FAQ 常見問題

Frequently Asked Questions for S1 Admission Application

  1. When are the briefing sessions for Secondary 1 admission application of Stewards Pooi Kei College (SPKC)?
    Ans: The virtual briefing sessions will be held on Saturday & Sunday 28 & 29 November.
  2. When is the application deadline?
    Ans: The application deadline for hard copy application is Monday 7 December 2020
    The application deadline for online application is Friday 18 December 2020.
  3. When will be the interviews?
    Ans: Selected applicants will be invited to attend an interview between December 2020 and early February 2021. They will receive an interview notification by email at least a week before the interview.
  4. How many S1 students will be admitted in the coming school year?
    Ans: About 205.
  5. Will there be any places reserved for nominated schools (e.g. Stewards Pooi Kei Primary School)?
    Ans: No, but priority will be given to applications from the nominated schools.
  6. Will the school still accept applications after the release of SSPA result?
    Ans: The acceptance of the application greatly depends on the availability of the remaining places. Based on our previous experience, after the release of the result, the quota is very limited and the competition amongst the late applicants is relatively fierce. An applicant might still have to be on the waiting list even though he/she meets the basic requirements of the School.
  7. Can my child apply for SPKC and other government aided schools at the same time?
    Ans: Yes, a student can apply for both SPKC and other aided schools.
  8. If my child is accepted by SPKC, can my child still participate in the Central Allocation?
    Ans: Once a Secondary 1 place is offered by SPKC and is accepted by the parent, the parent has to sign an undertaking agreeing to forfeit any other government aided school placements. According to the Education Bureau (EDB) guidelines, a successful applicant also needs to hand in the original copy of the Primary 6 Student Record Form to SPKC. EDB will later be informed by the School that your child will not participate in the Central Allocation.
  9. If the parents do not sign the undertaking when their child is accepted by SPKC in the first or second batch interview, will they still get the chance to enroll after the release of the Central Allocation result in July?
    Ans: All previous applicants who forfeit the first offer will be treated as new applicants.
  10. When will the applicants be informed about the admission result?
    Ans: Application results will be released (whether accepted or not) via email not later than the end of April 2021.
  11. If brothers or sisters of the applicant are students of the School, will the applicant be admitted with privilege?
    Ans: It depends on particular cases, but all applicants must fulfill the basic requirements of the School.
  12. If the applicant is offered a place by another Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) school, will this affect the chance of being admitted to SPKC?
    Ans: No, unless the parent has signed an undertaking and handed in the original copy of the Primary 6 Student Record Form to that school. The undertaking is an agreement stating that the applicant is willing to accept the admission and forfeit any other offers granted by other schools.
  13. Does SPKC have a pre-set boy-girl ratio for admission purpose?
    Ans: No. But to maximize learning efficiency, the School will take into consideration the boy-girl ratio.
  1. Will all applicants be granted an interview?
    Ans: Due to the overwhelming number of applications (over 2,800 per year) and the limited S1 places (around 205 places), the school will only offer interviews to selected applicants, with reference to their academic results in primary schools, performance of extra-curricular activities and conduct grades.
  2. What are the criteria for Secondary 1 admission?
    Ans: The final decision is based on the applicant’s
    (a) academic performance;
    (b) conduct;
    (c) extra-curricular activities;
    (d) student interviews (individual interview and group interview).
    Religious beliefs of applicants and parents will not affect the final decision.
  3. What are the format and language used in the interview?
    Ans: The individual session is conducted in English and Cantonese, whereas the group session is conducted in Cantonese. There is no written test in the first and second batch interviews.
  4. If the English proficiency of student does not fulfill the admission requirement, will the School still consider the application?
    Ans: The medium of instruction of the School is English, thus all applicants must have the capability to learn through English. The School will have a thorough assessment of applicants.
  1. What is a Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) school?
    Ans: A Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) school is different from a government or an aided school as it is free to decide on its curriculum, fees and entrance requirements. With the subsidies from the government, the school is able to be more resourceful in providing students and parents with more choices to enhance quality of education. For details, please go to the webpage of EDB.
    http://www.edb.gov.hk/index.aspx?nodeid=1475&langno=1
  2. One of the focuses of the School is to widen students’ global perspective. Apart from local public examinations, will students take any international public examinations?
