Student Learning Profile (SLP)
SLP is a summary presentation of what a student participates and achieves, in terms of their whole-person development during the senior secondary years. It aims to demonstrate and recognize the whole-person development of all students as well as facilitate them to reflect on their on-going experiences and set goals. Hence, every student should be encouraged to build an SLP. Schools would have sole discretion over the design and implementation of their SLPs while they could also adapt the SLP module of WebSAMS and its templates provided by the Bureau (see http://www.edb.gov.hk/cd/slp). Generally speaking, schools should assist students in creating this profile, building on existing practices and adopting school-based implementation plan. The content of an SLP may include brief information on:
SLP is a learning tool to facilitate the development of student reflection on their personal development. It is also a summary which demonstrates students’ personal qualities and serves as evidence of their whole-person development. Up to August 2014, apart from JUPAS, 30 non-JUPAS post-secondary institutions, 75 Mainland higher education institutions and over 100 overseas education organisations have accepted SLP as a reference document to examine applicants' whole-person development.
This website is established to help teachers plan the school-based OLE and SLP under the NSS curriculum. Building on the existing school practices, teachers could make use of the school examples and community resources as reference to consider how OLE and SLP could be implemented in an effective way. The copyright of the resources hosted in this website is co-owned by EDB and the organisations concerned. Schools could download the materials for learning and teaching (non-commercial and non-profit-making) and reference purpose. For enquiry, please contact us on 2892 6242.