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學校恢復面授課堂及評估之最新安排

(2021年3月10日公布)

教育局(2 月 3 日)宣布若個別學校能安排全校教職員定期進行病毒檢測,可按實際情況,考慮讓全校恢復半天面授課堂。感謝全體教師及職員為學生學習效益著想和 支持全面復課,願意參與檢測,把新冠肺炎檢測樣本瓶交回檢測中心,即是關愛學生 的表現,也體現團隊精神。本校收妥檢測陰性結果後,並經法團校董會同意及教育局批准後,本校將於 3 月 15 日(一)開始全面恢復面授課堂,上課時間仍以半天為限, 安排如下: 

 

日期

 小一至

小四

 小五至

小六

 

上學時間

 

放學時間

3月11日至

3月12日

 

 網上授課

 

 

回校面授課堂

 

 

上午8:15

 

 

下午1:20

3月15日開始

回校面授課堂


1.  學習安排

  • 學生將按原本時間表半日上課、穿著整齊冬季校服及帶備需用課本。每天上課前家長為子女量度體溫,並每天填寫由本校提供的「量度體溫記錄表」,簽署後由學生帶回學校;
  • 恢復面授課堂首天,學生須交回家長填妥及簽署的「學生外遊及健康狀況申報表」,帶回網上授課期間所有已完成功課回校,由各科任教師查閱學生的學習情況。曾染病並已痊癒的學生,如仍在強制隔離的 14 天內,切勿回校上課。
  • 為避免學生在校舍出入口、操場或禮堂聚集,學生回校後直接回到所屬課室,以中央廣播形式進行早會。
  • 為減低感染風險,家長務必安排子女於上學前進食早餐。小息時,同學應逗留在自己座位喝水或進食小食,並事前須用梘液及清水洗手或酒精搓手液潔淨雙手。每個課室內亦備有酒精搓手液,供員生消毒雙手。
  • 午膳及放學後留校活動均取消。
  • 恢復面授課堂後,家長一經證實以下情況,請即時致電本校(2712 1543)聯絡鍾嘉蓮主任,以便校方採取應變措施及通知教育局:

     (a) 學生證實染上 2019 冠狀病毒病

     (b) 學生被衞生署界定為 2019 冠狀病毒病確診個案的「密切接觸者」 

2.  活動安排
學校在全面復課期間,校內及校外活動安排如下:

  • 上課日下午,課後支援功課輔導班、非華語課後支援輔導班及中文、英文、數學提升班(直至第二學段評估開始)、插班生紅信造星計劃及資優小組均以網上形式進行,並將個別通知安排。3月18日(四)除外,當天所有下午網課取消,老師進行教師專業發展。

3. 第二學段評估安排

第二學段評估按照122號通告安排進行,評估日期不變,安排如下:

日期

3月11、12、15日

3月18、19、22日

3月25、26、29日

級別

小五至小六

小三至小四

小一至小二

注意事項:

  • 上學時間如常為上午8:15,放學時間為下午1:20,請家長依時接送學生。
  • 學生須穿著整齊校服回校參與評估。
  • 六年級第二學段評估為第三次升中呈分試,敬希注意。
  • 各級評估範圍已於第107號及122號通告列明,請家長嚴加督導學生勤加温習以預備是次評估,爭取最佳表現。
  • 提醒學生帶備評估所需之文具,如鉛筆或原子筆數枝、膠擦、直尺及顏色筆等,當日及翌日評估之課業作温習,以及帶備上課所需之課本
  • 如因天氣惡劣、特殊情況或教育局宣佈停課,應考科目於復課後第一天舉行,餘下順延。

4. 學生請假

  • 若學生需要在課堂請假,家長必須致電回校請假,並在學生手冊的請病假表內(頁 17)填寫請假日期及原因(需提供醫生證明書),回校後交班主任跟進。
  • 若學生連續缺席七個上課天,校方將呈報教育局缺課組跟進。

5. 1月4日(一)起,本校已全面使用GRWTH家校通訊手機應用程式,以電子通告取代紙本通告。家長須於家校通訊手機應用程式簽閱電子通告及進行電子繳費。

6. 家長應採取預防2019冠狀病毒病及流感措施,並留意子女的健康情況,避免帶子女前往人多擠逼、空氣流通欠佳的地方,同時保持均衡飲食、恆常運動及充足休息以增強免疫力。學童如有任何身體不適(即使徵狀非常輕微),不應回校及應盡快向醫生求診,以及早獲得適切診斷和治療。

7. 當校内學生因居住大廈須進行強制檢測,而學生屬《規例》下的「受檢人士」時,有關學生必須按公告於指定日期內儘快進行檢測,並須在檢測結果確定為陰性後,將相關証明文件(如手機短訊、檢測結果報告)通知班主任,才能回校上課。因此學生在確定自己須進行檢測時,必須立即通知班主任,並留在家中學習。

8. 學校將加強校園環境清潔衞生,做足預防措施。由於疫情仍不斷發展,請家長們密切留意政府相關部門最新的資訊,學校亦會密切留意最新情況,並向家長公布有關安排。家長如對上述安排有任何疑問,或在教養子女上需要支援,歡迎致電本校(2712 1543)與班主任聯絡。

 

