This project aims to provide support, opportunities and appropriate community resources for students who come
from low-income families and thus achieving a balanced and positive holistic development in both their academic, physical and
mental aspects as well as building a network with mutual support. Overall objectives include:
To provide effective and stable after-school homework tutoring with a purpose to enhance students’ academic performance and improve their learning attitudes
To cultivate students’ self-reflective ability and interpersonal skills through diversified interest and personal growth trainings in developing their emotional expression and good morals and thus achieving comprehensive development.
- To broaden students’ horizon through outdoor visits in enhancing their multi-angle thinking ability.
- To nurture students’ awareness to the society through community exploration, volunteer training and practice so as to jointly build a harmonious community.
- Primary 1 – Secondary 6 students students who receive Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) or full grant under the Financial Assistance Scheme for Students.
- Schools may, at their discretion, provide no more than 25% of the quota to impoverished students who do not receive CSSA or student financial assistance.
Diversified after-school activities are launched in response to various needs of the target students, including:
* Including arts and culture, sports, leadership training, volunteer services, self-confidence training, social and communication skills training, outward bound, etc.
How to Apply
The Centre can help needy students to apply for “Community-based Project” approach.
Contact and Enquiry
Address: Room 1501-1505, 15/F, Lancashire Centre, 361 Shau Kei Wan Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
Tel: 3188 9004
Fax: 3188 9934