Through collaboration and partnership with school PE teachers, this workshop promoted the atmosphere of sharing good practices for learning and teaching enhancement to enrich teachers’ knowledge on developing an active and enjoyable PE lesson. The practical sessions led by the project school teachers and Professor Amy HA focused on the teaching of team (basketball), racket (mini-tennis) andindividual sports(trackandfield), followed by group teaching practice & demonstrations of context modifications and task progressions. This approach enhanced peer group learning and the application of quality physical education through professional exchange and experience sharing among the PE teachers.
Venue: Yeung Ming Biu Indoor Sports Centre,CUHK
|Date:||8 July, 2019|
Regular physical activity enhances health and cultivates positive values and attitudes in children. During this event, invited speakers including Mr Chui Ka-cheung, Principal of Aldrich Bay Government Primary School; Ms Anita Lee, Clinical Psychologist; and Professor Amy Ha, Principal Investigator of the Project, shared with the audience their knowledge and insights on the multitude of benefits that could be brought about by regular physical activity. The speakers also explained how and why parental support was critical to the healthy growth of children. The talk was attended by over 400 parents and children.
Activity Zones were set up on the event day, and participating families were invited to experience different fundamental movement skill-related family fun games. Many parents expressed that these interactive activities have brought them closer to their children and fostered the parent-child bonds. The event ended under a joyful atmosphere.
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Venue: Yasumoto International Academic Park LT1, CUHK
Yeung Ming Biu Indoor Sports Centre, CUHK
|Date:||29 June, 2019|
There was a huge turnout of over 1,000 people from almost 400 families for the third Inter-school Family Fun Day of the year, which was held at Sham Tseng Catholic Primary School. Building on completed successful events, we further added new game elements and activity class types to make the event more diversify and enjoyable.
This event would not have been successful if we did not have the venue and manpower support from the Sham Tseng Catholic Primary School. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the assistance from their teacher and parent volunteers, as well as the student ambassadors. In addition, we are also thankful for the support from Shak Chung Shan Memorial Catholic Primary School’ s teacher and parent volunteers.
Venue: Sham Tseng Catholic Primary School
|Date:||19 May, 2019|
This was the first Principal meeting of the Project, which aimed to further enhance engagement and communication among the project school principals. A total of 80 guests including Principals, school representatives and committee members attended the meeting. The twenty participating school principals shared on stage in groups the implementation and dissemination strategies and challenges, as well as their expectations and recommendations. We gained insights in to the exchange of experiences and best practices to promote school engagement for the Project. We also arranged a parallel briefing session about the Project information technology (IT) support for the school's IT staff.
Venue: Lecture Hall HTB B6, Ho Time Building, CUHK
|Date:||15 April, 2019|
The second Inter-school Family Fun Day under our project was held to encourage parents and children to develop a regular physical activity habit. This is also the first time a large-scale event was held at a project school. Despite of the rain, the enthusiasm of the participants was unaffected. Nearly 600 people attended a series of activities, including physical activity family classes, parent-child fun games, photo zone and physical fitness tests.
This event was supported by S.K.H. Yautong Kei Hin Primary School, which provided the venue, and the support from student and parent volunteers. This event was a great success!
Venue: S.K.H. Yautong Kei Hin Primary School
|Date:||13 April, 2019|
The workshop was well-received by PE teachers. Overforty teachers from 20 projects chools actively participated in practical and discussion sessions led by Project team. They were introduced student-centered practices and effective teaching strategies to enhance both "quality" (fundamental movementskills) and "quantity" (physical activity level) of students' physical ability. We also shared the empirical data collected from class observations and student questionnaires to strengthen teachers’ application of quality physical education in their classrooms.
Venue: Yeung Ming Biu Indoor Sports Centre, CUHK
|Date:||22 February, 2019|