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Statistics Figures

Statistics figures based on the IPO (Input-Process-Outcome) framework

Input

I. No. of newly admitted and current student members

menber

Notes: 
  • Year mentioned above refers to school year
  • Student members refer to full and preliminary student members

Summary notes:

The number of full student members shows an increasing trend; while the figure for newly admitted members remains stable for the period from 2018/19 to 2019/20.  It is because preliminary membership is no longer adopted after the implementation of new nomination scheme in 2018/19. 

II. Distribution of nominees by nomination channels

channel

Note: 
  • Year mentioned above refers to school year

Summary notes:

There are three nomination channels, namely: (i) school nomination, (ii) self nomination, and (iii) other channels (e.g. Nurturing the Gifted Scheme). The distribution pattern amongst various channels remains quite stable across years, and the majority of nomination is through school nomination.


Process

I. No. of enrolments and no. of programmes
programme
Notes:
  • Programmes refer to all types of deliverables (e.g. workshops, courses, online programmes etc.); while re-run programmes within a year would be counted as one when compiling the total number of programmes in the year
  • Year mentioned above refers to school year

Summary notes:

The number of enrolments falls slightly within the period concerned; while the number of programmes remains quite stable. 

II. Completion rate 
competion

Notes: 
  • Completion rate: (No. of completion / No. of enrolments) x 100%
  • Figures exclude online programmes and subsidized programmes
  • Year mentioned above refers to school year

Summary notes:

Completion rate remains stable across years, being around 86% or above.

III. Average programme evaluation score (student feedback form)

SFF

Notes:
  • Programme evaluation score: 4-point scale (max =4) adopted in Student Feedback Form 
  • Average programme evaluation score: taking average over evaluation score of each programme concerned  
  • Year mentioned above refers to school year

Summary notes:

Average programme evaluation score is stable and prominently greater than 3.0 throughout the whole period. 


Outcome

I. Average score of satisfaction in various aspects

tracking

Notes:
  • Figures stem from Annual Student Tracking Survey
  • 4-point scale (max =4) adopted
  • Years mentioned above refers to school year

Summary notes:

Average scores of satisfaction with respect to the aspects of Academic, Social Interactions and Personal Growth are quite stable across years, being around 3 throughout the whole period.