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Guidelines for School Outdoor Learning Activities -
School Guided Visits to Leisure and Cultural Services Department's Facilities

Annex 2


Visits will be cancelled when: -



radio or television announcements are made by the Secretary for Education that all schools are to be closed due to inclement weather conditions (e.g. typhoon or rainstorm);



a tropical cyclone warning signal is issued;



the Red or Black Rainstorm Warning Signal is issued;



a thunderstorm forecast/warning is issued; or



the Environmental Protection Department announces the health risk of the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) reaches "Serious" level in the district where the activities are conducted (AQHI scale of 10+).


School members should arrive at the designated meeting place 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time.


School members may continue their activities at the visited venues (except nurseries) after the guided visits if the venue condition permits.


For visiting the venues, the number of pupils per session ranges from 30 to 45. They should be accompanied by at least 2 teachers during the visits. For visiting the facilities of Hong Kong Park, the number of pupils per session ranges from 20 to 35.


Schools should be responsible for their own transport arrangement and safety measures.


Use of loudspeakers is not allowed to avoid causing disturbance to the visitors and other animals in the parks.


Pupils are encouraged to bring their own drinks in containers to keep the venues clean.


Pupils are advised to wear long trousers and bring along their own caps, raincoats and mosquito repellent spray/cream.


Pupils should not chase around or make excessive noises.


Participating schools should read all relevant regulations as laid down in school circulars in conjunction with the latest ˇ§Guidelines on Outdoor Activitiesˇ¨ issued by the Education Bureau before the visits. Teachers should brief pupils on the objectives of the activities and the regulations / guidelines to be observed.

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