Congratulations to 6B TEHBEER RASOOL on being awarded the Extra-curricular Activities Outstanding Prize by HK ECA Masters’ Association Limited. She was SU President last year with excellent leadership!
By joining the “Project SYNERGY - Join Hands To Fight Crime Rugby Training Programme” organized by Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) and Police Force, our students get to know more about rugby. They are having great fun to learn rugby as instructed by professional coaches from HKRU.
Advent Praying Assembly & Christmas Party
We are so glad to have Rev. David Tristianto officiating the Advent Praying Meeting. It’s such a great fun to join the Christmas Party organized by Student Union!
Future Stars Upward Mobility Scholarship Ceremony
5A Chui Tsz Ying and 6A Kam Chun Ho have been awarded the “Future Stars Upward Mobility Scholarship”. It is a scholarship scheme implemented by the Commission on Poverty (CoP) and co-ordinated with the assistance of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS), with the aim of assisting youths from less privileged backgrounds in enhancing their ability to move upwards socially.
Gingerbread Cookies Making
The English Ambassadors led our S1 students to make gingerbread cookies as a celebration for Christmas.
The 8th ‘Wu Cheng-chung Cup’
Primary School Basketball Competition
The eighth “Wu Cheng-chung Cup” Primary School Basketball Competition was held on 18th December. Primary schools across the territory participated actively in the tournament. The inter-school championship was organized to inculcate the culture of team work, develop students’ lateral thinking and athletic spirit through physical education.
The results of the Cups are as follows: For the Silver Cup Competition, the third runner-up went to Buddhist Wong Cheuk Um Primary School, the second runner-up Sharon Lutheran School, the first runner-up Hennessy Road Government Primary School and the champion Chiu Sheung School, Hong Kong. For the Gold Cup Competition, the third runner-up went to Po Leung Kuk Chee Jing Yin Primary School, the second runner-up Canossa School (Hong Kong), the first runner-up Fresh Fish Trader School and the champion Salesian School.
All the visitors had a great time exploring the purpose-built learning environment at the school. The guests were hugely impressed by the sprawling campus and the numerous facilities offered by school, not to mention the stunning views around it. The competition, amidst all fun and frolic, concluded on a happy note with roars of applause from the audience.
Learning & Teaching Expo 2019
Our school students shared the STEAM project at the Learning and Teaching Expo 2019. The Under Secretary for Education, Dr Choi Yuk-lin is very interested in our school’s exhibition. One of the students, Harry, was presenting the details of the project to her.