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Introduction

A tailor-made, intensive English bridging programme for students who have newly settled in Hong Kong.

Fukien Middle School (North Point) offers students who have newly settled in Hong Kong a tailor–made, intensive English bridging programme with levels ranging from Primary 1 to Secondary 3.

Class Streaming

Students are streamed based on their levels of proficiency, instead of their ages or grades. The measure can ensure the content offered in the curriculum addresses students’ genuine need. It is anticipated that students will be equipped with a decent level of English proficiency after the six-month programme, thereby facilitating their subsequent transfer to local mainstream primary and secondary schools.

Small Class Teaching

The school adopts a small class teaching approach (about 20 in a group) in order to optimize students’ learning outcome. Such an arrangement enhances students’ degree of engagement and interactivity in classes. In addition, afterschool and holiday remedial classes are offered.

English E-Learning

The school provides students with e-learning opportunities. e-books and e-games are introduced into English lessons to stimulate students’ learning interest and to learn the language more effectively.

Native English Teacher

A Native English Teacher is employed to allow students to be exposed to the Received Pronunciation (RP) accent. The introduction of a Native English Teacher is expected to reinforce students’ level of competence in reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

Suggested Websites for English Learning

Activities

English Class Showtime

A Native English Teacher is employed to allow students to be exposed to the Received Pronunciation (RP) accent. The introduction of a Native English Teacher is expected to reinforce students’ level of competence in reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

Festive Activities

Festive activities (e.g. at Easter, Halloween or Christmas) are organized once every term, allowing students to experience a taste of Western culture. Game booths, which are designed by students, are set up in the hall and classrooms.

English Book Review Sharing Session

The school strongly encourages students to develop the habit of reading English books. Students are required to deliver an individual presentation on book review during class time or Morning Assemblies. The measure intends to boost their confidence in public speaking.

Wall-mounted Vocabulary Cards and Students' Works

Vocabulary cards are put up onto the walls of the school building to enrich students’ vocabulary bank. The themes include “The landmarks of Hong Kong”, “Local and Western Festivals” and “Confectionery” etc. Students’ good works (e.g. Book Reviews, Design of Commercial Posters) are also displayed. The good works are expected to serve as models for other students to learn from.