伊斯蘭鮑伯濤紀念小學

Islamic Dharwood Pau Memorial Primary School

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About Us

School Information

 

Supervisor / Chairman of Management Committee

School Head

Incorporated Management Committee

School Type

Student Gender

Religion

Mr. Ma Fung Wai Kasim

Ms Salim Sekena

Established in 2007

Aid

Whole Day

Co-ed

Islam

Name of Sponsoring Body

School Motto

Years of Commencement of Operation

Medium of Instruction

School Bus

Area Occupied by the School

The Chinese Muslim Cultural & Fraternal Association

Well-educated &

Love Others

1997

English

School Bus

About 5000 sq. m

 

School Facilities

No. of

Classrooms

No. of Playground(s)

No. of

School Hall(s)

No. of

Library(ies)

Others

24

3

1

1

LCD projector, Visualizer, Tablets for eLearning

Special Rooms

Facility(ies) Support for Students with Special Educational Needs

Library, Computer room, Music room, Visual Art room, Campus TV studio, Multi-purpose room, Dance room, Remedial room, English reading room

Ramp, Accessible lift and Accessible toilet

 

Teaching Staff Information (including School Head) in the year 2020/2021 school year

Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment

26

Total number of teachers in the school

30

Qualifications and professional training (%)

Years of Experience (%)

Teacher Certificate / Diploma

Bachelor Degree

Master / Doctorate Degree or above

Special Education Training

0-4 years

5-9 years

10 years or above  

100%

100%

43%

43%

47%

13%

40%

 

Class Structure

 

 

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

Total

2020/2021 school year

No. of classes

2

1

2

2

2

2

11

2021/2022 school year (Based on the approval of EDB in March/April 2021)

No. of classes

2

2

1

2

2

2

11

Mode of teaching at different levels

P.1 to P.6 implements the Small Class Teaching

Remarks

  • Mainstream curriculum and school-based adapted curriculum are implemented for Chinese Language and Putonghua.

 

  • Mainstream curriculum of the mentioned subjects would be arranged for the non-Chinese speaking students based on their abilities.

 

Performance Assessment

No. of exam(s) per year

No. of test(s) per year

Streaming arrangement

2

2

Streaming system is based on internal assessment results for all grades.

Diversified Assessment for Learning

Formative assessment and Summative assessment: Written, Oral, Presentation, Practical and Project report

 

School Life

No. of school days per week

No. of periods per day

Duration of each normal period

School starts at

School ends at

Lunch break

5 Days

9

35 min

8:00 AM

3:20 PM

12:20-13:20

Lunch arrangement

Healthy school life

Remarks

Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents

 

  1. Smart-eater policy: everyday fruit, healthy lunchbox
  2. Cross-curricular health learning programme
  3. Student Wellness Team
  4. Physical Fitness Programme

 

  1. Weekly co-curricular programmes and moral education programmes
  2. After-school multi-intelligence programmes: sports and aesthetic training
  3. After-school enrichment programmes: Little Writer, subject-based and homework tutorial etc.

 

 

School Characteristics

School Management

School Management Organisation:

  1. School Affairs (Resources Management, IT, Green School)
  2. Learning & Teaching (Curriculum Development, Academic Affairs, Student Support, Professional Development)
  3. Student Development (Extra-curricular Activity, Discipline & Guidance Team, Student Affairs)
  4. School Promotion and Development (School Publication, Parent-teacher Association, Student Alumni Association)

School Green Policy:

Whole-school approach to effective use of resources: electricity, water, paper; Implement Eco-Lunch: Smart-eater Scheme, and Green The School Project

School's Major Concerns:

  1. Enhancing using assessment data to promote teaching and learning
  2. Strengthening eLearning to promote self-directed learning
  3. Constructing Happy Campus to nurture students' wellness

Learning and Teaching Plan

Learning & Teaching Strategies:

Implementing student-centered strategy through experiential learning; cooperative learning, high-level questioning and tasks to promote students' learning effectiveness

Development of Key Tasks:

  1. Moral & Civic Education: Promote a healthy lifestyle and positive values by experiential learning (community services), picture book (life education)
  2. Reading to Learn: Promote reading habits by reader-friendly environment:online reading system, thematic reading programmes
  3. Project Learning: Integrate STEM education into co-curricular project-based tasks, and foster multiple generic skills of collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and creativity
  4. Information Technology and Interactive Learning: Further develop the skill of searching and use of information from online resources

Development of generic skills:

Through varied learning tasks, we cultivate students with skills of problem-solving, collaboration, creativity etc.

