本校獲教育局增設外籍老師之教席，旨為學生設計不同類型的課程及活動。我們的外籍老師Mr. Timothy Harper 來自英國，他曾修讀英文及有關教育之課程，並曾於當地小學任教。希望同學們能多與外籍老師溝通，藉此多聽、多講英語。
English Week highlights included booth games and inter-class choral speaking competition. The booth games boosted students’ interest in learning new vocabulary and communicating in English.
The inter-class choral speaking competition improved students’ ability and confidence in speaking English aloud. Both attractions maximised students’ exposure to English.
NET Scheme at S.K.H. Lee Shiu Keung Primary School
Creating an English-speaking environment enabled students to overcome difficulties in speaking English. Our NETs, Mr. Harper and Mr. Connor, work in partnership with our experienced English language teachers. Our NETs help students learn English in an authentic English learning environment. In addition, they help develop school-based teaching strategies and curriculum materials and contribute to the professional development of fellow teachers.
Mr. Harper works with children at P.1, P.2 and P.6 levels, while Mr Connor works with children at P.3, P.4 and P.5 levels. Stimulating and enjoyable activities are conducted to enhance teaching and learning.
To better equip our students for a successful secondary school admission interview, Mr. Connor, Mr. Harper and the English teachers conducted an interview workshop for P.6 students in December. Through teachers’ demonstration in the mock interview workshop, students learnt about the basics and techniques of interpersonal communication. Students were able to indicate their strengths and weaknesses through the mock interview workshop. Each of them took turns to be the interviewer, interviewee, and the observer, the experience provided valuable feedback through peer-evaluation.
Letter to Mr. Harper
To improve students’ letter writing skills, Mr. Harper wrote a letter to all students at Christmas and Chinese New Year. Most students were eager to reply because they LOVE Mr. Harper’s lessons! ❤
They told Mr. Harper how they spent their holidays and suggested him some holidays destinations. Some students were so sweet and caring that they even attached some coupons for Mr. Harper in their reply letters.