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  • ESF Message

    Message from Belinda Greer

    Dear Parents This has been an incredible term in our schools. When we came back after Christmas, we were all hopeful that the tide was turning in the City’s fight against the pandemic. We had already seen many of the restrictions relaxed or removed – but we knew that the biggest one was still in place: the requirement for your children and our staff to wear masks during class. I have to tell you that, in all my many years in education, I have rarely seen one decision have such an impact on so many people at the same time. The day that the mask mandate was removed led to one of the biggest explosions of energy in our schools that I have ever known. In these last few weeks, our schools have been hosting so many events. From art shows to sports days – from PYP Exhibitions to the outstanding ESF Evening of Dance that took place in ESF West Island School. It has been incredibly emotional for all of us to see your children so happy as they were once again able to join with their teachers and their fellow students, mask free, to celebrate their friendships and their learning together. This short video HERE will give you a flavour of just how happy, joyous and full of energy this term has been. I know that it is only the start and that we can look forward to many more events in the weeks and months that lie ahead of us. I want to thank you all, from the bottom of my heart, for the way in which you have supported and worked with us during these long years of Covid. The dark days are over and the sun has risen once again. The future for ESF, our schools and, above all, your children is a bright one. Whatever you are doing over the break, I hope that you have a wonderful time. When you come back, recharged and refreshed, you will find us as we always are: raring to go – and ready to make good on our promise to you to help every one of our students be the best that they can be. As always, thanks. Belinda Greer Chief Executive 
    English Schools Foundation 

  • Lost Property

    Lost wallet

    Dear all, Anson Tam lost his red wallet along with HK$100 last Friday, 24th March. It was last seen at the umbrella black table on Friday. If anyone has seen it, please return it to Reception. Many thanks! Jane

    Jane YAO

  • Student Media Team

    Media Team Recruitment

    Dear Students, The STC Media Team is a student-led organisation that reports regularly on school events, activities, and the student body through articles published on the school website and other forms of multimedia. As part of our diversification this year, we are especially looking for people passionate and skilled in multimedia production (video editing, audio editing, photography, etc) in addition to the usual journalists, editors, and designers. We also welcome students from Years 7-9 to apply.  If you are interested in being a part of this, don't hesitate to apply via this form on April 14 at 23:59. Please take a look at a description of the roles and responsibilities attached to each department before writing your application.  Please find the Media Team's past work here. Good luck, and we look forward to reading your application! Best regards,
    The Student Media Team

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • Oculus 2022-2023

    Audition for Live Blind Concert: the sign-up deadline is Friday, 7th April

    Hi! We are the Oculus team of 2022-2023. This year, we will be hosting the first Live Blind Concert in over three years! The aim of this event is to raise awareness regarding visual impairment and the extent to which it impacts the lives of those with it, as well as to appeal to the community through music and creativity in hopes of generating more support for the visually impaired. In addition to the concert, we will be filming and compiling a video for those who cannot make it to the live performances which will then be uploaded onto Youtube.

    The 'blind' aspect of our concert is that audience members will be blindfolded to experience the music, so don't be turned away by the pressure of performing! If you are interested in auditioning, please fill in this form by Friday, 7th of April.

    Any type of music is allowed, you will only be asked to perform around 2 minutes of your chosen pieces for the auditions. Both groups and ensembles are welcome!  Sincerely,
    The Oculus Team 2023

    Guest staff [STC Communications]

  • VOiCE Launch Webinar

    VOiCE webinar is Wednesday 29 March, 1.40-2.10pm. All welcome to join. Please click this URL to join: ...

    https://shatincollege.zoom.us/j/96640991788?pwd=ajhUZTlqMGhLMWlwa2F5NWg1MDE5Zz09 Passcode: 407266

    Lindsay TANDY

  • Used STC Uniform

    Dear Parents/Guardians and Students For the week Monday March 27th - Friday March 31st we will be collecting ...

