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Table 1 Grade and Gender of the respondents by school category

From: Can the concept of Health Promoting Schools help to improve students' health knowledge and practices to combat the challenge of communicable diseases: Case study in Hong Kong?

Primary schools HSA (n = 510) Non-HPS (n = 676)
P.4 165(32.4%) 228 (33.7%)
P.5 168(32.9%) 217 (32.1%)
P.6 177(34.7%) 231 (34.2%)
Boy 242(47.6%) 359 (53.3%)
Girl 266(52.4%) 315 (46.7%)
Secondary schools HSA (n = 789) Non-HPS (n = 725)
S.1 260(33.0%) 217 (29.9%)
S.2 273(34.6%) 260 (35.9%)
S.3 256(32.4%) 248 (34.2%)
Boy 367(46.9%) 308 (42.6%)
Girl 415(53.1%) 415 (57.4%)
  1. (Note: A minority of the students missed filling in their demographic data)
  2. HSA: awarded schools in the HSA Scheme
  3. Non-HPS schools are those not in the HSA scheme and whose teachers did not attend any training in HPS or diplomas