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Tsuen Wan

AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College

Address: Estate Secondary School No. 2, Shek Wai Kok Estate, Tsuen Wan, N.T.
Tel: 24145151
Fax: 24158226

How to travel to AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College

The school is near Tsuen Wan MTR terminus. Buses: 32, 32M, 36, 43X, 40P, 234C; Public light buses: 81M, 94, 312.


AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College is a Aided Co-ed secondary school located in Hong KongThe school was founded in 1979. The school is located in Tsuen Wan, and covers an area of approximately 4000 square meters. The supervisor/chairman of the school management committee is Lee Ka Chung, J.P. Mr.,And the principal is Chik Man Hin Mr. (BBA(Economics), Dip. Ed., M.Ed.). The sponsoring body of AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College is The Association of the Directors & Former Directors <br>of Pok Oi Hospital Limited and is a non-religious school. The mission of the school: "With the purpose of exercising our motto, "Exercise Fraternity and Benevolence; Practice Kindness and Virtuous Deeds", we provide quality education which emphasizes students' moral, cognitive, physical, social and aesthetic development. In the meantime, we are committed to nurturing students’ moral development and enhancing academic achievements in terms of strengthening their self-learning ability, broadening international outlook, taking on responsibilities and the correct attitude of tolerating lifelong hardships so as to equip them to be morally and culturally intellectuals who serve the HKSAR and the mother country."School has Parent-Teacher Association,has student union,doesn't has IMC,has old students/alumni associations, the existence of these organizations promotes the cohesion and cooperation of the school community. The motto of AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College Adhering to the school motto of Exercise Fraternity and Benevolence; Practise Kindness and Virtuous Deeds., encourages students to strive for excellence in academic, moral and personal growth.

Admission Information


Class Structure

Form 1: 4 classes. Form 2: 4 classes.
Form 3: 4 classes. Form 4: 4 classes.
Form 5: 4 classes. Form 6: 4 classes.
^It is important to note that these class numbers may change over time, so students and parents should check with the school for the most up-to-date class structure when applying for admission.


Secondary One Entrance

Our school will accept discretionary places. Our school will participate in the Secondary School Places Allocation System through central allocation stage (Applicable for admission to S.1 in September 2023 ).Selection criteria:
Academic performance a) Academic results in P.5 and P.6 b) Rank Order list provided by the EDB (30%);
Conduct (30%); Performance in interview (20%);
Performance in Extra-curricular Activities/Awards/Services (20%).


Orientation Activities and Healthy Living

Our school has arranged a variety of activities for students as well as their parents to have a better understanding of our school and its environment.
1. A seminar about the operation of our school was held for Secondary 1 parents.
2. A diagnosis test on Chinese, English and Mathematics was conducted to allow us to adjust teaching strategies.
3. A Bridging Course and Marching Training was arranged for Secondary 1 students to accustom to the requirements and pedagogy of our school.
4. A life camp for newcomers was organized to let students get to know each other and raise their sense of belonging.
5. Secondary 1 and Secondary 2 students must stay in school for their lunch, and a wide range of after-lunch activities will be provided to fulfill their developmental needs.
6. The health education committee regularly organizes activities to provide students with activities related to physical and mental health helping students establish healthy living habits.

2022-2023 Annual Fees

The tuition structure for AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College is as follows:
∎ Form 1: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $100".
∎ Form 2: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $100".
∎ Form 3: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $100".
∎ Form 4: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $390".
∎ Form 5: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $390".
∎ Form 6: Tuition is $0/year, lecture fee is $390".
The PTA dues are $150 (permanent) per year.
Student union fee: $10".
The approved charge for non-standard items is Approved Charges for Specific Purposes (for S.1-S.5: $300; S.6: $250) per year.
Other charges/fees: House fee: $10.
^Please note that the above prices and charges are for reference only and may change over time. Students and parents should check with the school for the latest tuition and related fee details when applying for admission.

​2022-2023 Faculty Profile (Including Principal)

Based on 2022/2023 data, AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College has a total of 60 teachers and 56 approved teacher positions. The qualifications and professional training of teachers are as follows:
∎ Diploma of Education: 89% of the total number of teachers in the school.
∎ Bachelor's degree: 98% of the school's faculty.
∎ Master's degree, doctoral degree or above: accounting for 55% of the total number of teachers in the school.
∎ Special education training: 28% of the total number of teachers in the school.