    Ans: Yes, our students have also taken other international public examinations in the past, like the International Schools Assessment (IAS) by Educational Assessment Australia.
  3. How does the School foster and develop students’ physical well-being?
    Ans: The School provides ample opportunities, such as PE lessons, training, performances and competitions, to foster and develop students’ potential in sports.
  4. Does the School put special focus on developing students’ musical talents?
    Ans: Yes, music education is one of our priority development items. Our lessons adopt the most popular “Performance-based Curriculum” with instrumental ensemble and chorus being its core. Together with the systematic music analysis and appreciation, theory training and integrated art creation, students can fully develop their music potential. To implement “One Student, One Talent”, various instrumental classes have been offered after class to provide students with reasonably-priced quality music learning opportunities.
  1. What is the teacher-student ratio? How many Native-speaking English Teachers (NETs) are there in SPKC?
    Ans: There are 6 S1 classes. Overall teacher-student ratio is 1:12. We have 3 NETs.
  2. Can all S3 students be promoted to S4?
    Ans: It is expected that all S3 students who fulfill the promotion criteria can be promoted to S4 in the School.
  3. Does the School organize any study tours?
    Ans: Yes, the School usually organizes a programme called “Learning without Walls” during the second term, which lasts for a week. Students may choose to stay in Hong Kong or go overseas. Students in the School have been to the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, France, Germany, Austria, South East countries and Mainland China to enrich their learning experiences.
  4. How does a dual class teachers system operate? Will the class teachers be promoted together with their students to the higher form?
    Ans: The purpose of dual class teachers is to provide thorough care to students. Class teachers will not necessarily be allocated to the same class as their students.
  5. Is there a repeating system?
    Ans: Yes, there is a retain system in the School.
    To be promoted to the next form level, a student must achieve the following:
    (a) an overall personal average score of 50 or above; and
    (b) a minimum conduct grade of B-; and
    (c) a passing mark in the subject English Language; and
    (d) a passing mark in at least one of the following core subjects: Chinese Language and Mathematics.
  6. What subjects are offered to S1 students?
    Ans: 
    (a) English Language
    (b) Chinese Language
    (c) Mathematics
    (d) Putonghua
    (e) Integrated Science
    (f) Integrated Humanities
    (g) Chinese History
    (h) Computer Literacy
    (i) Personal-Social-Spiritual Education (PSSE)
    (j) Visual Arts
    (k) Music
    (l) Physical Education (PE)
  7. What NSS subjects are offered to students?
    Ans: 
    (a) Physics
    (b) Chemistry
    (c) Biology
    (d) History
    (e) Chinese History
    (f) Geography
    (g) Literature in English
    (h) Literature in Chinese
    (i) Economics
    (j) Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS)
    (k) Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
    (l) Visual Arts
  8. How will the School help S1 students in adapting to an English learning environment?
    Ans: Before the start of the school year (in mid-August), S1 students will attend a summer bridging programme to learn different skills to meet the challenges arising from the new EMI learning environment. In addition, small-sized English classes will be offered to cater for learning differences.
  9. How many Uniform Tests and Examinations are there in a school year?
    Ans: Normally, there are two Uniform Tests and two Examinations in a school year.
  10. How does SPKC deal with different students’ learning ability? Would teachers give special care or extra lessons to students with weaker learning ability? Does SPKC have any related policy for the gifted students? Is there any support for students with dyslexia?
    Ans: Regular form meetings will be held by Discipline and Counselling Team with class teachers and subject teachers so that they can share their experiences in catering for students’ diverse learning needs.
    Besides, Students Enhancement Team (SET) of the school provides Study Skills Workshops to the students in need. The team will help cater for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). And there are enhancement and strengthening classes of core subjects (English Language, Chinese Language and Mathematics) and centralized supplementary lessons (for senior form students) for different level academic achievers.
  11. How could a student get scholarships from the School?
    Ans: Yes, there are a wide variety of scholarships (academic and non-academic) for our students of different forms. 
    We have School Fee Remission Scholarships for academic high achievers and students with outstanding performance in service, leadership, music, arts, etc. 
    Besides, Academic Scholarships and Subject Prizes are given to our academic high achievers in each form. The total amount of the academic-related scholarship is more than $400,000 per year.There are 6 S1 classes. Overall teacher-student ratio is 1:12. We have 3 NETs.
