Highlights

Joint section staff development workshop

A joint section staff development workshop of the primary and secondary sections was held on 21/8. We invited Professor Lau Kit Ling from CUHK, who is one of the leading researchers of self regulated learning in Hong Kong. She gave us a sharing about her studies. Afterwards, teachers of different KLAs discussed and shared their challenges and strategies in developing self-directed learners. The workshop was valuable in providing insight for the implementation of self regulated learning in the co [......]


Winning in Teen Time: Broadcasting Series

A group of our S3 students became one of the 3 winning teams of RTHK 3’s “Teen Time: Broadcasting Workshop Series 18/19”. They developed a programme called “Off The Grid” from scratch, including the script, voice talents, and all the editing work. As a winning team, they had program hostess Ms Alyson Hau visit them at the school campus where a workshop took place. They were then invited to RTHK where they remade their recording with top-notch facilities at RTHK and the advice from Ms Hau.

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The 10th National Leadership For High School Students Assembly

Our school team received the First Place Award in the first round with “Kowloon True Light Multifaceted Service 2.0”, which was developed based on the project last year. Students were encouraged to develop a creative mind so as to come up with ideas to serve children of various backgrounds and traits in the community. A total of 165 hours of service activities were hosted, which was a result of their endeavour in exploring their strengths and making use of their networking.

In the second round, [......]


KTLS DSE 2019 Result

We are tremendously proud to announce that our students’ result this year is very gratifying. Overall speaking, the 33222 attainment percentage is 88%. In 8 subjects, students have achieved better than the Hong Kong average at level 5 or above. One student took Japanese Language as an extra subject and got a grade ‘A’ in the Cambridge International Examination (CIE). In Chinese Language, the credit rate (level 4 or above) is 62% while in Liberal Studies it reaches 67%; as for English, the rate i [......]


The Second Chinese Literature Award

S5D PANG Ching-yee was awarded a merit in the second Chinese Literature Award held by the Chinese Language Department of Hang Seng University of Hong Kong. Ching-yee’s work ‘The Love of Santa Claus’ entered the competition titled “A Kind of Non-existent Thing” and it will be published in literary magazines.


The Vivid World of Chinese Characters’ Exhibition

The Chinese character culture has a long history and is closely related to our life. On July 2, the Chinese Language Department arranged a visit to ‘The Vivid World of Chinese Characters: From the Origin to the Future’ Exhibition at Jao Tsung-I Academy for 25 Secondary 1 to Secondary 2 students. Students were able to understand the origins of the 100 family names, the characteristics of the characters and the evolution of Chinese characters, etc. Students were also involved in the “Chinese [......]


2019 Name list for Pre-S.1 successful candidate


A Visit to Hong Kong Public Records Office (PRO)

To arouse students’ interest in history, S4 History students had a visit to the Hong Kong Public Records Office (PRO) on 2 July 2019. Students were able to understand more about the work on records management and preservation of archival collections in the HKSAR government.


The Sound of Pearl Wien & Salzburg 2019 Music Tour

Little ones Big dreams: The Sound of Pearl echoes in Vienna and Salzburg

“The voice of angels! How beautiful!”, a French couple were so moved by the True Light girls’ singing Vivaldi’s Gloria & Laudamus Te at Vienna’s Peterskirche. Altogether 41 girls, 21 Primary and 20 Secondary, went on the tour from 24th June to 3rd July 2019 to share music with people they meet.

At Salzburg Cathedral, an English teacher from England could not believe he had heard Purcell’s Sound the Trumpet from two Hon [......]


“Mock Trial Justice Education” Prize-giving Ceremony

On June 29th, Principal Lee, Vice-Principal Ms Law Chor Wan, teacher-in-charge Ms Cheung Man and a group of students of the Mock Trial team attended the “Mock Trial Justice Education” prize-giving ceremony.

The objective of the “”Mock Trial Justice Education”” programme organised by the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong is to inspire young people to examine the meaning of the rule of law from different perspectives, hone their critical thinking and mor [......]