In terms of seniority of teachers, the data are as follows:
∎ Teachers with 0-4 years of experience account for 23% of the total number of teachers in the school.
∎ Teachers with 5-9 years of experience account for 26% of the total number of teachers in the school.
∎ Teachers with 10 or more years of experience account for 51% of the total number of teachers in the school.

These data show that AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College has an experienced team of teachers with diverse academic and professional training. more than half of teachers hold master's, doctoral or above degrees, which will help to provide more in-depth and professional educational content. Their PGCE and BA guarantee they have a good foundation in teaching. In addition, most of teachers have rich teaching experience, and 51% of teachers have 10 or more years of seniority. This means that they have accumulated rich experience and professional knowledge in the teaching field, and can better guide and support the growth of students.These teacher profiles reflect that AD&FD POHL Leung Sing Tak College has a team of strong and experienced teachers who provide a high quality education to their students.

Subjects offered in the 2022-2023 school year

Form 1 to Form 3:
Chinese as the medium of instruction:Chinese Language, Chinese History, Life and Society, Geography, History, Visual Arts, Design & Technology, Music, Home Economics, Physical Education, Putonghua and Computer Literacy
English as the medium of instruction:English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science (S.1 & S.2) and Integrated Science (S.3: Physics, Chemistry & Biology)

Form 4 to Form 6:
Chinese as the medium of instruction:Chinese Language, Chinese Literature, Chinese History, Geography, History, Economics, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies, Citizenship and Social Development (S.4, S.5), Liberal Studies (S.6), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Information and Communication Technology, Physical Education and Visual Arts
English as the medium of instruction:English Language, Mathematics, Mathematics Extended Part Module 2 (Algebra and Calculus), Geography, Economics, Business, Accounting and Financial Studies, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Subjects proposed for the 2023-2024 school year

Form 1 to Form 3:
Chinese as the medium of instruction:Chinese Language, Chinese History, Life and Society, Geography, History, Visual Arts, Design & Technology, Music, Home Economics, Physical Education, Putonghua and Computer Literacy
English as the medium of instruction:English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science (S.1 & S.2) and Integrated Science (S.3: Physics, Chemistry & Biology)

Form 4 to Form 6:
Chinese as the medium of instruction:Chinese Language, Chinese Literature, Chinese History, Geography, History, Economics, Business, Accounting & Financial Studies, Citizenship and Social Development, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Information and Communication Technology, Physical Education and Visual Arts
English as the medium of instruction:English Language, Mathematics, Mathematics Extended Part Module 2 (Algebra and Calculus), Geography, Economics, Business, Accounting & Financial Studies, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

School Facilities (for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs)

Thirty-one classrooms, four laboratories, one artificial intelligence laboratory, two computer laboreatoies, library, Art room, Music room, Home Economics room, Geography room, Student Activity room, Conference room, Discipline room, Counseling room, Interview room, Lecture Theatre, Multi-purpose area, Campus studio, etc. All rooms are air-conditioned with "Fiber to classroom" network. Recently, the school's servers, computers, tablets and classroom facilities are upgraded.
Last year, the hall is refurbished, and an audio control room is added in the hall. Two discussion rooms are added in the library and an English Cafe is newly opened.
Our school aims to provide high quality teaching facilities to fulfill the current and future needs of our students.

Ramp, Accessible lift and Accessible toilet.

School Characteristics

School Management

School's Major Concerns:
1. Promoting diversity learning, boosting learning effectiveness.
2. Cultivating reading habit, broadening boundless horizons.
3. Enhancing responsibility, strengthening morality.

School Management Organisation:
Incorporated Management Committee-The School Supervisor-The Principal-Administrative Committee-Subject Chairpersons-teachers. IMC sets the school's directions and supervises school's operations while the Principal leads the daily affairs of the school. Vice Principals and subject Chairpersons help with coordination.

Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee / Management Committee:
The incorporated Management Committee of our school was established in 2007. It is formed by representatives of school sponsoring bodies, Principal, teachers, parents, Alumni and an independent person.

School Green Policy:
Our school is located next to Shing Mun Valley. With such a tranquil environment full of fresh air, we educate our students to practice conserving the environment by turning on the air-conditioners only when the temperature reaches 27℃ or 26℃ with the humidity level of 90% or above. In response to the Municipal Solid Waste Charging policy, we implement waste separation in our school campus in order to promote environmental protection.