  1. How does the School implement the curriculum of Liberal Studies?
    Ans: Integrated Humanities is a core subject for junior students. Apart from conveying the content knowledge, teachers also introduce techniques required in studying Liberal Studies. The School employs qualified teachers in Liberal Studies, and we develop our curriculum with advisors and consultants.
  2. How does the School implement the language policy?
    Ans: Apart from Chinese Language, Chinese History, Putonghua, PSSE, Physical Education and Liberal Studies, all other subjects are taught in English. In addition, morning assemblies are conducted in different languages on different days (English on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; Cantonese on Mondays and Fridays; Putonghua on Thursdays).
  3. Are Chinese lessons taught in Putonghua?
    Ans: No, but there are Putonghua lessons every cycle.
  4. What is Integrated Humanities?
    Ans: Integrated Humanities comprises subjects such as History, EPA and Geography. All S1 to S3 students study Integrated Humanities. To go along with the project based learning, the School also introduces our own school-based curriculum with an emphasis on acquiring generic skills and developing positive attitudes and values among our students.
  5. What is “Learning Without Walls (LEWOWA)”? Is it compulsory for all students?
    Ans: Every student (except final year students) should participate in one LEWOWA programme each year, and he / she will be required to complete assignment(s) such as project work, log book, portfolio, presentation for assessment. For more information, please visit the LEWOWA webpage on the School website. http://www.spkc.edu.hk/LEWOWA/
  1. Will the school adjust the school fee every year?
    Ans: It depends on the situation, and the adjustment is for the preservation of quality education. Tuition affordability will be taken into consideration in the policy making process.
  2. Are there any school buses provided?
    Ans: Yes, the design of bus routes is based on the needs and the living areas of our students.
  3. What is the arrangement of lunch time?
    Ans: All junior form students are required to have lunch at school. They may either bring their own lunches or order them from the School lunch box supplier.
  4. What co-curricular activities are provided by the School?
    Ans: The School provides a wide variety of co-curricular activities. The teams and clubs in include (subject to change):
    Types
    Clubs / Teams
    Aesthetic Development
    Junior String Ensemble, Intermediate String Ensemble, Junior Handchime Ensemble, Senior Handchime Ensemble, Junior Band, Senior Band, Orchestra, Choir, A cappella Group, Visual Arts Club, Drama Club, Dance Club
    Intellectual Development
    Bridge and Board Games Club, Home Economics Club
    Moral & Civic Education and Spiritual Development
    Horticulture Club, Gospel Magic Club, Student Fellowship
    Academic Development
    English Debate Team, Chinese Debate Team, English Society, Chinese Club, Mathematics Team, Putonghua Club, BAFS Society, History Club, Science Club, Computer Club, Current Affairs Club
    Language Enhancement
    French, Japanese
    Physical Development
    Athletics Team, Badminton Team, Basketball Team, Soccer Team, Swimming Team, Table Tennis Team, Volleyball Team
    School and Community Service
    Student Union, Prefect Team, Saviour House, Priest House, King House, Christ House, Sports Association, Music Association, Interact Club, Careers Guidance Club, Red Cross, Scout, Student Librarian Team, Student Worship Team, English Ambassador, English Editorial / Publication Team, English Radio, Putonghua Ambassador, Photography Team, Stage Management Team, Campus TV Production Team, V-Power, I.T. Prefect, Student Ambassadors
    Special Programme
    i-Bond, Alpha Element Programme
  5. Does the School provide any financial subsidy?
    Ans: Yes, the School provides a Financial Subsidy Scheme for students in need. Upon approval, students may be partially or completely exempted from the payment of tuition fee.
  1. Is there a Parent-Teacher Association?
    Ans: Yes. The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) was established in 2006. The association aims at strengthening the connection and collaboration between the School and families of students. Through organizing regular activities, PTA would like to achieve the following:
    (a) To establish a good rapport among families,
    (b) To work hand-in-hand with the School to help our students develop a balanced life, with emphasis on moral education, intellectual growth, physical education, social development, aesthetic education and spiritual education,
    (c) To create the best learning environment for our students through continuous improvement of the school premises, facilities and equipment.
    In addition, the School also organizes a PTA choir. All parents are welcomed to join.
  2. Are there any social workers stationed in the School?
    Ans: Yes. Stewards Social Service Branch assigns two social workers to serve the students of the School.
