English Experience Program

Highlights

In view of the general consensus that the standard of English is falling behind other cities in Asia, Wall Street English feels that it is now the time to step out and make changes.

As one of the most well established English learning institutes, Wall Street English feels that the best approach to help improve Hong Kong people’s English standard is by creating practice opportunities. In view of this, Wall Street English is now building up a volunteer team comprising of teachers and tutors, to help organizations in need through the provision of English learning scholarships and English experience workshops.

The name of this initiative is English Experience Program and Wall Street English is now looking for English Experience partners.

Learning has no boundary, everyone has the right to learn. Wall Street English is ready to contribute to those who need support, especially those who have financial difficulties and insufficient resources to prepare and equip themselves for the future.

Our first step is to launch the English Experience Program with underprivileged primary & secondary school students so that they can have more chances to practice and improve their English.

English Experience Program

Mission & Vision

We believe in the boundless potential of Hong Kong people, and the program aims to inspire and help young Hong Kong people to improve their English skills so that they can be better equipped for the future.

Our aim is to identify partners who share the same belief and are committed to improving the competitiveness of young Hong Kong people in terms of quality of English Education.

We believe that with ours and our partners’ commitment to strengthening Hong Kong people’s English skills, Hong Kong can become one of the top 10 countries in terms of global competitiveness* in Education in 5 years’ time.

*Remarks: Hong Kong currently rank 13 in terms of global competitiveness on ‘Higher education & training’ with a score 5.5/7.0 in terms of Education Quality. (Singapore tops this index with a score of 6.1/7.0 on ‘quality of education’ & Finland (#2) with a score of 5.8/7.0)   Reference

Speak more, listen more & practice more is the key

Wall Street English believe that to excel in English, there is a need to provide as many practice opportunities as possible. We have designed 4 different ‘experience’ programs, each of them are designed to achieve specific goals:

English Fun Day

English Fun Day, one of the activities under the Outreach Program, is an all-in-one English event consisting of multifarious fun English learning activities, for example, interactive English Morning Assembly, Thanksgiving Karaoke Play Station, Chat café and Carnivals. Teachers and tutors from Wall Street English visit schools to provide service, constructing an amicable total English learning atmosphere.

 

English Ambassadors from Senior Forms Instructing their Schoolmates to Play Moody Moody Game Booth. Group Photo Attractive Gifts at Gift Station. There are altogether 9 booths in Carnivals, which strength students’ different English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing.

 