    your old uniform. Students can put their recycled uniform in the boxes at Reception. Used School Uniform Donations - All categories of STC uniform are welcome (shirts, pants, shorts, skorts, jackets, hoodies, cardigans, pullovers, jumpers). No swimsuits please. - Donated uniform must be clean and freshly washed. - Donated uniform must be in good condition. During the Spring break we will hold second-hand uniform sales, with the money raised going directly to student service learning projects. Used School Uniform Sales - Used school uniforms will be available for sale from 9:30 - 15:30: April 3rd & 4th April 13th & 14th - The price per item of recycled STC uniform, regardless of the category is HK$20 - HK$30. - Please prepare the exact cash payment as change may not be available. - No exchange or refund is possible. - First come first served. Kind regards Sha Tin College - Environment and Sustainability

    Mike CHIU

  • General

    Fee Levels for Academic Year 2023/24

    Dear Parent, The ESF Board met this evening to approve our budget for the coming academic year. Please click here to read a message from our CEO, Belinda Greer.   

  • ESF message

    Invitation to Parent Webinar 2023

    We are delighted to, once again, be able to launch our series of ESF Parent Webinars. Over the next few weeks, we will be bringing you together with panels of experts to learn about - and discuss - issues that impact on our students and their families. Seminars are offered on a first-come, first-served basis - so please do sign up today.

    Seminar One: Healthy Habits for the Tech-Connected Family
    Tuesday, 28 February, 6 - 7 pm
    An informative and practical webinar for families looking at the latest trends and topics in technology and how to get the most out of their devices and time online.
    Register here

    Seminar Two: Supporting Conversations About DEI With Your Child
    Wednesday, 22 March, 6 - 7 pm
    This webinar will provide an introduction to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and highlight the value of nurturing a conversation about this topic at home.
    Register here

    Seminar Three: Becoming a Strategic Learner - Executive Skills
    Wednesday, 26 April, 6 - 7 pm
    The webinar will cover executive functions (EF) and ways in which you can help your child to be a strategic learner. Topics will include task initiation, planning, and time management.
    Register here

    Seminar Four: Pathways to Post-Secondary Education
    Wednesday, 10 May, 6 - 7 pm
    This webinar aims to share observations about how students shine at different developmental stages - and how to nurture them in their growth towards living a happy, successful life.
    Register here

    Seminar Five: Neurodiversity: Including all
    Tuesday, 6 June, 6 - 7 pm
    This webinar will provide a balanced perspective on issues surrounding diagnosis of learning difficulties and developmental disorders such as dyslexia, autism, ADHD and dyscalculia. The webinar will also explore current thinking and psychological research related to learning and mental health diagnoses in the education setting.
    Register here

    If you have any questions, feedback or ideas, please email parentpartnerships@esfcentre.edu.hk.

  • ESF message

    REMINDER: Confirmation of school place and advance fees for 2022/23 – ESF Schools

    To: Parents of ESF primary and secondary schools, and Jockey Club Sarah Roe School Dear Parents Further to our letter in May 2022, please be reminded that advance payment of September’s school fee will be debited to your designated bank account on 1 August 2022. Please ensure that there are sufficient funds in the account. If you have already paid the fee or are exempted from the payment*, please accept our thanks and disregard this reminder. For details, please click here to view the letter. Advance fees for the students in the following year groups next academic year (2022/23) are as follows: Primary Years 2 to 6 HK$11,580 Secondary Years 8 to 11 HK$13,380 Secondary Years 12 to 13 HK$14,070   The advance payment will be used to offset tuition fees for September 2022. If there is a revision of fees in the next academic year, the difference will be payable in September 2022. *The following parents are exempted from making advance payment of September’s fees as school places for their children are already reserved: a parent whose child is currently attending Year 6 and has secured a Year 7 place in any ESF schools for 2022/23; or whose child is newly enrolled to an ESF school to start in August 2022, including those who will attend Year 1 and Year 7; or who is a civil servant and receiving “local education allowance”(LEA) from the HKSAR Government; or who has already paid the Refundable Capital Levy (RCL) of HK$25,000 and the levy is still on account. If you have any questions, please contact us via email: billing@esfcentre.edu.hk   Yours sincerely Billing Section English Schools Foundation