Education Service Provider for Organising English Language Enhancement Programme

To cater for diverse learning needs and foster students’ English language development, we are looking for an education service provider which can run a pull-out English language enhancement programme for senior form students, including but not limited to:

Class A: Form 5 – Form 6 Reading Class (10-15 students)

Class B: Form 5 – Form 6 Writing Class (10-15 students)

Class C: Form 5 – Form 6 Listening Class (10-15 students)


  • Conducting reading, writing and listening workshops for senior form students on campus or on Zoom
  • Designing teaching materials pitched at an appropriate level for student participants in the English language enhancement programme
  • Engaging participants in practising writing in a variety of genres
  • Equipping students with critical reading skills
  • Teaching students how to use active listening techniques in comprehending ideas and attitudes in a variety of spoken texts
  • Empowering students to process information from multiple written sources through the integrated use of different language skills

Information about the Programme

  • Service period: January 2021 – May 2021
  • Number of sessions for each class: 8*
  • Duration of each session: 1.5 hours

*The service provider can offer students more than one class for each language skill. Applicants should specify the number of classes they are planning to hold in the application.

Requirements of Instructors

  • Current undergraduate students
  • 5* or above in HKDSE English Language
  • Native speaker fluency required
  • Creative, energetic and responsible
  • Experience in ESL teaching preferred

Hourly rate commensurate with experience: $300 -- $400

Applicants may be invited to attend interviews.


To apply, please send the CVs of your instructors together with a programme plan providing details about your services and the expected hourly rate to Mr. K. C. Chan, Head of English, St Paul’s College, 69 Bonham Road, Hong Kong or by email: Fax applications will NOT be accepted.

Closing date for application: 4 December 2020

(Personal data collected will be treated in strictest confidence and used for recruitment purpose only.)




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  • 訓練隊員在聽、說、讀、寫以及批判思維的能力;
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  • 曾任職中學辯論隊一年以上;
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Coaching Service for the English Debate Team

To ensure the sustainable development of the English Debate Team, we are looking for a dedicated and committed English debate coaching service provider who can equip our students with essential debating and communication skills for the academic year 2020-2021.


As the debate coach, your role is to:

  • hold weekly practice sessions from 3.45 pm to 5.15 pm;
  • teach team members debating techniques, such as formulating arguments, making rebuttals and critical reasoning;
  • develop debaters’ oracy skills, such as fluency, organisation and language patterns;
  • sustain participants’ interest in the intellectual activity;
  • coach students for external competitions; and
  • assist in organising and adjudicating debate competitions.

Service Period: October 2020 -- April 2021


We require someone who:

  • has extensive experience in local and/or international debating competitions;
  • has a thorough understanding of different debating formats, such as the Local Schools Style, the World Schools Style and the British Parliamentary Style;
  • has preferably debate coaching experience at the secondary school level;
  • is knowledgeable about socioeconomic issues; and
  • displays a high command of the English language.

Hourly rate commensurate with experience: $300 -- $600


To apply, please send the CV of the coach together with details of services you can provide and expected hourly rate to Mr. T. F. Ng at

Closing date for application: 30 June 2020

(Personal data collected will be treated in strictest confidence and used for recruitment purpose only.)

College Chaplain

St. Paul’s College is the oldest Anglican school in Hong Kong (founded in 1851) and widely regarded as a leading school in the education of boys.  The College has a secondary and a primary campus with a total of 1,700 students and 180 staff.  Details of the College may be found on the website at

Please apply with a covering letter and full resume (please provide telephone number) and send it via email to: The Principal,, subject line: College Chaplain.  

(All information received will be used for recruitment purposes only.)

-              Good command of English and Chinese