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What's New

  • English Alliance 2016/17

    To further arouse students’ interest in reading and using English and encourage them to engage more deeply with texts for better understanding and greater pleasure, SCOLAR launches a new series of creative, inspirational, meaningful, fun and educational programmes for primary and secondary school students in the 2016/17 school year.

    For details, please click here.
  • Young Writers Training Programme

    The programme aims at arousing students’ interest in writing and enhancing their organisation, observation and communication skills through creative and educational activities, including workshops, mobile classrooms, writing day camp and intensive reading sessions.

    For details, please click here.
  • Project of Adventure Time – Word Detective

    The programme aims at arousing students’ interest in reading and writing through the Reading Record Card, the Word Detective Day and writing competition, and enhancing students’ writing skills through extensive reading.

    For details, please click here.
  • Reading and Writing My City: Literary Walks for Junior Secondary School Students

    The programme aims at giving students more inspiration for writing through thematic literary field trips guided by young writers, and encouraging students to share their writing experiences and outcomes with other students and schools through the literary landscapes database, sharing sessions, writing competition, public seminar and publication of an anthology.

    For details, please click here.
  • Project on Supporting Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Children in Learning Chinese

    SCOLAR, in collaboration with two non-governmental organisations, organises district-based and interesting educational programmes to motivate NCS children aged between 3 to 9 to learn Chinese language in their early years.

    For details, please click here.
  • Hong Kong Senior Secondary Students Putonghua Public Speech Competition 2017

    A series of activities including seminars, workshops, on-site guidance sessions, training camp and public speech competition will be organised for senior secondary school students to enhance students’ skills in using Putonghua for communication and presentation.

    For details, please click here.
  • Putonghua Storytelling Competition for Primary Schools

    The competition aims to enhance primary school students’ ability in using Putonghua for communication through providing students with workshops on public speaking and storytelling.

    For details, please click here.
  • The 19th Putonghua Public Speaking Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools

    This largest Putonghua public speaking competition in Hong Kong aims at promoting the learning of Putonghua in primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong and enhancing students’ language competency.

    For details, please click here.
  • Putonghua Drama Performance for Primary and Secondary Schools

    This interactive drama performance aims to present to students the fun and lively side of Putonghua for arousing students’ interest in learning Putonghua and nurturing their lifelong learning attitude.

    For details, please click here.
  • Putonghua Drama Performance for Secondary Schools in 2016 (Part II)

    The interactive drama performance provides students a platform to learn Putonghua through active interaction with the actors/actresses and arouse their interests in using Putonghua.

    For details, please click here.
  • The 32nd Sing Tao Inter-School Debating Competition

    This annual debating competition aims to provide students all round training on language, debating, analytical and organisational skills, and to arouse their interest in social affairs and liberal studies.

    For details, please click here.
  • National Essay Writing Competition (HONG KONG)

    With a view to creating and nurturing a writing culture in schools and arousing students’ interest in writing, SCOLAR has been sponsoring the “National Essay Writing Competition (HONG KONG)” since the 2012/13 school year.

    For details, please click here.
  • ‘My Story Creation’ Primary School Programme

    The Programme aims to provide primary school students the opportunities to develop their skills in writing and creating stories.

    For details, please click here.
  • The 16th Annual Hong Kong International Literary Festival and the 6th Hong Kong International Youth Readers Festival

    The Festival aims to engage people of Hong Kong in various literary activities conducted by a wide range of international authors from all genres, including fiction and non-fiction, prize-winners, bestseller and first-time writers.

    For details, please click here.
  • The 7th Hong Kong Inter-Primary Schools Debate Competition

    The Competition aims to improve primary students’ reading, writing, listening, speaking and organisational skills, as well as enhance students’ awareness of current affairs.

    For details, please click here.
  • Enhancing Hong Kong Preschoolers’ English through Adult-child Collaborative Creation of English Comic Strip

    The Project aims to share with parents tips to arouse preschoolers’ interest in learning English at home through organising a territory-wide parent-child comic strip competition and seminars.

    For details, please click here.
  • Upward Adjustment of Maximum Subsidy under the Professional Development Incentive Grant Scheme for Language Teachers

    SCOLAR sets up the Professional Development Incentive Grant Scheme for Language Teachers to encourage serving teachers of the Chinese and English Language subjects who joined the teaching profession before the 2004/05 school year to pursue recognised programmes of studies for enhancing their subject knowledge and pedagogy in the language they teach.  Each applicant may receive an upward adjustment of the maximum subsidy level from $30,000 to $50,000 upon his / her successful completion of the approved relevant programme of study starting from 1 September 2014.  Retrospective arrangements are only applicable to those applicants completing the relevant programmes of studies from January to August 2014.  There is NO arrangement to top up the subsidy for the programmes of studies completed on or before 31 December 2013.

    For details, please click here.
  • Professional Enhancement Grant Scheme for Chinese Teachers (Teaching Chinese as a Second Language)

    As part of our continuous endeavor to enrich the continued professional development of teachers, the Education Bureau launches a Professional Enhancement Grant Scheme for Chinese Teachers (Teaching Chinese as a Second Language) starting from the 2014/15 school year on a pilot basis.  Under the Scheme, through the provision of a grant, serving Chinese Language teachers are encouraged to take courses that aim to enhance their practical pedagogical knowledge and skills in teaching Chinese to non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students.

    For details, please click here.
  • Professional Development Incentive Grant Scheme for Language Teachers

    SCOLAR set up the Professional Development Incentive Grant Scheme for Language Teachers in April 2004 to encourage serving teachers of the Chinese and English Language subjects to enhance their subject knowledge and pedagogy in the language they teach.

     Programmes accepted for grants (July 2016 version)