All programmes will be conducted in Cantonese except where specified.
The main objective of the “School Culture Day Scheme” (the Scheme) is to encourage students to visit our performing arts venues, museums and libraries during school hours in the school year to take part in cultural programmes specifically designed for them. It is hoped that through the Scheme, students would be encouraged to cultivate and creative mind and regard arts, history and science as part of their learning process and an integral part of everyday life. Apart from stimulating the creative thinking of students, it is hoped that the elements of arts, history and science in these programmes may be integrated into school context and daily life. Ideally, it is expected that each student under the Scheme would have participated at least once in these cultural activities within the school year.
Performing Arts Activities:
Since these activities are targeted at students of P.1 to S.3 (except programmes by Zuni Icosahedron, “Music DJ @ School” Music Workshop by Music Office and Film Programme Office), applications in relation to this age group will enjoy higher priority for consideration. (For S.4 to S.6 students, Leisure and Cultural Services Department encourages them to participate in the 2012/13 "Art Experience Scheme for Senior Secondary Students".)
Museum and Visual Arts, Library Activities:
P.1 - S.6 students.
A quota is set for each activity. If the total number of students enrolling in an activity under the scheme from the applicant schools exceeds the quota, places will be allocated by computer ballot, taking into consideration the following factors:
|i)||Priority will be given to applicant schools which have never participated in the scheme.|
|ii)||For applicant schools which have previously participated in the scheme, their order of priority will be determined by factors such as the records of their last participation, including the year of participation, the rate of student participation, the students’ actual attendance rate, and record of cancellation or absence. The allocation of places will then be determined by computer ballot according to their order of priority.|
All programmes are free, except those specified, such as events staged by Jumbo Kids Theatre, Ming Ri Institute for Arts Education, “Let Dreams Fly” by Mui Kwong-Chiu, Fantasy Puppet Theatre, Hong Kong 3 Arts Musical Institute, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Theatre Space, Film Programme Office and film shows of the Hong Kong Film Archive.
The application form is attached in the brochure. It may also be downloaded from here or obtained from the following office by mail, by fax for in person:
Audience Building Office, Leisure and Cultural Services Department
|Address:||Podium, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon|
|Fax:||3528 0890 / 2370 8295|
The completed form should be returned to the above office by mail or fax before 6pm on 11 June 2012. Applications submitted by post should be in an envelope marked “School Culture Day Scheme” and postmarked no later than the deadline. Please do not send the application form by post if it has already been submitted by fax.
|Schools located at Hong Kong Island:||2268 7282 (Ms. Nancy Kwok)|
|Schools located at Kowloon:||2268 7268 (Ms. Wenny Leung)|
| Schools located at the New Territories
and outlying Islands:
|2268 7267 (Ms. Joanne Chu)|
The contents of programmes do not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
The attached programme information is for reference only. Selected schools will receive programme updates in due course.
During the period of the scheme, participating schools will be notified of any additional programmes.