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1. No. of Students Served and No. of Programmes

  

Student served

Notes: (i) Programmes refer to deliverables (e.g. workshops, courses, online programmes etc) & other activities (e.g. external competition, student orientation etc) ; (ii) Year refers to financial year  (i.e. Apr 2013-Mar 2014, Apr 2014-Mar 2015,  Apr 2015-Mar 2016) ; (iii) Figures are on a frequency basis


Summary notes:

A remarkable sharp rise in the number of students served is noted from 2013-14 to 2014-15 and then remains quite stable thereafter. It should be reminded that the student figures are on a frequency basis. A student is counted more than once, if he/ she engaged in more than one programme. 


2. Distribution of Deliverables (e.g.workshop,course) by Programme Area 

Deliverables

Note: Year refers to financial year (i.e. Apr 2013-Mar 2014, Apr 2014-Mar 2015, Apr 2015-Mar 2016) 


Summary notes:

The overall number of deliverables increases steadily. There are three main areas, namely (i) Humanities & Languages, (ii) Sciences, (iii) Mathematics. The distribution pattern amongst various areas remains quite stable across years; while there is a notable increase in the number of deliverables from Personal Growth and Social Development in 2015-16. 


3. No. of Newly Admitted Student Members by Year 

Student members

Notes:  (i) Year refers to financial year (i.e. Apr 2013-Mar 2014, Apr 2014-Mar 2015, Apr 2015-Mar 2016); (ii) Student members refer to full and preliminary student members 


Summary notes:

The overall figure of newly admitted student members shows a steady increase. The figure for newly admitted primary students remains quite stable; while there are prominent increases for that of secondary students after the implementation of a new screening arrangement in 2015. 



	

4. Accumulative no. of Student Members

Accumulative

Notes: (i) Year refers to financial year (i.e. Apr 2013- Mar 2014, Apr 2014-Mar 2015, Apr 2015-Mar 2016); (ii) Student members refer to full and preliminary student members 


Summary notes:

The accumulative stock of student members shows an increasing trend; while its rate of increase remains quite stable.