  3. Does the School receive full pastoral support from any churches?
    Ans: Yes, Christian & Missionary Alliance Abundance Grace Church is the spiritual teammate of the School. She provides pastoral care to all our parents, students and teachers.

2020/21年度中一入學申請常見問題

  1. 貴校的中一入學簡介會何時舉行
    答:本校的網上中一入學簡介會將於2020年11月28及29日(星期六)舉行。
  2. 貴校中一入學申請何時截止?
    答:書面申請截止日期為2020年12月7日(星期一)
    網上申請截止日期為2020年12月18日(星期五)
  3. 校中一入學面試何時進行?
    答:面試將於2020年12月至2021年2月上旬進行,獲選之申請人將於面試前一星期收到有關面試通知的電郵。
  4. 貴校來年的中一收生額是多少?
    答:約 205位。
  5. 貴校有否預留特定的學位予聯繫小學 (例如:香港神託會培基小學)?
    答:沒有,不過聯繫小學的學生申請將被優先處理。
  6. 在中學學位分配結果公佈後, 貴校會否仍然接受中一學位申請?
    答:須視乎學位餘額多少而決定。根據以往經驗,在公佈中學學位分配結果後,本校剩餘的學額十分緊絀,屆時申請人之間的競爭將會相當激烈。換言之,即使申請人符合本校收生標準,很可能只被列入候補生名單。
  7. 我的子女可否同時申請入讀 貴校及其他政府津貼學校?
    答:學生可以同時申請本校及其他政府津貼學校學位。
  8. 如我的子女已被 貴校取錄,是否不能參加中央派位?
    答:本校取錄學生後,校方會要求家長簽署一份「家長同意書」,表示其子女願意放棄獲取政府資助的中一學位。
    根據教育局指引,成功獲得本校學位的學生,需要把「小六學生資料表」正本呈繳本校。之後本校會通知教育局該學生將不會參加教育局的資助學位分配。
  9. 如果 貴校在第一或第二收生階段已取錄我的子女,但及後本人決定放棄接受學位,到了7月想再次申請入學,校方會否考慮申請?
    答:曾被取錄但已放棄學額之申請人,若再次申請入學,校方會按處理新申請的手續辦理
  10. 申請人何時會知道申請結果?
    答:申請結果(不論取錄與否)將於2021年4月底或之前,以電郵形式通知申請者。
  11. 如申請人有哥哥或姊姊就讀 貴校,他/她會否被優先取錄?
    答:須視乎個別情況而作考慮,但申請人必須符合本校收生的基本要求。
  12. 如申請人獲另一間直資中學取錄,會否影響入讀 貴校的機會?
    答:不會,除非學生已辦妥另一中學的入學手續,包括簽妥家長同意書及遞交「小六學生資料表」正本,此等行動均視為接受該校學位而放棄其他學校提供的學位。
  13. 貴校有否規定男女收生的比例?
    答:沒有,但校方會按學習效能而考慮男女生的比例是否恰當。

  1. 是否所有申請者都有機會面試?
    答:由於申請人數眾多(每年超過2,800人),而中一學額有限(約205名),所以本校會參考學生提供之小學成績、課外活動表現、操行等資料,邀請部份申請人參加面試。
  2. 貴校按甚麼標準取錄中一學生?
    答:貴子弟獲取錄與否,取決於下列各項表現
    (一) 學業成績
    (二) 操行
    (三) 課外活動
    (四) 學生面試(包括個人面試及小組討論)
    申請人及其家長的宗教信仰並不會影響取錄結果。
  3. 貴校入學面試採用甚麼語言及甚麼形式?
    答:學生個人面試以英語和粵語進行,小組面試則以粵語進行。第一及第二階段不設筆試。
  4. 如果申請人的英語能力未達入學標準,貴校會否仍然考慮其申請?
    答:本校主要以英語授課,因此學生必須有能力透過英語學習不同科目,而校方將按收生標準對申請人作出全面的評估。
  1. 何謂直資學校?
    答:直資學校有別於官立和資助學校,校方有自由去訂定課程、學費及收生準則。透過政府資助,引入良性競爭,提升教育質素,使學生和家長有更多選擇。詳情可參考教育局網頁
    http://www.edb.gov.hk/index.aspx?nodeid=1475&langno=2
  2. 貴校強調國際視野,學生除參加本地公開考試外,貴校有否為學生報考其他國際考試?
