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Emergency Weather Warning Procedures Lam Tin and Kwun Tong Campuses

As a school, we are bound to follow the regulations, ordinances and directives of the Education Bureau (EDB) of Hong Kong. In all cases, we will abide by the warnings as required by the Hong Kong Government and as issued through the Hong Kong Observatory.

When there are Typhoon Signals and Rainstorm warnings, the Education Bureau makes a decision on such mornings at 6:00 am and issues this information to the media. If the school is to be closed, we will post a notice on the school website and issue the information by all possible means. Please make sure your helpers are aware of these procedures. 

If the signal is raised before school starts, the following procedures will operate:  

Typhoon Signal Number 1  

All classes operate normally  

Typhoon Signal Number 3  

All classes operate normally unless advised otherwise 

Typhoon Signal Number 8 or above  

Campus is closed to children. Virtual school will be provided online.

Amber Rainstorm  

All classes operate normally  

Red Rainstorm  

Campus is closed to children. Virtual school will be provided online.

Black Rainstorm  

Campus is closed to children. Virtual school will be provided online.

If the signal is raised during school hours, the following procedures will operate: 


Typhoon Signal Number 1 or 3 

All classes operate normally with the usual dismissal times (including extra-curricular activities) unless advised otherwise. 

Typhoon Signal Number 8 or above  

All classes will be dismissed. (Notice of the signal being raised is issued to schools several hours before it is actually hoisted, giving time to make arrangements to get pupils home safely.)  

Amber Rainstorm 

All classes operate normally 

Red or Black Rainstorm  

All classes remain in school until the warning is removed and buses are authorised for safe travel. Parents are free to come and collect your child if it safe for you to do so. 

Radio, television and online announcements are made when schools are closed due to typhoon or red/black rainstorm warnings. If children have already set off for school, we will accept the children who arrive when school is closed. These children will be retained until it is safe for a parent or helper to collect them. 

For information regarding weather conditions, please use the following Hong Kong Observatory website (You can download their app to your smartphone or tablet.) Hong Kong Observatory telephone: 187-8200
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