School Library

 

Aims
Provide students with a good learning environment
  • Information and references are always on hand
Build up a good reading habit
  • Promote reading habits through reading varieties of books
Life-long learning
  • Students are encouraged to seek for information from the school and public library
Widen students’ horizon
  • Broaden students’ knowledge through reading

 

Theme of the year

Fun to read in the library

 

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:
7:45 am (before school), Recess, Lunch Break & after school

 

Borrow Limit for Library Books

Each student may borrow a maximum of 4 books according to student’s class level

 

Time Limit for Borrowing Library Books

Library books for lending may be borrowed for a period of 14 days

 

Best Reader Award Programme

 

Aims
  • In order to help students to build up their reading habits, parents are encouraged to read with their children every day
Build up a good reading habit
  • Students are encouraged to read different kinds of book so that their reading interests and reading abilities can be strengthened
Life-long learning
  • Students are encouraged to search information from the school and public library
Widen students’ horizon
  • Students can learn more by reading different kinds of books

 

Details

To become the best reader, students need to obtain four Grade A in the following five categories: number of books borrowed including from school or public library, reading attitude, number of times reading in the library, participation in the reading programs and activities, and number of reading reports. They will be awarded with a “Best Reader Certificate”.

 

Assessment Criteria:
Topic

Number of books borrowing in school or public library

Assessment method

Books borrowing record

Teacher-in-charge

Library teacher
Ms.Peggy Li

 


 

Topic

Reading Attitude

Assessment method

Concentrate on reading in the specific period of time

Teacher-in-charge

Class teacher
Library teacher

 


 

Topic

Participation in the reading programs and activities

Assessment method

The number of times participation in reading activities

Teacher-in-charge

Library teacher
Ms.Peggy Li

 


 

Topic

Reading Reports

Assessment method

The number of reading reports

Teacher-in-charge

Library teacher
Ms.Peggy Li

 


 

Topic

Number of times reading in the library

Assessment method

Makes good use of time in reading in the school library

Teacher-in-charge

Library teacher
Ms.Peggy Li

 

Important note:
  1. The record of students in P.1 to P.6 will be counted at the end of the academic year.
  2. The aim of the programme is to encourage students to read positively and put much emphasis on it, as well as promoting the practice of reading. Also, parents and teachers can encourage and instruct students counting their records honestly.
  3. Borrowing record includes the number of books borrowed from the school and libraries outside of the school (e.g. public library).

 

Our Library

 

 

 

Reading Activities

 

Hand-in-hand reading scheme

 

 

 

E-learning partners scheme

 

 

Parents Reading Talk

 

 

Book Store Visiting