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“Bi-literacy and Tri-linguicism” Elites Competition

The 15th Hong Kong Secondary School “Bi-literacy and Tri-linguicism” Elites Competition organized by the Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island West and the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers was completed between January and April 2018. After the preliminary, semi-final and final competitions, the outstanding Chinese writing of S4A SO Fung-chi was recommended by the judges and awarded the best Chinese article. The organizers have compiled all the good works for a book and a conference was [......]


Social Enterprises Experience Day

As an enrichment for Humanities Days and the topic of Quality of Life in Liberal Studies, the Liberal Studies Panel has held the Social Enterprises Experience Day for the whole form of S4 students. Led by our Liberal Studies teachers, students were divided into 4 groups to visit 4 social enterprises (Ground Work, Community Development Alliance, We Do Global and Ginko House) in 4 districts (Wan Chai, Sham Shui Po, Yuen Long and Yau Ma Tei), for local guided tour or observing the operations of soc [......]


Water Speaks – Video Production Training Camp

Four S3 students were selected by the Liberal Studies to join the “Water Speaks – Video Production Training Camp” under the “Cherish Water Ambassador Scheme”. From the sharing of professionals about cherishing water and directors about production, as well as the cherish water experience activities, students learnt more about water resources and video production.

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Visit tour to City Gallery

To enrich students’ knowledge on Hong Kong’s economic development in the subject of Life and Society, our school has arranged a visit tour to City Gallery on 11 January this year for all S2 students. With the introduction by the guides, students learnt more about urban planning and the future development of infrastructures in Hong Kong.

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Wofoo Millennium Entrepreneurship Programme

Six S4 students from our school have been recommended by the Business, Accounting and Financial Studies and Liberal Studies panels to join the Wofoo Millennium Entrepreneurship Programme (MEP XIX) this year. They took part in the kick-off ceremony and started the journey of foretasting entrepreneurship. With the theme “Revitalization of Historical Building” this year, the 6 students have joined a workshop at the Warehouse Teenage Club, the Heritage Revitalization Partner, to get inspiration for [......]


Humanities Days

The Liberal Studies panel organised the Humanities Days. There were game booths during lunch and a talk on urban planning in Hong Kong at the assembly. Students enjoyed learning about the humanities subjects through participating in these events.

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Visiting True Light Villa Day Care Centre for the Elderly

As Lunar New Year is approaching, our school’s Religious Committee and National and Social Care Committee have jointly organised a visit to True Light Villa Day Care Centre for the Elderly to show them our love and care, and to give them a festive atmosphere. Besides hymn sharing, games and chatting with the elderly, we have also brought them a lot of gifts which were sponsored by the project ‘Heart to Heart Schools’ of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups and ‘Hong Kong Citizen, Hong Kong H [......]


Visiting CNY Fair with ethnic minorities

In order to enhance the understanding of the Chinese culture among the primary pupils from ethnic minorities and their families and promote social integration and harmony, our National and Social Care Ambassadors led the students and parents of Kadoorie Government Primary School to the Victoria Park Lunar New Year Fair on January 31 and February 2. The primary school students were also arranged to have an experience of selling goods at our school’s fair stall to learn Cantonese. They all had gre [......]


School clean-up activity

Following the Chinese tradition to clean up our home on the 28th day of the 12th lunar month, we organised a school clean-up activity before the Lunar New Year holidays. Under the leadership of class teachers and cleaning patrol team, all students worked very hard to clean every corner of the campus, showing their sense of responsibility and team spirit.

To facilitate the cleaning work and to add the festive atmosphere, the Student Union also held a causal wear day and raised funds for Orbis.

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Vienna Music Tour 2019 members enjoyed Vienna Boys’ Choir show

To celebrate the 70th Anniversary, Kowloon True Light School will jointly organise a music tour to Vienna with our primary and kindergarten sections in June 2019. All tour members gathered and enjoyed a performance by a famous Vienna Boys’ Choir on February 3rd to experience the music culture and history of Vienna.