 The latest arrangements of the resumption of classes and assessment 

Announced on 10th March

The Education Bureau (3rd February 2021) announced that if schools can arrange all teachers and staff to undergo regular virus testing, they will have the condition to fully resume half-day face-to-face classes. Thankfully all the teachers and staff were willing to participate in virus tests for the sake of students’ learning opportunities and in support of the resumption of face-to-face classes. Teachers and staff have returned specimens to the testing centres. This embodies caring for students, and also reflects a strong team spirit. As the school has collected the negative test results, and received approval by the Incorporated Management Committee and Education Bureau, the school will resume classes on 15th March (Monday) on a half-day basis. The arrangements are as follows:

Date

 P.1-P.4

P.5-P.6

 

 School time

11th March

to

12th March

 

Online Learning

 

 

Face-to-face learning

 

 

8:15am-1:20pm

 

 

Start from 15th March

 

Face-to-face learning

1. Arrangements of lessons

  • Students will have lessons according to the schedule on a half-day basis. They should wear suitable winter school uniform and bring their textbooks. Parents should check students’ body temperatures every day before returning to school campus. Students should submit the temperature record form with parents’ signatures to school for verification.
  • On the first day of resuming face-to-face classes, students should submit the "Student Outbound Travel and Health Status Declaration Form" which is to be duly completed and signed by parents, and bring back the homework completed during the online teaching period. The subject teacher will follow up student's learning status. Students who have been ill and have recovered must not return to school if they are still within the mandatory isolation period of 14 days.
  • To prevent students from gathering at the entrance, the playground and the hall in school, students should immediately go to their classroom when they come to school. The public announcement system will be used in lieu of morning assemblies.
  • To reduce the risk of infection, all students should have breakfast before going to school. During recess, students should use alcohol-based hand sanitizer or wash their hands with soap and water before eating or drinking. They should stay in their seats when they are drinking and eating. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer are provided for students and teaching staff in every classroom.
  • All luncheon and after-school activities will be cancelled. 
  • If a student has met any of the conditions listed below, the concerned parent should inform Miss Chung Ka Lin immediately at 2712 1543 to make contingency arrangements and inform the Education Bureau:  

       (a) Student is confirmed COVID-19 case;or

       (b) Students has been classified as a close contacts of a person infected with COVID-19

2. Arrangement of activities:

During the resumption of classes, there will be some arrangements for the activities inside and outside school.

The details are as follow:

  • In the afternoon of school days, After School Support Program, The Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Students After School Support Program, and Chinese, English and Mathematics academic improvement groups (until the start of the Second Term assessment), Star Making Program for transfer students and Gifted groups will be conducted in online mode. Parents and students will be notified of the arrangements of these programs individually. On 18th March (Thursday), all afternoon online classes will be cancelled, and teachers will participate in professional development.

3. Arrangement of the Second Term assessment:

The Second Term assessment will be conducted in accordance with the arrangement of Circular No. 122, and the assessment date will remain unchanged. The arrangements are as follows:

 

Date

11th March,

12th March,

15th March

18th March,

19th March,

22nd March

25th March,

26th March,

29th March

Primary

P.5-P.6

P.3-P.4

P.1-P.2

Reminders:

  • The school time is 8:15am-1:20pm as usual. Parents should pick up students on time.
  • Students are required to wear school uniforms to participate in the assessment.
  • Results of the Second Term assessment of P.6 students will be reported to the Education Bureau for third assessment report of the Secondary School Places Allocation System.
  • The scope of assessment at all grades has been listed in Circular No. 107 and No.122. Parents should supervise students diligently to prepare for the assessment and help them strive for the best performance. 
  • Remind students to bring along the stationery needed for the assessment, such as pencils or ball pens, erasers, rulers and color pens, also the study materials for the assessment on that day and the next day, as well as the textbooks needed for class.
  • If classes are suspended due to inclement weather conditions, special circumstances or the Education Bureau announcements, the subject assessments will be held on the first day after classes resume, and the others will be postponed.

5. From 4th January our school has used the GRWTH mobile app, replacing paper notices with electronic notices. Parents are required to sign the electronic notices and make electronic payments in the GRWTH mobile app.

6. Parents should take precautionary measures of influenza and pay close attention to the conditions of children. Parents should avoid bringing their children to crowded places with poor ventilation. Students should maintain a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and get adequate rest in order to strengthen their immunity. If students are feeling unwell (even if the symptoms are very mild), they must not return to school and should seek medical advice promptly to receive appropriate diagnoses and treatments.

7. The Government will delineate restricted areas and make a "restriction-testing declaration". If students within the areas are required to stay in their premises and undergo compulsory testing in accordance with the arrangement by the Government, and can only leave after the relevant test results are mostly ascertained, please comply. After the test result is determined to be negative, students should forward the relevant supporting documents (SMS, test result report) to the class teacher before returning to school. When students determine that they need to undergo compulsory testing, they must immediately notify the class teacher and stay at home to study.

8. The school will provide a hygienic environment to the students. Due to the current epidemic, parents should pay close attention to the latest information from the relevant government departments. The school will also keep track of the latest situation and announce the relevant arrangements to parents in a timely manner. If parents have any questions about the above arrangements or need support in raising children, please call our school (2712 1543) to contact the class teacher.