Cultivation of Positive Values and Attitudes:

A holistic approach cultivates students with positive values, which include self-disciplined, perseverance, optimism, confidence, appreciation and empathy.

Student Support

Whole School Approach to Catering for Learning Diversity:

  1. Implement spilt-class teaching to further cater for students with learning needs
  2. Design graded tasks and materials both for activities in class and for home assignment
  3. Adopt the cooperative learning approach to encourage interaction among peers of different abilities and to foster students' learning motivation
  4. Implement a small steps approach and provide substantial support to students with learning needs

Whole School Approach to Integrated Education:

  1. Student support team collaborates with EDB student support unit and different experts to provide varied educational and therapeutic services to students with special educational needs (SEN) include speech therapy etc
  2. Implement 3-Tier Intervention Model: Tier-1 supports students with mild learning difficulties; Tier-2 supports students with persistent learning difficulties; Tier-3 which IEP is arranged to support students with severe learning difficulties
  3. Early Identification and Intervention for Primary One students
  4. Varied supportive learning modes: small group teaching, after-school supplementary programmes, support teachers and teaching assistants provide help to SEN students in class
  5. Homework adjustment and special examination are arranged for SEN students.

Education Support for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Students:

Our school provides additional support for NCS students to facilitate their learning of Chinese: providing after-school programmes in learning Chinese; appointing additional teacher(s)/teaching assistant(s) to support NCS students' learning of Chinese; arranging intensive Chinese learning and teaching mode(s), e.g. pull-out learning if necessary, split-class/group learning, etc; developing school-based Chinese Language curriculum and/or adapting learning and teaching materials; organising cultural integration activities; and hiring additional manpower and/or translation/interpretation services to facilitate the communication with parents, Chinese Reading Programme

Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation

  1. Re-design the tasks and objectives in more specific and small steps approaches to ensure students' learning dynamic
  2. Theme-based tasks facilitate students' progressive mastery of complicated objectives

Home-based Co-operation and School Ethos:

Home-School Co-operation:

  1. Organise varied programmes: Class-based (e.g. New Parent Workshop), Level-based (e.g. P.6 SSPA Parent Meeting), Theme-based (e.g. Happy Family Programme)
  2. Parent Volunteer support varied functions (e.g. Culture Day)
  3. Parent Committee and Parent manager involve in school matter discussion

School Ethos:

  1. Foster caring atmosphere: In-school volunteer programme: Peer-tutoring Programme, Reading Buddy Scheme
  2. Raise concern about the community: Co-organise programmes with NGOs: Light-meal programme, Blindfold lunch
  3. Nurture the sense of appreciation: Celebration of Father's and Mother's Day, Respect Teachers' Ceremony, Good-People-Good-Deeds Programme
  4. Advocate physical well-being: Fitness corner, Floor curling arena, Smart-eater Programme
  5. Cultivate mental well-being: UAP (resilience), Small-group training: Good temper (emotion control), Yes-I-Can (confidence building)
  6. Strengthen self-management: Smart Homework Scheme, Goal-setting Programme, Classroom leader Programme, Punctuality Scheme

Future Development

School Development Plan:

  1. Enhancing the use of assessment data to optimize teaching and learning
  2. Strengthening eLearning (BYOD, STEM etc.) to promote self-learning
  3. Enhancing the multi-intelligence programmes for nurturing talents

Teacher Professional Training & Development:

  1. Regarding school development, teachers participate in programmes of IT in education, Talent education and use of assessment data to improve teaching and learning etc.
  2. For curriculum development: Chinese (Reading to learn, NCS curriculum); English Language (school-based curriculum framework); Mathematics (use of assessment data to improve the teaching strategies)

 

Contact Us

  • Tsz Lok Estate Phase I, Tsz Wan Shan, Kowloon
  • 2320 1300
  • 2322 6566
  • idpmps@idpmps.edu.hk