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Welcome to STAR

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Developed by the EDB, the STAR platform provides quality online assessment materials covering Chinese Language, English Language and Mathematics from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 3. Teachers can make use of the STAR platform, which hosts more than 57 000 assessment items, to create assessment tasks for individual students or classes, instantly obtain the performance of participating students, as well as providing students with timely and quality feedback to enhance learning and plan for follow-up action by making reference to the EDB Web-based Learning and Teaching Support (WLTS) platform. The assessment items are set according to the Basic Competencies (BC) of each Key Stage of learning, and the platform supports tablets, notebooks and desktop computers.

What's new

  • (Updates on 13 July 2020)
    因應教育局在7月10日宣佈全港中小學及幼稚園可按學校實際情況提早放暑假,請按此了解「善用2020全港性系統評估材料」安排的最新詳情
     
  • (Updates on 26 June 2020)
    Acknowledging some schools need more time to fix the assessment schedule for joining the ''Gainful Use of TSA 2020 Materials'', please kindly note that the HKEAA has extended the deadline for reverting the Reply Slip (i.e. Annex 5 of the EDB's Letter to schools on 5 June 2020 referring to the same subject) to 6:00 p.m. 24 July 2020 (Friday).  For any related enquiries, please contact the service hotlines of the HKEAA at 3628 8181.
     
  • 'Gainful Use of TSA 2020 Materials' Online Version
    The Assessment Time Slot Reservation System is open. Please CLICK HERE for detailed operational arrangements.
     
  • During the class suspension period due to the epidemic, 249 Chinese, 156 English and 154 Mathematics preset assessment papers were added for teachers' reference and use. For details, please refer to the video guide of Use the 'Preset Papers'.

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  • EDB released the revised Mathematics Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide (Primary 1 – Secondary 6) and the revised KS1 Mathematics curriculum in 2017. The relevant sets of Basic Competency descriptors have been updated. In response to the above revision, starting from 11 November 2019, teachers can select either Basic Competency (2017) or Basic Competency (2000) as the question coverage when adding new papers.

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