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Reading Programmes

RP is a school-wide programme for P1 to P6.  It aims to:

· instill a love of reading with the ultimate aim of cultivating a reading culture, and

· support pupils in acquiring a firm foundation in reading and comprehension skills critical to their attainment of academic excellence.

RP comprises: Instructional Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Reward, and Learning Centre, as illustrated in the diagram below.


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Instructional Reading: Lessons are conducted by the English-Language Subject Teachers during English - Language lessons.  

Through phonics instruction and sight-word recognition, Primary 1 and 2 pupils are guided to read graded readers. 

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Primary 3 to 6 pupils are exposed to a variety of vocabulary and comprehension skills through novels specially selected for each ability. 

Guided Reading: For each term break, pupils are issued books to read as part of their English-Language holiday assignment. These books are selected for their literacy and moral value and aim to promote a good reading habit.

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Reading Reward: This system recognises pupils’ efforts as they read a certain number of books. Pupils receive tokens such as stationery and certificates according to the Token Redemption Chart printed in their “My Reading Record” booklets.

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Special awards are also given to:

·  Top Pupil Borrowers

·  Top Class Borrowers

Learning Centre: A variety of activities from Book Promotion to Library Visit provide pupils with a fun and rich reading experience.  Some useful services provided include SMS Alert Service (for Overdue Items), OPAC (for searching the library catalogue) and School Library Cards for Primary 1 pupils.