Flow-STREAM Learning for Schools

Full day innovative life-wide learning through a STREAM approach

600 students and teachers from 9 secondary schools and 4 primary schools joined the Flow – STREAM Learning for Schools programme at Shalowan on 1 & 8 November 2019 (Fri) respectively.  Students & teachers from Primary 1 to Secondary 3 were all fascinated by the journey of exploration and discovery on the theme of water together with professionals from the globally renowned Eden Project (UK) & Hong Kong via  interactive events.  Participating students from Key Stages 1-3  were given specially designed Creative Activity Workbooks which were based on cross-disciplinary & EDB curriculum topics featuring general knowledge & exclusive data on water footprint in Asia, our daily life and tips to reduce water usage.

KS1 Playbook
KS2 Playbook
KS3 Playbook

For Teachers & Students (Primary 1 – Secondary 3)
• Cross disciplinary knowledge
• Life wide learning
• Creative & analytical skills
• Moral & civil-mindedness

STREAM is the school extension of Flow with
• Selected programmes from Flow
• Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development Workshops on-site
• Student Creative Activity Workbook

Following the huge success of Flight in 2018, Flow is a cross-disciplinary outdoor arts & education festival against the natural backdrop of Shalowan Village on Lantau Island.

Discover and explore the theme of water with professionals from the globally-renowned Eden Project (UK) and Hong Kong via interactive events including
• Large-scale visual arts installations
• Live musicand interactive theatre performances
• Arts education through storytelling, workshops, adventure trails and village introduction

Dr. TONG Choi Wai (Education Collaborator)
Project Director, Quality School Improvement Project,
Professional Consultant, Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research, CUHK
The Eden Project (International Education Collaborator)


The Eden Project is an educational charity in Cornwall, UK, with a mission to connect people with living world and each other, leading to a better future for all.Eden welcomes over 50,000 school visitors each year. Expertise in the Eden Project is in developing out-of-school learning experiences which meet the needs of teachers and the curriculum whilst also creating opportunities for students to develop the skills to work collaboratively and creatively towards a better future.
https://www.edenproject.com/

On-site Workshop – Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development
Using life-widelearning & field trips to enhance students’ learningRiding on the Eden Project and AFTEC’s 2018 Living Campus at Shalowan Village as case studies, Eden professionals guided teachers to plan, resource, deliver and follow up field trips to benefit students’ learning across the curriculum.

STREAM Creative Activity WorkbookBased on cross-disciplinary & EDB curriculum topics on water, the environment, individuals, society & humanities.

Includes general knowledge & exclusive data on water footprint in Asia, our daily life and tips to reduce water wastage.

Venue: Shalowan, Northwest Lantau Island
Date: 1 & 8 November 2019 (Friday)
Enquiries: emma@aftec.hk | 2520 1716

The content of this activity does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region


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