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"C-for- Chinese@JC" Project

"C-for- Chinese@JC" Project

Background and Objectives

“C-for-Chinese@JC” Project is created and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, co-created by Hong Kong Christian Service, HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre, The Education University of Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Since its launch in 2016, the Project has adopted a "home-school-community" collaborative model to foster and create culturally responsive education for kindergartens, pleasurable and meaningful learning environment in improving the Non-Chinese speaking (NCS) Ethnic Minorities (EM) students for Chinese proficiency and Chinese students for social competence.

Building on past learnings, Phase II of the Project commending in 2022 bids to support kindergarten with a set of "Culturally Responsive Education Benchmarks". This practical framework aims to enhance the Chinese learning and social-emotional competence of both NCS EM and Chinese students; as well as their transitions to primary education. By 2026, the Project targets to support 42,000 kindergarten students, including 5,100 NCS EM students and their families.

Service Content

School Level
  • Culturally Responsive Education Benchmarks
  • Professional training for teachers and social workers
  • Culturally Responsive teaching materials
Family Level
  • Parent Academy
  • Training to parents for support children’s learning at home
  • Culturally responsive home learning resources
  • Support to Parents
Community Level
  • Integration activities
  • Culturally responsive service
  • Professional trainings and supports to practitioners from services for EM families

Service Target

  • Non-Chinese kindergarten students and their families who are studying at the networked kindergartens of the project
  • Practitioners from services for EM families

 

Service Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays Closed

Funded By

Project funded by Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

Elderly, Rehabilitation & Community

Elderly, Rehabilitation & Community

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