses designed by experienced teachers and coaches, we aim to cultivate and enhance students’ holistic development in terms of moral, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic well-being. These activities and courses are not only interesting and comprehensive, but also feature creative learning materials and tools to foster students’ all-rounded development.