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HKEdCity organises a series of summer award schemes for students, covering Chinese Language, English Language, Maths, Science, General Studies, creative writing and reading. There are prizes for schools and individual students.

Please click here to download Scheme Fact Sheets (PDF)

  • All students are free to join the schemes with their HKEdCity student accounts and get individual student prizes.
  • Teachers can enrol online with their HKEdCity teacher accounts before the scheme enrolment deadlines. Schools that have entered are entitled to win school prizes and receive the latest news about the schemes.

Small Campus Special Rewards

From now till 16 August, take part in summer schemes for primary school students and complete specified tasks to get Small Campus special rewards. Visit the schemes' front pages for more details.
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EdCity 20th Anniversary – eLearning Builder Award

To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of HKEdCity, a special ‘EdCity 20th Anniversary - eLearning Builder Award’ will be awarded to the schools with highest accumulative participation rates in the summer schemes 2020 for students.

The participation rates of each scheme are defined as follows:

Scheme

Primary Schools

Secondary Schools

Participation Rate

Chinese Master 2019/20 (Phase 3)

Number of participating students /
Total number of students

TVNews Award Scheme 2019/20 (Phase 3)

Summer English 2020

 

Summer Science 2020

 

Reading Contract 2019/20 (Phase 3)

Reading Challenge 2019/20

eWorks Award Scheme (Phase 3)

Number of submissions / Total number of students

After adding the above participation rates, the schools with highest accumulative participation rates (1 primary school and 1 secondary school) will be awarded with book vouchers worth $2,000. The results will be announced in September.


Overview

Categories

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  • Primary Primary
  • Secondary Secondary
Students demonstrate their creativity and create their own stories, essays and illustration writing.
Subjects: Chinese
Through news games and exercises, students can learn English, expand vocabulary, train critical thinking skills and raise the awareness of social issues.
Subjects: English, Liberal Studies
Encourage students to read extensively, record their reading progress and share the love of books and reading.
Subjects: Cross-subjects
Through gamified learning, primary school students can read and learn English in the Summer Holidays through interesting topics and a variety of text types.
Subjects: English
Motivate students to acquire knowledge in science, mathematics and general studies with fun games.
Subjects: Maths, General Studies, STEM