    答:有,本校學生曾參加一些國際性的公開考試,例如由澳洲教育評核機構舉辦的「國際聯校學科評估」。
  3. 貴校如何培育及發揮學生運動方面的才能?
    答:本校透過體育科課堂、課堂以外的運動訓練、表演及比賽去發揮學生運動方面的才能。
  4. 貴校有否關注學生音樂才能的發展?
    答:有,音樂教育是本校的其中一個重點發展項目。
    本校課堂採用現時最流行的「表演為基礎課程」 (performance-based curriculum) 模式,以合奏與合唱訓練為課程核心,配合有系統的音樂闡釋及欣賞、樂理訓練和綜合藝術創作,全面發展學生的音樂潛能。本校設「一人一體藝」計劃,於課餘開設不同類型的樂器班,為學生提供廉價而優質的學習樂器機會。
  1. 貴校師生比例是多少?現時共有多少位外籍英語教師?
    答:現時設有6班中一,師生比例為1:12,共有3位外籍英語教師。
  2. 貴校是否所有中三學生都能直升中四?
    答:預期所有合資格升班的中三學生都能直升本校中四。
  3. 貴校有否為學生安排學習交流團?
    答:有,本校一般在下學期舉辦為期一星期的「學習無疆界」課程,學生可自由選擇留在香港或到外地作交流。本校學生曾往美國、加拿大、澳洲、日本、法國、德國、奧地利、東南亞國家及中國等地方作交流,從而豐富學生的學習經歷。
  4. 貴校的雙班主任制度如何運作?班主任會否與學生一起「升班」?
    答:雙班主任制的目的是為學生提供更全面的照顧。班主任不一定與學生一起「升班」。
  5. 貴校有沒有留級制度?
    答:學校設有留級制度。
    學生升班需符合以下條件:
    (一) 總平均分達50分或以上;及
    (二) 操行不低於B-;及
    (三) 英文科及格;及
    (四) 最少一科主科(中文、數學)及格。
  6. 中一生須修讀哪些科目?
    答:
    (一) 英國語文科
    (二) 中國語文科
    (三) 數學科
    (四) 普通話科
    (五) 綜合科學科
    (六) 綜合人文科
    (七) 中國歷史科
    (八) 電腦科
    (九) 綜合科學科
    (十) 生命成長科
    (十一) 視覺藝術科
    (十二) 體育科
  7. 貴校新高中開設哪些科目?
    答:在新高中學制中,除核心科目英國語文科、中國語文科、數學科及通識科外,學生可選修
    (一) 物理科
    (二) 化學科
    (三) 生物科
    (四) 歷史科
    (五) 中國歷史科
    (六) 地理科
    (七) 英國文學科
    (八) 中國文學科
    (九) 經濟科
    (十) 企業、會計與財務概論科
    (十一)資訊及通訊科技科
    (十二) 視覺藝術科
  8. 貴校如何幫助中一學生適應英語教學環境?
    答:本校每年於八月中為所有中一學生提供新生適應課程,以輔助學生適應新的英語學習環境。此外,學生將以小組形式上英語課,減少學習差異,以便老師照顧學生。
  9. 貴校每年舉辦多少次測驗及考試?
    答:一般而言,本校每年有兩次統一測驗和兩次考試。
  10. 貴校如何處理學生的學習差異?會否特別照顧能力較弱的學生或安排課後補課?有沒有資優教育方面的政策?對於讀寫障礙的學生是否有支援?
    答:本校輔導組會定期與班主任及科任老師進行級會議,讓老師可分享和交流在照顧學生個別差異的經驗和困難。
    此外,本校輔導組與學生能力提升組亦會為有需要的學生舉辦學習技巧工作坊,支援個別學生之學習困難,並於校內、外評估中為有需要之學生作特別安排。
    為進一步照顧學生個別差異,本校設有核心科目(中、英、數)的拔尖增潤課程,並會就高年級學生的程度,安排補課。
  11. 學生如何能獲取獎學金?
