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Professor Interview: Sharing on the Special Educational Needs of NCS Students

Professor Interview: Sharing on the Special Educational Needs of NCS Students

In our second episode of ‘CWCC’s Interviews with Education Scholars’, Professor Kenneth Sin, the Director of the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education, shares his valuable insight and experiences on how parents of NCS students with special learning needs can help their children. Professor Sin is our Honorary Professional Advisor for supporting student learning and emphasis the importance of home-school co-operation and life planning for Non-Chinese Speaking Students.

Top Tips for NCS Parents Choosing Secondary School

Top Tips for NCS Parents Choosing Secondary School

Our school is organizing an online seminar ‘Top Tips for NCS Parents Choosing Secondary School’ with the Scout Association of Hong Kong – The Friends of Scouting on 5th February 2021. The seminar will provide valuable information on Form 1 admission procedures and will be conducted in English and Urdu. All are welcome! You may refer to the posters for details. Please apply through the link below:

https://forms.gle/eL9KGnyNLKsQgqEKA

Chinese New Year Greeting

Chinese New Year Greeting

We wish you good health and a happy New Year of the Ox! Enjoy the following greeting video produced by the Chinese Department and feel the festive atmosphere of the Chinese New Year!

Alumni Wall

Alumni Wall

Good news! Our Alumni Wall has come alive. We are thankful for the generous donations! Donors who donated $1,000 or more will be listed on the Alumni Wall. We hope “Cheng-chungian” siblings will give generously to create hope for our students. You may browse the following website for details:

https://sites.google.com/cwcc.edu.hk/donation/

School Introduction Video

School Introduction Video

The admission for Discretionary Places of Secondary has now started, and you are welcome to apply to our school. The school attaches great importance to the diverse development of students. In addition to academic performance, it also pays attention to the physical, artistic and spiritual development of students. We therefore organise Activity Education and Life Education in the hopes that students can be supported in academic, physical, and spiritual aspects. Multi-ethnic integration is also one of the highlights of our school. Our students hail from different countries and nationalities. Students subsequently grow and learn in an environment where they can understand different cultures and cultivate values ​​of tolerance and respect.

Online Parent Talk – “How to choose a good secondary school for your children”

Online Parent Talk - “How to choose a good secondary school for your children”

Our school successfully co-organised the online seminar ‘How to Choose a Good Secondary School for Your Children’ with the Caritas Mok Cheung Sui Kun Community Centre and Caritas Community Centre – Aberdeen on 7th January 2021. Conducted in both English and Urdu, our seminar provided valuable information about the Form 1 admission procedures. Our Vice Principal kicked off the session with a detailed presentation on the procedures for the secondary one admission. Our teachers and students also shared a lot about their current campus life. At the end, they answered questions raised by the non-Chinese speaking parents one-by-one, providing more details and information for their children’s future education. We would like to thank Mr. Fredie Hung for helping us promote this seminar. If you are interested in enrolling in our school, you are welcome to contact us at 2817 2318 or WhatsApp 6085 2373.

Professor Interview: Sharing on NCS learning Chinese Langange

Professor Interview: Sharing on NCS learning Chinese Language

We have invited Dr. Ka Yee Elizabeth Loh, the Assistant Dean (Knowledge Exchange) and the Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Education (HKU), to share the tips to Non-Chinese Speaking students about Chinese language learning. The interview has been uploaded to our Youtube channel. Dr. Loh talked about the importance of learning Chinese for non-Chinese speaking students living in Hong Kong. She pointed out that non-Chinese speaking students have a certain degree of difficulty in learning Chinese; but teachers can use lively and interesting teaching methods that are in parallel with activities. The curriculum design is also inseparable from their life experience. We should encourage students to participate more actively in the classroom. The school’s support and the parents’ trust help students feel that learning Chinese is a pleasure.

Admission

Admission

The application for S1 Discretionary Places has started. You are cordially invited to recommend Caritas Wu Cheng Chung Secondary School (CWCC) to students and parents. CWCC has been developing positively in recent years. Equipped with modern facilities and rich English learning environment, graduates here are all attaining their greatest achievements. Application forms are available at https://www.cwcc.edu.hk/?page_id=4082&lang=en. For enquiries, please WhatsApp at 6085 2373.