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Bus Information




SEN Awareness

The PTA supports the school for special needs educational equipments, school busses, bus management, bus escorts etc. not ordinarily funded by the schools budget. The PTA is totally reliant on parent subscriptions and multiple fund raising opportunities that are heavily invested with mental and physical effort from PTA Committee and volunteer parent members.
The PTA is active in multiple Fund Raising Activities – see EVENTS.
The JCSRS PTA, comprises and seeks active, very hands on, do it properly, independently motivated committee members that can take on tasks to continue to meet the demands and challenges made upon it by the school and its students and their parents.
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John Greene


Vice Chairman
Louis Ma


Minnie Ma


David Dickhudt

PTA Coordinator
LapKee Yau


Committee members:

Megan McCoy, Elaine Ward, Michael Watson, Marcel Sipma, Sandra Lee and Deborah Woodley-Page

The PTA runs a bus service for students serving the most part of Hong Kong. This is a non-fund raising service run for the benefit of the bus users.

Buses are fitted with seat belts for the children’s safety.  We have a Bus Escort who is First Aid trained on each bus to look after our students.

Please note that we cannot offer a door-to-door service for the buses but where possible, taking into consideration safety, efficiency and sufficient number of students, we will try to accommodate your request.

2017/18 bus application form (Primary)

2017/18 bus application form (Secondary)


All students traveling on the school buses (and their parents) should be aware of, and follow, the bus regulations. Please read them with your child.

The bus regulations


See Severe Weather Procedures This gives clear advice on what happens, and what to do, in the event of school closure whilst in session due to an upgrading of the typhoon signal. Advice is also given on the procedures in place for amber / red and black rainstorm warnings.

Please contact Lapkee Yau, our PTA Coordinator, for any at queries at or 2761 9893 (school office).

Please download the school uniform forms at the following links,

Regular Fund Raising Events may include: Jazz Family Festival – two evenings of professional Jazz entertainment performed by Hong Kong’s leading Jazz Artists.

ESF’s Got Musical Talent – an annual event permitting ESF students to showcase their musical abilities to a live audience in a professional venue (Grappa’s Cellar in Central)

Echoes of Erin Feis. An annual international World Irish Dance Association open competition featuring competitors from all around the world.

SEN Awareness opportunities are also sought after at any time of the year at other schools festivals and special events that permit.

Please download the Jazz Fest and the ESF Talent events at the following links,

Jazz Fest – 2015 Day One (DVD)

Jazz Fest – 2015 Day Two (DVD)

Jazz Fest – 2016 Day One (DVD)

Jazz Fest – 2016 Day One (mp4)

Jazz Fest – 2016 Day Two (DVD)

Jazz Fest – 2016 Day Two (mp4)

ESF Talent 2016 (DVD)

ESF Talent 2016 (mp4)

“Jockey Club Sarah Roe School Parent Teachers Association Limited” is a tax exempt charitable organisation registered with the Inland Revenue Department in Hong Kong.
Charitable status may be verified with the Inland Revenue Department by searching or browsing at this link:

Donations can be made to:

Jockey Club Sarah Roe School Parent Teachers Association Limited

Funds can be transferred to:

Account Name:  Jockey Club Sarah Roe School Parent Teachers Association Limited
Account Number:  640-124111-838
Bank Name:  The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd.
Bank Address:  Head Office 1 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong
Bank Code: 004

Request for donation receipt may be made by emailing to:

  • Subject: Charitable Donation Receipt Request
  • Include: A copy of your bank remittance confirmation.
  • Provide:  Full name and address to which the receipt is to be issued and sent.

To coincide with the world autism awareness month of April, the “SEN Awareness” Campaign is promoted through all volunteering ESF schools and as well YES Foundation and Nesbitt Centre.  

SEN Awareness opportunities are also sought after at any time of the year at other schools festivals and special events that permit.  This event is unique in that the funds raised are dedicated for use by any Learning Support Unit within an ESF and ESF associated school.  Funds are raised primarily through the sales of SEN Awareness Rubber Wrist Bands.

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