Learning and Teaching Plan

Whole-school Language Policy:
Our school places great emphasis on Bi-literacy and Tri-lingualism. S.1 - S.3 Mathematics, Integrated Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology are taught in English, as a strategy of English Enhancement. One class in each form of junior secondary has Chinese Language taught in Putonghua. For S.4 and above, the M.O.I. is either Chinese or English, contingent on students' ability and wish. Small class teaching is adopted according to students’ needs and ability in order to increase the interaction between students and teachers. Gifted students have to attend Elite Class to further raise their English standard. Owing to the change of the Medium of Instruction, we arranged English Bridging Course for Secondary 1 students in Summer holiday. To promote and strengthen English speaking in school, a native English teacher (NET) is employed and an English Cafe is set up. Our school has joined Overseas Exchange Programme organized by AFS International Exchanges. One foreign student is arranged to study in our school every year. Also, students are exposed to more opportunities to enhance their English by joining Best English Speaker Award Scheme, English Day, English Fun Fair and delivering English speeches in morning assembly.

Learning and Teaching Strategies:
Our school encourages whole-person development and helps students develop their potentials. Every year, each subject sets the teaching plan, tailors and revises the curriculum based on students' ability. Our teachers have high expectations of students and are willing to shoulder responsibilities, so they adopt different pedagogical methods to ensure students learn effectively. The strategies include:
1. Emphasis on perseverance in learning;
2. Emphasis on self-directed learning including lesson preparation and extended activity;
3. Emphasis on high-order thinking and require students to think in multiple perspectives;
4. Enhancement of English learning environment by employing more English teachers;
5. To promote STEM education, cross-curricular project is promoted among science subjects;
6. Chinese/English extensive reading schemes;
7. Publication of Chinese Anthology, English Anthology and School Magazine;
8. Project-based learning to train students' generic skills;
9. Small group teaching; and
10.Promote e-learning by "Bring Your Own Device"(BYOD) scheme to enhance students' self-learning ability.

School-based curriculum:
1. Electives: 2X and 3X. Senior-form students may select two to three elective subjects, joint-schools program and Applied learning subjects.
2. Curriculum highlights: S.1 - S.3 Mathematics, Integrated Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology are taught in English; streaming; small-class teaching for slow learners. Senior form students have to take 4 core subjects together with 11 elective subjects and extended part II of Mathematics for students to choose and some subjects have both Chinese and English as the Medium of Instruction. Details can be found on our school website.

Development of the Four Key Tasks:
We place emphasize on moral education, so moral messages are conveyed to students in assembly. In line with it, teachers of Citizenship and Social Development subject try to cultivate students to become informed and responsible citizen with a sense of national identity and global perspective. Our school has Morning Reading Scheme for students to share reading experiences with their classmates. To encourage reading, school library organizes activities such as reading award scheme, book report competition and rewriting stories competition. Secondary 1 students will attend library lessons to enhance their skill of information searching. Each subject requires students to do project learning depending on the needs of the classes to develop students' generic skills. All classrooms have equipped with a computer, interactive electronic whiteboard and wireless network for teachers to conduct electronic teaching effectively. At the same time, our school has adopted e-learning system, teaching and learning can be conducted through Intranet. This year, e-learning is conducted in all subjects in order to strengthen interactive teaching and learning. In order to cultivate students' ability of "learning to learn", our school promotes self regulated learning(SRL). By arranging a SRL lesson for Secondary 1 and 2 students, we provide space for students to undergo self-learning and establish students' self-learning habits.

Life Planning Education:
Please refer to the "Others" field.


Student Support

Whole School Approach to Catering for Learner Diversity:
Streaming; small-class teaching in Chinese, English and Mathematics; after-school enrichment and remedial courses; after-school tutorial classes for S.5 to S.6 to strengthen their capacity to cope with exams so as to raise academic achievement. The school advocates whole-school participation so the discipline and counseling teams cooperate together in nurturing students' overall development. We also aim to create a caring and harmonious campus culture and help students establish good relationships between: student-student and teacher-student respectively. With the policy of allocating two class teachers to each class, we hope to provide better caring for our students.

Whole School Approach to Integrated Education:
Our student support team includes Special Educational Needs Coordinator and Special Educational Needs Support Teachers. SENCO leads the student support team and assists the school principal and the vice-principals in planning, coordinating and implementing the Whole School Approach to Integrated Education in order to further cultivate an inclusive school culture and enhance the effectiveness of the support given to students with special educational needs. We arrange SEN support teachers to take responsibilities for teaching and co-teaching those students which have different educational needs. We also help to design teaching materials to facilitate learning for students. We assist students with special educational needs by the measures including the adjustment in teaching and assessments, peer counselling, social skills training workshops and speech therapy etc. We arrange regular meetings with class teachers, latest update and close communication between class teachers and parents and home-school cooperation to cater for students' diverse needs. We give Summary of Support of Student to parents to let them know how we support their children by means.