    答:本校為不同年級的學生提供了多項學術和非學術的獎學金。學業成績優異的學生或於服務、領導、音樂、藝術等領域有傑出表現的學生,可獲得學費減免獎學金。此外,學校會頒發學術獎學金和學科獎予各級學業成績優異的學生。每年學校投放於與學術相關的獎學金總額超過港幣四十萬元。
  1. 貴校如何推行通識科教育?
    答:綜合人文科是中一至中三級的核心科目,老師除提供知識之外,更向學生傳授學習通識科的技巧。本校聘有具備教授通識科資格的老師,並與校外顧問一起構思本校的通識教育課程。
  2. 貴校如何執行語文政策?
    答:除了中國語文科、普通話科、中國歷史科、通識科、生命成長科、體育科以外,其他科目均以英語授課。此外,本校逢星期二及星期三為英語日,逢星期四則為普通話日。
  3. 貴校中文科是否用普通話授課?
    答:不是,但本校每循環週均有普通話課。
  4. 何謂綜合人文科?
    答:綜合人文科將傳統初中的世界歷史、經濟及公共事務科和地理科作出統整,配合專題研習訓練,編寫出獨有的校本課程,以訓練學生的共通能力,幫助他們建立積極正面的態度和價值觀。所有中一至中三學生必須修讀綜合人文科。
  5. 何謂「學習無疆界」課程?學生是否一定要參加?
    答:每位學生(畢業班學生除外)每年必須參與一項「學習無疆界」課程,並須完成指定習作,例如專題研習、每日事記、文件集、演說報告等以作評核。詳情請瀏覽本校網頁「學習無疆界」部分:http://www.spkc.edu.hk/LEWOWA/
  1. 貴校會否每年調整學費?
    答:視乎實際情況而定,本校調整學費的出發點是維持優質教育,過程定當考慮家長的負擔能力。
  2. 貴校有沒有安排校車服務?
    答:有,校車路線將視乎學生的需要及居住地方而定。
  3. 學生午飯的安排是如何?
    答:所有初中生必須留校午膳,學生可自備食物或向供應商訂購飯盒。
  4. 貴校會提供哪些聯課活動?
    答:本校設有多元化的聯課活動。學會及團隊包括(或有變動):

    類別
    學會
    藝術發展
    弦樂小組、手鈴隊、步操樂團、管弦樂團、合唱團、無伴奏合唱小組、視覺藝術學會、戲劇學會、舞蹈學會
    智能發展
    橋牌棋藝學會、家政學會
    道德、公民教育及靈命發展
    園藝學會、福音魔術學會、學生團契
    學術發展
    英文辯論隊、中文辯論隊、英文學會、中文學會、數學隊、普通話學會、企業、會計與財務概論學會、歷史學會、科學學會、電腦學會、時事學會
    語言增潤
    法文、日文
    體育發展
    田徑隊、羽毛球隊、籃球隊、足球隊、游泳隊、乒乓球隊、排球隊
    學校及社會服務
    學生會、領袖生團、紅社、藍社、黃社、綠社、體育聯會、音樂聯會、扶輪少年團、升學及就業輔導學會、紅十字會、童軍、圖書館管理員、學生敬拜隊、英文大使、英文編輯部、英文廣播、普通話大使、攝影隊、舞台管理隊、校園電視攝製隊、培基義工隊、資訊科技大使、學生大使
    特別課程
    「樂」Teen力量、整全領袖訓練計劃
  5. 貴校會否提供經濟援助予學生?
    答:有,本校設有經濟援助計劃幫助有需要的同學,並會向通過審批的同學豁免部份或全額學費。
  1. 貴校有沒有成立家長教師會?
    答:本校已於2006年正式成立家長教師會,宗旨為加強學校與家庭的聯繫與合作。家長教師會希望達到以下的目標:
    (一)透過定期的活動,促進家長與教師彼此間的友誼;
    (二)攜手協助學生進德修業,促進學生在德、智、體、群、美、靈六育的發展;
    (三)透過持續改善學校各種設備及設施,為學生營造一個最佳的學習環境。
    另外,本校設有家長教師會合唱團,歡迎所有家長參與。
  2. 貴校有沒有駐校社工?
    答:有,本校有兩名由香港神託會社會服務部安排的駐校社工。
  3. 貴校有否得到基督教教會在牧養工作上的支持?
    答:有,沙田宣道會廣恩堂為本校的伙伴教會,專職家長、學生及老師的牧養工作。