How do you assess the effectiveness of a child’s learning? Aside from the usual pen and pencil assessment methods, our school has developed diversified modes of assessments for our P1 and P2 students. The teaching team designed over 20 subject-wide assessment stations. The assessment styles are unique, which includes communication, situational tasks, important life skills, listening and electronic assessments, etc.
During the two days of October 29 and October 30, children arrived at the hall with their assessment cards that were designed to replicate game tickets and they completed each assessment through the style of game activities.
Both the teachers and students learnt a lot from this experience. The participating teachers had the opportunity to assess the P1 and P2 students on a one to one basis and were able to understand each student’s learning progress in different areas. Students were also able to showcase their learning knowledge and skills through a variety of assessment methods.
We need to especially thank the parent volunteers for their time and endless effort. During the assessment, the parent volunteers not only assisted the teachers to finish their assessments, but they also became “Assessment Leaders” and arranged for the students to complete their tasks at different stations. With their assistance, the students were able to flawlessly complete their tasks. We can’t thank the parents enough for their effort!

Through this unique way of assessment, we believe it helped us understand better the students’ learning progress and it proved that there is more than one way to assess the effects of learning and teaching.

In order to enhance students’ understanding of to the issues about biology issues as well as our school theme this year ‘Healthy Life, Health Earthy’, the school has arranged an interdisciplinary learning field trip for P.1 & P.2 students. Zukan-MOVE is the No.1 Japanese Edutainment Wildlife Exhibition in the World Tour. Besides, students had chances to go out to observe of the MegaBox and observed around the buildings around which shows some of the characteristics of different kinds of buildings district areas such as industrial buildings and commercial building. In this field trip, students participated, enjoyed and learned happily throughout the activities. and participated.

The Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection (AFTEC) presents the Living Campus 2019. Sponsored by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation and supported by the Eden Project,
STREAM provides opportunities to teachers and students to take part in a multitude of cross-disciplinary, interactive and unique events in the Shalowan Living Campus.
FLOW is a cross-disciplinary outdoor arts & education event against the natural backdrop of Shalowan Village. Our Primary 3 students engaged in spectacular programmes which include visual arts installations with inspiring themes, performing arts with music creation & interactive theatre performance; arts education with storytelling, workshops, adventure trails & village tours. They witnessed the marvellous journey of General Odysseus in the famous ancient Greek myth; enjoy music composition based on water flow; artistic, iconic sculptures created with the theme of water, using natural & recycled materials, and with reference to the mythical, historical, rural or urban context.
Students loved the outing which involved multi-disciplinary and cross thematic learning in outdoor environment. Below are some pictures for you to enjoy.


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