Educational Support for Non-Chinese Speaking Students:

Measures to provide adaptation for Learning and Assessment:
There are two uniform tests and exams each year. Students' overall academic performance is assessed through daily marks, uniform tests and examinations. Daily marks comprise assignments, quizzes and performance in lessons. We stipulate that each uniform test or exam paper consists of 30% high-order thinking questions.


Home-School Co-operation and School Ethos

Home-School Co-operation:
In the past years, parents have worked closely with the school. Since 2005, parent has been a member of the IMC, assisting with the policy formulation and management of the school. Parents' active participation has been a propelling and supporting force of school improvement.

School Ethos:
We value a pragmatic and simple school ethos, nurturing students to become morally and culturally sound youth. Through discipline, counseling, moral, civic and health education provisions, we develop our students' self-discipline, positive attitudes and values. We place much emphasis on after-school support for students in need to ensure top priority be given to their academic and personality development. To cater for students' needs and provide a safe and tranquil study environment for students, our school’s senior teachers stay on the premises until 7 p.m.


Future Development

School Development Plan:
Our school continues to place emphasis on strengthening moral education and intellectual development while catering for students' needs and self-development. We also aim to help students maximize their potential. The school's approach is to promote gifted children and cater for student diversity, so we adopt methods to enhance the intellectual potential of the more capable students and catering for wide learning diversity. A information system has been set up to record personal information, interests, strengths and achievement of individuals for the purpose of encouraging continuous learning among students.

Teacher Professional Training and Development:
Teachers in our school practise mutual respect and support. They cooperate with each other and jointly work for students. The school encourages teachers to further study in languages, their own subjects and teaching methodology, so as to serve as role models of lifelong learning for students. It also provides appropriate professional support for teachers in need to enhance their teaching effectiveness, professional ethics and quality.

Life-wide Learning (including Five Essential Learning Experiences to be provided through Key Learning Areas, extra-curricular activities, co-curricular activities, etc.):
There are about 40 co-curricular clubs and societies are set up to offer various activities for students to develop their potential ability in academic, physical, aesthetic and social aspects and lead to whole-person development. Our Athletics Team have enjoyed great renown of being the Champion in boys team for 23 years continuously in Tsuen Wan and Outlying Islands District and our girls team also won the championship for 18 years in Tsuen Wan and Outlying Islands District. In the inter-school cross country competition, our boys won the overall championship and our girls won the first runner-up prize. Our Chinese Orchestra has won the second runner-up prize in the Hong Kong Youth Music Interflows. Every year, many of our students have outstanding performance in various competitions held by the Hong Kong Schools and Music Festival Association.



We aim at serving students of average attainment. With sincere caring and professional teaching, our students mostly could make an obvious progress in learning and graduate with remarkable results. In 2022 DSE, the overall passing rate of our school is 94%, which is higher than that of Hong Kong’s overall passing rate, 87%. The passing rate of 18 subjects, out of 16 subjects, is higher than that of Hong Kong’s average. For Biology, Mathematics Extended Part Module 2, Chinese Literature, BAFS, Geography, ICT, Physical Education and Japanese Language the passing rate is 100%.
The Jupas offer rate is 36%. Including the Jupas and non-Jupas offer, 83% of our students could further their studies in tertiary institutions. In the past few years, our students attained outstanding results, with two subjects at 5** Level and 3 subjects at 5* Level, in the HKDSE. Two of our graduates attained 8As in HKCEE and one attainted 4As in HKALE before.

"Life Planning Education"
Preparing students for life planning, our school works hand in hand with different organizations including YMCA, Hong Kong Family Welfare Society, HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre, as well as Employees Retraining Board to assist Form 1 to 6 students in strengthening their self-awareness based on different themes. Moreover, it helps cultivate their good character for contributing to society in future.
Secondary 1 and 2 students:
1. to strengthen students' self-awareness and understanding through different activities.
2. to help students establish basic skills for career development (Highlights: interpersonal and cooperative skills).
Secondary 3 and 4 students:
1. to raise students' awareness about the workplace;
2. to enhance students' learning skills and help them acquire professional skills;
3. to strengthen students' understanding on different study pathways;
4. to establish students' career development skills (Highlights: study skills, goal setting).
Secondary 5 and 6 students:
1. to increase students' understanding on the real world;
2. to establish decision-making capacity and practical career skills (such as interviewing and time management skills);
3. to help students figure out their occupational interests and thus set academic and life goals.

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