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|
41 PE teachers from16 project schools(Stage2) attended this workshop to learn about creative teaching ideas and game-based learning strategies to increase student physical activity levels and enjoyment. Teachers were introduced the teaching of fundamental movement skills for different grade levels of students using the easy sports equipment. This was the first teacher workshop holding at a Project school.
Venue: SKH Holy Cross PrimarySchool
|Date:||11 December, 2018|
The first Inter-school Family Fun Day was held at the Sir Philip Haddon-Cave Sports Field of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Over 600 parents and students completed the “Fun Dance” together. They also participated in a series of games with fundamental movement skills and health-related fitness as the theme. Through engaging in fun, cooperative tasks and games, participants also felt their parent-child relationships were enhanced.
Acknowledgement should be made to the Hong Kong Karatedo elite athletes, Cheng Tsz Man and Ma Man Sum, to attend the event and cheer for the families. Special thanks are also given to the parent volunteers from Shak Chung Shan Memorial Catholic Primary School, PLK Tin Ka Ping Millennium Primary School, PLK Chee Jing Yin Primary School, TWGHs Yiu Dak Chi Memorial Primary School (Yuen Long) and TWGHs Sin Chu Wan Primary School to assist in the operation of the event.
Venue: Sir Philip Haddon-Cave Sports Field, CUHK
|Date:||24 November, 2018|
About 70 teachers from project schools attended the workshop. This workshop provided detailed information regarding project components and activities, fundamental movement skill assessment criteria, and assessments to health-related fitness. They also had an opportunity to experience project activities, including the Fun Dance, Ring the Bell, and All You Can Move activities.
|Date:||9 July, 2018|