To foster a joyful English learning environment in order to arouse students’ interest in learning and enhance their ability for life-long learning.



  1. providing more opportunities for learners to use English for purposeful communication both inside and outside the classroom;
  2. making use of learner-centred instructions to encourage learner independence;
  3. making greater use of literary or imaginative texts to develop critical thinking and creativity; and
  4. promoting language development strategies, values and attitudes that are conducive to effective, independent and lifelong learning. 
Professional Supports
  • World Voice (2015-2016)

The programme was organized by British Council HK. Our teachers received training from Mr Richard Frostick, the Artistic Director of World Voice through a series of workshops, lesson observations and evaluations. In this programme, P1 students learned English through singing songs tailor-made by their teachers. Students and teachers both enjoyed the lessons and there was lots of fun!


  • STAR Programme by Education Bureau (2015-2017)

“STAR” is an online assessment repository designed by EDB. It helps teachers assess students’ performance through a computer system by generating instant assessment reports for teachers as reference. 
Our school joined the programme in 2016 as a partner school. Teachers in P3 level attended workshops and integrated the assessments into the curriculum by using them as pre-tests and post-tests. The next year our school became a network school. Teachers made use of the e-resources for both KSI and KSII to enhance the teaching and learning.


  • Quality Education Fund Thematic Network (QTN) on English Language (Primary) organized by CUHK (2016-2017)

P5 level joined the Quality Education Fund Thematic Network (QTN) on English Language of CUHK. Co-ordinators from CUHK and a partner school conducted co-planning meeting with the P5 teachers. They have given us advice on how to develop interesting and meaningful e-learning tasks for our students. Meanwhile P4 level developed a school-based e-learning curriculum. P4 students experienced a series of school-orientation hunting activities using ipads. The teaching and learning resources developed by both core and partner schools in the project are shared among one another other.



Reading Workshops

Students learn English not only for textbook. Interesting readers including fictions and non-fictions have been selected by our teachers and used as teaching materials in reading workshops. Local teachers and our NETs co-teach in the classroom. Various activities have been designed and carried our in the lessons. We hope students can learn English in an enjoyable way. 
- making things

using ipad (individual learning)

Reading together and role-playing


matching and sequencing

English Activities
  • English and Science Study Tour in Singapore (2017)
    • In 2017, nine P 4-6 students joined a five-day English and Science Study Tour in Singapore. They visited many scenic spots such as the Merlion and Marina Bay Garden. They also visited the North Spring Primary School and had interesting lessons with the students there.

    On the third day, they attended a technology lesson at the Singapore Science and Technology Centre. They learnt how to make the marble machine. All of them had a wonderful time there.

  • Interviewing tourists at the Peak and in the airport
  • Halloween activities
  • Chinese New Year activities
  • Drama performance
  • Reading Buddies



東華三院姚達之紀念小學(元朗) TWGHs Yiu Dak Chi Memorial Primary School (Yuen Long)
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地址: 新界天水圍天瑞邨第一期屋邨小學
Address: Estate Primary School, Tin Shui Estate, Phase I, Tin Shui Wai, New Territories
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