English Experience Partners

Buddhist Wong Fung Ling College (Causeway Bay) Shatin Methodist College (Sha Tin)
Concordia Lutheran School – North Point (North Point)  Yan Chai Hospital Tung Chi Ying Memorial Secondary School (Sha Tin)
Shau Kei Wan East Government Secondary School (Eastern District) TWGHs Yow Kam Yuen College (Sha Tin)
St. Joan of Arc Secondary School (Eastern District) S.K.H. Lam Kau Mow Secondary School (Sha Tin)
St. Peter’s Secondary School(Southern District) Shatin Pui Ying College (Sha Tin)
The Methodist Church HK Wesley College (Chai Wan) HKCWC Fung Yiu King Memorial Secondary School (Sha Tin)
Buddhist Ho Nam Kam College (Yau Tong) Caritas Ma On Shan Secondary School (Sha Tin)
Church of Christ in China Ming Yin College (Sham Shui Po) Buddhist Kok Kwong Secondary School (Sha Tin)
Concordia Lutheran School  (Sham Shui Po) Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School (Yuen Long) 
St. Mary’s Canossian College (Yau Tsim Mong District) C.C.C. Fong Yun Wah Secondary School (Yuen Long)
ELCHK Lutheran Secondary School ((Yau Tsim Mong District) Buddhist Mau Fung Memorial College (Yuen Long) 
Hong Kong and Kowloon Chiu Chow Public Association Secondary School (Yau Tsim Mong District) Cumberland Presbyterian Church Yao Dao Secondary School (Yuen Long) 
Lai Chack Middle School (Yau Tsim Mong District) Gertrude Simon Lutheran College (Yuen Long) 
Lung Cheung Government Secondary School (Wong Tai Sin) Pak Kau College (Yuen Long) 
Kit Sam Lam Bing Yim Secondary School (Wong Tai Sin) Pok Oi Hospital Tang Pui King Memorial College (Yuen Long) 
Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School (Wong Tai Sin) Pui Shing Catholic Secondary School (Yuen Long) 
Tak Oi Secondary School  (Wong Tai Sin) SPHRC Kung Yik She Secondary School (Yuen Long) 
United Christian College (Kowloon East) (Kwun Tong) Shun Tak Fraternal Association Yung Yau College (Yuen Long) 
Leung Shek Chee College  (Kwun Tong) Yuen Long Catholic Secondary School (Yuen Long) 
Kwun Tong Kung Lok Government Secondary School (Kwun Tong)  Yan Chai Hospital No.2 (Tuen Mun)
S.K.H Kei Hau Secondary School  (Kwun Tong) Wong Shiu Chi Secondary School (Tai Po)
The Hong Kong Taoist Association Ching Chung Secondary School (Kwun Tong) Fanling Lutheran Secondary School (Fanling)
 Yan Chai Hospital Law Chan Chor Si College  (Kowloon Bay) Yan Chai Hospital Lim Por Yen Secondary School (Tsuen Wan)
Yan Chai Hospital Lan Chi Pat Memorial Secondary School  (Tseung Kwan O) HKTA The Yuen Yuen Institute No.1 Secondary School (Kwai Tsing)
Buddhist Wai Yan Memorial College (Island District) Ho Fung College (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen) (Kwai Tsing)
Yan Chai Hospital Wong Wha San Secondary School (Sai Kung) Kwai Chung Methodist College (Kwai Tsing)
HKTA The Yuen Yuen Institute No.3 Secondary School (Sai Kung)  

 

Apply NOW!

Become an English Experience Partner now

Contact us by email jackie.woo@wallstreet.edu.hk or call us at 2308 2913. Our staff will reach you shortly.

There are two types of English Experience Partners:

Co-Partners
1) Your benefits
Any Charities, NGOs & Education institutions are welcome to become our English Experience Partners. We will work with our partners to identify the people who need support in English learning; however, since resources are limited, secondary students are our priority.

2) Your commitment
As our English Experience Partner, you should be as committed as we are in inspiring and equipping young Hong Kong people with better English skills.
We will need your help to promote the program within your organization, identify young people in need of English learning opportunities, and be one of the spokespeople for our program to the public.

Teaching Fellows/Volunteers
Wall Street English welcome all eligible English teachers to become an English Experience Teaching Fellow that will provide support to the underprivileged group of students.

 

Apply NOW!

 

Wall Street English x Red Cross Blood Donation Day

Blood storage has dropped to a dangerously low level due to the pandemic. In view of this, Wall Street English collaborated with Hong Kong Red Cross to host a blood donation day aiming to help those in need. We invited our staff and students to join this meaningful activity, hoping to contribute to our society.

 

 

Wall Street English x 救助兒童會 –
#SaveWithStoriesHK

Wall Street English promoted Save With Stories on social media, shared children stories filmed by teachers and invited participants to vote for the best story video, aiming to drive public awareness about the mission of Save the Children Hong Kong.

兒童故事短片 Save with stories Hong Kong

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Wall Street English x 救助兒童會 –
Save a Plate

Wall Street English promoted Save a Plate on social media, enhance awareness of the impact of malnutrition on children and raise funds to lift struggling children out of hunger across the globe.

 

 

Wall Street English x 救助兒童會 –
#LearnWithUs Storm Glass Workshop

Wall Street English held Storm Glass Workshops at learning centres to raise funds for Save the Children Hong Kong. Despite the postponement due to the pandemic condition, the workshop was popular among public and our students in the promotional period. The workshop will be held when the condition is allowed.